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Community Planning


Mise en place is a French term referring to having all the ingredients necessary for a dish prepared and ready to combine up to the point of cooking. Applying this to rurban planning projects, aligning stakeholders and overcoming cross boundary and inter-governance issues is imperative to a successful and timely implementation. Experiencing the practical application of this while researching the new Strategic Development Plan process in Scotland, I found that cooperation between local authorities was the key to success, and when the process failed it was the regional residents who were ultimately impacted the greatest. 


Additional work samples coming soon. 

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