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This paper examines the relationship between the land use planning system and two innovative demand-side management (DSM) initiatives in the UK electricity sector. In contrast to conventional supply-orientated approaches to infrastructure management, DSM encourages the utility to consider the...
This paper examines the reform of the land administration system (LAS) in China since 1978, and its benefits, shortcomings and options for further reform. The LAS reform has had significant effects on land use and economic development. It has created a more effective land use system and a market...
The European Commission has produced a draft proposal for a new ‘Seveso’ Directive on the Control of Major Accident Hazards (COMAH) which incorporates for the first time a land use planning element. Drawing on a previous discussion, the proposed land use planning provisions in this Directive...
Scottish Natural Heritage (SNH) was established in 1991 largely as a result of a merger between the Nature Conservancy Council for Scotland (NCCS) and the Countryside Commission for Scotland (CCS). However, SNH differs from its predecessors in an important respect. For the first time in UK...
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