Britain has been majorly influenced by its constraint to infuse EU’s principles and development directives that would suit the EU region primarily. This has made its discretionary power less usable and it has not been able to implement exactly what it desired, that is to reduce the urban rural divide that has been the talk of the planners for a while. China, in its primary goal of economic development, has embraced planning process that has an economic agenda and to keep the cultural values intact, it has been able to adopt western practices until now but in the process has not answered the old question of rising inequality between urban and rural population. Britain has been influenced by the EU culture and its requirements to mould in ways which would benefit the EU nation and its hybrid style motto, but has been limited in its efforts of addressing the increasing inequality in a developed nation which is quite surprising. Chinese cultures has been bitten by the western bug and they have adopted the western work culture and blended it with their ancient and rich tradition which is reflected in the country’s planning systems and zones where modern and heritage Chinese style structures share boundaries.