There is increasing political, public and professional concern about how best to accommodate new development: its scale, location, and consequences. Therefore the Department of the Environment commissioned this report to address three vital questions: What are the merits and demerits of different ways of accommodating development? If new settlements are to be developed, what characteristics should they have? and how should the planning system best deal with new settlement proposals? This comprehensive review also makes recommendations for the future.
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