16 Line Drawings and 4 B/W Photos
RTPI Library Series, volume 3
'Andreas Faludi and Bas Waterhout have performed an enormous scholarly service, not merely for urbanists, but all serious students of politics.' - Sir Peter Hall
The European Spatial Development Perspective (ESDP) is published in eleven official EU languages and is the most international planning policy document that exists. This book is a unique look at the ESDP offering a snapshot of contemporary European spatial planning.
Foreword by Sir Peter Hall
10 Roots and Context
11 A European Primer
12 Nantes and Turin: The Single Market Casting its Shadow
13 The Hague and Lisbon: Tooling up for Intergovernmental Planning
14 Liège to Leipzig: David and Goliath Working in Tandem
15 Strasbourg, Madrid, Venice: In the Doldrums
16 Noordwjik: A Collective Effort
17 Glasgow and the Consultations: Two Parallel Post-Noordwijk Processes
18 Potsdam: The Crowning Event
19 ‘The Show Must Go On'
|Publisher:||Taylor & Francis|
|Series:||RTPI Library Series|
|Product dimensions:||6.25(w) x 9.25(h) x 0.60(d)|
Table of Contents
Foreword by Sir Peter Hall. Preface. Acknowledgements. Chapter 1. Roots and Context. Chapter 2. A European Primer. Chapter 3. Nantes and Turin - The Single Market Casting its Shadow. Chapter 4. The Hague and Lisbon - Tooling up for Intergovernmental Planning. Chapter 5. Liege to Leipzig - David and Goliath Working in Tandem. Chapter 6. Strasbourg, Madrid, Venice - In the Doldrums. Chapter 7. Noordwijk - A Collective Effort. Chapter 8. Glasgow and the Consultations - Two Parallel Post-Noordwijk Processes. Chapter 9. Potsdam - The Crowning Event. Chapter 10. 'The Show Must Go On'. References.