Place management

Place management as a core role in government - March 2008

A 9-page article in the Journal of Place Management and Development by John Mant.  This paper aims to deal with place management, not as an additional function to traditional silo organisations, but as a core part of government that has been restructured to achieve complex outcomes, such as place management.  More in the adjacent PDF.
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Putting Place Outcomes at the Centre of Planning Law and Administration - Oct 1999. Based on a lecture delivered to Urban Design School at Sydney University,

While places should be a major focus of Planning effort, administrative, statutory and zoning systems and techniques do not facilitate the achievement of quality place outcomes. This practice note details what needs to be done to achieve better quality places. It deals with integration of development control systems, the use of place rather than land use zones as a format for writing development controls, the proper role and nature of strategic planning and the administrative reforms that are necessary to allow for effective place management of all places.
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Putting Place Outcomes at the Centre of Planning Law and Administration - Oct 1999. Based on a lecture delivered to Urban Design School at Sydney University,Download (97 KB)
 

Place management as a core role in government - Feb 2008

Original article on place management and by John Mant. 
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Place management as a core role in government - Feb 2008Download (97 KB)