By Emmor Kimber
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Increasingly from the mid-1990s onwards commentators (including those from the planning profession – see p. 38) began to argue that it was time for a change. The system’s scope and limitations PPG1 suggests that A key role of the planning system is to enable the provision of homes and buildings, investment and jobs in a way which is consistent with the principles of sustainable development. It needs to be positive in promoting competitiveness while being protective towards the environment and amenity.
It is this complexity that gives rise to many of the conﬂicts – and also to many of the challenges – that planners face. The complexity can be seen in a number of contrasting characteristics inherent in the discipline. Planning is at one and the same time: • A regulatory process enshrined in a statutory planning system, but also a visionary process through which future visions are developed and implemented for the built and natural environment. 18 The planning process • Both a political arena and a legally deﬁned entity, the former through the operation of the system by democratically accountable local (and national) government, and the latter through the national legislative framework arbitrated through the courts.
The decision to reform the planning system was driven to a large degree by business lobbying for a system that is more responsive (read faster and more sympathetic) to business needs (see Fig. 2). The CBI (2001), for example, argued in ‘Planning for Productivity’ that the system was too slow, too uncertain, and offered too much scope for poor decisions (in their terms those that fail to have appropriate regard to economic considerations). Nevertheless, the need for reform had broad support amongst planning (RTPI, 2001a), private and social housing (HBF, 2002b; NHF, 2001a) and amenity interests (CABE, 2001), although interestingly in the run-up to the Green Paper, the Housebuilders’ Federation (HBF) were noticeably less ambitious in their aspirations for reform than most other interests, arguing that the existing system required modiﬁcation but not radical overhaul (see p.
Arithmetic Made Easy to Children: Being a Collection of Useful and Familiar Examples Methodically Arranged Under Their Respective Heads, II Edition by Emmor Kimber