Floodplain conflicts: regulation and negotiation
Pardoe, Joanna and Penning-Rowsell, Edmund C. and Tunstall, Sylvia M. (2011) Floodplain conflicts: regulation and negotiation. Natural Hazards and Earth System Sciences, 11 (10). pp. 2889-2902. ISSN 1561-8633
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In the continuing shift from engineered solutions towards more holistic methods of managing flood risk, spatial planning has become the primary focus of a conflict between
land and water, water and people. In attempting to strike a balance between making space for water and making space for people, compromises are required. Through five case studies in the UK, this paper analyses the effectiveness of Planning Policy Statement 25 (PPS 25) and the processes
of negotiation that it promotes. This assessment allows us to draw conclusions on the nature of the compromises this kind of negotiation can achieve and the implications of this for flood risk management. What emerges is that the beneficial impacts of decisions to develop floodplain areas are given a proper hearing and sensible conditions imposed, rather than arguments to prevent such development remaining unchallenged.
|Research Areas:||A. > School of Science and Technology > Flood Hazard Research Centre|
|Depositing User:||Miss Lucy Caple|
|Date Deposited:||03 Aug 2012 06:51|
|Last Modified:||09 Oct 2015 15:52|
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