1st Edition

The Craft of Collaborative Planning
People working together to shape creative and sustainable places





ISBN 9781138840416
Published March 13, 2015 by Routledge
240 Pages - 30 B/W Illustrations

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Book Description

Unlike books that focus solely on methods, The Craft of Collaborative Planning provides a detailed guide to designing and managing all aspects of the collaborative process, advocating for making collaborative work the norm.

Beginning with a discussion of the political and legal context of collaborative practice in UK land use planning systems, The Craft of Collaborative Planning tracks a path through the challenging task of process design and working with various groups and individuals.  Taking into account the great need for coherent organizational approaches, Bishop outlines evaluation and learning from the collaborative process for the future.

Jeff Bishop brings to his writing an exemplary career focused on bringing various parties together to generate creative and widely supported plans and projects. With its focused discussion of UK engagement practices, and detailed outline for making a better collaborative process, The Craft of Collaborative Planning is an essential read for practitioners and decision-makers seeking to bring communities together with creative solutions to spatial planning, design, and development.

Table of Contents

1. Introduction 2. Setting the Scene 3. Getting Ready 4. Design to Deliver 5. Delivering into Detail 6. Working with People 7. Evaluating and Reporting 8. Making it Mainstream 9. Conclusions Appendix 1: Collaborative Working Appendix 2: Legal and Quasi-legal Context Appendix 3: Resourcing Engagement Appendix 4: Becoming a Practitioner Appendix 5 : Further Reading

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Biography

Jeff Bishop’s career in planning, design and development has focused on bringing all parties, especially the public, together to generate creative and widely supported plans and projects. Though working mainly in the UK, where his projects are often quoted as exemplars of good practice, he has also worked in other countries.

Jeff is an Associate Director of Place Studio Limited.