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Land Values and the Implications for Planning Policy

DescriptionIdentifies trends in development land values and examines the implications for Scottish Executive policy, the planning system and the development of Scotland's cities and towns.
ISBN0-7559-3443-1
Official Print Publication Date
Website Publication DateNovember 11, 2002

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2002

LAND VALUES AND THE IMPLICATIONS FOR PLANNING POLICY

DTZ Pieda Consultings

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CONTENTS

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
CHAPTER ONE: INTRODUCTION
AIMS AND OBJECTIVES OF THE REPORT
SPECIFIC REQUIREMENTS
RESEARCH QUESTIONS
CHAPTER TWO: REVIEW OF RESEARCH EVIDENCE
INTRODUCTION
URBAN ECENOMIC THEORY- PERSPECTIVES ON LAND VALUE AND URBAN FORM
THE IMPACT OF PLANNING ON LAND VALUES
LAND VALUES AND URBAN STRUCTURES: EMPIRICAL EVIDENCE
CHAPTER THREE: TRENDS IN DEVELOPMENT LAND VALUES
CHAPTER FOUR: TRENDS IN THE LOCATION OF EMPLOYMENT
CHAPTER FIVE: FUTURE TRENDS IN LAND VALUES
THE SCOTTISH ECONOMY
PROPERTY MARKETS
MIGRATION AND POPULATION CHANGE
CHAPTER SIX: CASE STUDIES
INTRODUCTION
EDINBURGH: INNER WEST
GLASGOW: GORBALS AND GLASGOW GREEN
ABERDEEN: CITY CENTRE PARTNERSHIP AREA HOUSING DEVELOPMENT
DUNDEE: BAXTER PARK/STOBSWELL
CHAPTER SEVEN: PERCEPTIONS OF KEY PLAYERS
INTRODUCTION
DTZ DEBENHAM TIE LEUNG COMMENTATORS
THE DEVELOPMENT INDUSTRY BUSINESS/COMMERCIAL
HOUSEBUILDERS
LOCAL AUTHORITY PLANNING SYSTEM
OTHER BODIES
CHAPTER EIGHT: SUMMARY OF FINDINGS
CHAPTER NINE: POLICY IMPLICATIONS
TOWN CRAMMING AND OPEN SPACE ISSUES
RESIDENTIAL LAND - EASING SUPPLY
EMPLOYMENT LAND
PLANNING GAIN
TURNING ROUND LOW DEMAND/LOW VALUE AREAS
OPTIMAL LEGAL STRUCTURES FOR HIGH DENSITY DEVELOPMENTS
APPENDIX ONE: INDICES OF LAND VALUE AND EMPLOYMENT CHANGE
APPENDIX TWO: LIST OF CONSULTEES

The views expressed in this report are those of the researcher and
do not necessarily represent those of the Department or Scottish Ministers.

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