Table of contents for Town and country planning in the UK / Barry Cullingworth and Vincent Nadin.

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 CONTENTS
List of Figures
List of Tables
List of Boxes
Preface
Barry Cullingworth
List of Acronyms and Abbreviations
CHAPTER 1: THE NATURE OF PLANNING	1
Introduction	1
Conflict and Disputes	2
Planning, the Market and the Development Process	5
Rationality and Comprehensive Planning	7
Incrementalism	11
Implementation	13
The British Planning System in Comparative Perspective	15
Accommodating Change	18
Planning Questions	20
Further Reading	22
CHAPTER 2: THE EVOLUTION OF TOWN AND COUNTRY PLANNING	25
The Public Health Origins	26
The First Planning Act	27
Interwar Legislation	30
The Depressed Areas	32
The Barlow Report	33
The Impact of War	36
The New Planning System	38
The Early Years of The New Planning System	40
More New Towns	44
The Rediscovery of Poverty	45
Land Values	47
Entrepreneurial Planning	48
The Environment	50
Road-Building Policies	51
The Countryside	52
The Blair Government from 1997	53
Whither Planning?	56
Further Reading	57
Notes	59
CHAPTER 3: THE AGENCIES OF PLANNING	60
[A] European Government	61
The Growing Influence of Europe	61
Britain in the Eu	61
The European Council	63
The European Commission	65
The European Parliament	67
The Committee of the Regions	68
The European Courts	68
The Council of Europe	69
[B] Central Government	70
Modernising Government	70
Organisational Responsibilities	72
The Office of the Deputy Prime Minister	73
The Department of Culture, Media and Sport	76
Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs	76
Executive Agencies	77
The Planning Inspectorate	78
Central Government Planning Functions	80
[C] Devolved and Regional Government	85
Devolution to Scotland and Wales	86
The Scottish Executive	87
National Assembly for Wales	88
Northern Ireland Office	89
Towards Regional Government in England?	90
Government Offices in the Regions	93
Regional Development Agencies	95
The Greater London Authority	98
[D] Local Government	100
Reorganising Local Government	101
The English Local Government Review	101
Local Government in Scotland	103
Scottish Local Government and the Scottish Parliament	105
Local Government in Wales	107
Welsh Local Government and the Welsh Assembly	108
Local Government in Northern Ireland	109
Local Strategic Partnerships	110
Managing Planning at the Local Level	112
The Ethical Local Authority	114
Further Reading	116
Notes	120
 
CHAPTER 4 THE FRAMEWORK OF PLANS	126
Introduction	127
A: Supranational Planning	129
The Rationale for Planning at the European Scale	129
EU Cohesion Policy and Regional Policy	130
EU Competences in Spatial Planning	133
The European Spatial Development Perspective	135
The Spatial Planning Approach	137
ESPON	138
Interreg IIc	139
Interreg and Spatial Visions	139
Convergence of European Planning Systems	143
B: National Plans and Policies	144
National Spatial Plans	144
National Policy Statements	150
Regional Spatial Strategies in England	154
C: Development Plans	161
1947: Establishing Development Plans	161
1968: Structure Plans and Local Plans	163
Evaluation of the 1968 Development Plans	165
1985: Unitary Development Plans in England	167
1986: The Future of Development Plans	168
1991: The Plan-Led System	169
2001 Planning Green Paper	170
2004 The Local Development Framework	175
Development Plans In Northern Ireland	180
Development Plans In Scotland	180
Development Plans In Wales	182
The Content of Plans	184
The Statutory Procedures and Management of the Plan Process	188
Zoning Instruments	196
Further Reading	198
Notes	201
CHAPTER 5: THE CONTROL OF DEVELOPMENT	208
The Scope of Control	209
The Definition of Development	210
The Use Classes Order and the General Development Orders	211
Withdrawal of Permitted Development Rights	214
Local Development Orders	215
Special Development Orders	216
The Planning Application Process	217
The Development Plan in The Determination of Planning Applications	219
Other Material Considerations	221
Good Design	222
Amenity	227
Conditional Permissions	228
Fees for Planning Applications	231
Planning Appeals	231
Call-In of Planning Applications	235
Variations in Northern Ireland and Scotland	237
Enforcement of Planning Control	238
Revocation, Modification and Discontinuance	241
Purchase and Blight Notices	242
Development by The Crown, Government Departments and Statutory Undertakers	244
Development by Local Authorities	245
Control of Advertisements	246
Control of Mineral Working	249
Major Infrastructure Projects	251
Caravans	252
Telecommunications	254
Efficiency and Resourcing of Development Control	257
Planning Delivery Grant	261
Further Reading	263
Notes	267
CHAPTER 6 LAND POLICIES	275
The Uthwatt Report	276
The 1947 Act	278
The 1954 Scheme: the Dual Land Market	279
The 1959 Act: the Return to Market Value	280
The Land Commission 1967-71	281
The Conservative Years 1970-74	283
The Community Land Scheme	284
Planning Agreements and Obligations	285
Planning, Affordable Housing and Housing Supply	289
Compulsory Purchase	293
Brownfield, Vacant and Derelict Land	295
Contaminated Land	301
Increasing Densities	303
Household Projections	305
Housing Land Supply: the Barker Review	309
Accommodating Growth: New Settlements	313
Sustainable Communities and Growth Areas	316
The Northern Way	320
Market Renewal Areas	321
Green Belts	322
Town Centres and Shopping	328
Scottish Land Reform	332
Further Reading	333
Notes	339
CHAPTER 7 PLANNING, THE ENVIRONMENT AND SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT	347
The Environment	348
Sustainability	349
Agenda 21 in the Uk	354
Regional Sustainability Frameworks	358
Local Agenda 21	358
Environmental Politics and Institutions	359
The Impact of the EU	362
The Environment Agencies	366
BATNEEC, BPEO, and BPM	367
Integrated Pollution Prevention and Control	368
Penalties for Pollution	369
Economic Instruments of Environmental Policy	370
Local Environment Agency Plans	372
Clean Air	372
The Water Environment	374
Waste Planning	378
Noise	382
Environmental Impact Assessment	384
Strategic Environmental Assessment	386
Further Reading	388
Notes	392
CHAPTER 8 HERITAGE PLANNING	1
Early Actions to Preserve	1
Preservation, Conservation and Heritage	3
Heritage Responsibilities	4
Archaeology	5
Ancient Monuments	6
Listed Buildings	8
Criteria for Listing Historic Buildings	11
Public Participation in Listing	12
Conservation, Market Values and Regeneration	13
Conservation Areas	14
World Heritage Sites	16
Historic Parks and Gardens	17
Churches	18
Funding for Conservation of the Historic Environment	20
Preservation of Trees and Woodlands	21
Tourism	23
The Heritage Review	26
Further Reading	28
Notes	31
CHAPTER 9: PLANNING AND THE COUNTRYSIDE	438
The Changing Countryside	438
Planning Policy and the Countryside	443
The National Parks	450
Landscape Designations	454
Hedgerows	456
Scottish Designations	456
Northern Ireland Designations	459
The Coast	460
Waterways	462
Public Rights of Way	464
Provision for Recreation and Country Parks	468
Countryside Grant Programmes	471
Nature Conservation	474
Biodiversity	477
Forestry	480
Further Reading	483
Notes	486
CHAPTER 10: URBAN POLICIES AND REGENERATION	489
Introduction	489
Inadequate Housing: from Clearance to Renewal	491
Housing Renewal Areas	493
Public Sector Homes: Estate Action	495
Housing Action Trusts	496
Decent Homes For All	497
Scottish Housing	499
The Emphasis on Area Policies	501
The Urban Programme	502
Policy for the Inner Cities and Action for Cities	503
Urban Development Corporations	505
City Challenge	508
English Partnerships	510
Single Regeneration Programme	513
The New Deal for Communities and Neighbourhood Renewal	515
Delivering an Urban Renaissance	517
Urban Regeneration Companies	520
Employment, Training and Enterprise Agencies	524
The European Dimension to Urban Policy	525
Scottish Urban Policies	527
Northern Ireland	530
Evaluation of Urban and Area Based Policy	531
Further Reading	538
Notes	543
CHAPTER 11: TRANSPORT PLANNING	547
Mobility And Accessibility	548
The Growth of Traffic	548
Transport Policies	551
The Buchanan Report 1963	552
Road Policies in The 1980s	553
Trunk Road Assessment (1977)	555
Urban Road Appraisal (1986)	556
Environmental Impact and NATA	557
Do New Roads Generate Traffic? (1994)	558
Trunk Roads Review of 1994	560
Roads Policy since 1997	561
National Transport Debate and the ?New Deal?	563
Regional Planning for Transport	566
Local Transport Plans	567
Buses and Light Rail	568
The Bane of Overcrowding	570
Road User and Workplace Parking Charges	571
Walking and Cycling	572
Green Transport Plans	574
Traffic Calming	575
Parking Restrictions and Standards	577
Traffic Management in London	578
Railways	580
Freight Traffic	581
Scottish Guidance on Transport and Planning	582
European Union Transport Policy	584
Some American Ideas	584
Public Attitudes and the Future	585
Further Reading	589
Notes	592
CHAPTER 12: PLANNING, THE PROFESSION AND THE PUBLIC	596
Introduction	597
Skeffington and Participation in Planning	597
Community Parish and Neighbourhood Planning	605
Community Involvement and the 2004 Reform of the Planning System	608
Public Participation in Development Control	611
Rights of Appeal	615
Third Party Interests	617
The Use of Public Inquiries and Examinations	618
The Human Rights Act	624
Interests in Planning	625
Race and Planning	627
Women and Planning	631
Planning nd People with Disabilities	632
Access to Information	634
E-Planning	638
Maladministration, the Ombudsman and Probity	638
The Professionalisation of Planning	643
Planning Education	647
The Vision and Manifesto for Planning	648
In Conclusion	650
Further Reading	655
Notes	659
Bibliography 	663
Official Publications	896

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

City planning -- Great Britain.
Regional planning -- Great Britain.