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Ashford’s Integrated Alternatives. Effective decision-making: Toward adaptive and adapted planning. Melanie Muro, Paul Jeffrey & Brian McIntosh Cranfield Water Science Institute. Ashford‘s growth programme – A learning opportunity. Planning key mechanism for delivering sustainable development

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Effective decision making toward adaptive and adapted planning

Ashford’s Integrated Alternatives

Effective decision-making: Toward adaptive and adapted planning

Melanie Muro, Paul Jeffrey & Brian McIntosh

Cranfield Water Science Institute


Ashford s growth programme a learning opportunity
Ashford‘s growth programme –A learning opportunity

  • Planning key mechanism for delivering sustainable development

  • No pre-defined single model of and pathway to sustainability

  • What can be done in planning practice to help promote the uptake of sustainability principles in local development plans and encourage innovative technologies and practices?


Factors shaping planning
Factors shaping planning

* Based on document analysis and interviews


Regulatory framework one size fits all
Regulatory framework – One size fits all?

  • National targets / frameworks might result in inappropriate policies & outcomes

  • Regulations fail to provide incentives to innovative solutions


Institutional arrangements closing the implementation gap
Institutional arrangements – Closing the implementation gap?

  • Stakeholder preferences shape policy framing

  • Burden to demonstrate effectiveness, costs & benefits of new solutions on local authorities


Knowledge and learning room for trial and error
Knowledge and learning – Room for trial and error?

  • Evolving & emerging policy fields test planners’ expertise


Effective decision making adaptive adapted planning
Effective decision-making –Adaptive & adapted planning

  • Flexible regulatory framework

    • Allow room for manoeuvre for developing local solutions

    • Regulations need to keep up with innovation & knowledge


Effective decision making adaptive adapted planning1
Effective decision-making – Adaptive & adapted planning

  • Continuous process of plan evaluation & updating

    • Allow space & time for reflection

    • Accept failure as a learning opportunity


Effective decision making adaptive adapted planning2
Effective decision-making – Adaptive & adapted planning

  • Opportunities for knowledge exchange

    • Capacity-building within organisations

    • Include researchers & delivery partners in experiments/pilots (KTP)

    • ‘Bridging organisations’ to collate & disseminate experiences


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