England & Wales Economy and regeneration , Housing and planning

Making sense of a ‘sense of place’: a planning perspective

Summary

Benefits from a strong sense of place range from greater wellbeing through to revitalising a local economy. Planners are crucial to cultivating a sense of place, but there are challenges to putting this into practice.
This is the first in a series of briefings about a sense of place.

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