Case studies of the key features of policy and planning approaches in France, Germany, the Netherlands, Spain and the UK are at the core of Planning Major Infrastructure. This includes the different regimes introduced in England and Wales, and Scotland, brought in by reforms since 2006. High speed rail, renewable energy deployment, water management, waste treatment – all raise critical planning issues. The case studies connect to the big issues of principle which haunt this field of public policy: how can democratic legitimacy be secured? How can ecological and economic transitions be managed? What is the appropriate role of the national government in each of these areas, as against other levels? What part has the EU played, and should it be involved in the future? These are some of the central themes raised in this innovating exploration of this currently high profile field.
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About the Author
Tim Marshall is a Reader in Planning at the Department of Planning in Oxford Brookes University. He is a planner with a mixed practice and academic career. Major interests include high level strategic planning at urban, regional and national levels. His past books include Transforming Barcelona and Regional Planning (with John Glasson).
Table of Contents
Part 1: Framing Infrastructure and Planning 1. Introducing Infrastructure and "Infrastructuralism" 2. Infrastructure Industries and Infrastructure Government 3. Possible New Infrastructure: Generating the Need and Imagining the Form 4. Planning Major Infrasturcture – Strategies and Projects Part 2: National Case Studies and the EU 5. The Netherlands 6. France 7. Spain 8. Germany 9. "Traditional" Planning for Major Infrastructure in the UK 10. New Approaches to Major Infrastructure Planning in the UK Part 3: Conclusions 11. Conclusions