What is planning process in urban and regional planning?
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The planning process in urban and regional planning is composed of several distinct stages. It begins with the identification of needs and objectives, followed by an analysis of the current situation, a formulation of alternative plans, and finally, the selection of one or more of those plans for implementation.
During each stage, data and evidence must be collected, analyzed, and synthesized, and stakeholders must be engaged to ensure that their needs and priorities are considered. The entire process should be conducted in a transparent and participatory way.