Organizational Behavioural Obstructions Between Planners and Implementing the Development Permit System

Publication Year:
2011
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Repository URL:
https://ir.lib.uwo.ca/lgp-mrps/103
Author(s):
Nethery, Joseph
Tags:
Planning; Public Administration
paper description
This study examines why few municipalities in Ontario have adopted the Development Permit System (DPS). In attempting to identify what relationships exist between organizational behaviours and the consideration of DPS, a survey pre-test and a full survey were administered to various municipalities in Ontario, in addition to a case study of DPS in Carleton Place. The findings reveal that larger municipalities and municipalities with a higher number of Registered Professional Planners tend to consider DPS more often, with statistically significant relationships found between the consideration of DPS and the individual interest of planners, challenging development projects, and male planners.