The Challenge of Spatial Plan Coordination in Urban China: The Case of Suzhou City

@article{Wang2017TheCO,
  title={The Challenge of Spatial Plan Coordination in Urban China: The Case of Suzhou City},
  author={Lei Wang and Jianfa Shen},
  journal={Urban Policy and Research},
  year={2017},
  volume={35},
  pages={180 - 198}
}
Abstract The fragmented and overlapped planning administration, evolved from the planned economy, is the institutional foundation of the spatial planning system in China. Together with the problems of development control, spatial plan coordination of FYP, land use planning and urban planning in urban China thus has been concerned for a long time. This paper explores the dilemmas and relevant mechanisms of spatial plan coordination by a case study of Suzhou city. The empirical analysis shows… Expand
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