The Resource The collaborating planner? : Practitioners in the neoliberal age, (electronic resource)
- The collaborating planner? : Practitioners in the neoliberal age, (electronic resource)
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- The collaborating planner?; Contents; List of figures, tables and boxes; Abbreviations and acronyms; Notes on the authors; Acknowledgements; Preface; 1. Introduction: planning at the coalface in a time of constant change; Planning and ongoing reform; Planning reform and public service context; Understanding change through the 'lens of planners'; A note on the research; Structure of the book; 2. Conceptualising governance and planning reform; The age of continual reform; Understanding reform; Government, governance and planning
- 5. Management: the efficiency agenda, audit and targetsGrowth of an 'audit society'; Strong reactions to New Labour's targets; Continued currency of 'efficiency' under the Coalition government; Targets: restricting and empowering professionals?; 6. Participation: planners and their 'customers'; Participation and active citizens; The planner's perspective on participation; Applying the 'customer' concept to planning; Localism and neighbourhood planning; Participation and customers as seen from the coalface; 7. Culture: the planning 'ethos'; Decline of the public sector ethos?
- Neoliberalism, planning, and the planner: collaborator or resister?3. The planner within a professional and institutional context; Introduction; The professionals: planners as technical experts; The subject of neoliberal reform; Bureaucracy at the street level; Structure and agency: an institutionalist perspective; Planning reform: a peopled process; 4. Process: implementing spatial planning; Plan making process reforms; Reaction to New Labour's reforms; Causes of problems with Labour's LDF system; The Coalition reacts; Putting local spatial planning into practice: past, present and future
- Planning biographies: an empirical pictureA 'public sector ethos' in planning?; The personal dynamic in collaborative arenas; Imagining the profession and public service; 8. Conclusion: the importance of planning's front line; Themes under fluid processes of reform; Planners and the roll-out of modernisation; The future role of the planner?; Notes; References; Index
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