Provenance, Ideology and the Public Interest in Planning

Leonie Janssen-Jansen, Greg Lloyd

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Abstract

In advanced, capitalist economies planning serves a critical enabling purpose. It protects private property rights, allows for democratic engagement in setting priorities for land policy and seeks to secure the wider public interest in land use and development. Yet it is severely criticised by diverse sets of interests. The chapter argues that society has forgotten the provenance of planning – its origins, its intellectual design. This is exacerbated by the normalisation of neoliberal thinking and the setting of new limits to planning under private property regimes.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationThe Routledge Handbook of Institutions and Planning in Action
EditorsWillem Salet
PublisherRoutledge
Chapter15
Pages228-241
ISBN (Electronic)9781351618441
ISBN (Print)9781138085732
Publication statusPublished - 26 Jun 2018

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Janssen-Jansen, L., & Lloyd, G. (2018). Provenance, Ideology and the Public Interest in Planning. In W. Salet (Ed.), The Routledge Handbook of Institutions and Planning in Action (pp. 228-241). Routledge.
Janssen-Jansen, Leonie ; Lloyd, Greg. / Provenance, Ideology and the Public Interest in Planning. The Routledge Handbook of Institutions and Planning in Action. editor / Willem Salet. Routledge, 2018. pp. 228-241
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