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Urban and Environmental Planning in the UK (2nd Edition)

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Red Globe Press

Pages: 399
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Planning, Environment, Cities

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07 April 2003

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21 April 2003

$49.99

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21 April 2003

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07 April 2003

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The second edition of this innovative introduction to urban and environmental planning combines comprehensive coverage of institutions and procedures with detailed analysis of the economic and political context of planning,...

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The second edition of this innovative introduction to urban and environmental planning combines comprehensive coverage of institutions and procedures with detailed analysis of the economic and political context of planning, its historical development and competing theoretical approaches. Extensively revised and updated to take account of changes in the context and content of planning into New Labour's second term, extensive use is made throughout of case studies, summary charts and exhibits to bring the subject to life.

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  • Comprehensively revised edition of a successful text
  • Provides an innovative introduction to urban and environmental planning in the UK
  • Extensive use of case studies, summary charts and exhibits

Introduction
PART I: THE DEVELOPMENT OF PLANNING POLICY AND THEORY
Establishing the Planning System
Postwar Planning: Consensus and Crisis
The Impact of Thatcherism
Towards the Third Way in Planning
PART 2: THE POLITICS AND ECONOMICS OF PLANNING
Planning and the State
Agencies, Quangos and the European Union
Lobbies and Interests
Planners as Professionals
Planning and the Market
PART 3: PLANNING TODAY
Land Use Planning
Environmental Regulation
Countryside Policy
Regeneration and Conservation
PART 4: ASSESSING PLANNING
The Impact of Planning: Assessing the Process
Conclusion: Planning for the Future.

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YVONNE RYDIN is Reader in Environmental Planning, London School of Economics.

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YVONNE RYDIN is Reader in Environmental Planning, London School of Economics.

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