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Town and Country Planning in the UK

Planning in the USA

Barry Cullingworth and Vincent Nadin, Delft University of Technology, the Netherlands

Policies, Issues and Processes

This revised fourteenth edition reinforces this title’s reputation as the bible of British planning. It provides a thorough explanation of planning processes including the institutions involved, tools, systems, policies and changes to land use. Selected Contents: 1. The Nature of Planning 2. The Evolution of Town and Country Planning 3. The Agencies of Planning 4. The Planning Policy Framework 5. The Control of Development 6. Land Policies 7. Planning, the Environment and Sustainable Development 8. Heritage Planning 9. Planning and the Countryside 10. Urban Policies 11. Transport Planning 12. Planning, the Profession and the Public

J. Barry Cullingworth and Roger Caves, San Diego State University, USA This extensively revised and expanded third edition of Planning in the USA continues to provide a comprehensive introduction to the policies, theory and practice of planning. Discussing land use, urban planning and environmental protection policies, this fully illustrated book explains the nature of the planning process and the way in which policy issues are identified, defined and approached. New planning legislation and regulations at the state and federal layers of government are exemplified alongside examples of local ordinances in a variety of planning areas.

2006: 624pp Hb: 978-0-415-35809-5: $200.00 Pb: 978-0-415-35810-1: $69.95 eBook: 978-0-203-00425-8

There are numerous boxed case studies, illustrations, and photographs as well as thoroughly detailed accounts of urbanization in the United States. Planning in the USA is an essential book for students, planners and all who are concerned with the nature of contemporary urban and environmental problems.

Planning, Law and Economics

Selected Contents: Part 1: Planning and Government Part 2: Land Use Regulation Part 3: Growth Management Part 4: Planning and Development Issues Part 5: Environmental Policy and Planning Part 6: Technology in Planning. Conclusion

The Rules We Make for Using Land Barrie Needham, Nijmegen School of Management, the Netherlands Series: RTPI Library Series


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Britain’s New Towns

Making the Metropolitan Landscape

Garden Cities to Sustainable Communities

Standing Firm on Middle Ground

Anthony Alexander, Alan Baxter and Associates, London, UK

Edited by Jacqueline Tatom, Washington University, St. Louis, USA and Jennifer Stauber, Trivers Associates, St. Louis, USA

The New Towns Programme of 1946 to 1970 was one of the most substantial periods of urban development in Britain. The New Towns have often been described as a social experiment; so what has this experiment proved? This book covers the story of how these towns came to be built, how they aged, and the challenges and opportunities they now face as they begin phases of renewal. The new approaches in design throughout their past development reflect changes in society throughout the latter half of the twentieth century. These changes are now at the heart of the challenge of sustainable development. The New Towns provide lessons for social, economic and environmental sustainability. These lessons are of great relevance for the regeneration of twentieth century urbanism and the creation of new urban developments today. Selected Contents: Introduction 1. The New Towns in a New Light Part 1: Planning the New Towns 2. A Bit of a Bombshell 3. The Early New Towns 4. The Later New Towns 5. The Origin of the New Towns Concept Part 2: Building the New Towns 6. The Formulation of the New Towns Programme 7. Principles of New Town Design 8. A Leap into the Unknown Part 3: Living in the New Towns 9. Criticisms of the New Towns 10. How the New Towns Grew Old 11. New Towns in the Age of Sustainable Communities June 2009: 208pp Hb: 978-0-415-47512-9: $140.00 Pb: 978-0-415-47513-6: $51.95

Bringing together for the first time many well known and emerging voices in urban design theory and practice, this volume argues for a progressive and engaged design practice which speaks to the complexity and diversity of American cities. Recognizing that the landscape of the American city has always reflected democratic aspirations, mixed cultural heritage, and practical necessity, this book proposes new frameworks for describing and interpreting today’s metropolitan landscape. Selected Contents: Introduction Jacqueline Tatom. Photo Essay: Identity in the Middle Ground Part 1: Towards a Metropolitan Landscape: Interpreting American Cities 1. The Spatial Transformation and Restructuring of American Cities Peter Rowe 2. The Landscape of Comedy Jacqueline Tatom and Andrea Kahn 3. Landscape Urbanism and the American Agrarian Tradition Charles Waldheim 4. The Uses of History Eric Mumford 5. Urbanism by Numbers: A Quantitative Approach to Urban Form Anne Vernez Moudon Part 2: Towards a Metropolitan Urbanism – Democratic Aspirations, American Pragmatism and Design Practice 6. Pragmatism as Urban Design Gwendolyn Wright 7. Flexibility to Resilience: Directions for Contemporary Practice Hashim Sarkis 8. Multiplicity Ed Robbins 9. Citizenship and Architecture: The Order of the American City Alan Plattus Part 3: Making the Metropolitan Landscape: Action Through Practice 10. Integrating Urban Design and Educational Reform in the Post-Industrial American City Roy Strickland 11. Drawing, Persuasion, Politics: A Case Study in the California Delta Jane Wolff 12. Urban Decisions / Urban Design Charlie Cannon 13. Beijing Sketchbook James Wines Part 4: Programs for a Metropolitan Landscape 14. Elements for Metropolitan Design Jacqueline Tatom and Andrea Kahn April 2009: 256pp Hb: 978-0-415-77410-9: $140.00 Pb: 978-0-415-77411-6: $49.95


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Cities Design and Evolution

The Management Dimension

Stephen Marshall, University College London, UK

Edited by Matthew Carmona and Claudio de Magalhães, both at The Bartlett School of Planning, University College London, UK and Leo Hammond This book draws on three empirical projects to examine the questions of public space management on an international stage. They are set within a context of theoretical debates about public space, its history, contemporary patterns of use and changing nature in western society, and about the new management approaches that are increasingly being adopted. Selected Contents: Part 1: Conceptualising Public Space and its Management 1. The Use and Nature of Public Space 2. Public Space through History 3. Contemporary Debates and Public Space 4. A Typology of Management Approaches Part 2: Investigating Public Space Management 5. Three Studies, Three Related Research Approaches 6. One Country, Multiple Endemic Problems 7. One Country, Twelve Innovative Authorities 8. Eleven Countries, Eleven Innovative Cities 9. Eleven Innovative Cities, Many Ways Forward 10. Two World Cities, Three Iconic Spaces 11. Three Iconic Spaces, Two In-Depth Analyses 12. Debates, Problems and Possible Solutions


Cities Design and Evolution offers an engaging and original narrative that interprets planning philosophies from Modernism to New Urbanism, organic theories from Patrick Geddes to Le Corbusier, and evolutionary thinking from Charles Darwin to Richard Dawkins. The book develops a new evolutionary perspective that recognizes both the ‘designed’ and ‘organic’ nature of cities, and provides a rationale and impetus for fresh approaches to urban planning and design. In what is the first book to significantly apply modern evolutionary thinking to urbanism, Cities Design and Evolution promises to stimulate thought, debate and action concerning the nature of cities and future urban planning. The book should appeal to all who are interested in cities, in design and in evolution. Selected Contents: 1. Introduction 2. Cities, Planning and Modernism 3. Articulating Urban Order 4. The Social Logic of Urban Order 5. The Kind of Thing a City Is 6. Emergence and Evolution 7. Emergent Urban Order 8. Cities in Evolution 9. Planning, Design and Evolution 10. Conclusions 2008: 360pp Pb: 978-0-415-42329-8: $80.95

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Routledge Urban Readers Series

The City Reader Edited by Richard LeGates, San Francisco State University, USA and Frederic Stout, Stanford University, USA


This fourth edition of the highly successful The City Reader is newly updated and clearly structured to aid student understanding. It brings together the very best of publications on the city by renowned authors both classic and contemporary.

The Urban and Regional Planning Reader Edited by EugÊnie Birch, University of Pennsylvania, USA This Reader provides an essential resource, for students of planning, drawing together important but widely dispersed writings and the associated bibliography is a resource which enables deeper investigations. The synthesis is also valuable for lecturers and researches in the area and the pertinent editorial commentaries preceding each entry not only demonstrate its significance, but also outline the issue surrounding the topic. Selected Contents: Introduction Part 1: The World of Urban and Regional Part 2: History and Theory of Urban and Regional Planning Part 3: Classics in Urban and Regional Planning Part 4: The Plan: It’s Origins and Contemporary Uses Part 5: Planning Practice and Methods December 2008: 496pp Hb: 978-0-415-31997-3: $190.00 Pb: 978-0-415-31998-0: $69.95

Selected Contents: Part 1: The Evolution of Cities Part 2: Urban Culture and Society Part 3: Urban Space Part 4: Urban Politics, Governance, and Economics Part 5: Urban Planning History and Visions Part 6: Urban Planning Theory and Practice Part 7: Perspectives on Urban Design Part 8: The Future of the City 2007: 632pp Hb: 978-0-415-77083-5: $190.00 Pb: 978-0-415-77084-2: $64.95

The Urban Design Reader Edited by Michael Larice, University of Pennsylvania, USA and Elizabeth Macdonald, University of California, Berkeley, USA This Reader draws together the best classic and contemporary writings to illuminate the theory and practice of urban design. The selections include contributions from Howard, Le Corbusier, Hall and Jacobs through to Davis, Hayden and Gilham. Selected Contents: Part 1: Historical Precedents for The Urban Design Field Part 2: Normative Theories of Good City Part 3: Place Theories in Urban Design Part 4: Dimensions of Place-Making Part 5: Typology and Morphology in Urban Design Part 6: Contemporary Challenges and Responses Part 7: Elements of the Public Realm Part 8: Practice and Process 2006: 560pp Hb: 978-0-415-33386-3: $200.00 Pb: 978-0-415-33387-0: $64.95 eBook: 978-0-203-41445-3


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Urban Design Futures

Winning Author of RTPI Gold Medal

Edited by Malcolm Moor, University of Westminster, London, UK and Jon Rowland, Principal of JRUD Urban Designers, Oxford, UK

Urban Complexity and Spatial Strategies

’The urban design primer of the year...this is a book covering the richness of the urban design debate with ideas ranging from the inspiring to the absolutely barmy – it is a vital introductory read for students of urban design and a valuable pot pourri of the current urban design debate.’ – Green Places

Towards a Relational Planning for Our Times Patsy Healey, University of Newcastle, UK Series: RTPI Library Series Well-illustrated, Urban Complexity and Spatial Strategies develops important new relational and institutionalist approaches to policy analysis and planning, of relevance to all those with an interest in cities and urban areas. Selected Contents: 1. The Project of Strategic Planning for Urban Areas 2. Urban ’Regions’ and Their Governance 3. The Strategic Shaping of Urban Development in Amsterdam 4. The Struggle for Strategic Flexibility in Urban Planning in Milan 5. The Transformation of Identity in the Cambridge Sub-Region 6. Strategy-Making in a Relational World 7. Spatial Imaginations and Urban ’Region’ Strategies 8. Getting to Know an Urban ’Region’ 9. Relational Complexity and Urban Governance 2006: 352pp Hb: 978-0-415-38034-8: $150.00 Pb: 978-0-415-38035-5: $50.95 eBook: 978-0-203-09941-4

Selected Contents: Introduction Part 1: Urban Design Comes of Age: The Bigger Picture Part 2: Connecting Social Spaces: Creating the Public Realm Part 3: Sustainability Through Technology: Creating New Typologies Part 4: Networks Expand Choice: New Frameworks for Urbanism. Conclusion: Urban Design Futures 2006: 216pp Hb: 978-0-415-31877-8: $165.00 Pb: 978-0-415-31878-5: $62.95 eBook: 978-0-203-60172-3


Urban and Regional Planning Peter Hall This classic text for students of urban and regional planning, provides a historical overview of the developments and changes in the theory and practice of planning, throughout the entire twentieth century. 2002: 248pp Hb: 978-0-415-21776-7: $220.00 Pb: 978-0-415-21777-4: $53.95 eBook: 978-0-203-99532-7


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URBAN PLANNING AND DESIGN Crime Prevention and the Built Environment

Conservation in the Age of Consensus

Ted Kitchen, Sheffield Hallam University, UK and Richard H. Schneider, University of Florida, USA

This new text on the subject of conservation in the built environment provides a unique holistic view on the understanding of the practice of conservation connecting it with wider societal and political forces. UK practice is used as a means, along with international examples, for bringing together a real understanding of practice with a social science analysis of the issues. The author introduces ideas about the meanings and values attached to historic environments and how that translates into public policies of conservation.

John Pendlebury

Using new data and case study documentation, this book presents a unique international perspective on crime prevention theory, linking theory, evidence and practical application to bridge gaps between planning, design and criminology. Selected Contents: 1. Introduction Part 1: The Theory 2. Classical Theories of Place-Based Crime Prevention 3. Emerging Concepts and Trends Affecting Place-Based Crime Prevention Theory and Practice Part 2: The Practice 4. A Global Perspective on Integrating Crime Prevention into Planning Systems 5. Some UK Police Perspectives on the Process of Planning for Crime Prevention 6. Crime Prevention and Urban Regeneration-Developing Practice in the UK 7. The Development of Place-Based Anti-Terrorism Strategies in the US 8. The Application of New Technologies to Place-Based Crime Prevention Part 3: Conclusions 9. Conclusions 2007: 296pp Hb: 978-0-415-37324-1: $140.00 Pb: 978-0-415-37325-8: $53.95 eBook: 978-0-203-09881-3


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Selected Contents: 1. Conservation, Culture and Planning 2. Modern Conservation 3. Policies and Plans 4. The 1970s 5. Conservation, Conservatives and Consensus 6. The Commodification of Heritage 7. Conservation and the Community 8. World Heritage 9. Postmodern Conservation 10. Conservation Reformed 11. Conservation and the Challenge of Consensus 2008: 264pp Hb: 978-0-415-24983-6: $150.00 Pb: 978-0-415-24984-3: $53.95 eBook: 978-0-203-89234-3

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Urban Sustainability through Environmental Design

The Sustainable Urban Development Reader

Through Environmental Design

Edited by Stephen M. Wheeler, University of California, Davis, USA and Timothy Beatley, University of Virginia, USA

Edited by Kevin Thwaites, University of Sheffield, UK, Sergio Porta, Politecnico di Milano, Italy, Ombretta Romice, University of Strathclyde, UK and Mark Greaves, Glasgow City Council, UK

Series: Routledge Urban Reader Series ’A comprehensive and intellectually rich compendium of the state-of-the-art knowledge on sustainable urban development. The scholarly, judicious choice of topics and contributors, and the sequencing of the readings are admirable. A carefully crafted synthesis of the major themes associated with sustainable urban development.’ – Journal of the American Planning Association The Sustainable Development Reader presents an authoritative overview of the field using original sources in a highly readable format for university classes in urban studies, environmental studies, the social sciences, and related fields. It also makes a wide range of sustainable urban planning-related material available to the public in a clear and accessible way, forming an indispensable resource for anyone interested in the future of urban environments.

Urban Sustainability Through Environmental Design provides the analytical tools and practical methodologies that can be employed for sustainable and long-term solutions to the design and management of urban environments. 2007: 200pp Hb: 978-0-415-39547-2: $150.00 Pb: 978-0-415-38480-3: $50.95 eBook: 978-0-203-93447-0

Selected Contents: Part 1: Origins of the Sustainability Concept Part 2: Dimensions of Sustainable Urban Development Part 3: Tools for Sustainability Planning Part 4: Sustainable Urban Development Internationally Part 5: Visions of Sustainable Community Part 6: Case Studies of Urban Sustainability Part 7: Sustainability Planning Exercises 2008: 512pp Hb: 978-0-415-45381-3: $190.00 Pb: 978-0-415-45382-0: $64.95 eBook: 978-0-203-89427-9



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SUSTAINABLE PLANNING Sustainable Urban Development Volume 1


Sustainable Urban Development Volume 3

The Framework and Protocols for Environmental Assessment

The Toolkit for Assessment

Edited by Stephen Curwell, Mark Deakin and Martin Symes

Edited by Ron Vreeker, Free University, Amsterdam, the Netherlands, Mark Deakin, Napier University, Edinburgh, UK and Stephen Curwell, University of Salford, UK

Series: Sustainable Urban Development Series 2005: 256pp Hb: 978-0-415-32214-0: $150.00 Pb: 978-0-415-32215-7: $62.95 eBook: 978-0-203-29991-3

Series: Sustainable Urban Development Series The third volume of the Sustainable Urban Development Series outlines the BEQUEST toolkit that helps link protocol with the assessment methods currently available for evaluating the sustainability of urban development. It details the decision support mechanisms developed for users of the system to guide them in selecting the appropriate assessment methods for a variety of evaluations.

Sustainable Urban Development Volume 2 The Environmental Assessment Methods Edited by Mark Deakin, Napier University, Edinburgh, UK, Gordon Mitchell, University of Leeds, UK, Peter Nijkamp and Ron Vreeker, both at Free University, Amsterdam, the Netherlands

This book provides case studies drawn from locations across Europe, and also provides best practice examples demonstrating those protocols that planners, property developers and design and construction professionals have followed, and how they have selected the assessment methods they need to best evaluate the sustainability of cities, districts, neighborhoods and buildings. December 2008: 304pp Hb: 978-0-415-32218-8: $150.00 Pb: 978-0-415-32219-5: $62.95 eBook: 978-0-203-88678-6

Series: Sustainable Urban Development Series 2007: 544pp Hb: 978-0-415-32216-4: $150.00 Pb: 978-0-415-32217-1: $62.95 eBook: 978-0-203-41703-4


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SUSTAINABLE PLANNING Sustainable Urban Development Volume 4

Planning for Sustainability

Changing Professional Practice

Stephen M. Wheeler, University of California, Davis, USA

Edited by Ian Cooper, Eclipse Research Consultants, Cambridge, UK and Martin Symes, University of the West of England, UK

This book presents a straightforward, systematic analysis of how more sustainable cities and towns can be brought about, considering each scale of planning: international, national, regional, municipal, neighborhood, site and building.

Series: Sustainable Urban Development Series This fourth volume explores how the professions responsible for enhancing the built environment’s sustainability seek to deliver this new agenda, offering multi-perspective case studies and discussion to argue for a rethinking of the role of the urban development professional. Selected Contents: Foreword Colin Fudge. Preface: A European Perspective 1. Introduction Part 1: Changing Processes 2. Sustainable Construction and Policy Learning in Europe 3. Urban Sprawl: Challenges for European Policy Integration and City Governance 4. Decision-Making Processes in Urban Design 5. Sustainable Urban Development and the Professions in the UK 6. Sustainable Communities: Policy, Practice and Professional Development Part 2: Changing Institutions 7. Sustainable Construction and Urbanism in the Netherlands and the Czech Republic 8. Institutional Dynamics and Institutional Barriers to Sustainable Construction in France, Great Britain and the Netherlands 9. Expertise and Methodology in Building Design for Sustainable Development 10. New Professional Leadership in France 11. Sustainable Building in Italy 12. Building Operations and Use 13. Conclusions

Creating Livable, Equitable and Ecological Communities

2004: 288pp Hb: 978-0-415-32285-0: $200.00 Pb: 978-0-415-32286-7: $59.95 eBook: 978-0-203-30056-5


The City Cultures Reader Edited by Iain Borden, Tim Hall and Malcolm Miles Series: Routledge Urban Reader Series

2008: 328pp Hb: 978-0-415-43821-6: $150.00 Pb: 978-0-415-43822-3: $62.95 eBook: 978-0-203-89218-3


Cities are products of culture and sites where culture is made. By presenting the best of classic and contemporary writing on the culture of cities, this Reader provides an overview of the diverse material on the interface between cities and culture. 2003: 552pp Hb: 978-0-415-30244-9: $220.00 Pb: 978-0-415-30245-6: $69.95


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Methods of Environmental Impact Assessment

R. Therivel, John Glasson and Andrew Chadwick Series: Natural and Built Environment Series 2005: 448pp Hb: 978-0-415-33836-3: $150.00 Pb: 978-0-415-33837-0: $59.95 eBook: 978-0-203-02306-8




Introduction To Environmental Impact Assessment

Edited by Peter Morris and Riki Therivel, Oxford Brookes University, UK Series: Natural and Built Environment Series This well-established textbook offers comprehensive coverage of the methods used in environmental impact assessment, which is now firmly established as an important (and in many cases obligatory) procedure in proposing or launching any development project where there may be consequences for the environment. This third edition includes: • explanations of how EIA works and should be carried out in relation to socio-economic, environmental and ecological systems • completely updated legislative and policy contexts

Landscape Planning and Environmental Impact Design Tom Turner Series: Natural and Built Environment Series Part of a series of books on environmental planning, this comprehensive text focuses on environmental impact assessment and design. 1998: 256pp Hb: 978-1-85728-321-1: $165.00 Pb: 978-1-85728-322-8: $59.95 eBook: 978-0-203-21453-4

• the latest advice on best practice • chapters on shared and integrative methods including a new chapter on EIA and sustainability. Selected Contents: Part 1: Methods for Environmental Components 1. Introduction 2. Socio-Economic Impacts 1: Overview and Economic Impacts 3. Socio-Economic Impacts 2: Social Impacts 4. Noise 5. Transport 6. Landscape and Visual 7. Archaeological and Other Material and Cultural Assets 8. Air Quality and Climate 9. Soils, Geology and Geomorphology 10. Water 11. Ecology 12. Coastal Ecology and Geomorphology Part 2: Shared and Integrative Methods 13. Environmental Risk Assessment and Risk Management 14. Geographical Information Systems and EIA 15. Quality of Life Capital 16. Sustainable Development and Sustainability Appraisal. Appendices February 2009: 528pp Hb: 978-0-415-44174-2: $150.00 Pb: 978-0-415-44175-9: $48.95 eBook: 978-0-203-89290-9


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An Introduction to Community Development

Regenerating London Governance, Sustainability and Community in a Global City

Edited by Rhonda Phillips, Arizona State University, USA and Robert H. Pittman, University of Central Arkansas, USA Comprehensive and practical, this textbook enables students to connect academic study and professional know-how, and demonstrates how to best plan the rebuilding, revitalization and development of communities. Selected Contents: Editors’ Overview Part 1: Foundations Part 2: Preparation and Planning Part 3: Programming Techniques and Strategies Part 4: Issues Impacting Community Development December 2008: 392pp Hb: 978-0-415-77384-3: $150.00 Pb: 978-0-415-77385-0: $57.95 eBook: 978-0-203-88693-9

Edited by Rob Imrie, Loretta Lees and Mike Raco, all at King’s College London, UK Regenerating London explores latest thinking on urban regeneration in one of the fastest changing world cities. Engaging with social, economic, and political structures of cities, it highlights paradoxes and contradictions in urban policy and offers an evaluation of the contemporary forms of urban re-development. Selected Contents: Part 1: The Dimensions of Urban Change in London Part 2: Prestige Projects and the Sustainable City Part 3: Sustainability, Inclusion and Social Mixing Part 4: Community Governance and Urban Change Part 5: Conclusions December 2008: 336pp Hb: 978-0-415-43366-2: $150.00 Pb: 978-0-415-43367-9: $46.95 eBook: 978-0-203-88671-7



Planning the Night-Time City Marion Roberts and Adam Eldridge, University of Westminster, UK This book draws on extensive case study research done in the UK and internationally to explain how changing approaches to evening and night-time activities have been conceptualized in planning practice, and how these ideas have been subverted by the entertainment industry to the point that some micro-districts in certain regenerated and creative cities have now been dubbed ‘no-go’ areas. Selected Contents: 1. Cities at Night 2. Regeneration and the Night-Time City 3. Binge Drinking Britain 4. ‘Party Cities’ 5. Regulating Consumption 6. The Consumers View 7. Infrastructure 8. Managing the Night-Time City 9. Future of the Night-Time City July 2009: 224pp Hb: 978-0-415-43617-5: $140.00 Pb: 978-0-415-43618-2: $49.95


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Conceptions of Space and Place in Strategic Spatial Planning

The New Spatial Planning Graham Haughton, University of Hull, UK, Philip Allmendinger, Centre of Planning Studies, University of Reading, UK, David Counsell, University of Hull, UK and Geoff Vigar, Newcastle University, UK

Edited by Simin Davoudi, University of Newcastle, UK and Ian Strange, Leeds Metropolitan University, UK Series: RTPI Library Series

Series: RTPI Library Series

Bringing together authors from academia and practice, this book examines spatial planning at different throughout the British Isles. Six illustrative case studies of practice examine which conceptions of space and place have been articulated, presented and visualized through the production of spatial strategies. Ranging from a large conurbation (London) to regional (Yorkshire and Humber) and national levels, the case studies give a rounded and grounded view of the physical results and the theory behind them. While there is widespread support for re-orienting planning towards space and place, there has been little common understanding about what constitutes ‘spatial planning’, and what conceptions of space and place underpin it. This book addresses these questions and stimulates debate and critical thinking about space and place among academic and professional planners. Selected Contents: Introduction 1. Space and Place in the Twentieth Century Planning 2. Making Wales: Spatial Strategy Making in a Devolved Context 3. Identity and Territory: The Creation of a National Planning Framework for Scotland 4. Gateways and Hubs’: Strategic Spatial Planning in Ireland 5. Building Consensus in Contested Spaces and Places? The Regional Development Strategy for Northern Ireland 6. Doing Strategic Planning Differently: The Yorkshire and Humber Regional Spatial Strategy 7. Managing the Metropolis: Economic Change, Institutional Reform and Spatial Planning in London 8. Asymmetric Development in Spatial Planning: Positivist Contents and Poststructuralist Processes? 9. Conclusion November 2008: 304pp Hb: 978-0-415-43102-6: $150.00 Pb: 978-0-415-48666-8: $53.95


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Spatial planning, strongly advocated by government and the profession, is intended to be more holistic, more strategic, more inclusive, more integrative and more attuned to sustainable development than previous approaches. In what the authors refer to as the New Spatial Planning, there is a fairly rapidly evolving maturity and sophistication in how strategies are developed and produced. Crucially, the authors argue that the reworked boundaries of spatial planning means that to understand it we need to look as much outside the formal system of practices of ‘planning’ as within it. Using a rich empirical resource base, this book takes a critical look at recent practices to see whether the new spatial planning is having the kinds of impacts its advocates would wish. Contributing to theoretical debates in planning, state restructuring and governance, it also outlines and critiques the contemporary practice of spatial planning. This book will have a place on the shelves of researchers and students interested in urban/regional studies, politics and planning studies. Selected Contents: Preface 1. The New Spatial Planning: Territorial Management and Devolution 2. Rethinking Planning: State Restructuring, Devolution and Spatial Strategies 3. Irish Spatial Planning and the Cork Experience 4. Spatial Planning in Northern Ireland and the Emergent North West Region of Ireland 5. Spatial Planning in a Devolved Scotland 6. The Wales Spatial Plan and Improving Policy Integration 7. English Spatial Planning and Dealing with Growth in the Leeds City Region 8. Congested Governance and the London Thames Gateway 9. A New Spatial Planning? July 2009: 288pp Hb: 978-0-415-48335-3: $140.00 Pb: 978-0-415-48336-0: $53.95 eBook: 978-0-203-88650-2

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Strategic Planning for Regional Development in the UK


Edited by Harry T. Dimitriou, The Bartlett School of Planning, University College London, UK and Robin Thompson, Robin Thompson Associates and University College London, UK

Its Planning, Management and Operation

Series: Natural and Built Environment Series Strategic Planning for Regional Development in the UK is essential reading for students and academics working within strategic and regional planning and provides policy makers and practitioners with a comprehensive and thought provoking introduction to this critically important emerging field. 2007: 384pp Hb: 978-0-415-34937-6: $150.00 Pb: 978-0-415-34938-3: $53.95 eBook: 978-0-203-64162-0


Public Transport Peter White, University of Westminster, UK Series: Natural and Built Environment Series Public Transport is a comprehensive textbook covering the planning of all public transport systems (bus, coach, rail, taxi and domestic air travel) in Britain and other countries with similar systems. The term ‘planning’ is used both in the context of local authority and central government roles and in the work done by transport operators for example, network structures, and vehicle type selection. This restructured fifth edition gives greater emphasis to service quality and marketing issues as well as covering recent changes in legislation, statistics and research findings.

Regional Planning John Glasson and Tim Marshall, both at Oxford Brookes University, UK Series: Natural and Built Environment Series This comprehensive introduction to the concepts and theory of regional planning in the UK. Drawing on examples from throughout the UK is the essential, up-to-date text for students interested in all aspects of this increasingly influential subject.

Selected Contents: Introduction 1. Organisation and Control of Transport in the British Isles 2. The Role of Public Transport 3. Service Quality and Marketing 4. The Technology of Bus and Coach Systems 5. Urban Railways and Rapid Transit Systems 6. Network Planning 7. Costing and Cost Allocation Methods 8. Pricing Theory and Practice 9. Rural Public Transport 10. Intercity Public Transport 11. Some Current Policy Issues 2008: 240pp Hb: 978-0-415-44531-3: $150.00 Pb: 978-0-415-44530-6: $41.95 eBook: 978-0-203-89228-2

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Transport Policy and Planning in Great Britain


Peter Headicar, Oxford Brookes University, UK Series: Natural and Built Environment Series

Jean-Paul Rodrigue, Hofstra University, USA, Claude Comtois, University of Montreal, Canada and Brian Slack, Concordia University, Canada

Transport in the twenty-first century represents a significant challenge at the global and the local scale. Aided by over sixty clear illustrations, Peter Headicar disentangles this complex, modern issue in five parts, offering critical insights into:

This second edition offers new topics and approaches that have emerged as critical issues in contemporary transport systems, including security, energy, supply chain management and GIS-T.

The Geography of Transport Systems

Selected Contents: 1. Transportation and Geography 2. Transportation and the Spatial Structure 3. Transportation and the Economy 4. Transportation Modes 5. Transportation Terminals 6. International Trade and Freight Distribution 7. Urban Transportation 8. Transport, Energy and Environment 9. Transport Planning and Policy

• the nature of transport • the evolution of policy and planning • policy instruments • planning procedures • the contemporary agenda. Distinctive features include the links forged throughout between transport and spatial planning, which are often neglected. Designed as an essential text for transport planning students and as a source of reference for planning practitioners, it also furthers understanding of related fields such as urban and regional planning, geography, environmental studies and public policy. Selected Contents: Part 1: The Nature of Transport Part 2: The Evolution of Transport Policy and Planning Part 3: Public Choices – Ends and Means Part 4: Planning Procedures Part 5: The Contemporary Policy Agenda April 2009: 496pp Hb: 978-0-415-46986-9: $150.00 Pb: 978-0-415-46987-6: $62.95 eBook: 978-0-203-89446-0

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Planning Law and Practice


Edited by Cameron Blackhall Following the Planning and Compulsory Purchase Act 2004, the third edition of Planning Law and Practice contains a complete revision of plan-making and the control of development as well as incorporating recent case law. Together this provides up-todate details of the operation of the current English planning system. 2005: 512pp Pb: 978-1-85941-748-5: $69.95


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Housing, Markets and Policy

The Hidden Millions

Edited by Peter Malpass, University of the West of England, UK and Rob Rowlands, CURS, University of Birmingham, UK

Homelessness in Developing Countries Graham Tipple and Suzanne Speak, both at University of Newcastle upon Tyne, UK

Series: Housing and Society Series

Series: Housing and Society Series

This book of specially commissioned essays by distinguished housing scholars addresses the big issues in contemporary debates about housing and housing policy in the UK. Setting out a distinctive and coherent analysis, it steers a course between those accounts that rely on economic theory and analysis and those that emphasise policy.

This book explores the extent, causes and characteristics of homelessness in developing countries. Bringing together a major review of literature and empirical case studies, it is invaluable for those studying, researching or working in housing, homelessness, social policy or urban poverty.

It is informed by the idea that the 1970s was a pivotal decade in the second half of the twentieth century, and that since that time there has been a profound transformation in the housing system and housing policy in the UK. The contributors describe, analyze and explain aspects of that transformation, as a basis for understanding the present and thinking about the future. The analysis of housing is set within an understanding of the wider changes affecting the economy and the welfare state since the crises of the mid 1970s. Selected Contents: 1. Introduction 2. Housing Policy and the Housing System in the 1970s 3. A Privileged State? Council Housing as Social Escalator 4. The Right to Buy and the Privatisation of Social Housing 5. Stock Transfer and the Restructuring of the Ownership of Social Housing 6. The Rise of Housing Associations 7. The Fall and Rise of Private Renting 8. Home Ownership, Wealth and Inheritance 9. Meeting the Demand for New Housing 10. Regeneration, Neighbourhoods and Social Exclusion 11. The Sustainable Community of Housing Opportunity and Security 12. Conclusion February 2009: 272pp Hb: 978-0-415-47778-9: $135.00 Pb: 978-0-415-47779-6: $62.95

Drawing on local research in nine countries in the global south, this book offers an insight into the lives of homeless people, public perceptions of homelessness, and the policies and interventions which might variously increase or reduce homelessness. Exploring the human context as well as policy and planning, it will challenge preconceptions. Selected Contents: 1. Current Theory on Homelessness 2. Homelessness and International Housing Policy 3. The Continuing Urban Housing Shortfall and Affordability Crisis 4. Defining Homelessness in Developing Countries 5. Accommodation Conditions and Differentiating between Homeless People and those in Inadequate Housing 6. Estimating the Hidden Millions 7. Who are the Hidden Millions? 8. Economic, Social and Cultural Causes 9. Political and Legal Issues 10. Disaster and Conflict 11. Exclusion, Perceptions and Isolation 12. Children and Homelessness 13. Towards Strategic Interventions for Homeless People February 2009: 320pp Hb: 978-0-415-42671-8: $153.00 Pb: 978-0-415-42672-5: $49.95 eBook: 978-0-203-88334-1


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Decent Homes for All


Planning’s Evolving Role in Housing Provision

Understanding Housing Finance

Nick Gallent and Mark Tewdwr-Jones, both at The Bartlett School of Planning, University College London, UK

Meeting Needs and Making Choices

Series: Housing, Planning and Design Series

Peter King, De Montfort University, UK One of the biggest challenges for students of housing is understanding the financial principles which underpin the place of housing in the wider economy. By taking a political economy approach, Peter King’s Understanding Housing Finance makes the basic principles of the subject accessible, without requiring detailed prior knowledge of economics or financial systems. This second edition, features greater emphasis on the role of housing markets, together with concepts such as need and choice, which are central to current debates in social and public policy. Moving on from the social housing context, the new edition elaborates on how markets work and the effects of government action in all tenures. This is a key reference for Planning and Housing students at both undergraduate and graduate level and unlike other Housing guides, it is aimed at international as well as UK based readers. Selected Contents: 1. Understanding Housing Finance 2. Need, Choice and Responsibility 3. The Importance of Markets 4. Government Action 5. Influencing Markets 6. Controlling Housing 7. Complexity and Choice January 2009: 192pp Hb: 978-0-415-43294-8: $150.00 Pb: 978-0-415-43295-5: $44.95 eBook: 978-0-203-88271-9


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The first text available on the housing-planning interface, this book shows the relationship between planning and housing supply and addresses fundamental questions about the current housing crisis, through examining its history and evolution. 2006: 320pp Hb: 978-0-415-27446-3: $165.00 Pb: 978-0-415-27447-0: $53.95 eBook: 978-0-203-64256-6

Housing Development Theory, Process and Practice Edited by Ron Blake and Andrew Golland Series: Housing, Planning and Design Series Brings together information on housing production, housing provision and the housing environment, highlighting the theoretical and policy contexts in which housing development takes place as an integrated process. 2003: 432pp Hb: 978-0-415-23432-0: $195.00 Pb: 978-0-415-23433-7: $59.95 eBook: 978-0-203-63416-5

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PROPERTY AND REAL ESTATE Housing Market Renewal and Social Class


Chris Allen, Manchester Metropolitan University, UK

Sara Wilkinson, University of Melbourne, Australia and Richard Reed, Deakin University, Melbourne, Australia

Property Development

Series: Housing, Planning and Design Series Housing Market Renewal and Social Class provides a unique phenomenological understanding of the relationship between social class and the market for houses, and will be compelling reading for anybody concerned with the situation of working class people living in UK cities. Selected Contents: Part 1: Invitation to Class Analysis 1. The Death and Resurrection of Class in Sociology 2. Theorizing Social Class Part 2: Social Class and the Market for Houses 3. Social Class and the Question of Being 4. Being in the Market for Houses 5. Being in a Depressed Market for Houses Part 3: The Class Politics of Housing Market Renewal 6. HMR and the ‘New’ Market Logic of Urban Renewal 7. Working Class Experiences of the Brave New Housing Market 8. HMR and the Politics of Middle Class Domination 9. The Rich Get Richer – Profiteering from Working Class Suffering 2008: 248pp Hb: 978-0-415-41560-6: $150.00 Pb: 978-0-415-41561-3: $53.95 eBook: 978-0-203-93274-2


Foreword by David Cadman David Cadman’s Property Development has long been the standard textbook on the commercial property development process in the UK, and with this fifth edition the book is brought completely up to date for a new generation of readers. Accessible to students of all disciplines within the built environment, the book is geared directly towards students of property development at undergraduate or graduate levels. It provides a clear and practical overview of the property development process, together with critical analysis of the key issues faced by property professionals today. The fifth edition retains the established structure of previous editions, by focusing on land acquisition, development appraisal, finance, planning, construction, market research and promotion. Additionally, reflecting changes in practice, there is also new material on the environmental impacts of property development, with a chapter on Sustainable Property Development, and on the growth of international working in the property sector. Excellent case studies, which are enhanced by discussion questions, illustrate the process at work. This fully revised and updated edition of a classic text for all property development students will also be of interest to early career professionals and those pursuing a professional degree in the industry. The accompanying website can be found at: Selected Contents: Foreword David Cadman 1. Introduction 2. Land for Development 3. Development Appraisal and Risk 4. Development Finance 5. Planning 6. Construction 7. Market Research 8. Promotion and Selling 9. Sustainable Development 10. International Practice 2008: 400pp Hb: 978-0-415-43062-3: $150.00 Pb: 978-0-415-43063-0: $44.95 eBook: 978-0-203-93342-8


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Introducing Property Valuation

Urban Planning and Real Estate Development

Michael Blackledge, University of Portsmouth, UK This comprehensive introduction to the concepts and methods of valuing real estate provides information for students to progress successsfully from basic principles to a more sophisticated understanding of the subject.

John Ratcliffe, Dublin Institute, Ireland, Michael Stubbs, National Trust, UK and Miles Keeping, GVA Grimley, UK Series: Natural and Built Environment Series This third edition of Urban Planning and Real Estate Development guides students through the procedural and practical aspects of developing land from the point of view of both planner and developer. The planning system is explained, from the increasing emphasis on spatial planning at a regional level down to the detailed perspective of the development control process and the specialist requirements of historic buildings and conservation areas. At the same time the authors explain the entire development process from inception through appraisal, valuation and financing to completion and disposal. Selected Contents: Part 1: Introduction 1. Urban Planning and Real Estate Development: The Context and Theory Part 2: Urban Planning Organization 2. Policy and Implementation of Urban Planning 3. Town Planning Law and Regulation 4. Planning Appeals 5. The Future for Dispute Resolution in Planning 6. Planning Gain, Planning Obligations and the Community Infrastructure Levy Part 3: Urban Planning Issues 7. Specialist Town Planning Controls 8. Sustainable Development and Climate Change 9. Urban Renaissance and Regeneration Part 4: The Real Estate Development Process 10. Sustainability and Property Development 11. The Property Development Process 12. Development Site Appraisal 13. Development Valuation 14. Property Development Finance 15. Marketing for Development Part 5: Real Estate Development Sectors 16. Retail Development 17. Office Development 18. Industrial Development 19. Residential Development January 2009: 696pp Hb: 978-0-415-45077-5: $155.00 Pb: 978-0-415-45078-2: $61.95 eBook: 978-0-203-93572-9


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The book takes a practical rather than purely theoretical approach and demonstrates how the principles can be applied in professional practice with constant reference to the requirements of, and guidance provided by, the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors. The traditional five methods of valuation are briefly explained but concentration is on the practical application of the two main approaches; the comparison and investment methods. The alternative method of valuation of discounted cash flow, an area which has been neglected in other texts, is also covered. Further reading is given, along with a full range of worked examples, clear chapter summaries and further questions. Website companion material is also available. Selected Contents: Part 1: Background 1. Economic Context 2. The Property Valuation Profession 3. Investment Part 2: Valuation Mathematics 4. Compounding and Discounting 5. Sinking Funds and Mortgages 6. Capitalisation 7. Alternative Valuation Tables and Formulae Part 3: Valuation Methods 8. Methods of Measurement 9. Rics Valuation Standards (The ‘Red Book’) 10. Comparison Method 11. Investment Method 12. Investment Method: Discounted Cash Flow Method 13. Residual Method 14. Profits Method 15. Cost Methods Part 4: Applied Valuations 16. Landlord and Tenant Valuations May 2009: 352pp Hb: 978-0-415-43476-8: $130.00 Pb: 978-0-415-43477-5: $44.95

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Introduction to Rural Planning

Property Valuation

Nick Gallent, The Bartlett School of Planning, University College London, UK, Meri Juntti, University of East Anglia, UK, Sue Kidd and Dave Shaw, both at University of Liverpool, UK

The Five Methods Douglas Scarrett Completely revised to incorporate recent developments in practice, this second edition of Douglas Scarrett’s established text describes the process of valuation of real estate through its five principal methods: comparative, investment, residual, profits and contractor’s methods. Unlike most existing texts, the book is designed to allow students to read about the methods either chapter-by-chapter or as a whole, thus enabling a deeper understanding of each in its own right as well as how they fit together. Discussing changes in retail practice and the role of accountants in looking at viability of businesses, the book features new case studies, enhanced visual aids, diagrams and tables to help readers visualize the process. It is essential reading for those studying property valuation, in addition to practitioners who will find useful guidance to underpin their practice. Selected Contents: 1. Setting the Scene 2. The Overall Investment Market 3. The Property Market 4. Valuation Mathematics 5. The Determinant of Value 6. The Comparison Method 7. The Investment Method 8. The Residual Method – The Problem 9. The Residual Method – The Process 10. The Profits Principle 11. The Profits Principle – Trading Accounts and Definitions 12. The Contractor’s Test 13. The Contractor’s Test – Application. Appendix. Further Reading 2008: 216pp Hb: 978-0-415-42325-0: $150.00 Pb: 978-0-415-42326-7: $53.95 eBook: 978-0-203-96181-0

Series: Natural and Built Environment Series Introduction to Rural Planning provides an overview of rural (spatial) planning for students on planning, geography and related programs. It charts the major patterns and processes of rural change affecting the British countryside, its landscape, its communities and its economies in the twentieth century. The authors examine the role of ‘planning’ in shaping rural spaces, not only the statutory ‘comprehensive’ planning that emerged in the post-war period, but also planning and rural program delivery undertaken by central, regional and local policy agencies. Introduction to Rural Planning provides comprehensive coverage of the forces, processes and outcomes of rural change while keeping planning’s influence and role in clear view at all times. Selected Contents: Part 1: Ruruality, Planning and Governance 1. Introduction 2. Rural Governance and Spatial Planning Part 2: The Rural Economy 3. Economic Change 4. The Farming Economy 5. New Economies Part 3: The Needs of Rural Communities 6. Community Change 7. Rural Housing: Demand, Supply, Affordability and the Market 8. Living in the Countryside Part 4: Environmental Change and Planning 9. A Changing Environment 10. A Differentiated Environment Part 5: Governance, Coordination and Integration 11. (Re) Positioning Rural Areas 12. Conclusions: Integrating Agendas, Coordinating Responses 2008: 384pp Hb: 978-0-415-42996-2: $150.00 Pb: 978-0-415-42997-9: $50.95 eBook: 978-0-203-93343-5


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