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The existence of central guidance does not change the fact that the essence of the system lies at local government level and in the locally prepared development plans. It is for local planning authorities to determine how best their areas should be developed in the light of national guidance and local concerns, following public consultation. This remains a genuinely locally based system. That it has remained so stems in no small part from its ability to reflect effectively the concerns of the different interested parties, including central government.
7 of the White Paper it stated that: 34 DEVELOPING REGIONAL PLANNING GUIDANCE IN THE 1980S such arrangements may not be needed in all areas but local authorities are free to take the initiative in setting up similar arrangements where there are matters that can usefully be addressed on a regional or subregional basis. 8, that: where guidance is issued by the Secretary of State, the counties must have regard to it in preparing their statements of county planning policies and the districts in preparing their development plans; both the statements and development plans must be consistent with any relevant national and regional planning guidance.
Other measures may be necessary to deliver the objectives. Since the move to the plan-led system, greater emphasis has been placed on bringing other activities together with planning objectives. There should be no inconsistency between government programmes and the plan-led system, because all the programmes must work within the local planning framework. If the framework is effective, it should help to channel activity and support into those areas that will help to see it implemented. This is true across a range of activities: • local authority transport programmes should flow from their development plan policies • economic and housing strategies should also be consistent with plans and so funding in these areas should support plan aims • regeneration agencies such as English Partnerships are charged with working within the development plan framework Achieving consistency in these areas is primarily the task of the local authorities that are responsible for developing the different strategies and bids.
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