By Shostakovich Dmitri.
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Futures’ must symbolise some goods, some qualities and some virtues that the present lacks (diversity, sustainability, equity, spatial quality, inclusiveness and accountability). Considering quality, virtues and values is a way of describing the sort of place we want to live in, or think we should live in. 2 Four-Track Approach The ‘new’ strategic spatial planning approach is operationalised in a four-track approach (Fig. 1). The four tracks (Albrechts, van den Broeck, Verachtert, Leroy, & van Tatenhove, 1999; van den Broeck, 1987, 2001) can be seen as working tracks: the first for the vision, the second for the short-term and long-term actions, the third for the involvement of the key actors and, finally, the fourth for a more permanent process (mainly at the local level) involving the broader public in major decisions.
In this way mutual understanding can be built up, a sort of ‘social and intellectual capital’ (Innes, 1996; see also the more critical view of Mayer, 2003). To make formal decision-making and implementation more responsive to the context and to the agreements reached during the plan-making process, the four-track approach invites politicians, citizens, sector experts and all actors of the arenas in which they meet to be active in the entire process, from start to finish, including the agenda setting, the design of plans, the political ratification and the practical implementation (Flyvbjerg, 2002).
The capacity of a strategic spatial planning system to deliver the desired outcomes is dependent not only on the system itself but also on the conditions underlying it. These conditions – including political, cultural and professional attitudes towards spatial planning (in terms of planning the content and the process) and the political will on the part of the institutions involved in setting the process in motion – affect the ability of planning systems to implement the chosen strategies. Strategic spatial planning is selective and oriented to issues that really matter.
24 preludes and fugues for piano. by Shostakovich Dmitri.