ISSUES2010 No.2
Editor’s Note: As a tool of regulating land utilization in urban areas by way of setting up and putting into force a series of planning and design guidelines, the institution of regulatory planning, so-called Detailed Control Planning in Chinese context, was introduced into China in the early 1980s. It became a part of the statutory urban planning system of China in the early 1990s and then a binding regulation for urban management in the 2000s, in order to meet the new challenges along with rapid urban development and socio-economic transition; for example, the transformation of urban construction from free land-use without time limit to paid land-use with time limit, the shift of planning administration from direct intervention via orders to overall supervision through legislative, economic and administrative measures, and the requirement for urban management to strengthen the scientificity, authority, flexibility and operability of urban plans. In its short history in China, the regulatory planning has been greatly developed in accordance with specific Chinese situations and plays a more and more important role in China’s urban development.

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