Master planning is aimed at determining community goals and aspirations, helping us work together to create a comprehensive plan that will dictate policy for land use, recreation, housing, transportation and utilities.
The master plan does not need to encompass large geographical locations but they are designed to review a number of topics and cover long-term ambitions. Quite often, public consultation is required when a master plan is produced and urban planners are always involved.
Plans need to be created, evaluated and then finally adopted, so there are many steps to take into consideration. It`s also important to monitor a plan as it is being implemented so that any changes that occur during the whole process can be amended successfully, without any problems developing.
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