This research suggests that negotiated solutions based on local plans have, against the odds, been more effective in raising funds for planning authorities than nationally imposed taxes — at least in rising markets. Policy makers, analysts, and academics would benefit from the in-depth and longitudinal research of planning obligations this book provides.
The book identifies aspects of planning gain that may be of benefit to other countries while noting that the geographic context is particularly important in how these aspects are implemented. The book is available here through Wiley. Pingback: Planning risk and development Accelerating housing production in London.
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Permissions Request permission to reuse content from this site. Table of contents Acknowledgements xiii Foreword by Dame Kate Barker xv Preface xvii Notes on Contributors xxi 1 Introduction 1 Tony Crook, John Henneberry and Christine Whitehead Purpose of the book 1 The development process and the creation of development value 2 The taxation of development value 4 Factors affecting effective development value capture 6 Property rights and ownership 7 The need for finance 8 The ownership of development rights 9 Taxing value or raising charges 9 Rules versus discretion?
His research focuses on the structure and behaviour of the property market and its relation to the wider economy and state regulatory systems. He has particular interests in property development and investment and their contribution to urban and regional development.
He has developed a distinctive 'old' institutional approach to property research that focuses on the impact of social, cultural and behavioural influences on market actors, structures, processes and outcomes. He is a Fellow of the Academy of Social Sciences. She is an internationally respected applied economist working mainly in the fields of housing economics, finance and policy.
Major themes in her recent research have included analysis of the relationship between planning and housing; the role of private renting in European housing systems; financing social housing in the UK and Europe; and more broadly the application of economic concepts and techniques to questions of public resource allocation with respect to housing, education, policing and urban regeneration. Free Returns We hope you are delighted with everything you buy from us. However, if you are not, we will refund or replace your order up to 30 days after purchase.
Winner of the Royal Town Planning Institute award for research excellenceThis critical examination of the development and implementation of planning gain is. Planning Gain: Providing Infrastructure and Affordable Housing of the development and implementation of planning gain is timely given .