Urban Planning and Real Estate Development

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Index
Notes: 1. References to local planning authorities and England are ubiquitous and have therefore been omitted; 2. References to footnotes have n as suffix to page number
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Abercrombie, Patrick 131
absorption rates 239
accessibility 364, 389-90
accountant 221
acid rain 148
Action for Cities 170
Adams, C. D. 444
administration 35, 74
adverse gearing 391
advertising, publicity and public relations:
appeals 77
marketing 334, 347, 348-50, 351-2
policy and implementation 41, 42, 49-51
retail development 396-400
specialist controls 125, 126
aesthetic control 128-9
agencies and agents 199, 209, 220
marketing 329-33, 354-9
Agenda 21 see Earth Summit
agreements:
planning see appraisal of development site
urban regeneration 170-73
agriculture 63, 139-40, 146, 157, 172
Agriculture Act (1986) 141
Agriculture, Fisheries and Food, Ministry of 137, 139
amenities see services
Ancient Monuments and Archaeological Areas Act (1979) 110, 139, 141, 245
Anderson, F. 423
anticipation 11, 237
AONBs see Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty
appeals, planning 73-90, 230
case studies 80, 82, 85
costs 43, 87-9
cross examination 84
decision-makers 75-6
Europe 177, 178-9, 180-81, 183, 184
evidence 85, 87
format 86
historical background 74-5
policy and implementation 33-4, 50
submission 76
types and methods of 76, 77-9
(see also Informal Hearings; Public Inquiry; Written Representation)
see also under Inspectorate;
Secretary of State
applications see planning applications
appraisal of development site 223-48
models 233
planning policy and practice 224-31
property development process 202-4, 206
see also economic climate;
site survey
arbitration 74-5
arcades 377
Arcadia Developments 474, 479
archaeology see Ancient Monuments
architect 216-17, 221, 260, 261
Areas of Archaeological Importance 245
Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONBs) 51, 63, 153, 166
residential development 472, 478
specialist controls 110, 128, 136, 141
Armon-Jones, C. 342
AS (anticipated supply) 237
Ashley Centre 385
Ashworth, W. 2
Asia 388, 402, 404
Assisted Area Programme 170
Association of Metropolitan Authorities 88

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