Plan monitoring: Are we getting it right? (Part 2) - an update on monitoring the Greater Vancouver Regional District's Livable Region Strategic Plan
In the November 1997 issue of Plan Canada, Alan Young summarized the 1997 CIP Conference session titled Plan Monitoring: Are we getting it right?. The session included a general overview of monitoring and case studies of how Calgary and Greater Vancouver are approaching the challenges of plan monitoring. A year later, the Greater Vancouver Regional District (GVRD) completed an annual report, while further developing various aspects of a monitoring program for the Livable Region Strategic Plan (LRSP). These efforts have answered some questions, raised others, and helped us learn about the possibilities and pitfalls of plan monitoring.
Identifier (Other)DOI: 10.25316/IR-1555
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