Experiences of transactive planning with communities in England
The chapter explores efforts to engage communities at the neighbourhood scale in thinking about local issues and agenda-setting firstly through non-statutory experimentation in the 1990s through to current experience of statutory neighbourhood planning under the localism Act (2011) in England. Drawing on Friedmann’s (1973) notion of transactive planning the essay highlights how lasting knowledge and awareness needs to be generated and sustained in order for such efforts to make a an impact on planning outcomes and the standing of planning in society.
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