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Module 3 - Outcomes-Led Planning

Module Overview

The aim of the Outcomes-Led Planning training module is to provide an overview of the “outcomes-led planning” approach, that forms part of the ongoing processes of planning, budgeting, fiscal, and reporting reform. It is meant to offer public and private sector stakeholders within the built environment insight into the purpose, tools, and application of outcomes led planning. The module defines what is meant by outcomes-led planning and why it is important. The identification and definition of desired integrated outcomes represent the starting point of the Built Environment Value Chain. The module teases out the current legislative landscape and notes that there have been attempts by various stakeholders to better realise spatial transformation.

The module covers, inter alia:
•  The Definition and Purpose of Outcomes-led Planning
•  The Spatial Restructuring Imperative
•  Planning for Built Environment Outcomes in Cities
•  Articulating Desired Outcomes in a Results-Based Framework
•  BEPP and Built Environment Value Chain
•  Planning and Spatial Targeting
•  Reporting and Built Environment Indicators
•  Institutionalising Outcomes-Led Planning

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