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Land Use Planning

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Transcript of Land Use Planning

Land Use Planning
design by Dóri Sirály for Prezi
Let's define it
a branch of public policy encompassing various disciplines which seek to
order and regulate land use
in an efficient and ethical way, thus preventing land-use conflicts
Why is it important?
planning is a ubiquitous activity; it is necessary because of
interconnectedness
and
complexity

Global Benchmark:
Millennium Development Goals
the long-term development or conservation of an area and the establishment of a relationship between
local objectives and regional goals
.
McGraw Hill
Young, Anthony (1993) Guidelines for Land Use Planning
J.E. Mickey Miguel-Eva VIII
to seek knowledge of
geographic spaces
to ensure
manageable growth
that is smart, efficient, practical and sustainable
john levy
adam sowder
By 2008, half of the world population lives in urban areas. The growth will continue in megacities and more especially in smaller towns and cities where there are
fewer resources to cope with the increasing demands
.
Cities are very conducive because of the amenities and services present, but
poverty continues to grow
; as much as 1 billion people live in urban slums.
United Nations Population Fund
What are the Components?
Planning Structure
Political Component
Legislative Body (Sanggunian)
Local Development Council

Technical Component
local special bodies, sectoral and functional committees, non-government sectors, office of the local planning and dev't coordinator
Participatory Planning Process
1.
Planning Database (Ecological profile, development indicators, problems-solutions
2.
Goals and Vision Statement
3.
Physical Framework Plan / Land Use Plans, policy maps, draft ZO
4.
Multi-year Sectoral Dev't Plans, Budget, Legislation
Government's Authority Levers
Zoning Ordinance
Financial resources & fiscal authority
Eminent domain proceedings
Co-management arrangements
Other supporting mechanisms -
(projects and policies)
Mandated Plans
Comprehensive Land Use Plan
Comprehensive Development Plan
Serote, E. | Dept. of Interior and Local governance
Economic Development
Employment
Poverty reduction
Income equity
Basic social services
Sustainable sources of income from various sectors
Environmental / wildlife Protection
Preservation of endangered and endemic species
Disaster mitigation
Waste management
Elimination of pollution
Public Health
Historic Preservation + Recreation
Heritage conservation
Parks and public spaces
Population's happiness
Tourism
Transportation Flow
Efficient public transportation
Ample transport infrastructure
Accessibility
Linkages
General Goal: Sustainable Development
+++Specific Objectives
Barangay Level
City / Municipal Level
Provincial & Regional Levels
National Level
How is it done?
Disciplines Needed
Geography
Economics
Public Policy
Sociology
Public Health
Natural Sciences
Statistics
Architecture
Engineering
GIScience
Tools
Research
Data Gathering
Forecasting
Cartography / GIS
Urban Design
Institutional Coordination
Process
Research: setting the context
Developing goals and objectives
Identifying strategies and policy directions
Evaluate, consult, explore, coordinate
Drafting of plans (macro to micro)
Implementation
Monitoring and continuous evaluation
Main Sources

Levy, J. (1994) Contemporary Urban Planning

McGraw Hill Encyclopedia of Science

Serote, E. (2005) Rationalized Planning System in the Philippines

Sowder, A. http://geography.about.com/od/urbaneconomicgeography/a/landuseplanning.htm

United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA)

Young, A. (1993) Guidelines for Land Use Planning




Thank you!
Happy land use planning
to all of us!
Classification
Residential
Industrial
Commercial
Institutional
Agricultural
Open Spaces
Yes to compatible land uses, and lessen conflicting land uses + interconnectivity
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