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National-Level Planning in Democratic CountriesAn International Comparison of City and Regional Policy-Making$
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Rachelle Alterman

Print publication date: 2001

Print ISBN-13: 9780853238454

Published to Liverpool Scholarship Online: June 2013

DOI: 10.5949/UPO9781846313639

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National-Level Institutions and Decision-Making Processes for Spatial Planning in the United Kingdom

National-Level Institutions and Decision-Making Processes for Spatial Planning in the United Kingdom

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(p.105) Five National-Level Institutions and Decision-Making Processes for Spatial Planning in the United Kingdom
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National-Level Planning in Democratic Countries
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Malcolm Grant

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Liverpool University Press
DOI:10.5949/liverpool/9780853238454.003.0005

This chapter, which discusses the national-level institutions and decision-making processes for spatial planning in the United Kingdom, describes the relationship between the central government and local government in the conduct of spatial planning. First, it explores the nature of the changes that have occurred in the central government's role in spatial planning in the UK since 1945, and then examines planning concerning national parks, agricultural land, roads and railways, water, and hazardous uses and locally unacceptable land uses. These are examples that demonstrate how key issues in planning are split between national government and other agencies.

Keywords:   national-level institutions, decision-making processes, spatial planning, United Kingdom, national parks, agricultural land, roads, railways, water, land uses

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