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Chapter 19: Development
Related terms: actors; interests; land; change of use; property; regeneration; economic development; community development; sustainable development; networks, externalities; impacts
The concept of development is at its broadest a wide-ranging term and there are a number of ways in which planning is concerned with development. The term development also carries a number of different meanings for different actors involved in planning. Development may be both an outcome and mechanism or process for planning and the term may be directed at physical, community, economic and environmental processes and outcomes. As such there is considerable linkage to be highlighted with a number of other key concepts included here which provide related insights to those covered here.
In one sense the concept of development is as all-embracing as the concept ...