Policy Shortening Language Enforcement Guidance Policy Changing Presumption in favour of sustainable development Brownfield Land
Policy Changing Housing supply Garden cities Town Centres Managing the change
Context shifting NPPF LPA Strategic Plan Site Allocations Document Neighbourhood Plan 100 National Plans Various Regional Plans
Lost opportunities Statutory NPPF Real positive planning National spatial planning
Individual government departments have over 100 maps relating to policies and programmes 100 maps are in 95 different places Topics covered are: Economic growth Transport Communications Housing Environment One third are explicit maps: one third are not Find out more at www.mapforengland.co.uk Research findings
For the public: Hard to tell how a government policy affects your area For policy makers: Hard to tell what the cumulative impact of government policies is on an area For business: Hard to tell how government policies will affect your business Why does this matter?
A website portal where there are layers for each of the key policies and programmes Our researchers have mocked this up for a few examples But fixed format and not interactive Could we take this further? What do we suggest?
Example Map : Household Growth and Flood Risk
Example Map: Household Growth and Housing Affordability
Helps to boost growth More transparent Saves time and money Helps coordinate infrastructure across national borders Some benefits
Some questions Should government bring these and other maps together in one place? What mapping information should be included and how would it benefit your organisation? What key policy areas should be covered and how should the information be published? Have we missed anything? Send your comments to firstname.lastname@example.org@rtpi.org.uk Join the debate @RTPIPlanners or #map4england
NPPF Outstanding Issues Resources Good plans in good time Strategic Planning Will it work ?