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Vol 22 No 4 April/May 2017

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Planning Gain

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Patsy HealeyDepartment of Town and Country Planning, University of Newcastle, Michael PurdueNewcastle Law School, University of Newcastle, Frank EnnisCentre for Planning, University of Strathclyde

ISBN13: 9780419194101
ISBN: 041919410X
Published: January 1995
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
Format: Hardback
Price: £105.00

This book draws on research undertaken for the Joseph Rowntree Foundation on Development Impacts and Development Obligations to provide an account of the developing role of agreements in dealing with the impact of development. The first part reviews the policy, legal, planning and development context. The second part reviews contemporary practice. The third part reviews future developments. There is no comparative text on this issue, and the authors bring their experience of both planning theory, practice and law and their empirical work to this major statement on an important area of planning practice. The focus is primarily on England, but the British experience is set in the wider context of experience elsewhere.

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Part I The issues: developments, the community interest and the planning system; from betterment to development obligations; development impacts and the developers; law and legal debate. Part II The practice: development obligations in contemporary planning practice; the purpose and rationales for agreements; the negotiation and management of obligations. Part III Implications: regulation through negotiation - a systematic approach. Appendix 1: the study approach. Appendix 2: index of legal cases.