Meaning of PLANNING in English

PLANNING

noun

COLLOCATIONS FROM OTHER ENTRIES

a family planning clinic (= giving advice about how to prevent pregnancy )

There are family planning clinics all over the country.

a planning application (= an official request for permission to build something )

We have lodged a planning application for a housing development on the site.

a planning committee British English (= one that considers requests to build new buildings )

Several concerns were raised at the planning committee.

city planning

corporate planning/strategy (= the activity of planning what a big company needs to do to succeed )

Roche is the man in charge of corporate planning.

family planning

a family planning clinic

long-range planning/plan/forecast etc

a long-range weather forecast

the long-range goal of the project

planning approval (= official approval needed before building something )

The construction work will be subject to planning approval.

planning consent British English (= consent to build a new building or change an old one )

You will need to apply for planning consent.

planning permission (= official permission to build a new building or change an existing one )

The bank has applied for planning permission to redevelop a 1¼-acre site.

planning permission

planning regulations (= relating to what buildings can be built in an area )

The house must be demolished because it does not conform to planning regulations.

planning restrictions (= legal restrictions on what buildings can be built somewhere )

There are government proposals to relax planning restrictions on green belt areas around cities.

strategic planning

strategic planning meetings

town planning

COLLOCATIONS FROM CORPUS

■ ADJECTIVE

careful

If work is needed in all of these areas, careful planning will be as important as hard work.

One solution to this problem is for two or more classes to collaborate on a project. Careful planning is necessary.

Thus production processes require careful planning and controlling. 2.

This can involve materials already in school, some supplementary materials or the careful planning of a visit or trip.

I would argue that this careful planning of activities is already the current practice of many teachers.

This demands careful planning well ahead of the requirement.

By teatime, Landless was well pleased with his day's work and the careful planning which had gone into it.

This needs careful planning and it makes sense to start saving early.

central

In the end these separate plans are cobbled together by a central planning department and adjusted to make them compatible.

For the government, acceptance of central planning did not stand or fall on the issue of nationalisation.

The plan stressed the role of central planning in the allocation of key materials and products, and in finance.

The organisation of the planning process tends to be done in corporate head office by a central corporate planning department.

But any notion of a central planning authority, with if not exactly omnipotent powers over other government departments, soon foundered.

The years of central planning had already produced food shortages in a country where livestock outnumber people by about 12 to one.

This is a clear indication of a central principle of planning for Cramlington.

The concept of negotiation would seem fairly central to the planning of effective projects.

corporate

It is important not to read Quinn as calling for the destruction of formal corporate planning or rational analysis.

In addition to the informal discussions, corporate planning departments require knowledge of the business environments for their formal roles in the planning process.

The directors of the seven remaining companies agreed to interviews of their corporate planning managers or themselves.

And this normally will not be in some remote centralised corporate planning department.

Consequently, the arguments presented in this section should not be used to dismiss centralized corporate planning .

In fact, many corporate planning departments were significantly reduced in size or even abandoned around this time.

The organisation of the planning process tends to be done in corporate head office by a central corporate planning department.

Nevertheless, whether corporate planning has become a reality is a separate issue.

detailed

It took nearly two weeks of detailed discussion by planning officers of all three services to work out the denials.

To allow these freedoms and pursue detailed academic planning requires sophisticated and reliable forecasting.

Making a business succeed is not simple - even the best ideas and skills need detailed planning and sound business sense.

Techniques for detailed planning and monitoring of projects are described in the next chapter.

His initial prescription was a cure based on State control of production and on detailed planning of labour.

Mass production methods call for detailed planning and sophisticated control procedures.

Without intricate and detailed planning the construction of a building would be slow, wasteful and chaotic.

Along with the relevant directorates of the MoD, it furnishes financial and other guidelines to the General Staff for its detailed planning .

economic

This shift, however, has had a geographically uneven impact, both between and within the economic planning regions.

Another generation of Labour leaders, in the 1960s, were still left to search for the Holy Grail of economic planning .

Members of the economic development and planning subcommittee voted to refuse planning permission after a site visit yesterday.

The research examines this conclusion since it is at variance with rational economic planning .

The war had required a high degree of economic planning , much of which was carried over into peacetime.

By the end of the 1980s central economic planning was in retreat, even in its heartland.

Thus they contributed greatly to the popularity of national economic planning which underpinned Labour's election victory in 1945.

These events - especially those relating to international finance - had a major impact on the approach to economic planning .

financial

To enable them to fulfil these tasks UDCs have been granted extensive financial , planning and land acquisition powers.

They can offer services such as tax advice, financial planning services and executorship.

Yet if you want to ensure a trouble-free retirement, it's never too early to start financial planning .

It says there has been difficulty in convincing both presbyteries and congregations of the need for financial planning for the future.

The involvement of an increasing number of staff in financial planning is another interesting area.

He took his top fifty officers to a resort to hold their annual financial planning meeting.

Marketing; Financial planning and control.

Both categories provide some useful financial planning opportunities.

forward

A bit of forward planning would have ensured a sum was put aside in the budget.

In each of the schools, the library was clearly still high on the agenda for forward planning and review.

Findings relate to expenditure, degree of forward planning , objectives, workforce attitudes, management awareness and use of consultancies.

The message which emerges is clearly one of forward planning to avoid any undesirable over-involvement in management decisions.

It is often said that chess helps broaden the mind, promoting logical thought and forward planning .

A new system for forward planning in Britain was established in 1972.

Leading the directorate and advising the honourary officers and committees on policy and forward planning is part of the role.

Clearly some forward planning in 1992 would have given him the opportunity to organise his affairs and avoid many of his problems.

local

The guidelines introduce into local planning the concept of protecting the environment through sustainable development.

In addition to these national nature reserves, local planning authorities, in consultation with the Council, may also establish local nature reserves.

The Government is rightly giving more responsibility to local authorities for planning and decision making, while still providing the necessary framework.

A postal survey is being conducted to provide a comprehensive national profile of computer use in local authority planning departments.

However, seek the advice of your local planning department first.

Conservation Areas Rather like small urban AONBs except that they are designated by the local planning authority as part of their planning function.

This is an indication of how far government policy has undermined local planning authority priorities on the ground.

This recommendation was not accepted, and thus local planning authorities can extinguish a non-conforming use only by paying compensation.

regional

These powers of a regional planning authority in relation to development control are essentially rights of intervention to give effect to regional planning policies.

However, the present government's stance on market forces makes a return to interventionist regional planning unlikely.

In a short period of rapid theoretical development the emergent core of regional planning principles and practices strengthened considerably.

Defence requirements and regional planning procedures ... Changes in the presentation of defence estimates ... There are no great mysteries.

They further suggest that regional planning would limit any unconstrained growth arising from operating what is essentially a reimbursement system.

Progress is being made towards establishing regional planning guidance in all the regions.

The notion of regional planning received a great fillip from Unwin's proposals for London prepared between 1929 and 1933.

social

That stage is part of what is involved in social care planning .

This can range from education and social services to planning and construction.

The next move in social care planning was to advise the daughter and son-in-law to leave, applying to be rehoused.

These cases demonstrate that social care planning involves far more than slotting in occasional services piece meal, as they are available.

Family support services. 5. Social care planning to mobilize packages of care. 6.

The theory of guided authorities draws its strength from Glennerster's work on social planning for elderly and mentally handicapped people.

This piece of work demanded a bio-psychosocial approach and social care planning finally culminating in a family meeting.

The prerogatives attached to shareholding at present would have to be broken to permit the development of social planning and enterprise democracy.

strategic

It intends to offer customers strategic business planning as well as interoperability strategies for the future.

Some, such as strategic planning or transportation, require far wider areas than others, such as housing or the Personal social services.

Although Mr Lamont will have day-to-day control of budget planning , Mr Major will take charge of the overall strategic planning role.

By definition, strategic planning is remote; about locating highways and airports.

It has a strategic planning function.

Ironically, a formal process of strategic planning often does more to inhibit than to enhance innovative conceptual thinking ....

Intelligence, even codebreaking, is at best only a fragmented adjunct to strategic planning .

This is soon to be published in draft and will provide a strategic planning framework for the region to the year 2005.

■ NOUN

application

According to the planning application , which is dated January 1991, the estimated overall cost of the scheme is £51 million.

So far no planning application has been made. 4.

Schooners Restaurant, in Bondgate, has been the subject of planning applications since 1989 when the restaurant closed.

In the early 1970s the concern was with the enormous increase in planning applications and planning appeals.

How to comment on a proposal: When you make observations on a planning application you should only comment on planning grounds.

The planning application was given the go-ahead by local planners at East Hampshire District Council last week.

Hambleton District Council has reviewed the way in which it deals with planning applications .

The issue will be discussed by the council's planning applications sub-committee on Wednesday.

authority

These powers of a regional planning authority in relation to development control are essentially rights of intervention to give effect to regional planning policies.

In principle, a planning authority can only grant what is actually applied for or a part of it.

They are the local planning authority for their designated areas.

All this highlighted the need for more land to be allocated by planning authorities for development.

The intention was that the commission would work harmoniously with local planning authorities and form an important addition to the planning machinery.

The planning authorities of the various London boroughs had no knowledge of 27 of the sites.

But the planning authorities could not resist all new development.

care

That stage is part of what is involved in social care planning .

The next move in social care planning was to advise the daughter and son-in-law to leave, applying to be rehoused.

These cases demonstrate that social care planning involves far more than slotting in occasional services piece meal, as they are available.

Social care planning to mobilize packages of care. 6.

The letting and operation of such contracts could have a profound effect on health care planning .

The St Helens project was initiated and led by the health authority but really managed by the joint care planning team.

Thus, with Type I systems, authorities have considerable potential for health care planning to meet the needs of their populations.

clinic

Anyone, married or single, male or female, young or not-so-young can go to a family planning clinic .

Cartwright found that the lower socio-economic groups made less use of such local health services as ante-natal clinics or family planning clinics.

Did you tell me where the family planning clinics were, what they do, what age you can get the Pill?

I did make an appointment at the local family planning clinic .

I know now that you can get Durex free from family planning clinics , but not many people know that.

But then how many fellas will go into a family planning clinic ?

Some family planning clinics will also arrange for you to be given a blood test.

So, make an appointment at your family planning clinic or go and talk to your college doctor.

committee

These are just two reasons why an environmental impact survey is needed but the planning committee have not considered this.

He will also tell the island's planning committee that it should go forward to public consultation and a public meeting.

This was not passed on to the planning committee .

I understand that the report to the planning committee claimed the Parish Council had no objections. 4.

A report to Midlothian's planning committee recommends the proposal gets the go ahead.

Air traffic control and other facilities could be shared, Coun Mike Hughes, chairman of Warrington's planning committee , said.

I trust you will bring these comments to the attention of your planning committee when they meet to discuss this application.

consent

The deal is conditional on the supermarket group obtaining planning consent to build a store on the site.

With it went planning consent for the sheltered accommodation units.

It is intended that priority then will be given to obtaining planning consent for this Section.

It should also take account of planning consent already given, making planners consider communities as an integrated whole.

Potton can advise on land sales and required planning consent .

First, to improve the conditions that can be imposed on a planning consent for the restoration of mineral working.

Third, to deal with mineral workings where the working itself has ceased but the planning consent still remains outstanding.

control

Gordon has extensive experience of the textile industry, specialising in production and planning control .

It is quite obvious that planning control over agriculture is not strong enough.

The greater the amount of planning control , the greater did the gap become.

Labour's planning controls and proposals for access would be directly contrary to the interests of farmers in the United Kingdom.

Though a crown body, it did not operate as such and thus was subject to the same planning control as private developers.

Dobry's scheme was an heroic attempt to improve the planning control system to everyone's satisfaction.

It continued under this legislation until 1958 and, though usually constituting development, was outside the scope of planning control .

It would be highly beneficial to the natural environment if additions to existing works could also be made subject to planning control .

curriculum

Again there is a considerable literature on the use of aims and objectives in curriculum planning that casts doubts on its efficacy.

The arguments for and against this approach to curriculum planning and evaluation are well documented elsewhere.

Most important is discussion of curriculum planning and curriculum carrying-out by you and your governing body.

Before asking whether others should be involved, however, it is worth asking if teachers are presently involved in curriculum planning .

In two other respects certain Institutes developed important machinery for curriculum planning .

They are all part of that continuing process of gaining experience in rational curriculum planning which forms the theme of this book.

The international evidence of teacher involvement in curriculum planning indicates little possibility for ordinary teachers.

This is easy for lecturers to forget in the concern with syllabuses, materials and all the paperwork that curriculum planning involves.

department

In the end these separate plans are cobbled together by a central planning department and adjusted to make them compatible.

In addition to the informal discussions, corporate planning departments require knowledge of the business environments for their formal roles in the planning process.

The planning department of this sixth company questioned the usefulness of determining key environmental issues, particularly given the effort involved.

And this normally will not be in some remote centralised corporate planning department .

The organisation of the planning process tends to be done in corporate head office by a central corporate planning department .

officer

It was organised by county archaeologist Mike Hughes and chaired by Tim Greenwood, deputy county planning officer .

It took nearly two weeks of detailed discussion by planning officers of all three services to work out the denials.

The Parish Council were strongly opposed to this development and a letter was sent to the planning officer stating their views.

If you have not had time to object, contact the planning officer and ask for extra time.

But Gravesham Council planning officers arrived with their tape measures after a complaint from a neighbour.

Try to get the support and interest of the planning officers who will be presenting the case to their committee.

Last night his 46-year-old father Richard, a planning officer , was flying out to identify his body.

permission

Later that month a meeting of Ovens residents decided to appeal formally against the planning permission .

Collinson was gunned down after ordering bulldozers to demolish the bungalow which Dryden had built without planning permission .

But in the course of the conveyancing, it emerges that planning permission was not obtained.

They've even Bot planning permission to put warehouses in the field at the bottom of our garden.

However, this must be done within six months of planning permission being refused.

Sir Andrew is seeking planning permission for the work near Newbury, Berks.

They allow local authorities to give advanced planning permission for specified types of development within defined areas.

It is shortly to apply for planning permission to extend the pits.

policy

These powers of a regional planning authority in relation to development control are essentially rights of intervention to give effect to regional planning policies .

Skipbridge Village was rejected by the policy resources committee because it was contrary to planning policies.

Most households left the cities through unplanned decentralization, but some were moved as a result of specific planning policies .

Mr Patten yesterday issued a draft housing planning policy guidance note, which will update previous documents.

The population growth study took into account both accessibility and the impact of planning policies , including constraints such as green belts.

These areas have particularly attractive landscape features and are protected by planning policies .

What we have, we hold: The decision not to build in Foxley Wood leaves vital questions of planning policy unanswered.

They come into effect next month and we shall issue planning policy guidance later this month.

process

In addition to the informal discussions, corporate planning departments require knowledge of the business environments for their formal roles in the planning process .

Behaviour is just as amenable to a planning process as, say, constructing a building.

Therefore we need to consider a model of decision making which can be applied to the planning process .

In five companies this is achieved by the circulation of planning guidelines at the start of the planning process .

All this can be done without interfering with the operational or planning processes currently under way in the organization.

regulation

Cherwell Council is now trying to close the kennels under planning regulations .

Businessman John Foy and his wife Sally have been told the Pounds 250,000 house must go because it flouts planning regulations .

Businesses operate within such a framework; they must observe planning regulations and comply with employment legislation.

But the council says it's breaking planning regulations .

Tewkesbury Borough Council says it has a duty to uphold planning regulations .

Externally, walls can be of rendering, timber, brick, tile hung or stone - according to taste and planning regulations .

stage

Other events are at the planning stage but the committee always welcomes any suggestions from staff or offers of help.

Then talk to a building society at the planning stage .

The Cleveland scheme is well down the list of schemes in the planning stages .

Voice over Oxfordshire County Council wants service areas included in motorways right from the planning stage .

The major limitation of this algorithm is the quality of the simulation in the planning stage .

Courses of preparation for the new Project 2000 type education and training are in the planning stage .

Estimated cost: £30,000 Staff time would be significant in the planning stages , less so during filming and post production.

At the initial planning stage there is probably no need to worry too much about the three attainment targets.

system

Now what about the one balancing factor, the planning system ?

More than 40 years' experience of the planning system has established a powerful plan-making bureaucracy in central and local government.

We have long believed the land use planning system is a vital mechanism for ensuring environmental protection and enhancement.

We then consider the objectives and operation of the post-war planning system .

The Land Commission had to work within the framework of the planning system .

It follows that the planning system should concern itself with ways of improving the process to respond to demand.

An equally important aim is to ensure that the planning system continues to protect and enhance the environment.

A new planning system was worked out and new research methods forged.

town

It was to these issues that town planning had to respond.

It is strong in technological subjects and has an important department of architecture and town planning .

This novel and distinctive economic backcloth to the inter-war years had a number of important consequences for town planning .

The fact was that the activity of town planning had little specific to say about urban reconstruction.

Britain remained wedded to its Unwin-esque traditions in housing design and layout and to the statutory town planning which we have described.

The notion of town planning and its profession of technically qualified practitioners inevitably stood to be beneficiaries in this context.

The town planning ship ran into choppy waters and it remains in uncertain seas.

It was a crucial decision and town planning in Britain was immeasurably influenced by it.

■ VERB

apply

A developer could go ahead without applying for planning permission, or could even ignore a refusal of permission.

It also applied for planning permission to dump at another site it owned at Barnahely, Ringaskiddy.

The Fowlers claim just 3 weeks after he bought the property, Mr Mackarness had applied for planning permission.

This would require farmers to apply for planning permission as is the case with other commercial or industrial developments.

Therefore we need to consider a model of decision making which can be applied to the planning process.

The final decision on where to apply for planning permission to build is certain to be taken on political grounds.

The travellers have now applied for retrospective planning permission.

consider

This was an alternative route we had considered in planning so we were dismayed by fresh news.

The application will be considered by a planning committee.

This should be considered very carefully when planning visitor facilities, provision of goods, services, information and promotional campaigns.

In considering applications for planning permission, planning authorities will take into account the provisions of the development plan.

I have not been referred to any case which has directly considered the interplay between planning permission and the law of nuisance.

On Monday the scheme will be considered by the planning sub-committee of Buckinghamshire county council.

Environmental advisers join the team to ensure the best environmental practices are considered during planning and design.

grant

There is no question but that they granted planning permission for Killingholme.

To enable them to fulfil these tasks UDCs have been granted extensive financial, planning and land acquisition powers.

Some three months later An Bord Pleanala granted planning permission for the dump, subject to 18 conditions.

Council must take the guidelines into account when deciding whether to grant planning permission for new developments.

On 28 February Cork County Council was to meet to decide whether to grant planning permission.

For example, planning authorities may grant planning permission unconditionally or subject to such conditions as they think fit.

Developments of this sort can not be carried out without planning permission granted by local planning authority.

In addition to the General Development Order, it is possible for Parliament itself to grant specific planning permission.

involve

This may or may not have involved departmental heads in planning induction sessions with year or house heads for in-coming pupils.

That stage is part of what is involved in social care planning .

But beyond this officials may be even more directly involved in policy planning .

And it involves planning to rule over the people of the province without seeking their votes.

Before asking whether others should be involved , however, it is worth asking if teachers are presently involved in curriculum planning .

She says the branch will be getting involved in potentially controversial planning applications.

The three senior officials are generally involved in policy and planning issues and the management and co-ordination of pollution control operations.

And especially those, whether by accident or design, involved in family planning .

refuse

Members of the economic development and planning subcommittee voted to refuse planning permission after a site visit yesterday.

The council says a holy coal house doesn't qualify as a home improvement and has refused planning permission.

Furthermore, an applicant who had been refused planning permission could appeal to the ministry.

require

Thus production processes require careful planning and controlling. 2.

Clearance applications require planning as it may take up to 30 days to obtain clearance.

This will not necessarily require planning permission.

Mining operations on new sites require planning permission in the ordinary way.

What is required is careful business planning by the managers and directors of the companies concerned.

If such efforts are required , the planning of the display was in error.

The Parish Council are of the opinion the satellite dish requires planning approval and it appears that no application has been made.

PHRASES FROM OTHER ENTRIES

advance planning/warning/booking etc

For course details details and advance booking forms contact:.

However, Redmond and Manschreck acknowledged that they had not billed for or received any money for the advance planning.

If we could list those we'd have advance warning of shortage problems on the assembly lines two months before they occur.

It will also repay advance bookings.

Perhaps the most widely used online service is travel planning, both to research a destination and to do advance bookings.

Significant moments in history do not happen without some kind of advance warning.

The most obvious features are the tall watchtowers scattered across the Silk Road to provide advance warning of Xiongnu attack.

forward planning/thinking

A bit of forward planning would have ensured a sum was put aside in the budget.

A little bit of forward thinking years ago has put the Eagles in terrific position now.

But he does want to stimulate constructive forward thinking.

Findings relate to expenditure, degree of forward planning, objectives, workforce attitudes, management awareness and use of consultancies.

His introduction to the art of place-kicking, however, was hardly a result of deep forward planning.

In each of the schools, the library was clearly still high on the agenda for forward planning and review.

It is at this point that proper forward planning and the use of the time log become of crucial importance.

The message which emerges is clearly one of forward planning to avoid any undesirable over-involvement in management decisions.

EXAMPLES FROM CORPUS

A change in circumstances that could not have been predicted exactly does not mean that planning was incorrect in the first place.

By then an issue on women's rights was already in the planning stage.

If work is needed in all of these areas, careful planning will be as important as hard work.

It seems doubtful that much planning was necessary.

Our information services will benefit from longer-term planning than the current annual estimating cycle.

Porter first identifies the problem that will be encountered if one proceeds with portfolio planning without explicit management of these interdependencies.

Therefore we need to consider a model of decision making which can be applied to the planning process.

We can't get planning permission on the coast anymore so we're looking inland.

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