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|Additional Physical Format:||Print version:
An Introduction to Rural Settlement Planning.
Hoboken : Taylor and Francis, ©2013
|Material Type:||Document, Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Internet Resource, Computer File|
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|ISBN:||9781134693306 1134693303 1306073197 9781306073196|
|Description:||1 online resource (399 pages).|
|Contents:||Cover; An Introduction to Rural Settlement Planning; Title Page; Copyright Page; Original Title Page; Original Copyright Page; Dedication; Table of Contents; List of figures; List of tables; Acknowledgements; Preface; Guide to reading; 1 Introduction; Area and planning precedents; Policy preparation; The written policy; Policy implementation; What actually happens; 2 Change in rural settlements; Definitions; Change --
past and present; Agents of change; Resulting rural conditions; Settlement categorization; 3 Theory and rural settlement planning; A taxonomy of contextual theoretical options. Contextual theory and rural settlement planning: a repriseFormative theories I: a hierarchical settlement pattern; Formative theories II: changing thresholds; Formative theories III: economies of scale; Formative theories IV: growth centres; A note on conservationism and environmentalism; Conclusion; 4 Central government legislation and advice; Why is it important?; The early years; The 1947 planning system; The 1968 planning system; Government inputs to planning --
a concluding note; 5 Development plans and their reviews; Development plans --
the written policies; Development plans reviewed. The achievements of rural development plansContemporary rural planning overseas; 6 Structure-plan policies; Contemporary rural planning attitudes; Policy preparation; Rural settlement policies; 7 Establishing a policy framework; Key settlement policies; Alternative framework policies; Economic evaluation of policy alternatives; Evaluation and rural policy-making; 8 Rural settlement planning in practice; Participant planning agencies; Development control processes; Political involvement in rural settlement planning; Planning and rural people; Resource allocation agencies. 9 Policy implementationThe policy-implementation gap; The concept of implementation; Implementation in current rural settlement planning; Conclusions; 10 Local planning in rural areas; Village plans; The local-plan concept; The content of rural local plans; The effects of local plans; 11 Special cases: the role of designated areas; Rural settlements in designated areas; National parks; Other designated landscape areas; Green belts; Conservation areas; Conclusion; 12 What future?; Current problems and issues: a reprise; Current policy responses and issues: a reprise. Harnessing existing resourcesAttracting new resources; Conclusion; Bibliography; Author index; Subject index.
|Series Title:||Routledge revivals.|