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Title: Some insights into the intersection of physical planning and governance in Zimbabwe
Authors: Chakwizira, J
Mashiri, MAM
Keywords: Physical planning
Governance
Zimbabwe
Collaborative planning partnerships
Infrastructure
Systems
Issue Date: Apr-2008
Citation: Chakwizira, J and Mashiri, MAM. 2008. Some insights into the intersection of physical planning and governance in Zimbabwe. Shaping the future. Planning Africa Conference 2008, Johannesburg, South Africa, 14-16 April 2008, pp 178-200
Abstract: This paper presents some insights into the intersection of physical planning and governance in Zimbabwe. It argues that the major theoretical, policy and practice discourses - explaining the intersection of physical planning and governance - relate to the disconnect between the evolution and evolving colonial and post- colonial inward-looking transformation and developmental agenda and approaches as contrasted to the contemporary outward-looking, globally-orientated and overarching principles and framework agenda and approaches. The paper further argues for the application of a context-specific governance-driven physical planning model that has, at its core, the need to provide collaborative planning partnerships and robust implementation frameworks in tandem with key spatial development drivers, themes, patterns and impacts, as a necessary and viable starting position
Description: Shaping the future. Planning Africa Conference 2008, Johannesburg, South Africa, 14-16 April , 2008
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10204/2940
ISBN: 9780620402873
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