PLANNING, LAW AND PROPERTY RIGHTS

Law is an essential element of planning. Statutory law, as interpreted by the courts, defines planning powers, the planning process, and the mandatory elements of binding development plans. Although the law often attributes a wide margin of discretion to the planning authority, it also limits planning powers for the protection of individual rights.

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Planning, Law and Property rights
Planning, Law and Property rights
LAND POLICY READING CLUB
Wednesday, February 02, 2022
What did Elinor Ostrom actually say about land policy? Sould planners read Ronald Coase? Why is Henry George relevant for a debate on planning and property...
Planning, Law and Property rights
Planning, Law and Property Rights (PLPR) Conference: 7-11 February 2022 – Call for Papers!
Wednesday, September 29, 2021
The International Academic Association on Planning, Law, and Property Rights (PLPR) (see www.plpr-association.org ) will celebrate its 16th annual conference...
Planning, Law and Property rights
PLPR Online Sessions Series 2021 - Report
Thursday, March 11, 2021
During February 2021 over 300 academics from across the world exchanged ideas on planning, law, and property rights in eleven online sessions, and 12 doctoral...
Planning, Law and Property rights
Planning, Law and Property Rights Thematic Group Annual Report 2019
Friday, January 31, 2020
Prepared by Linda McElduff and Rachelle Altermann Introduction This report provides a brief overview of the activities of AESOP’s Planning, Law and Property...