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Should LIDs be addressed in national policy? 37 It is perhaps to be expected that the applicants in Pembrokeshire and the planners interviewed in Pembrokeshire believe that LIDs should be addressed in national policy. 10 out of the 11 interviewees in this study believed that LIDs should be addressed in national policy. The only interviewee who did not conclusively state this believed that the government could go further in providing guidance for sustainable development. 38 There are several reasons why it is important that LID is addressed at a national level.

I don’t think any of us could have. Maybe that’s part of its weakness because essentially that was a new settlement in the countryside, whereas I suppose in my head and in the researchers’ heads, they were only thinking about small ones, ones and twos maybe. if you’ve got all the information the SPG asks for, it gives you the breadth and depth of detail you need to make a decent judgement. None of the officers came back to me and said, “there’s a hole, there’s a gap” or anything like that” It was mentioned that there were some problems in assessing proposals: “I think one of the problems we had in assessing this proposal was that some of the description of what they intended to produce and grow, we didn’t really know whether it was possible or not.

124). 19 Hopkins (1996) argues that SPZs would be most applicable to larger permaculture applications. The same could be said for LIDs, that it would be more suitable for LID settlements of a larger scale. SPZs can vary in size. Hopkins (1996) also argues that there may be issues with “enshrining Sustainable Development in an SPZ agreement” (p. 73). This should not be such an issue anymore as there is now, at least, some guidance on what would constitute a sustainable rural development from Fairlie and Chapter 7.

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