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Abstract: Planning decisions often involve a range of stakeholders, each committed to ensuring their needs are recognised by other stakeholder groups. Considering this, questions of what is ‘ethical’ or the ‘best’ process for a decision is debated considerably within academic literature. These debates can be...
Abstract: Planning is a discipline constantly in transition, reflecting the economic and political ideologies of the time. These trends cause the relationship between the state and the individual to change, altering the intentions and expectations attributed to the profession. As such, planners are continually forced...