7 edition of The ideologies of planning law found in the catalog.
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|Series||Urban and regional planning series ;, v. 22, Pergamon international library of science, technology, engineering, and social studies|
|LC Classifications||KD1125 .M27 1980|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 282 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||282|
|ISBN 10||0080236960, 0080251986|
|LC Control Number||79040744|
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Everyday low Author: Patrick McAuslan. Abstract. Purpose: The aim of the research is to examine the legal ideologies of planning law proposed by Patrick McAuslan in and their operation in one key aspect of modern-day planning law in England and Wales in order to assess the balance between these ideologies.
– The aim of the research is to examine the legal ideologies of planning law proposed by Patrick McAuslan in and their operation in one key aspect of modern-day planning law in England and Wales in order to assess the balance between these ideologies today., – In order to achieve this, the philosophical and theoretical foundations of the respective legal ideologies.
ing law therefore has no ideology of its own, but that of the state; laws are created to reflect state powers. McAuslan () argued for the existence of an ideology for planning law using the experience of the United Kingdom as a basis. He identified what he termed three competing ideologies. Although Fainstein does not address planning law directly, her book.
opens with a debate among planning theorists that is relevant to this chap- The ideologies that propelled the Com. Koop planning law and economics the rules we make for using land je van needham b. Rtpi library series.
For those reasons looking at land use planning as it affects and is affected by property rights illuminates some core aspects of land use planning including the law economics ethics and ideology. Planning law and economics.
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It plays a critical role in identifying what development is needed and where, what areas. Additional Physical Format: Print version: McAuslan, Patrick. Ideologies of planning law. Oxford ; New York: Pergamon Press, (DLC) THE ROLE OF LAW IN THE PLANNING PROCESS DANIEL R. MANDELKER* A lawyer watching the give-and-take of debate over community development and land-use planning policies is struck by the disassociation between the formulation of policy and the way in which it becomes implemented through the legal structure.
Ideologies of Planning Law (Urban and regional planning series) by Patrick McAuslan. Pergamon Press, 1st. Hardcover. Good. Findings ‐ The paper concludes that, despite much change in law and policy, the balance between the three competing ideologies in the area of development control in the planning.
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