Crowded places - the planning system and counter-terrorism
Provides practical advice for planners and designers in incorporating counter-terrorism measures to reduce vulnerability of crowded places to terrorist attack. Contains specific advice on how counter-terrorism protective security measures can be incorporated into new developments whilst ensuring that they are of high design quality.
Superseded by Crowded places - the planning system and counter-terrorism: January 2012 (Home Office, 2012). Supersedes Working together to protect crowded places - a consultation document and Safer places: a counter terrorism supplement - a consultation document (both Home Office, 2009). To be read with Working together to protect crowded places; Crowded places - impact assessment of guidance; and Protecting crowded places - design and technical issues (all Home Office, 2010; Safer places - the planning system and crime prevention (ODPM, 2004) and Planning policy statement 1: delivering sustainable development (ODPM, 2005).
The Home Office is the government department responsible for immigration and passports, drugs policy, counter-terrorism and police.
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