This chapter focuses on the products of community-based planning and the aspirations for these products. It contrasts the view that plans are in some way instrumental, and indicative of a desire to influence planning policy, with the view that they are merely focus for the concentration of local energies that have the central purpose of ‘self help’ rather than policy influence.
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