2 edition of Planning, rationality and needs in housing policy found in the catalog.
Planning, rationality and needs in housing policy
by (University of Aberdeen, Department of Political Economy) in (Aberdeen) ((Aberdeen AB9 1FX))
Written in English
Bibliography, leaf 21.
|Statement||by Duncan Maclennan and Peter McVean.|
|Series||Discussion papers / University of Aberdeen. Department of Political Economy -- 77-17, Discussion papers (University of Aberdeen. Department of Political Economy) -- 77-17.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||(1),21 leaves ;|
|Number of Pages||21|
The article does this through a historical exercise: comparing academic theories of planning procedure developed between the late s and early s with those that contemporary practitioners articulated in five trade journals: ASPO Newsletter (Planning from ), Public Management, Social Policy, Urban Land, and Environmental Comment. ASPO. Further fair housing through both reinvestment and access to opportunity. Integrate greater housing opportunities in policies and plans for transportation, economic development and land use investments. Build the capacity of housing development organizations to meet the region’s changing needs and support neighborhood reinvestment.
This essay appeals to self-governance to explain why basic planning norms—both synchronic and diachronic—are norms of practical rationality. The best rationale of her own plan-infused practical thinking that is available to a reflective planning agent who has the capacity for self-governance involves a tight connection between plan rationality and conditions of self-governance, both. Housing development is chaotic, non-linear So, you need a way to help structure, define the work and reduce risk So, developers created a process with five (5) stages Each stage includes tasks, deliverables, and decisions related to the market, site, financing, and your team The Process can be used for Homeownership and.
These needs are translated into a spatial form or a land-use activity and reflected in land-use plans, policies and development actions. Land-use planning therefore derives from the need to satisfy these needs on the ground, in a rational manner and within a technical framework. Discourse of rational planning model used in policy making The rational model of decision-making is a process for making sound decisions in policy making in the public sector. Rationality is defined as “a style of behavior that is appropriate to the achievement of given goals, within the limits imposed by given conditions and constraints”. .
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