Neighbourhood environment improvement plans: Community empowerment, voluntary collaboration and legislative design
This article examines a bold and imaginative experiment in facilitative regulation: the Neighbourhood Environment Improvement Plan (NEIP). It explores the NEIP's regulatory objectives and techniques, connecting them to similar approaches and trends discussed in the regulatory literature, before outlining the NEIP's achievements, limitations and challenges. It is argued that although NEIPs have the potential to provide an innovative and much needed tool to address complex second generation...[Show more]
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