Where is Planing at the millenium? The post-war Planning acts heralded a new era in which land use became subject to comprehensive control. Fifty years later this system is largly intact. Major questions are now being asked concerning the adequacy of this system for a society which has witnissed major social, economic and political change. 'British Planning' brings together the country's leading analysts of planning and its policy to prsent a state-of-the-art review and analysis. British Plannong will prove invalubale to students, researchers and professionals in planning and Social Policy.
Contributors: Paul Balchin, Philip Booth, David Callies, Lyn Davies, Malcolm Grant, Peter Hall, Ian Hodge, Peter Larkham, Vincent Nadin, John Punter, Michael Purdue, Brian Robson, Yvonne Rydin, Paul Truelove, Urlan Wannop, Stephen Ward, Christopher Wood
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About the Author
Barry Cullingworth is both Emeritus Professor of Urban Affairs at the University of Delaware and Associate of the Dept. of Land Economy at the University of Cambridge.
Table of Contents
Contents: Housing; Zoning; the Planning System; Compensation and Betterment; the Regional Dimension; Countryside Planning; Preservation, Conservation and Heritage; Design; the Role of the Courts; Urban Social Policy; Public Participation; Transport Planning; New Towns; Partnership with the Market; Environmental Planning; the Influence of Europe; International Perspectives.