London governance and the politics of neighbourhood planning: a case for investigation
作者: Graham Pycock
作者单位: 1Graham Pycock is Visiting Lecturer in the School of Organisations, Economy and Society, University of Westminster Business School, 35 Marylebone Road, London, NW1 5LS
刊名: Town Planning Review, 2020, Vol.91 (1), pp.1-20
来源数据库: Liverpool university press
DOI: 10.3828/tpr.2020.1
原始语种摘要: The Localism Act 2011 has successfully devolved planning powers to over 2,500 English communities, involving 14 million people, with over 700 ‘made’ neighbourhood plans legitimised by referendum. In London, however, there are less than one-tenth of the made plans than in the rest of England. Institutional resistance and policy choices may be implicated. Two national studies of neighbourhood planning are reviewed. The role of the local authority is found to be a crucial factor in determining progress, and issues of social deprivation and unequal access are highlighted. Theorisation is considered by reference to a range of academic studies of localism and neighbourhood planning. Distinctions made between ‘representative’ and ‘community’ localism, and objections to anti-political effects,...
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  • governance 统治方式
  • planning 计划
  • neighbourhood 邻近
  • political 政治
  • localism 地方主义
  • successfully 成功地
  • capital 首都
  • London 伦敦
  • reference 基准电压源
  • national 国家的