A green belt allocation land

A green belt allocation land

10 Introduction

Green Belt policies are one of the main tools we have for protecting the local environment Green Belt is a policy which is used within land and used to protect areas of mainly undeveloped rural land around urban areas Green Belt policies is also a boundary with the purpose of going around areas to stop people from building on there therefore rural land and wild life can be saved However today faces unprecedented threats including airport runways new housing and university expansions

20 Aims

The main aim for this project is to identify how effectiveness of Green Belts around urban areas Another aim is to distinguish the benefits drawbacks of Green Belts for protecting the local environment and the crucial element of green belts but today faces unprecedented threats it has just about become a place for organization to argue their own lack of viability or funds provides the very special circumstances and therefore should be required to prove that they are allowed to build in the green Belt areas This will be done by analysis of case studies obtainable projects for comparison

30 Objectives
Identify the importance of greenbelt
Highlight the effect Implications of Green belt
Investigate the chance of constructing on a Green Belt location area
Comparisons through various case studies of Green belt projects

40 Key questions
Will Green Belt be diluted if they are used by authorities as the main method of restraining channeling development rather then as a special policy against sprawl
should Green Belt be overlaid with other policies such as agricultural priority areas and landscape priority areas each their own schedule of permitted uses and if so how should this kind of rural zonation be transferred from structure to local plans
Which local needs conditions to planning permission will stand up against an appeal
It is becoming almost commonplace for organization to argue that their own lack of viability or funds provides the very special circumstances which are required to prove they should be allowed to build in the Green Belt should we really be allowed

50 Methodology

The main references that will be consulted are mostly Quantitative revolving around reference books websites Journals that revolve on the relevant questions mentioned above regarding Green Belt areas There will be a certain level of primary data sources that will be compared This information will be compared linked to the Reference material for a certain amount of first hand comparison

The primary data from Interviews will more easily determine combined processes with Green Belt areas These may not be as easily discernable through the use of secondary reference material The main Qualitative data that will be considered are Interviews to obtain Opinions from professionals of how important are Green Belt areas in the construction industry

60 Literature Review

Green Belts and affordable housing by martin Elson Caroline Steenberg and Nicola Mendham 1996

I found this book acceptable its mainly focuses on interest to those in central government planning and housing departments local planning authoritys housing relations and other voluntary bodies

Town and country planning in the UK by J B Cullingworth 1997

As a student I found this book was always good for a quote despite of your dissertation title because of the pure size of coverage Every likely planning topic is in here and its all easy to read and well set out

The effectiveness of Green Belts by Martin Elson Stephen and Roderick Macdonald 1993

This book was very interesting which focused on Green Belt policy and investigates how this may be better The study assessed seven different issues ranging from the effectiveness of Green Belts in relation to their existing purposes agriculture wildlife and other land use pressures and changes

Greenfield Brownfield and housing development David Adams Craig Watkins RICS Research Foundation 2002

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