The Interaction Between Recreation Development Proposals and the Planning System
The intention throughout this book has been to produce a text that deals with the practicalities of the leisure development process, albeit in a perceptual rather than sequential approach. Reference has therefore been made to many actual examples, both in the United Kingdom and elsewhere. However, in only referring to illustrative examples where appropriate, it has not been possible to build up a comprehensive picture of how the leisure development process moves, or fails to move, from inception through to operation, as outlined in the book. This chapter will attempt to fill that gap by describing four case studies from southern England which illustrate how the process has developed over the last twenty years.
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