Community Rights: Spatial Planning, Community Planning and Asset Transfer

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Abstract

In thinking about the priorities for enhancing community rights and how these might be delivered within a community planning framework, we need to look at the scope of existing legislation, processes, plans, and performance in NI. . There is a need to consider community planning in terms of public interest and social well-being, alongside openness and transparency and trust and power relationships
in decision-making. If we are to move the debate forward we need to understand the opportunities and challenges posed by community rights in general, and to community planning for providing public services
Original languageEnglish
TypeScoping Paper
Media of outputpdf publication
Number of pages10
Publication statusPublished - Jun 2021

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