Greenwood, Dan and Newman, Peter (2010) Markets, large projects and sustainable development: traditional and new planning in the Thames Gateway. Urban Studies, 47 (1). pp. 105-119. ISSN 0042-0980
Official URL: http://dx.doi.org/10.1177/0042098009346864
The transition from traditional hierarchical government to new forms of governance and planning can be overstated. The regionalisation of planning and new ambitions for spatial planning in the UK are commonly understood to have created an overcomplex system concerned with co-ordination and integration across jurisdictional spheres. However, this new governance of planning sits alongside traditional planning processes such as the public inquiry and ministerial decision. This case study of a large port development near London suggests that the emphasis upon the move to new, collaborative practices understimates the influence of traditional governmental structures. This provides cause for questioning the capacity of the current planning system to address the challenge of sustainable development, a central concern for the new planning.
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