New article "Planning Errors" in our Compendium

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published on 26/01/2024

Planning can be thought of as the mental process of anticipating future actions. When things go wrong in the planning process, that is referred to as a planning error. Such errors affect either the intended or the actual outcomes or characteristics of the affected projects. However, planning theory rarely addresses errors, in spite of the countless ways in which mistakes can be made.

Read more in our Compendium of Urban and Regional Development in the entry "Planning Errors" authored by Walter Schönwandt and Sabrina Brenner.