Legal and procedural implications of greenhouse: background for a dialogue

R. Cardew, P. Ryan

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Abstract

This paper attempts to provide hope and a basis for action at the local level, in the Australian context, and on a day to day basis. The paper begins by focussing on the cultural context of responses to major issues and proceeds to consider sub-sets of these. This section is followed by two examples of problems that may emerge in the development control process. The following discussion explores the way in which these might be approached by local government and the legal and planning frameworks that might be involved. Implications are then drawn for the planning process and relate to action and roles. If you like, an agenda is established and despite the negative tone of the introduction positive conclusions are reached. -from Authors

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationPlanning for the greenhouse. Conference, 1989
Pages151-164
Number of pages14
Publication statusPublished - 1989

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