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We understand our customers, so we know that not everyone wants to get good marks. Many lads fear that they will be shunned if they betray signs of ability. What good are straight As if they make you a Norman no-mates?
That is why PWP lets you choose the grade of essay you want. Our "normal 2:1" is our best seller, but the "cool loafer/just about a 2.2" is increasingly popular. Executive club members can purchase from our first-class or masters with distinction catalogue.
Exclusively to readers of Planning, here is a sample of what we offer.
The essay question is: "Planning is often accused of imposing costs that undermine business competitiveness. How might planning be reformed to tackle this weakness without sacrificing the other benefits that it brings?" Here is the opening of our "brainbuster" first-class essay:
"There is an irony in the Treasury's angst-ridden perception that the English planning system is undermining competitiveness in an age of increasing globalisation. The heavy briefing that accompanied the publication of the interim report of the review of land-use planning (Barker, 2006) cranked out Whitehall's stale, parochial recipes of the past 25 years about speed, efficiency and flexibility.
This essay will acknowledge and critically address these purported remedies, before turning to analyse what can be learned from the way that planning instruments and policies operate in the economic heartlands of a major global competitor, the USA.
An institutionalist analysis will be employed to unpick 'mental models' and 'organisational forms' (see Jenkins and Smith, 2001) from the diverse experiences of regulation practices revealed by the survey of the 50 largest US metropolitan areas by Pendall, Puentes and Martin (2006) for the Brookings Institute.
Developing from this catalytic fusion of theory and evidence, the case will be made that a further dose of statutory reform carries a double inevitability - it will be attempted and it will fail. Instead, decentralisation and innovation is advocated in city-regions through experiments with US approaches such as growth management and infrastructure regulation."
Alternatively, the "cool loafer" version starts like this: "Since it emerged way back in the mists of time, planning has been accused of imposing costs that undermine businesses competitiveness. The question is how might it be reformed? Being as how this complaint has been around a long time and clever people like Lord Treasury - who was called Gordon Brown before he became Lord Treasury, although some still call him Gordon Brown - do not know what to do about it, it is not going to be easy to come up with an answer, is it? Who knows how it might be reformed? Only time will tell."
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