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Underrepresented neighbourhood plan areas in Middlesbrough

Lynn, T., Parker, G. ORCID: and Wargent, M., (2023) Underrepresented neighbourhood plan areas in Middlesbrough. Report. Kingfisher Commons, Peterborough. pp51.

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The research explored factors inhibiting take-up of neighbourhood planning in the administrative area of Middlesbrough. It is already known that the take-up of Neighbourhood Planning (NP) in England has been skewed towards more rural and parished areas. The research reported here explored barriers and issues constraining neighbourhoods from participation in Middlesbrough. The research looked at six cases in Middlesbrough where communities had embarked on NP and others where this tool had not been taken-up. The work also involved focus group discussions about barriers and opportunities and reflects on ways forward in the light of both wider existing knowledge about neighbourhood planning dynamics and the evidence collected from Middlesbrough.

Item Type:Report (Report)
Divisions:Henley Business School > Real Estate and Planning
ID Code:110487
Publisher:Kingfisher Commons

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