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The National Planning Forum
The National Planning Forum (NPF) is the principal cross-sectoral voice on planning issues and aims to be recognised as a key agent for change in delivering a better planning service.
The NPF aspires to “inspire planning” and all those involved in the planning process and in delivering the new planning agenda. It aims to help achieve quality, inspiring places that enhance productivity as well as peoples’ well-being.
The Forum undertakes:
In support of this Mission, the Forum:
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understanding and appraising policy and practice
challenging and researching the issues in spatial planning
sharing ideas and information across sectors and between members
We concentrate on areas in which all sectors have a common interest, aim to be
constructive in all that we do, and avoid duplication of effort.
Represents multi-sectoral views, aiming to reach consensus wherever possible, and informed differences of opinion where not
Acts as a sounding board on planning policy and practice
Promotes good practice across the sectors
Facilitates cross-sectoral networking.
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