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Implementation addresses how development will actually happen, putting strategies and processes in place to ensure successful delivery. Clients need to have a structure in place to facilitate and review implementation and ensure that the aspirations of the plan are met.

Managing implementation

Put the implementation strategy into practice. This is about coordinating delivery to an agreed timescale and budget in a way that achieves the quality of place you planned for.

Developing mechanisms to deliver quality

Select the right tools and techniques to help you stay focused on quality throughout the implementation phase. Be clear about what purpose they serve and how they will be operated and monitored.

Preparing a design code

For some large and complex projects, you can set out more detailed instructions for implementation by preparing a design code. This operates in conjunction with a spatial plan such as a masterplan or strategic framework.

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