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Urban Planning and the Housing Market: International Perspectives for Policy and Practice

'My Dream Home' Versus the 'Property Ladder''Permission Impossible': The 'Planners Are Coming'Scope of This BookDebates About Urban Planning and the Housing MarketComparative Housing and Urban StudiesOverview and StructureI Planning and the Housing MarketUrban Governance, Policy, Planning and HousingEvolution of Urban Planning and the Regulation of Housing DevelopmentThe Sustainability ParadigmSustainable Planning Versus Economic DevelopmentElements of the Planning System, and Implications for HousingLegal Source of Power Underpinning the Land Use Planning SystemThe Need for Permission to Carry Out Change in the Built or Natural EnvironmentThe Balance Between Constraints and Incentives: Control and DiscretionPublic ConsultationFinancing Local Infrastructure and ServicesThe Planning ProcessLand Allocation/Plan MakingDevelopment Control and EnforcementComparing Urban Planning SystemsConclusionThe Housing SystemKey Features of the Housing SystemSocial Significance of HousingEconomic Significance of HousingHousing Production and ConsumptionHousing Market InstabilityGeographical UnevennessMarket FailureCompetitive Markets and Market EfficiencyMarket Failures and Remedies in HousingComparison of Housing Systems and PoliciesChallenges Facing Housing SystemsInequalityDemographicsEnvironment, Climate and Urban LivingKey Challenges and Concepts in Comparative StudiesWelfare RegimesConvergence or Path Dependence?Housing in Developing and Rapidly Urbanising CountriesComparative ProfilesConclusionRelationships Between Planning and the Housing MarketOverviewEvolution of Research on the Effects of Planning Regulation on the Housing MarketThe Land and Housing Market Without PlanningUrban Land ValuesProperty RightsProperty Rights, Development Rights and Developer BehaviourPutting Planning Regulation in PerspectivePlanning and the Costs of Housing ProductionEstablishing and Quantifying the Impact of PlanningMeasuring Constraint: Land Use Zoning, Urban Containment and Restrictive Development Controls'NIMBYISM' and Home OwnersDiscretion, Uncertainty and TimeEstimating CostsHousing Supply and House Prices'Good Planning' and DemandInfrastructure and Related Urban Policy InterventionsConclusion: Unresolved Debates About the Impacts of Planning on Housing Supply and AffordabilityII International Perspectives on Planning, Housing Supply and AffordabilityPlanning, Housing Supply and Affordable Provision in BritainThe Planning SystemOriginsCore PrinciplesSubstantive PoliciesStrategic Level PlanningLocal PlansNumbers and DeliveryInfrastructure and IncentivesCritiques of Planning and Housing System PerformanceThe Barker ReviewSpecific Planning System CritiquesGeographical MismatchCritique of the IndustryMacroeconomic/Financial CritiqueAffordable Housing Through PlanningThe Institutional FrameworkOrigins and Development of PolicyArguments of Principle and PragmatismKey Elements in ImplementationAchievements of PolicyErosion of the PolicyOverall AssessmentReflectionsPlanning, Housing Supply and Affordable Development in the USAIntroductionEvolution of Housing Policy and Urban Planning in the USAThe Post-war Years: Towards Home Ownership, and Public Housing for the Working PoorSubsidies for Affordable Housing DevelopmentThe US Housing System in the Twenty-First CenturyHousing Demand and Supply in AmericaUS Housing Market Conditions: PricesSpatial IssuesContemporary Housing Assistance Programmes in the USAThe Role of Land Use PlanningExclusionary ZoningInclusionary Housing and Community DevelopmentIndusionary ZoningDensity BonusesImpact FeesOvercoming Barriers to Affordable Housing DevelopmentNew JerseyCaliforniaCommunity Development InitiativesProvision of Affordable Housing by the For-profit and Non-profit Housing SectorConclusion: What Can Be Learned?Planning Practice, Housing Oversupply and Ireland's Housing Boom and BustHousing Demand and Supply in IrelandThe Irish Planning System: Origins and Recent ReformsPlanning System Drivers of Supply ImbalanceOther Policy Drivers of Supply ImbalancesInconsistent Government Policy and Financial IncentivesSocio-economic and Political DriversConclusionPlanning and Housing Supply in Hong Kong and ChinaThe British LegacyPlanningLand OwnershipPublic and Affordable HousingNew Towns and InfrastructureType of RegimeGovernance and Change Post-1997GovernanceChangeCurrent ChallengesSuper-unaffordabilityLand Supply ConstraintsSustainability of HousingMarket InstabilityMainland ChinaUrbanisationHousing PolicyHong Kong and Dragon InfluenceLocal Authority Role and MotivationAchievements and ProblemsBack to the Future with 'Public Housing'ConclusionsHousing, Property Politics and Planning in AustraliaThe Evolving Policy and Political Context for Urban Planning and Housing Provision in AustraliaA Home of One's Own? Colonial Order, Property Speculation and City BuildingUrban Reform and an Absolute Duty to InterfereAustralian Housing and Urban Policy Under Neoliberalism and the Sustainability AgendaThe Great Australian Nightmare: Contemporary Housing Pressures and Urban Policy ResponsesThe Role of Planning and Other Factors Impacting on Housing Supply and Affordability in AustraliaPlanning for Affordable Housing in AustraliaConclusions: Planning For or Against Affordable Housing in AustraliaIII Implications for Policy and PracticeDeveloping Regional and Local Housing StrategiesDefining a Housing Strategy and Identifying ObjectivesHousing ObjectivesHousing Affordability and Affordable HousingAppropriate HousingHousing Diversity and ChoiceHousing and HealthSustainability and HousingUndertaking a Housing Need and Market AnalysisMarket Information in Local Housing StudiesData Sources and Methodology for Local Housing Need Assessments and Market AnalysisDelimiting the Local or Regional Housing MarketUndertaking the AnalysisDemographicsHousehold IncomeUnmet Housing NeedsThe Needs of Particular GroupsHousing Supply and TenureResidential Development TrendsStrategic Housing Market Assessment: A Case Study from EnglandFormulating the Housing StrategyConclusionPlanning for Inclusionary Housing in New and Renewing CommunitiesWhat is Affordable Housing in the Planning Context?Why Plan for Inclusionary Housing?Emergence of Inclusionary Housing ModelsImpacts and Outcomes of Affordable Housing SchemesUnderstanding DifferencesThe Timing of Value UpliftPlanning Requirements and the Range of Affordable Housing ProductsPlanning for Affordable HousingLand and Housing Supply LeversBarrier Reduction StrategiesPreserving and Offsetting the Loss of Low-Cost HousingIncentives for New Affordable HousingVoluntary or Mandatory Measures?Mandatory RequirementsMatching Approaches to MarketsPolicy Settings, Resources and Delivery Systems to Support Inclusionary Housing SchemesConclusionConclusion: Reuniting Planning and Housing PolicyIntroductionWhy Worry About Housing?Housing and Welfare RegimesPlanning RegimesPlanning Regimes and SupplyPlanning Regimes, Affordability and SustainabilityThe Role of Local GovernmentResponding to Key ChallengesRising InequalityDemographic DemandEnvironmental Sustainability and Urban LifeThe Limits of Inclusionary Housing PolicyThe Institutional FrameworkRecasting Planning and Housing in the Twenty-First Century?

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