Spatial Planning is Beyond Traditional Land-Use Planning? A Critical ReviewJournal: International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR) (Vol.9, No. 8)
Publication Date: 2020-08-05
Authors : Anil Kumar Palakodeti;
Page : 808-811
Keywords : Spatial planning; land use planning; traditional land use planning; planning instruments;
Traditional land-use planning or town planning encountered a paradigm shift in terminology over many years, currently known as Spatial Planning (Taylor, 2010). There is no single definition to Spatial Planning, but can broadly identify certain principles in common, which are unique from traditional land-use planning (ODPM, 2004c; Taylor, 2010), which was later disproved. This paper initially describes the ideas of spatial planning and then focuses on Taylor’s evaluation made for spatial planning and claims this talk of going beyond the narrow focus of traditional land use planning is pejorative rhetoric… when it comes to actual spatial plans, it would appear spatial plans are, after all, still land use plans (Taylor, 2010, pp.203- 205). However, the paper further focuses on critically reviewing the basis for arguments that spatial planning is a new practice that goes beyond traditional land use planning.
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