The Egan Review

The Egan Review : Skills for Sustainable Communities

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In April 2003, Sir John Egan was asked by the Deputy Prime Minister to conduct a review to consider the skills needed to help deliver the vision and aims of the Sustainable Communities plan. This report - launched by Sir John Egan and the Deputy Prime Minister on 19th April 2004 - presents the findings of this review and clarifies a definition of 'sustainable community' and supports this with a set of seven components which, together, constitute the 'common goal' that all central and local government officers, service providers, communities, and the private and voluntary sectors should be working more

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  • Paperback | 108 pages
  • 209 x 209mm
  • RIBA Publishing
  • RIBA Enterprises
  • London, United Kingdom
  • Ill.40col.ill.
  • 1859461425
  • 9781859461426

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The Office of the Deputy Prime Minister (ODPM) was created as a central department in its own right in May 2002, and is responsible for policy on housing, planning, devolution, regional and local government and the fire more

Table of contents

1. Foreword by Sir John Egan; 2. Executive Summary; 3. The Common Goal: Defining and Measuring Sustainable Communities; 4. Responsibilities and Processes for Delivery; 5. The Right Skills for the Job; 6. The Way Forward; 7. Annexesshow more