Bell on... best of both policy worlds

Bell, Graeme
October 2010
Planning (14672073);10/29/2010, Issue 1892, p7
The article presents an analysis on the efficiency of the regional spatial strategies used by the government in its national planning in Great Britain. The success of the spatial strategies can be achieved by consulting the views of all the parties and the parliament. The views of the parties are essential to be able to determine the effect of the policies.


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