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Planning, law and economics : the rules we make for using land
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Éditeur Routledge
Année copyright 2019
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Planning, law and economics : the rules we make for using land
Édition
2nd ed.
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Description
1 vol. (168 p.) : couv. ill. en coul. ; 24 cm
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Notes
Réf. bibliogr. en fin de chapitres. Index
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Classification Dewey
346.045
Résumé
"[This book] sets out a new framework for applying a legal approach to spatial planning, showing how to improve the practice and help achieve its aims. The book covers planning laws, citizens' rights and property rights, asking ‘What rules do we want to make and, where necessary, enforce? And how do we want to apply them in planning practice?' This book sets out, in general and illustrated with concrete examples, how the three types of law mentioned above are unavoidably involved in all types of spatial planning. The book also makes clear that these laws can be combined in different ways, each way a particular approach to the practice of spatial planning (regulative planning, structuring markets, pro-active planning, collaborative planning, etc.). Throughout, the book shows what legal approaches can be taken to spatial planning, and uses a four-part framework to evaluate the effects of choosing such an approach. The spatial planning should be effective, legitimate, morally just and economically sound. In particular the book details why the economic effects for society are important and how spatial planning affects how the economic resources of land and buildings are used."
ISBN
1-138-08555-3
978-1-138-08557-2
1-138-08557-X
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