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Box-ticking prevents proactive planning

Words: Laura Edgar
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Under-resourcing and a box-ticking culture has closed off the space planners traditionally used for reflection, professional discretion and proactive planning, according to a report by the RTPI.

This makes it harder to undertake the long-term strategic thinking that is needed to deliver the public interest.

Serving the public interest: The reorganisation of UK planning services in an era of reluctant outsourcing considers eight focus groups of planning professions from Belfast, Bristol, Cardiff, Edinburgh, Leeds, Leicester, Greater London and the South East.

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