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I n t ro d u cti o n to P l a n ni n g Bestseller

3rd Edition

14th Edition

Planning in the USA

Town and Country Planning in the UK

Policies, Issues and Processes

Barry Cullingworth and Vincent Nadin

J. Barry Cullingworth, University of Delaware, USA and Roger Caves, San Diego State University, USA

This revised fourteenth edition reinforces this title’s reputation as the bible of British planning. It provides a through 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

2006: 246 x 189: 624pp Hb: 978-0-415-35809-5: $210.00 Pb: 978-0-415-35810-1: $69.95 eBook: 978-0-203-00425-8 For more information, visit: www.routledge.com/9780415358101

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.

The text features numerous boxed case studies, illustrations, and photographs. This book offers a thoroughly detailed account of urbanization in the United States and reveals the problematic nature and limitations of the planning process, the fallibility of experts and the difficulties facing policy makers in their search for solutions. 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. Both comprehensive and easily accessible this extensively revised third edition will be an invaluable resource for all students of planning and urban related research. 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

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Grotton Revisited

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Planning in Crisis?

5th Edition

Steve Ankers, Planning Officer, South Downs Society, UK, David Kaiserman, Planning Consultant and Senior Associate TRA Ltd, UK and Chris Shepley, Chris Shepley Planning, UK

Urban and Regional Planning

Peter Hall and Mark Tewdwr-Jones both at University College London, UK

Series: RTPI Library ’Loved it, I almost had to be resuscitated.’ – Professor Sir Peter Hall, Bartlett Professor of Planning and Regeneration, University College London, UK ’The funny thing is, it’s no joke.’ – Michael Hebbert, University of Manchester, UK Some thirty years ago the small Metropolitan County of Grotton found itself bathed in the bright glare of publicity as The Grotton Papers lifted the lid on the inner workings of the six planning departments of this hitherto little remarked corner of England. The intervening years have seen Grotton’s County Council aim at the admirable and mostly achievable target of becoming ’average with moderate prospects of remaining average’ in the Government rankings, and the struggles of the District Councils to come to terms with planning in the late twentieth – let alone twenty-first – century are once again under the spotlight. The original authors of The Grotton Papers have come together once more to offer an experienced and surprisingly unjaundiced look at the way the British planning system works. Grotton Revisited is without doubt the finest (and indeed the only) satirical book on this vitally important subject. It is suitable for planners of all ages and abilities, and will be essential reading for anyone who has ever had contact with the planning system, or thinks they may know someone who has. First class entertainment and education for professionals and general readers alike. Published in association with the RTPI. June 2010: 276 x 219: 176pp Hb: 978-0-415-54646-1: $150.00 Pb: 978-0-415-54647-8: $39.95

This fifth edition of the classic text for students of urban and regional planning gives a historical overview of the developments and changes in the theory and practice of planning, throughout the entire twentieth century. This extensively revised edition follows the successful format of previous editions: • national and regional planning, and planning for cities and city regions, in the UK, from 1945 to 2010, is considered. • planning in Western Europe, since 1945, now incorporating new material on EU-wide issues, as well as updated country specific sections • planning in the United States, since 1945, now discussing the continuing trends of urban dispersal and social polarization, as well as initiatives in land use planning and transportation policies

• finally the book looks at the nature of the planning process at the start of the twenty-first century, reflecting briefly on shifts in planning paradigms since the 1960s and going on to discuss the main issues of the 1990s and 2000s, including sustainability and social exclusion and looking forward to the twenty-first century. Selected Contents: 1. Planning, Planners and Plans 2. The Origins: The Urban Growth, From 1800 to 1940 3. The Seers: Pioneer Thinkers in Urban Planning, From 1880 to 1945 4. The Creation of the Postwar Planning Machine, From 1940 to 1952 5. National/Regional Planning, From 1945 to 2010 6. Planning for Cities and City Regions, From 1945 to 2010 7. Planning in Western Europe Since 1945 8. Planning in the United States Since 1945 9. The Planning Process November 2010: 246 x 174: 304pp Hb: 978-0-415-56652-0: $130.00 Pb: 978-0-415-56654-4: $59.95 eBook: 978-0-203-86142-4 For more information, visit: www.routledge.com/9780415566544

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The Good City

Insurgencies: Essays in Planning Theory

Reflections and Imaginations

John Friedmann, UCLA, USA

Allan B. Jacobs, University of California, Berkeley, USA

Series: RTPI Library

Cities, Allan B. Jacobs contends, ought to be magnificent, beautiful places to live. They should be places where people can be fulfilled, where they can be what they can be, where there is freedom, love, ideas, excitement, quiet and joy. Cities ought to be the ultimate manifestation of society’s collective achievements.

Covering transactive planning, radical planning, the concept of the Good City, civil society, rethinking poverty and the diversity of planning cultures, this collection of Friedmann’s most important and influential essays tells a coherent and compelling story about how the evolution of thinking about planning over several decades has helped to shape its practice.

Jacobs is one of the world’s best known planners and urban design practitioners, with a long and distinguished international career. Drawing on his professional experience of almost sixty years, he guides the reader through the lessons he’s learnt as a planner and lover of cities. Cities from Brazil, Italy, India, Japan, China and the US are featured. Written with a wonderfully engaging, humorous tone and Jacobs’ own ink drawings, The Good City transfers lessons on city design, building and urban change to all those willing to help cities become the magnificent, beautiful places they should be – and encourages all inhabitants to learn to appreciate and explore their own cities. Selected Contents: Part 1: Experiencing Cities An Introduction Part 2: Learning From Calcutta Why India? Part 3: Learning in Italy Walls and Gates. Being Apart. Gianicolo Busts. Via Costa Masciarelli: A Question of Values Part 4: City People-Fragments Traffic Cop. Excellent! Immigrants. Practicing Part 5: Breaking and Making Community Cleveland and the Unmaking of City. The Etcher of Caprano. Liberty Bakery. Stopping By. Curitiba and the Making of Community Part 6: World Class Cities Memos on Pudong Part 7: City Certainties Traffic is Not a Problem. Parking is Not a Problem. Things Can Get Better or Worse. What You Believe Counts Part 8: San Francisco Reflecting on San Francisco. The Civil Service Giants Part 9: The Good City

For nearly fifty years John Friedmann’s writings have not just led the academic study of the discipline, but have given shape and direction to the planning profession itself.

With each essay given a new introduction to establish its context and importance, this is an ideal text for the study of planning theory and history. Selected Contents: Foreword by Patsy Healey Introduction 1. The Transactive Style of Planning (1973) 2. The Epistemology of Social Practice: A Critique of Objective Knowledge (1978) 3. Preface to The Good Society (1979) 4. The Mediations of Radical Planning (1987) 5. Rethinking Poverty: The Dis/Empowerment Model (1992) 6. The Rise of Civil Society (1998) 7. Planning Theory Revisited (1998) 8. The Good City: In Defense of Utopian Thinking (2000) 9. The Many Cultures of Planning (2005) 10. The Uses of Planning Theory: A Bibliographic Essay (2008) Epilogue: Citizen Planners in an Era of Limits January 2011: 234 x 156: 256pp Hb: 978-0-415-78151-0: $155.00 Pb: 978-0-415-78152-7: $29.95 eBook: 978-0-203-83211-0 For more information, visit: www.routledge.com/9780415781527

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Routledge Urban Reader Series New 5th edition

City Reader Edited by Richard T. LeGates, San Francisco State University, USA and Frederic Stout, Stanford University, USA The fifth edition of the highly successful City Reader juxtaposes the best classic and contemporary writings on the city. It contains fifty-seven selections including seventeen new selections by Elijah Anderson, Robert Bruegmann, Michael Dear, Jan Gehl, Harvey Molotch, Clarence Perry, Daphne Spain, Nigel Taylor, Samuel Bass Warner, and others – five of which have been newly written exclusively for the City Reader. Classic writings from Ebenezer Howard, Ernest W. Burgess, LeCorbusier, Lewis Mumford, Jane Jacobs, and Louis Wirth, meet the best contemporary writings of Sir Peter Hall, Manuel Castells, David Harvey, Kenneth Jackson and others. The City Reader fifth edition has been extensively updated and expanded to reflect the latest thinking in each of the disciplinary areas included and in topical areas such as sustainable urban development, climate change, globalization, and the impact of technology on cities. The plate sections have been extensively revised and expanded and a new plate section on global cities has been added. The anthology features general and section introductions and introductions to the selected articles. New to the fifth edition is a bibliography of 100 top books about cities. 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 Thoery and Practice Part 7: Perspectives on Urban Design Part 8: Cities in a Global Society January 2011: 246 x 189: 704pp Hb: 978-0-415-55664-4: $190.00 Pb: 978-0-415-55665-1: $74.95 eBook: 978-0-203-86926-0

The Urban and Regional Planning Reader Edited by EugĂŠnie 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. 2008: 246 x 189: 496pp Hb: 978-0-415-31997-3: $190.00 Pb: 978-0-415-31998-0: $69.95 eBook: 978-0-203-62640-5 For more information, visit: www.routledge.com/9780415319980

The Urban Design Reader Edited by Michael Larice and Elizabeth Macdonald 2006: 246 x 189: 560pp Hb: 978-0-415-33386-3: $210.00 Pb: 978-0-415-33387-0: $69.95 eBook: 978-0-203-41445-3 For more information, visit: www.routledge.com/9780415333870

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Cities and Design

City Design

Paul L. Knox, Virginia Tech, USA

Modernist, Traditional, Green and Systems Perspectives

Series: Routledge Critical Introductions to Urbanism and the City

Jonathan Barnett, University of Pennsylvania, USA

’The design of cities is a significant social and environmental issue in this first urban century. In response, Jonathan Barnett provides two valuable syntheses. First, he succinctly identifies three pressing city-design challenges. Next, Barnett analyzes the hopes and shortcomings of modern, traditional, environmental, and systems approaches to urban design. From these masterful syntheses, a new, timely way to design cities emerges.’ – Frederick Steiner, Dean, School of Architecture, The University of Texas at Austin

City Design describes the history and current practice of the four most widely accepted approaches to city design: the Modernist city of towers and highways that, beginning in the 1920s, has come to dominate urban development worldwide but is criticized as mechanical and soul-less; the traditional organization of cities as streets and public places, scorned by the modernists, but being revived today for its human scale; Green city design, whose history can be traced back thousands of years in Asia, but is becoming increasingly important everywhere as sustainability and the preservation of the planet are recognized as basic issues, and finally Systems city design, which includes infrastructure and development regulation but also includes computer aided techniques which give designers new tools for managing the complexity of cities. This is a comprehensive text on city design ideal for planners, landscape architects, urban designers and those who want to understand how to improve cities. Selected Contents: Introduction: Three City Design Challenges 1. Modernist City Design 2. Traditional City Design and the Modern City 3. Green City Design and Climate Change 4. Systems City Design. Conclusion: The Fifth Way January 2011: 246 x 189: 248pp Hb: 978-0-415-77540-3: $155.00 Pb: 978-0-415-77541-0: $53.95

Cities, initially a product of the manufacturing era, have been thoroughly remade in the image of consumer society. Competitive spending among affluent households has intensified the importance of style and design at every scale and design professions have grown in size and importance, reflecting distinctive geographies and locating disproportionately in cities most intimately connected with global systems of key business services. Meanwhile, many observers still believe good design can make positive contributions to people’s lives.

Cities and Design explores the complex relationships between design and urban environments. It traces the intellectual roots of urban design, presents a critical appraisal of the imprint and effectiveness of design professions in shaping urban environments, examines the role of design in the material culture of contemporary cities, and explores the complex linkages among designers, producers and distributors in contemporary cities: for example fashion and graphic design in New York; architecture, fashion and publishing in London; furniture, industrial design, interior design and fashion in Milan; haute couture in Paris; and so on. This book offers a distinctive social science perspective on the economic and cultural context of design in contemporary cities, presenting cities themselves as settings for design, design services and the ‘affect’ associated with design. Selected Contents: Part 1: Introduction 1. Cities, Design and Urban Life 2. Design, Designers and the Resurgent Metropolis Part 2: The Intentional City 3. Better by Design? Historical Antecedents 4. The City Redesigned: Modernity, Effeciency and Equity 5. Design for New Sensibilities Part 3: Designer Cities 6. Design and Affect in Urban Spaces 7. Design Services and The City 8. Conclusion: Towards Liveability and Sustainability June 2010: 234 x 156: 296pp Hb: 978-0-415-49288-1: $130.00 Pb: 978-0-415-49289-8: $44.95 eBook: 978-0-203-84855-5 For more information, visit: www.routledge.com/9780415492898

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The Exposed City

Sunburnt Cities

Mapping the Urban Invisibles

The Great Recession, Depopulation and Urban Planning in the American Sunbelt

Nadia Amoroso, University of Toronto, Canada

Justin B. Hollander, Tufts University, USA

’This is a useful analysis that will be a welcomed addition to the urban planning literature’ – Professor Emily Talen, Arizona State University, USA ’Hollander combines solid scholarship with engaging narrative to make Sunburnt Cities a must read for planners, policymakers, scholars and anyone interested in the future of these boom-and-bust places.’ – Dan Immergluck, Georgia Institute of Technology, USA

Until the first decade of the twenty-first century, decline was assumed to be an issue only for former industrial cities – the so-called Rust Belt. But the sudden reversal in growth in the major cities of the American Sunbelt has shown that urban decline can be a much wider issue. Hollander addresses the reasons and statistics behind these ’shrinking cities’ with a positive outlook, arguing that growth for growth’s sake is not beneficial for communities, suggesting instead that urban development could be achieved through shrinkage. Case studies on Phoenix, Flint, Orlando and Fresno support the argument and Hollander delves into the numbers, literature and individual lives affected and how they have changed in response to the declining regions. Selected Contents: 1. Introduction 2. Perspectives on Growth and Decline 3. When People Leave – The Ruins of Urban Neighborhoods 4. Lessons From a Declining City: Flint, Michigan after 40 Years of Population Loss 5. A New Model for Neighborhood Change in Shrinking Cities 6. Unfamiliar Patterns in the Sun – What Postal Workers Already Know 7. Facing Change in the Central Valley: A Declining Fresno 8. Endless Growth in the Desert? The Fall of Phoenix 9. Abandonment Outside the Magic Kingdom: What Went Wrong in Orlando 10. Conclusion

There is a vast amount of information about a city which is invisible to the human eye – crime levels, transportation patterns, cell phone use and air quality to name just a few. If a city was able to be defined by these characteristics, what form would it take? How could it be mapped? Nadia Amoroso tackles these questions by taking statistical urban data and exploring how they could be transformed into innovative new maps. The ’unseen’ elements of the city are examined in groundbreaking images throughout the book, which are complemented by interviews with Winy Maas and James Corner, comments by Richard Saul Wurman, and sections by the SENSEable City Lab group and Mark Aubin, co-founder of Google Earth.

Selected Contents: Foreword Richard Saul Wurman Part 1: Essays 1. Map or Drawing? The Visual Expressions of Hugh Ferriss 2. Graphic Integrity of the Urban Complexity – Lynch, Wurman and Tufte 3. The DATAscapes: The Works of MVRDV 4. The Map-Art: Creative Measures in Landscape Mapping, the Works of James Corner Part 2: Drawings: The Map-Landscape 5.1. The Creative Map 5.2. The Map-Landscapes Afterword April 2010: 246 x 189: 192pp Hb: 978-0-415-55179-3: $150.00 Pb: 978-0-415-55180-9: $53.95 eBook: 978-0-203-85537-9 For more information, visit: www.routledge.com/9780415551809

January 2011: 246 x 174: 192pp Hb: 978-0-415-59211-6: $155.00 Pb: 978-0-415-59212-3: $44.95 eBook: 978-0-203-83438-1 For more information, visit: www.routledge.com/9780415592123

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U r ba n P l a n ni n g a n d De s i g n New

bestseller

Understanding Cities

Smartcities and Eco-Warriors

Method in Urban Design

CJ Lim and Ed Liu both at Bartlett School of Planning, University College London, UK Reframing the way people think about urban green space and the evolution of cities, CJ Lim and Ed Liu explore how the reintegration of agriculture in urban environments can cultivate new spatial practices and social cohesion in addition to food for our tables.

Alexander Cuthbert, The University of New South Wales, Australia

Understanding Cities is richly textured, complex and challenging. It creates the vital link between urban design theory and praxis and opens the required methodological gateway to a new and unified field of urban design. For too long urban design has been viewed as a satellite of architecture and urban planning, occupying a ‘no man’s land’ which has prevented its rightful independence. Alexander Cuthbert sets out to challenge this assumption.

Using spatial political economy as his most important reference point, Cuthbert both interrogates and challenges mainstream urban design and provides an alternative and viable comprehensive framework for a new synthesis. By implication, this critique ranges across all the environmental disciplines which are undeniably involved in the intellectual debate which this process of reconstruction entails. Building on both his previous books Designing Cities and The Form of Cities, the trilogy allows a new field of urban design to emerge. Selected Contents: Introduction 1. Theory/Heterology 2. History 3. Philosophy 4. Politics 5. Culture 6. Gender 7. Environment 8. Aesthetics 9. Typologies 10. Pragmatics. Postscript June 2011: 246 x 174: 328pp Hb: 978-0-415-60823-7: $155.00 Pb: 978-0-415-60824-4: $39.95 eBook: 978-0-203-81793-3 For more information, visit: www.routledge.com/9780415608244

Representing an emerging architectural voice in matters of environmental and social sustainability, Smartcities and Eco-Warriors is a long overdue treatment of the subject from a designer’s perspective, and is essential reading for practitioners and students in the fields of architecture, urban planning, environmental engineering, landscape design, agriculture and sociology. An inspiration to government agencies and NGOs dealing with climate change, it also resonates with anyone concerned about cities, energy conservation and the future of food. Selected Contents: Preface. Urban Utopias and the Smartcity Six Manifestos for the Smartcity. From Soil to Table. The Perpetual Motion Machine. The American Dream Redux . Rise of the Eco-Warrior. Scenic Positions. Cultivating Community. Excavating The Concrete Jungle: A Pictorial Essay. 1. Urban Agriculture: Guangming Smartcity China A Lexicon Of The Smartcity Neology 2. Urban Agriculture: Daejeon Urban Renaissance Masterplan Korea 3. Urban Agriculture: Central Open Space: MAC Korea 4. Urban Agriculture: Nordhavnen Smartcity Denmark 5. Urban Agriculture: Tomato Exchange UK 6. Urban Agriculture: Dongyi Wan East Waterfront China 7. Urban Agriculture: Dusable Park USA 8. Eco-Sustainability: Guangming Energy Park China 9. Eco-Sustainability: Nanyui Urban Living Room China 10. Cultivating Communities: Redcar Seafront Development UK 11. Cultivating Communities: Nanyui Urban Living Room China 12. Cultivating Communities: Newark Gateway Project USA. Sitopia – The Urban Future Carolyn Steel. The Role of Cities in Climate Change David Satterthwaite. Post-Sustainability Mark Jarzombek. Index February 2010: 276 x 219: 256pp Hb: 978-0-415-57122-7: $150.00 Pb: 978-0-415-57124-1: $53.95 eBook: 978-0-203-85032-9 For more information, visit: www.routledge.com/9780415571241

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Distributed Urbanism

The Fundamentalist City?

Cities After Google Earth

Religiosity and the Remaking of Urban Space

Edited by Gretchen Wilkins, RMIT University, School of Architecture and Design, Australia

Edited by Nezar AlSayyad and Mejgan Massoumi both at University of California, Berkeley, USA

Exploring the increasingly decentralized systems through which cities are organized and produced, Distributed Urbanism highlights the architectural practices that are emerging in response. Unlike early models of urbanism, in which centralized models of production, communication and governance were sited within a central business district, contemporary urbanism is shaped by remote, distributed mechanisms such as information technologies, (i.e. SatNav, Google Earth, E-trade, Photosynth or RSS web feeds) cooperative economic models and environmental networks, many of which are physically remote from the cities they shape.

Consisting of a collection of case studies on global cities including Rotterdam, Tokyo, Barcelona, Detroit, Hong Kong, Dubai, Beijing and Mumbai, Distributed Urbanism draws on these cities in relation to current events, urban schemes and demographic data. All the contributors, a combination of commentators on urbanism and architecture, as well as practitioners in the field, are admired for their work in the area of urban change.

Employing a transnational interrogation anchored in specific geographic regions, the contributors to this volume explore the intellectual and practical challenges posed by fundamentalist groups, movements, and organizations. They focus on how certain ultra religious practices of Christianity, Hinduism, Islam, and Judaism have contributed to the remaking of global urban space. Nezar AlSayyad and Mejgan Massoumi’s book provides fascinating reading for those interested in religion and the city, with thought provoking pieces from experts in anthropology, geography sociology, religious studies, and urban studies. Selected Contents: Part 1: Fundamentalisms: Between City and Nation Part 2: Fundamentalisms and Urbanism Part 3: Identity, Tradition, and Fundamentalisms

July 2010: 234 x 156: 328pp Hb: 978-0-415-77935-7: $155.00 Pb: 978-0-415-77936-4: $53.95 eBook: 978-0-203-84459-5

Selected Contents: Foreword. Acknowledgements. Introduction 1. The City You Can’t See on Google Earth 2. Rural Urbanism: Thriving Under the Radar – Beijing’s Villages in the City 3. Rotterdam 1979-2007: From Ideology to Market Communism and Beyond 4. MegaHouse 5. Borderland/Borderama/Detroit 6. Rubble in the Sand 7. Density of Emptiness 8. Antisepsis 9. Beyond Urbanism: Mumbai and the Cultivation of an Eye 10. Resurrecting Cities: Instant Urban Planning 11. Productive Residue: The Casting of Alternative Public Space 12. Bubble Cities: Airports, Islands and Nomads Bibliography. Index

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May 2010: 246 x 174: 224pp Hb: 978-0-415-56231-7: $150.00 Pb: 978-0-415-56232-4: $49.95

This powerful reference features one hundred famous urban plans all drawn to the same scale, each accompanied by a one-page summary of the site discussing its history, design and lessons for future urban design.

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To Scale One Hundred Urban Plans Eric Jenkins

2007: 250 x 250: 240pp Hb: 978-0-415-95400-6: $155.00 Pb: 978-0-415-95401-3: $52.95 For more information, visit: www.routledge.com/9780415954013

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Insurgent Public Space

Making the Metropolitan Landscape

Guerrilla Urbanism and the Remaking of Contemporary Cities

Standing Firm on Middle Ground

Edited by Jeffrey Hou, University of Washington, USA

Edited by Jacqueline Tatom and Jennifer Stauber, Trivers Associates, USA

The American landscape is an extremely complex terrain born from a history of collective and individual experiences. These created environments, which all may be called metropolitan landscapes, constantly challenge students and professionals in the fields of architecture, design and planning to consider new ways of making lively public places. This book brings together varied voices in urban design theory and practice to explore new ways of understanding place and our position in it.

In cities around the world, individuals and groups are reclaiming and creating urban sites, temporary spaces and informal gathering places. These spaces challenge conventional views of how urban areas are defined and used, and how they can transform the city environment. With illustrated case studies, this volume shows how instances of ‘insurgent public space’ occur across the world. Examples range from community gardening in Seattle, street dancing in Beijing, and transforming parking spaces into temporary parks in San Francisco.

Selected Contents: 1. (Not) Your Everyday Public Space Part 1: Appropriating 2. Dancing in the Streets of Beijing: Improvised Uses within the Urban System 3. Latino Urbanism in Los Angeles: A Model for Urban Improvisation and Reinvention 4. Taking Place: Rebar’s Absurd Tactics in Generous Urbanism Part 2: Reclaiming 5. eXperimentcity: Culturing + Publicizing Sustainable Development of Berlin’s Freiräume 6. Re-City, Tokyo: Putting ’Publicness’ into the Urban Building Stocks 7. Claiming Residual Spaces in the Heterogeneous City Part 3: Pluralizing 8. Claiming Latino Space: Building Cultural Capacity in the Public Realm 9. ‘ Night Market’ in Seattle: Community Eventscape and the Remaking of Public Space 10. Making Places of Fusion and Resistance: the Experiences of Immigrant Women in Taiwanese Townships 11. How Outsiders Find Home in the City: Chung Shan in Taipei Part 4: Transgressing 12. Machizukuri House and Its Expanding Networks: Making New Public Realm in Private Homes 13. Niwaroju: Private Gardens Serving the Public Realm 14. Farmhouses as Urban/Rural Public Space Part 5: Uncovering 15. Urban Archives: Public Memories of Everyday Places 16. Funny It Doesn’t Look Like Insurgent Space: the San Francisco Bureau of Urban Secrets and the Practice of History as a Public Art 17. Mapping the Space of Desire: Brothel as a City Landmark 18. Spatial Limbo: Re-inscribing Landscapes in Temporal Suspension Part 6: Contesting 19. Public Space Activism, Toronto and Vancouver: Using the Banner of Public Space to Build Capacity and Activate Change 20. Urban Agriculture in the Making of Insurgent Spaces in Los Angeles and Seattle 21. When Overwhelming Needs Meets Underwhelming Prospects: Sustaining Community Open Space Activism in East St. Louis

Selected Contents: Part 1: Towards a Metropolitan Landscape: Interpreting American Cities Part 2: Towards a Metropolitan Urbanism – Democratic Aspirations, American Pragmatism and Design Practice Part 3: Making the Metropolitan Landscape: Action Through Practice Part 4: Programs for a Metropolitan Landscape 2009: 246 x 174: 256pp Hb: 978-0-415-77410-9: $150.00 Pb: 978-0-415-77411-6: $49.95 eBook: 978-0-203-87204-8 For more information, visit: www.routledge.com/9780415774116

Urban Design Futures Edited by Malcolm Moor and Jon Rowland

This book explores new concepts and points the way towards a series of urban design paradigms for the twenty-first century. Selected Contents: 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

April 2010: 246 x 174: 288pp Hb: 978-0-415-77965-4: $155.00 Pb: 978-0-415-77966-1: $44.95 eBook: 978-0-203-09300-9

2006: 216pp Hb: 978-0-415-31877-8: $175.00 Pb: 978-0-415-31878-5: $63.95 eBook: 978-0-203-60172-3

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Whose Public Space?

bestseller

International Case Studies in Urban Design and Development

Planning with Complexity

Edited by Ali Madanipour, University of Newcastle, UK.

An Introduction to Collaborative Rationality for Public Policy

Theoretical accounts and case studies address whether making public spaces more accessible can restore the social fabric of the city, highlighting key projects across the world.

Judith E. Innes, University of California, Berkeley, USA and David E. Booher, Center for Collaborative Policy, California State University, Sacramento, USA

2009: 234 x 156: 288pp Hb: 978-0-415-55385-8: $150.00 Pb: 978-0-415-55386-5: $53.95 eBook: 978-0-203-86094-6 For more information, visit: www.routledge.com/9780415553865

Urban Design and the British Urban Renaissance Edited by John Punter, Cardiff University, UK

Analyzing emerging practices of collaboration in planning and public policy to overcome the challenges complexity, fragmentation and uncertainty, the authors present a new theory of collaborative rationality, to help make sense of the new practices. They enquire in detail into how collaborative rationality works, the theories that inform it, and the potential and pitfalls for democracy in the twenty-first century. Representing the authors’ collective experience based upon over thirty years of research and practice, this is insightful reading for students, educators, scholars, and reflective practitioners in the fields of urban planning, public policy, political science and public administration.

Are Britain’s cities attractive places in which to live, work and play? Asking that question, this is a critical review of how the design dimension of the Urban Renaissance strategy was developed and applied, based on expert academic assessments of progress in Britain’s thirteen largest cities.

Selected Contents: 1. Thinking Differently for an Age of Complexity 2. How Can Theory Improve Practice? 3. Stories From the Field 4. The Praxis of Collaboration 5. Dialogue as a Community of Inquiry 6. Knowledge Into Action: The Role of Dialogue 7. Using Local Knowledge for Justice and Resilience 8. Beyond Collaboration: Democratic Governance for a Resilient Society

Selected Contents: Part 1: The English ‘The Core Cities’: An Introduction Part 2: London and Thames Gateway: An Introduction Part 3: The Celtic Capitals: An Introduction Part 4: Wales: An Introduction Part 5: Northern Ireland: An Introduction

March 2010: 246 x 174: 256pp Hb: 978-0-415-77931-9: $150.00 Pb: 978-0-415-77932-6: $29.95 eBook: 978-0-203-86430-2

2009: 246 x 189: 392pp Hb: 978-0-415-44304-3: $150.00 Pb: 978-0-415-44303-6: $60.00 eBook: 978-0-203-86920-8

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An Introduction to Community Development

2nd Edition

Edited by Rhonda Phillips, Arizona State University, USA and Robert H. Pittman, University of Central Arkansas, USA

For Local Health and Global Sustainability

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 utilizing a wide variety of economic and strategic tools. Features include; chapter outlines, text boxes, key words and references.

Shaping Neighbourhoods Hugh Barton, Marcus Grant and Richard Guise all at University of the West of England, UK

Selected Contents: Editors’ Overview Part 1: Foundations Part 2: Preparation and Planning Part 3: Programming Techniques and Strategies Part 4: Issues Impacting Community Development

2008: 246 x 189: 392pp Hb: 978-0-415-77384-3: $155.00 Pb: 978-0-415-77385-0: $58.95 eBook: 978-0-203-88693-9

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The People’s Property? Power, Politics, and the Public. Lynn Staeheli and Donald Mitchell This is the first book-length scholarly examination of how negotiations over the ownership, control, and peopling of public space are central to the development of publicity, citizenship, and democracy in urban areas. The book asks the questions: Why does it matter who owns public property? Who controls it? Who is in it? 2007: 229 x 152: 224pp Hb: 978-0-415-95522-5: $135.00 Pb: 978-0-415-95523-2: $35.95

With many new case studies and a wealth of new research, this new edition outlines the principles for planning healthy and sustainable neighbourhoods and towns, putting the topical issues of climate change and obesity at the centre of its concern. This substantially revised and important second edition responds to a changing agenda in government policy and planning practice, putting issues of climate change and obesity at the centre of its concern.

Containing many new case studies and a wealth of new research, this indispensable guide bridges the gulf between theory and practice, between planning authorities, investors and communities, and between different professional perspectives. Whether you are a student faced with a local planning project; a planner, urban designer or developer involved in new development; a health authority concerned with promoting physical activity; or a community group wanting to improve your neighbourhood; this book is for you. Selected Contents: 1. Orientation and Principles 2. A Neighbourhood Planning Process 3. Providing for Local Need 4. Working with Natural Systems 5. Urban Design Synthesis 6. Neighbourhood Checklists January 2010: 276 x 219: 344pp Hb: 978-0-415-49548-6: $150.00 Pb: 978-0-415-49549-3: $62.95 For more information, visit: www.routledge.com/9780415495486

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The Community Development Reader

The Gentrification Reader

James DeFilippis and Susan Saegert

Edited by Loretta Lees, King’s College London, UK, Tom Slater, University of Edinburgh, UK and Elvin Wyly, University of British Columbia, Canada

The Community Development Reader is the first comprehensive reader addressing community development. Community development has become a significant component of urban political economies in the past thirty years. This Reader is an ambitious volume bringing together history, theory and power dynamics. It does not just promote the model of community development but also addresses the messiness of community development 2007: 254 x 178: 360pp Hb: 978-0-415-95428-0: $145.00 Pb: 978-0-415-95429-7: $61.95 eBook: 978-0-203-93556-9

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Gentrification Loretta Lees, Tom Slater and Elvin Wyly

Gentrification presents major theoretical ideas and concepts with case studies, and summaries of the ideas in the book as well as offering ideas for future research. Written for upper-level undergraduates in geography, sociology, and planning. 2007: 229 x 152: 344pp Hb: 978-0-415-95036-7: $145.00 Pb: 978-0-415-95037-4: $39.95

Gentrification remains a subject of heated debate in the public realm as well as scholarly and policy circles. This Reader brings together the classic writings and contemporary literature that has helped to define the field, changed the direction of how it is studied and illustrated the points of conflict and consensus that are distinctive of gentrification research. Covering everything from the theories of gentrification through to analysis of state-led policies and community resistance to those polices, this is an unparalleled collection of influential writings on a contentious contemporary issue. With insightful commentary from the editors, who are themselves internationally renowned experts in the field, this is essential reading for students of urban planning, geography, urban studies, sociology and housing studies. Selected Contents: Part 1: Defining Gentrification Part 2: Stage Models of Gentrification Part 3: Explaining/Theorizing Gentrification Introduction Part 4: Gentrification and Displacement Part 5: Geographies of Gentrification Part 6: Gentrification and Urban Policy Part 7: Resisting Gentrification March 2010: 246 x 189: 648pp Hb: 978-0-415-54839-7: $150.00 Pb: 978-0-415-54840-3: $53.95 For more information, visit: www.routledge.com/9780415548403

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The Gentrification Debates

New

A Reader

Port Cities

Japonica Brown-Saracino, Loyola University Chicago, USA

Dynamic Landscapes and Global Networks

Series: The Metropolis and Modern Life

Edited by Carola Hein, Bryn Mawr College, USA

’Through an engaging blend of personal reflection, anecdotal material and discussion of scholarship The Gentrification Debates provides a well-balanced broad-ranging introduction to gentrification. Excerpts from influential journal articles and theses, discussion questions and activities provide the reader with useful resources that make The Gentrification Debates a suitable text for undergraduate and graduate courses in a variety of disciplines.’ – Susan Lucas, Geography and Urban Studies, Temple University

Uniquely well suited for teaching, this innovative text-reader strengthens students’ critical thinking skills, sparks classroom discussion, and also provides a comprehensive and accessible understanding of gentrification. Selected Contents: Part 1: What is Gentrification? Definitions and Key Concepts Part 2: How, Where and When Does Gentrification Occur? Part 3: Who are Gentrifiers and Why Do They Engage in Gentrification? Part 4: What Are the Outcomes and Consequences of Gentrification? March 2010: 235 x 187: 400pp Hb: 978-0-415-80164-5: $145.00 Pb: 978-0-415-80165-2: $45.95 For more information, visit: www.routledge.com/9780415801652

Ports have been and continue to be critical in not just the global movement of goods, but also the global movement of ideas, social change, and cultural phenomena. Shipping and trade networks have created a legacy embodied in the street patterns, land use and buildings of interconnected port cities. Port Cities brings together original scholarship by both well-published and younger scholars from multiple disciplines and builds upon long-standing research on the international exchange of architectural and planning ideas. A carefully selected series of essays examines comprehensively and globally the changing built and urban environment of port cities. They explore similarities, dissimilarities, and how sea-based networking has influenced urban landscapes and architecture, socio-economic and cultural development from the nineteenth to the twenty-first centuries. The first section examines global networks linking ports and cities and explores the effect of inter-continental transfers on architecture and planning. The second part focuses on interconnected port cities in regional contexts, analyzing socio-economic structures and urban and built form. The third section examines the built environment of selected cities in view of their response to changing technology, transforming socio-economic networks and political contexts, as well as evolving design concepts. Overall, the book proposes a networked analysis of the built and urban environment, arguing that international maritime networks are paradigmatic for the creation of dynamic, multi-scaled, and interconnected ‘port cityscapes’. Selected Contents: 1. Changing Urban Patterns in Port Cities 2. Migration, Trade and Atlantic Port Cities 3. Shipping Chinatowns and Container Terminals 4. Seaport Cities 5. Port Cities and Global Exchange of Planning Ideas 6. Trade, Politics and City Spaces in Mediterranean Ports 7. Mercantile Elites in Ports of Amsterdam and Rotterdam 8. Treaty Ports of China 9. Staring at the Sea, Staring at the Land 10. Town Planning, Architecture and Migration in Port Cities of Suez Canal Area 11. Hamburg’s Waterfront Redevelopment 12. New York City 13. Hong Kong 14. Dubai’s Jebel Ali Port May 2011: 246 x 174: 288pp Hb: 978-0-415-78042-1: $155.00 Pb: 978-0-415-78043-8: $53.95 For more information, visit: www.routledge.com/9780415780438

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Urban Regeneration in the UK

New Labour and Planning

Andrew Tallon, University of the West of England, Bristol, UK

From New Right to New Left

Phil Allmendinger, University of Cambridge, UK

Following the Thatcher and Major administrations there was an apparent renaissance of planning under New Labour. After a slow start in which Labour’s view of planning owed more to a neo-liberal, rolled back state model reminiscent of the New Right the Government began to appreciate that many of its wider objectives including economic development, climate change, democratic renewal, social justice and housing affordability intersected with and were critically dependent upon the planning system.

A wide range of initiatives, management processes, governance vehicles and policy documents emanated from Government. Planning, like other areas of the public sector, was to be reformed and modernized as well as given a prime role in tackling national, high profile priorities such as increasing housing supply and improving economic competitiveness. Drawing upon an institutionalist framework the book also seeks to understand how and in what circumstances change emerges, either in an evolutionary or punctuated way. It will, for the first time, chart and explore the changing nature of development and planning over the Labour era whilst also stepping back and reflecting upon what such changes mean for planning generally and the likely future trajectories of reform and spatial governance. January 2011: 234 x 156: 208pp Hb: 978-0-415-59748-7: $155.00 Pb: 978-0-415-59749-4: $49.95 eBook: 978-0-203-83199-1 For more information, visit: www.routledge.com/9780415597494

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This text provides an accessible, yet critical, synthesis of urban regeneration in the UK incorporating key policies, approaches, issues and debates. The central objective of the book is to place the historical and contemporary regeneration agenda into context. Urban Regeneration in the UK blends the approaches taken by central government programmes and cities themselves in the regeneration process. The latest ideas and examples from across disciplines and across the UK’s urban areas are illustrated. This book provides a comprehensive and up-to-date synthesis that will fill a significant gap in the current literature on regeneration and will be a tool for students as well as a seminal read for practitioners and researchers.

Selected Contents: Section 1: The Context for Urban Regeneration 1. Introduction: The Decline and Rise of UK Cities Section 2: Central Government Urban Regeneration Policy 2. The Early Years: Town and Country Planning and Area-Based Policies 3. Entrepreneurial Regeneration in the 1980s 4. Competition and Community in Urban Policy in the 1990s 5. New Labour, New Urban Policy? Regeneration Since the Late 1990s Section 3: Cities in Transition: Themes and Approaches 6. Urban Competitiveness 7. New Forms of Urban Governance 8. Community and Regeneration 9. Urban Regeneration and Sustainability 10. City Centre Retail-Led Regeneration 11. Housing-led Regeneration and Gentrification 12. Leisure and Cultural Regeneration 13. Regenerating Suburban and Exurban Areas of Cities Section 4: Conclusion 14. Urban Regeneration into the Future 2009: 246 x 174: 336pp Hb: 978-0-415-42596-4: $160.00 Pb: 978-0-415-42597-1: $59.95 eBook: 978-0-203-87259-8 For more information, visit: www.routledge.com/9780415425971

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Planning the Night-time City

Becoming Places

Marion Roberts and Adam Eldridge both at University of Westminster, UK

Urbanism / Architecture / Identity / Power

The night-time economy represents a particular challenge for planners and town centre managers. In the context of liberalized licensing and a growing culture around the ’twenty-four-hour city’, the desire to foster economic growth and to achieve urban regeneration has been set on a collision course with the need to maintain social order.

Kim Dovey, Melbourne University, Australia

The authors draw on extensive case study research, to explain how changing approaches to evening and night-time activities have been conceptualized in planning practice. The first to synthesize recent debates on law, health, planning and policy, this research considers how these dialogues impact upon the design, management, development and the experience of the night-time city. Selected Contents: 1. Introduction 2. Cities at Night 3. Visions of the Night-Time City 4. Party Cities 5. Binge Drinking Britain? 6. Regulating Consumption 7. Regulating Licensing 8. Planning and Managing the Night-Time City 9. Consumers 10. Night-Time Cities, Night-Time Futures 2009: 234 x 156: 256pp Hb: 978-0-415-43617-5: $150.00 Pb: 978-0-415-43618-2: $49.95 For more information, visit: www.routledge.com/9780415436182

Regenerating London Governance, Sustainability and Community in a Global City Edited by Rob Imrie, Loretta Lees and Mike Raco all at King’s College London, UK

About the practices and politics of place and identity formation – the slippery ways in which who we are becomes wrapped up with where we are – this book exposes the relations of place to power. It links everyday aspects of place experience to the social theories of Deleuze and Bourdieu in a very readable manner. This is a book that takes the social critique of built form another step through detailed fieldwork and analysis in particular case studies.

Selected Contents: Part 1: Ideas 1. Making Sense of Place 2. Place as Assemblage 3. Silent Complicities 4. Limits of Critical Architecture Part 2: Places 5. Slippery Characters: Defending and Creating Place Identities (with Ian Woodcock and Stephen Wood) 6. Becoming Prosperous: Informal Urbanism in Yogyakarta (with Wiryono Rhajo) 7. Urbanising Architecture: Koolhaas and Spatial Segmentarity 8. Open Court: Transparency and Legitimation in the Courthouse 9. Safety Becomes Danger: Drug-Use in Public Space (with John Fitzgerald) 10. New Orders: Monas and Merdeka Square (with Eka Permanasari) 11. Urban Slippage: Smooth and Striated Streetscapes in Bangkok (with Kasama Polakit) 2009: 246 x 174: 216pp Hb: 978-0-415-41636-8: $165.00 Pb: 978-0-415-41637-5: $46.95 eBook: 978-0-203-87500-1 For more information, visit: www.routledge.com/9780415416375

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 redevelopment. 2008: 246 x 174: 336pp Hb: 978-0-415-43366-2: $155.00 Pb: 978-0-415-43367-9: $48.95 eBook: 978-0-203-88671-7 For more information, visit: www.routledge.com/9780415433679

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Pragmatic Sustainability

2nd Edition

Theoretical and Practical Tools

Sustainable Urban Development Reader

Edited by Steven A. Moore, University of Texas at Austin, USA

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

Though many disciplines have been advocating the need to create a world which is sustainable, too often the theories and ideas are discipline specific and too narrow for comprehensive adoption. The authors of this book – all leading thinkers in their fields – instead propose a more general way of thinking, a pragmatic and pluralistic approach. Rather than suggesting a single solution to the problem of how to live sustainably, this collection instead discusses broader approaches to social and environmental change.

The ideas here contribute to important cross-disciplinary discourses which emphasize the need to think beyond the present and consider the consequences of our actions. Utilizing knowledge from architecture, business, economics, engineering, history, philosophy, planning, science and technological studies this book supports a constantly changing approach to the issues we currently are, and will shortly be, facing in our planet’s future. Aimed primarily at students, this text appeals to undergraduates and postgraduates in almost any discipline, especially those interested in how to secure a future in which we can live productively but not destructively with those other humans and non-humans which inhabit the Earth. Contents: Introduction: Pragmatic Sustainability Part 1: The Struggle to Define Part 2: Technological Cultures Part 3: Sustainability and Place Part 4: Sustainability and Cities Part 5: Civil Society, Industry, and Regulation January 2010: 246 x 189: 312pp Hb: 978-0-415-77937-1: $150.00 Pb: 978-0-415-77938-8: $35.95

Series: Routledge Urban Reader

Building on the success of its first edition, the second edition of the Sustainable Urban Development Reader expands its selection of classic material on sustainable community development. As in the previous edition, it begins by tracing the roots of the sustainable development concept in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries, before presenting classic readings on a number of dimensions of the sustainability concept.

The Sustainable Urban 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. 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: 246 x 189: 512pp Hb: 978-0-415-45381-3: $190.00 Pb: 978-0-415-45382-0: $69.95 eBook: 978-0-203-89427-9 For more information, visit: www.routledge.com/9780415453820

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Water and the City

New

Risk, Resilience and Planning for a Sustainable Future

2nd Edition

Iain White, University of Manchester, UK

Land and Limits

Series: Natural and Built Environment

Interpreting Sustainability in the Planning Process

As a vital human need, water has been absolutely critical to decisions as to where cities originate, how much they grow and the standard of living of the inhabitants. The relationship is complex however; we need both continual availability and protection from its potential impacts. Over recent decades flooding and scarcity episodes have become commonplace in even the most advanced countries – and these events cannot be disassociated from the socio-economic context within which they occur; being directly related to how we live, where we live and how we govern.

This book draws together information on a host of connected subjects from population growth to water scarcity to the relationship between humanity and nature, then demonstrates how utilizing notions of risk and resilience could help improve the relationship between the city and its most precious resource. Combining discussions of risk, water and spatial planning it provides an invaluable text for planning, geography and urban studies students on how to address urban water problems within a rapidly changing world. Selected Contents: Section 1: The Past, Present and Future Context 1. Nature, Climate and Hazard 2. Drivers for Change Section 2: The Problems of Water in the City 3. Too Much Water in the City 4. Too Little Water in the City Section 3: Towards A Conceptual Framework 5. Risk, Resilience and Spatial Planning 6. Principles of Intervention Section 4: Planning for a Sustainable Future 7. Hazard and Resilience in the City 8. Exposure and Resilience in the City 9. Vulnerability and Resilience in the City 10. Towards a More Sustainable City. Bibliography July 2010: 234 x 156: 224pp Hb: 978-0-415-55332-2: $150.00 Pb: 978-0-415-55333-9: $53.95 eBook: 978-0-203-84831-9

Susan Owens, University of Cambridge, UK and Richard Cowell, Cardiff University, UK Series: RTPI Library

The first edition of this seminal book was written at a time of rapidly growing interest in the potential for land use planning to deliver sustainable development, and explored the connections between the two and implications for public policy. In the decade since the book was first conceived, environmental imperatives have risen still further up the policial agenda and land use conflicts have intensified, lending even greater importance to the authors’ research.

In a rigorous discussion of concepts, policy instruments and contemporary planning dilemmas, the authors challenge prevailing assumptions about planning for sustainability. After charting the remarkable growth in expectations of planning, they show how attempts to interpret sustainability must lead to fundamental moral and political choices. Selected Contents: Foreword John Forester. Introduction 1. Old Conflicts and New Ideas 2. Rhetoric, Policy and Practice: Sustainable Development as a Planning Issue 3. Interpreting Sustainability 4. Defining and Defending: Approaches to Planning for Sustainability 5. Moving Targets: Planning for an Integrated Transport Policy 6. Planning for Biodiversity: Ethics, Policies and Practice 7. Distributing Development: Sustainability and Equity in Minerals Planning 8. Conclusions and Reflections December 2010: 234 x 156: 288pp Pb: 978-0-415-48571-5: $53.95 For more information, visit: www.routledge.com/9780415485715

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Eco-Urbanity

The EcoEdge

Towards Well-Mannered Built Environments

Urgent Design Challenges in Building Sustainable Cities

Edited by Darko Radovic, University of Melbourne, Australia

Edited by Esther Charlesworth, RMIT University, Melbourne, Australia and Rob Adams, Director of Design and Urban Environment, City of Melbourne, Australia

Presenting diverse case studies of contemporary sustainable urban practice from Europe, Africa, India, South America, the USA and Australia, this book offers the reader a fantastic wealth of practical material from a range of internationally renowned authors. Each practical case study has addressed issues and then offered solutions to implement sustainable cities across a range of urban scales and cultures. Highly illustrated, thematically focused and with a superb global coverage, this book presents a multi-voiced and yet highly cohesive reference for anyone interested in green issues in urban design and architecture.

Selected Contents: Abbreviations. Acknowledgements 1. The EcoEdge Part 1: Urban Design and a Sustainable City 2. Overview 3. Air in the City: The Place of Work 4. Assassination in the Sustainable City: the Netherlands and Beyond 5. Reprogramming the Cities for Increased Populations and Climate Change 6. Sustainability for Survival: Moving the United Kingdom beyond the Zero Carbon Agenda 7. Chaos and Resillience: The Johannesburg Experience Part 2: Infrastructure and a Sustainable City 8. Overview 9. Sustainable Drinking Water and Sanitation: Two Indian Cases 10. Sustainable Savannah in Georgia 11. Ecopolis: Small Steps Towards Urbanism as a Living System 12. The Greed Edge: China Between Hope and Hazard Part 3: Architecture and Sustainable City 13. Overview 14. A Landscape Framework for Urban Sustainability: Thu Thiem, Ho Chi Minh City 15. Networks Cities in China: Sustaining Culture, Economics and the Environment 16. The Responsive City: London South Bank Experiences 17. Small-Scale Sustainability: Parasite Las Palmas and Beyond 18. Sustainable and Sub-tropical City: An Architetcure of Timberframed Landscapes 19. Beyond the EcoEdge February 2011: 246 x 189: 208pp Hb: 978-0-415-57247-7: $155.00 Pb: 978-0-415-57248-4: $49.95

There is need for change in our currently unsustainable cities. Carefully outlining paths towards better, sustainable ways of urban living, this book proposes a radical change in the ways we conceive and live our urban environments. Bringing together diverse cultural and disciplinary views on urban sustainability, eighteen leading academics and practitioners in sustainable architecture and urbanism explore global concerns of sustainability and urbanity. This broad range of issues are clearly articulated and linked to concrete places and projects, merging research and cuttingedge design investigations to promote environmentally and culturally sensitive urban futures.

Selected Contents: Part 1: The Compact City, Strategies and Success Stories Part 2: Other Cultures, Approaches and Strategies Part 3: Other Scales and Sensibilities 2009: 246 x 174: 264pp Hb: 978-0-415-47277-7: $150.00 Pb: 978-0-415-47278-4: $49.95 For more information, visit: www.routledge.com/9780415472784

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Sustainable Urban Development Series The Sustainable Urban Development Series focuses on the research and debate of the BEQUEST (Building, Environmental Quality Evaluation for Sustainability) network funded by the European Commission. Together the books provide a toolkit of interest and value to policy makers, academics, professionals and advanced level students in Urban Planning, Urban Property Development, Urban Design, Architecture, Construction and related areas of the built environment.

Sustainable Urban Development Volume 1

Sustainable Urban Development Volume 3

The Framework and Protocols for Environmental Assessment

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

Edited by Stephen Curwell, Mark Deakin and Martin Symes 2005: 234 x 156: 256pp Hb: 978-0-415-32214-0: $155.00 Pb: 978-0-415-32215-7: $62.95 eBook: 978-0-203-29991-3 For more information, visit: www.routledge.com/9780415322157

The Toolkit for Assessment

This book outlines the BEQUEST toolkit that provides the means by which to link the protocols with the assessment methods currently available to evaluate the sustainability of urban development. 2008: 234 x 156: 304pp Hb: 978-0-415-32218-8: $155.00 Pb: 978-0-415-32219-5: $62.95 eBook: 978-0-203-88678-6 For more information, visit: www.routledge.com/9780415322195

Sustainable Urban Development Volume 2 The Environmental Assessment Methods Edited by Mark Deakin, Gordon Mitchell, Peter Nijkamp and Ron Vreeker 2007: 234 x 156: 544pp Hb: 978-0-415-32216-4: $155.00 Pb: 978-0-415-32217-1: $62.95 eBook: 978-0-203-41703-4 For more information, visit: www.routledge.com/9780415322171

Sustainable Urban Development Volume 4 Changing Professional Practice Edited by Ian Cooper, Eclipse Research Consultants, Cambridge, UK and Martin Symes, University of the West of England, UK 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. 2008: 234 x 156: 328pp Hb: 978-0-415-43821-6: $155.00 Pb: 978-0-415-43822-3: $62.95 eBook: 978-0-203-89218-3 For more information, visit: www.routledge.com/9780415438223

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bestseller

Implementing Sustainability

3rd Edition

Caroline L. Miller, Massey University, New Zealand

Introduction To Environmental Impact Assessment

Series: RTPI Library

John Glasson, Riki Therivel, and Andrew Chadwick

The New Zealand Experience

New Zealand’s Resource Management Act (RMA) was hailed as a radical new approach to planning that would both achieve better environmental outcomes and benefit developers by working rapidly and more efficiently. This book examines the lessons that can be learned by planning practitioners across the world. It focuses on the realities of implementing the RMA for the planning profession, the community and the political system within which planning must always operate.  ffering a practitioner’s insight, the book looks at those O strategies and techniques that have proved successful, and spells out what can be applied to the planning systems of other countries.

December 2010: 234 x 156: 256pp Hb: 978-0-415-49550-9: $155.00 Pb: 978-0-415-49551-6: $53.95 eBook: 978-0-203-83514-2 For more information, visit: www.routledge.com/9780415495516

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An introduction to environmental impact assessment, this text is designed to be used by students of planning, environmental studies and geography. Selected Contents: Part 1: Principles and Procedures 1. Introduction and Principles 2. Origins and Development 3. UK Agency and Legislation Context Part 2: Process 4. Starting Up; Early Stages 5. Impact Prediction, Evaluation and Mitigation 6. Participation, Presentation and Review 7. Monitoring and Auditing: After the Decision Part 3: Practice 8. An Overview of UK Practice to Date 9. Case Studies of EIA in Practice 10. Comparative Practice Part 4: Prospects 11. Improving the Effectiveness of Project Assessment 12. Widening the Scope: Strategic Environmental Assessment

2005: 234 x 156: 448pp Hb: 978-0-415-33836-3: $155.00 Pb: 978-0-415-33837-0: $61.95 For more information, visit: www.routledge.com/9780415338370

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Ur ba n Des i g n , L a n d s cape a n d E n vi ro n me n t bestseller

New

3rd Edition

Urban Design

Methods of Environmental Impact Assessment

The Composition of Complexity

Edited by Peter Morris and Riki Therivel both at Oxford Brookes University, UK

Ron Kasprisin, University of Washington, Seattle, USA

Series: Natural and Built Environment

Delivering a successful EIA needs not only an understanding of the theory but also a detailed knowledge of the methods for carrying out the processes required. Peter Morris and Riki Therivel bring together the latest advice on best practice from experienced practitioners to ensure an EIA is carried out correctly. Invaluable to undergraduate and MSc students of EIA in planning, ecology, geography and environment courses, this third edition of Methods of Environmental Impact Assessment is also of great use to planners, EIA practitioners and professionals seeking to update their skills.

Ron Kasprisin has written a book for students of planning and urban design that reconnects the process of designing with outcomes on the ground, and puts thinking about design back at the heart of what planners do. The book identifies the elements and principles of composition and explores compositional order and structure as they relate to the meaning and functionality of cities. It discusses new directions and methods, outlines the importance of both buildings and the open spaces between them.

Mixing accessible theory, practical examples and carefully designed exercises in composition from simple to complex settings, Kasprisin’s Urban Design is an essential textbook for classrooms and design studios across the full spectrum of planning and urban studies fields. Not only filled with illustrations and graphics of excellent projects, it gives students tools to enable them to sketch, draw, design and above all, to think.

Selected Contents: Part 1: Methods for Environmental Components 1. Introduction Riki Therivel and Peter Morris 2. Socio-Economic Impacts 1: Overview and Economic Impacts John Glasson 3. Socio-Economic Impacts 2: Social Impacts Andrew Chadwick 4. Noise Riki Therivel 5. Transport Chris Fry and Riki Therivel 6. Landscape and Visual Rebecca Knight 7. Archaeological and Other Material and Cultural Assets Riki Therivel 8. Air Quality and Climate David Walker and Hannah Dalton 9. Soils, Geology and Geomorphology Chris Stapleton, Kevin Hawkins and Martin Hodson 10. Water Sally-Beth Kelday, Andrew Brookes and Peter Morris 11. Ecology Peter Morris and Roy Emberton 12. Coastal Ecology and Geomorphology Ricard Cottle and Sian John Part 2: Shared and Integrative Methods 13. Environmental Risk Assessment and Risk Management Andrew Brookes 14. Geographical Information Systems and EIA Agustin Rodriguez-Bachiller and Graham Wood 15. Quality of Life Capital Riki Therivel 16. Sustainable Development and Sustainability Appraisal Roy Emberton and Riki Therivel. Appendices

Selected Contents: Foreword and Acknowledgements 1. Introduction 2. Definitions and Fundamentals of Urban Design in Culture 3. Urban Design Language and Parameters 4. Elements and Principles of Design Composition 5. Relationships in Composition 6. Transformations of Form in Urban Design 7. Context, Program and Typology 8. Experiments in Composition 9. Theoretical Considerations Appendices The Politics of Design Remnants, Bridging and Hybridity Section and Axonometric Drawing Compositions in the Landscape

2009: 234 x 156: 576pp Hb: 978-0-415-44174-2: $150.00 Pb: 978-0-415-44175-9: $53.95 eBook: 978-0-203-89290-9

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U rban De si gn, Landsca pe and En v i ro n men t

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To Design Landscape

Urban Wildscapes

Art, Nature and Utility

Edited by Anna Jorgensen, University of Sheffield, UK and Richard Keenan, Environment Room, Sheffield, UK

Catherine Dee, University of Sheffield, UK

To Design Landscape is about aesthetic practice in contemporary landscape design. It offers both highly practical lessons and a cultural philosophy of landscape design at a time of ecological necessity. Dee combines theory with a striking visual format and image-based ‘lessons’, drawing on experience as a landscape architecture lecturer and her talents as an artist.

Selected Contents: To Design Landscape 1. The Designed Landscape 2. Craft 3. Form and Formlessness 4. The Aesthetics of Thrift: Art, Nature and Utility Principles 5. Sculpting Time 6. All Possible Forms 7. Nature, Culture, Both 8. Soft, Rock-hard, and Evergreen Time 9. Elemental Register 10. Hand and Machine 11. Modesty and Ingenuity as Art 12. Economy of Means 13. Utilitarian Form 14. Context is All 15. Raking Strategies 16. Abstraction 17. Hardly 18. Intervention 19. Keep 20. Absence 21. Lucky 22. Interplay Actions 23. Survey 24. Indoor Craft 25. Outdoor Craft Elements 26. Green 27. Terrain 28. Wet 29. Furnish 30. Dirty, Rotten 31. Wind 32. Sky

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Form & Fabric in Landscape Architecture Catherine Dee 2001 Hb: 978-0-415-24637-8: $155.00 Pb: 978-0-415-24638-5: $50.95 eBook: 978-0-203-63907-8

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Spatial Recall Memory in Architecture and Landscape Edited by Marc Treib, University of California, Berkeley, USA Architecture and designed landscapes serve as grand mnemonic devices that record and transmit vital aspects of culture and history. Spatial Recall casts a broad net over the concept of memory and gives a variety of perspectives from twelve internationally noted scholars, practicing designers, and artists.

August 2011: 246 x 189: 320pp Hb: 978-0-415-58504-0: $155.00 Pb: 978-0-415-58505-7: $53.95

A Visual Introduction

Urban Wildscapes is the first edited collection of writings about urban ‘wilderness’ landscapes. Evolved, rather than designed or planned, these derelict, abandoned, and marginal spaces are frequently overgrown with vegetation and host to a wide range of human activities. Frequently maligned in popular culture these landscapes have recently been re-evaluated and this collection combines these fresh perspectives in one volume.

Essays range from broad topics of message and audience to specific ones of landscape production. Beautifully illustrated, Spatial Recall is a comprehensive view of memory in the built environment, how we have read it in the past, and how we can create it in the future. Selected Contents: Part 1: Body Part 2: Landscapes Part 3: Buildings 2009: 234 x 156: 272pp Hb: 978-0-415-77735-3: $150.00 Pb: 978-0-415-77736-0: $53.95 For more information, visit: www.routledge.com/9780415777360

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P l a n ni n g Hi s to ry New

New

Meaning in Landscape Architecture and Gardens

Patrick Geddes and Town Planning

Edited by Marc Treib, University of California, Berkeley, USA

Noah Hysler-Rubin, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem and Bezalel Academy of Art and Design, Jerusalem, Isreal

Can a landscape architect or garden designer really imbue new settings with meaning, or does meaning evolve over time, created by those who perceive and use these landscapes? What role does the selection and arrangement of plants and hard materials play in this process and just where does the passage of time enter into the equation? T hese questions collectively provide the core material for Meaning in Landscape Architecture and Gardens, a compendium of four landmark essays written over a period of twenty years by leading scholars in the field of landscape architecture. New commentaries by the authors accompany each of the essays and reflect on the thinking behind them as well as the evolution of the author’s thoughts since their original publication.

The essays have been perennial favorites in landscape courses since their original publication in Landscape Journal. Bringing them together – bolstered by the new commentaries – creates a book valuable to all those creating gardens and landscapes, as well as those teaching and studying these subjects. Selected Contents: Meaning and Meanings: An Introduction Marc Treib 1. Form, Meaning, and Expression in Landscape Architecture Laurie Olin 1a. Commentary 1: What Did I Mean Then and Now? Laurie Olin 2. Must Landscapes Mean? Approaches to Significance in Recent Landscape Architecture Marc Treib 2a. Commentary 2: Must Landscapes Mean Revisited Marc Treib 3. Can Gardens Mean? Jane Gillette 3a. Commentary 3 Jane Gillette 4. Gardens Can Mean Susan Herrington 4a. Commentary 4: Meaning and Criticism Susan Herrington

A Critical View

Patrick Geddes is considered a forefather of the modern urban planning movement. This book studies the various, and even opposing ways, in which Geddes has been interpreted up to this day, providing a new reading of his life, writing and plans.

Geddes’ scrutiny is presented as a case study for Town Planning as a whole. Tying together for the first time key concepts in cultural geography and colonial urbanism, the book proposes a more vigorous historiography, exposing hidden narratives and past agendas still dominating the disciplinary discourse. Written by a cultural geographer and a town planner, this book offers a rounded, full-length analysis of Geddes’ vision and its material manifestation, functioning also as a much needed critical tool to evaluate Modern Town Planning as an academic and practical discipline. The book also includes a long overdue model of his urban theory. Selected Contents: Part 1: The Planning Historiography of Patrick Geddes Part 2: Geddes and Geography Part 3: Planning in the Colonies Part 4: Postcolonial Scrutiny Conclusion: The Historiography of Town Planning, A Postcolonial Reading January 2011: 234 x 156: 208pp Hb: 978-0-415-57866-0: $155.00 Pb: 978-0-415-57867-7: $44.95 For more information, visit: www.routledge.com/9780415578677

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To-Morrow

Planning, History and Environment Series

A Peaceful Path to Real Reform E. Howard, Sir Peter Hall, Dennis Hardy and Colin Ward

Ebenezer Howard’s To-Morrow is deservedly the most famous publication in the history of town planning. Originally published in 1898 and repeatedly thereafter, it sparked the garden city movement across the world, and fundamentally changed the terms of debate in urban planning.

This new paperback facsimile of the original version of Howard’s work includes a detailed commentary by three leading commentators and reproduces in full colour all the material subsequently left out and lost to posterity. This is an invaluable insight into the originality and breadth of Howard’s vision, and demonstrates the full extent of his inspiration of future generations of town planners. Selected Contents: Introduction 1. The Town-Country Magnet 2. The Revenue of Garden City, and How it is Obtained – The Agricultural Estate 3. The Revenue of Garden City – Town Estate 4. The Revenue of Garden City – General Observations on its Expenditure 5. Further Details of Expenditure on Garden City 6. Administration 7. Semi-Municipal Enterprises – Local Option – Temperance Reform 8. Pro-Municipal Work 9. Administration – A Bird’s Eye View 10. Some Difficulties Considered 11. A Unique Combination of Proposals 12. The Path Followed Up 13. Social Cities 14. The Future of London Appendix – Water-Supply 2009: 276 x 219: 232pp Pb: 978-0-415-56193-8: $44.95 For more information, visit: www.routledge.com/9780415561938

The Planning, History and Environment Series provides planners and architects, social scientists and historians worldwide with unique access to the origins and development of city and regional planning, urban design and conservation. The series examines the evolution of the built environment – from early town planning movements right up to today’s emphasis on the environment and sustainable development.

New

Staging the New Berlin Place Marketing and the Politics of Urban Reinvention Post-1989 Claire Colomb, University College London, UK Berlin’s transformation since the fall of the Wall in 1989 has been due, in large measure, to skilful place marketing. Here Claire Colomb explores how various actors have worked over time to create new images and urban myths to ‘sell’ Berlin to investors, visitors, Germans and Berliners themselves. Based on ten years research, she analyzes who the ‘marketers’ are, how ‘the city’ as collective actor produces images and discourse and for what purposes. She demonstrates how place marketing interacts with place making (architecture, planning, urban design and urban development) and with the politics of local identity and memory construction through space. In so doing she seeks to bridge the gap between political-economic analyzes of urban change and semiotic analyzes of the symbolic and cultural economy of contemporary cities, thereby contributing to an understanding of the interplay between the material transformations and the symbolic re-imaging of contemporary cities through specific practices and policies of representations. July 2011: 246 x 174: 320pp Hb: 978-0-415-59402-8: $155.00 Pb: 978-0-415-59403-5: $53.95 For more information, visit: www.routledge.com/9780415594035

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Planning, History and Environment Series (continued) Orienting Istanbul

New

Cultural Capital of Europe?

Urban Coding and Planning

Edited by Deniz Göktürk, University of California, Berkeley, USA, Levent Soysal, Kadir Has University, Istanbul and Ipek Türeli, Brown University, Providence, USA

Edited by Stephen Marshall, Barlett School of Planning, University College London, UK

Looking at the globalization, urban regeneration, arts events and cultural spectacles, this book considers a city not until now included in the global city debate.

Divided into five parts, each preceded by an editorial introduction, this book is an interdisciplinary study of an iconic city, a city facing conflicting social, political and cultural pressures in its search for a place in Europe and on the world stage in the twenty-first century. Selected Contents: Introduction Part 1: Paths to Globalization 1. Istanbul into the Twenty-First Century 2. The Soul of a City: Hüzün, Keyif, Longing Part 2: Heritage and Regeneration Debates 3. Challenging the Neoliberal Urban Regime: Regeneration and Resistance in Basıbüyük and Tarlabası 4. Contestations over a Living Heritage Site: The Case of Büyük Valide Han 5. Practices of Neo-Ottomanism: Making Space and Place Virtuous in Istanbul 6. Modelling Citizenship in Turkey’s Miniature Park Part 3: The Mediatized City 7. The Spectator in the Making: Modernity and Cinema in Istanbul 1896-1928 8. Istanbul through Migrants’ Eyes 9. Istanbul Convertible: A Magic Carpet Ride through Genres 10. Projecting Polyphony: Moving Images, Travelling Sounds Part 4: Art in the City 11. Optimism Reconsidered: Curator Hou Hanru interviewed by Nilgün Bayraktar 12. Art in Istanbul: Contemporary Spectacles and History Revisited 13. The Politics of Urban Arts Events: A Comparison of Istanbul and Berlin Part 5: A European Capital? 14. The European Capital of Culture Programme and Istanbul 2010 15. Istanbul 2010 European Capital of Culture: Towards a Participatory Culture? 16. Counting as European: Jews and the Politics of Presence in Istanbul 18. Future(s) of the City: Istanbul for the New Century. Epilogue: Cultural Politics in the Kaleidoscope June 2010: 246 x 174: 352pp Hb: 978-0-415-58010-6: $160.00 Pb: 978-0-415-58011-3: $62.95

Urban codes have a profound influence on urban form, affecting the design and placement of buildings, streets and public spaces. In Urban Coding and Planning, Stephen Marshall and his contributors investigate the nature and scope of coding; its purposes; the kinds of environments it creates; and, perhaps most importantly, its relationship to urban planning. By bringing together historical and ongoing traditions of coding from around the world – with chapters describing examples from the United Kingdom, France, India, China, Japan, Australia, South Africa, the United States and Latin America – this book provides lessons for today’s theory and practice of place-making.

Selected Contents: 1. Introduction 2. A Chronicle of Urban Codes in Pre-Industrial London’s Streets and Squares 3. The Controlling Urban Code of Enlightenment Scotland 4. Learning from the Laws of the Indies 5. Paradigms for Design: the Vastu Vidya Codes of India 6. Prescribing the Ideal City: Building Codes and Planning Principles in Beijing 7. Machizukuri and Urban Codes in Historical and Contemporary Kyoto 8. Coding in the French Planning System: From Building Line to Morphological Zoning 9. Adelaide’s Urban Design: Pendular Swings in Concepts and Codes 10. Coding as ‘Bottom-Up’ Planning: Developing a New African Urbanism 11. How Codes Shaped Development in the United States, and Why They Should be Changed 12. Conclusion March 2011: 234 x 156: 272pp Hb: 978-0-415-44126-1: $155.00 Pb: 978-0-415-44127-8: $49.95 For more information, visit: www.routledge.com/9780415441278

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New

2nd Edition

2nd Edition

Olympic Cities

Learning from the Japanese City

City Agendas, Planning, and the World’s Games, 1896–2016

Looking East in Urban Design

Edited by John R. Gold, Oxford Brookes University, UK and Margaret M. Gold, London Metropolitan University, UK

Barrie Shelton, University of Melbourne, Australia

Providing a full overview of the changing relationship between cities and the Olympic events, this substantially revised and enlarged edition builds on the success of its predecessor. Its coverage takes account of important new scholarship as well as adding reflections on the experience of staging Beijing 2008 and Vancouver 2010, the state of preparations for London 2012, and the plans for the Games scheduled for Sochi in 2014 and Rio de Janeiro 2016.

As controversy over the growing size and expense of the Olympics continues, this timely assessment of the Games’ development and the complex agendas that host cities attach to the event will be essential reading for urban and sports historians, urban geographers, planners and all concerned with understanding the relationship between cities and culture. Selected Contents: 1. Introduction Part 1: The Olympic Festivals 2. From A to B: The Summer Olympics, 1896–2008 3. The Winter Olympics: Driving Urban Change, 1924–2014 4. The Cultural Olympiads: Reviving the Panegyris 5. The Paralympics Part 2: Planning and Management 6. Financing the Games 7. Promoting the Olympic City 8. Olympic Security 9. Urban Regeneration and Renewal 10. Olympic Tourism Part 3: City Portraits 11. Berlin 1936 12. Mexico City 1968 13. Montreal 1976 14. Barcelona 1992 15. Sydney 2000 16. Athens 2004 17. Beijing 2008 18. London 2012 19. Rio de Janeiro 2016 20. Afterword September 2010: 246 x 174: 464pp Hb: 978-0-415-48657-6: $155.00 Pb: 978-0-415-48658-3: $53.95

To the first-time Western visitor the Japanese city often appears chaotic and baffling – even intimidating. In this new edition, Barrie Shelton develops his earlier interpretation of why Japanese cities look the way they do, contrasting Japanese and Western ways of thinking about space. Placing less emphasis on the correlation, or ‘meeting’, between Japanese urban form and recent Western-generated urban design theory, he looks more on Japanese urban design models as worthy of ‘translation’. New illustrations and updated text add much to this highly readable book, while a major case study of Nagoya – a city in which the various components and characteristics highlighted in the book come together – gives an entirely new dimension.

Selected Contents: Preface Part 1: Western Interest in the Japanese City Part 2: Areas and Lines: from Written to City Texts 1. Written and Printed Texts 2. Buildings 3. Cities 4. City Maps 5. Time Patchworks and Linear Spaces Part 3: City Structure, Patterns and Forms 6. Traditional Urban Typologies 7. Streets, Signs and Circulation 8. Streets, Sidewalks and Bridges Part 4: Strands of Culture 9. Shinto and City Landscapes 10. Buddhism and Built Form 11. Coexistence and Superimposition 12. Text and Town 13. City and Country, Public and Private Part 5: Learning from the Japanese City 14. East Meets West in Urban Design 15. Nagoya: Typical City and Model Framework October 2011: 246 x 174: 256pp Hb: 978-0-415-55439-8: $150.00 Pb: 978-0-415-55440-4: $62.95 For more information, visit: www.routledge.com/9780415554404

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Planning, History and Environment Series (continued) Planning Europe’s Capital Cities

Planning Middle Eastern Cities

Aspects of Nineteenth-Century Urban Development

An Urban Kaleidoscope

Thomas Hall, Stockholm University, Sweden

Edited by Yasser Elsheshtawy, UAE University, United Arab Emirates

A wide-ranging study of planning in fifteen major European cities, this book includes case studies of development schemes for each city, and general discussion of capital together with city planning.

Cities in the Arab world are too diverse and hybrid to be lumped together as a single, arbitrary group. Rather they make up the ‘urban kaleidoscope’ of the title, and the diversity of the six case-study cities here supports that contention.

2009: 246 x 189: 408pp Hb: 978-0-415-17290-1: £95.00 $155.00 Pb: 978-0-415-55249-3: $44.95 eBook: 978-0-203-44956-1

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Planning Latin America’s Capital Cities 1850-1950

Edited by David Gordon, Queen’s University, Kingston, Canada

Edited by Arturo Almandoz, Universidad Simón Bol’var, Venezuela

Planning Twentieth Century Capital Cities

In this first comprehensive work in English to describe the building of Latin America’s capital cities in the postcolonial period, Arturo Almandoz and his contributors demonstrate how Europe and France in particular shaped their culture, architecture and planning until the United States began to play a part in the 1930s. 2009: 246 x 189: 296pp Hb: 978-0-415-27265-0: £95.00 $155.00 Pb: 978-0-415-55308-7: $44.95 For more information, visit: www.routledge.com/9780415553087

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This book examines the plans for sixteen important capital cities around the world, each with its own fully illustrated chapter written by an expert on the urban development of that city 2009: 246 x 189: 320pp Hb: 978-0-415-28061-7: $15.00 Pb: 978-0-415-55734-4: $44.95 eBook: 978-0-203-48156-1 For more information, visit: www.routledge.com/9780415557344

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Planning, History and Environment Series (continued) Remaking Chinese Urban Form

Introduction to Rural Planning 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

Modernity, Scarcity and Space, 1949-2005

Series: Natural and Built Environment

Duanfang Lu, University of Sydney, Australia

Providing an overview of rural (spatial) planning for students on planning, geography and related programmes, this book 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 programme delivery undertaken by central, regional and local policy agencies.

Providing an overview of the evolution of today’s urban built environment in China, this book charts the complex socio-political factors that influenced the landscape. April 2011: 234 x 156: 226pp • Hb: 978-0-415-35450-9: £95.00 $155.00 • Pb: 978-0-415-66569-8: $44.95 For more information, visit: www.routledge.com/9780415665698

Planning the Megacity

A comprehensive coverage of the forces, processes and outcomes of rural change whilst keeping planning’s influence and role in clear view at all times.

Jakarta in the Twentieth Century Christopher Silver, University of Florida, Gainsville, USA Expert Christopher Silver shows how Jakarta was transformed from a colonial capital into a megacity of well over ten million inhabitants. April 2011: 234 x 156: 272pp • Hb: 978-0-415-70164-8: £95.00 $155.00 • Pb: 978-0-415-66571-1: $44.95 For more information, visit: www.routledge.com/9780415665711

Winner of The International Planning History Society (IPHS) Book Prize

The Evolving Arab City Tradition, Modernity and Urban Development Edited by Yasser Elsheshtawy, UAE University, United Arab Emirates This collection reveals the contrasts and similarities between traditional Arab cities and the newer oil-stimulated cities of the Gulf in their search for development and a place in the world order.

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: 234 x 156: 384pp Hb: 978-0-415-42996-2: $155.00 Pb: 978-0-415-42997-9: $52.95 eBook: 978-0-203-93343-5 For more information, visit: www.routledge.com/9780415429979

April 2011: 234 x 156: 328pp • Hb: 978-0-415-41156-1: £75.00 $130.00 • Pb: 978-0-415-66572-8: $44.95 For more information, visit: www.routledge.com/9780415665728

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Spati a l a n d Re gi o n a l P l a n ni n g New

Effective Practice in Spatial Planning

Building Competences for Spatial Planners

Janice Morphet, Bartlett School of Architecture, University College London, UK

Methods and Techniques for Performing Tasks with Efficiency Anastassios Perdicoulis, UTAD and FEUP, Portugal and Oxford Institute for Sustainable Development, Oxford Brookes University, UK

Series: RTPI Library

Series: Natural and Built Environment

Spatial planning is a process. The focus of this book is on the sequence of key tasks that constitute the process and on special techniques that are suitable to conduct these tasks. Spatial planners require a number of skills to manage this process in an efficient manner, select the necessary tasks for each specific planning context, as well as the appropriate techniques for each task – always considering the people with whom and for whom they plan.

Rather than recommending options, or ‘recipes’, this book stimulates critical thinking and questioning: What do we want to achieve? How can we do that? What options do we have? Which option is the best for our case? This book contains enough planning theory to discuss the function of the planner and the alternative approaches, as well as to provide the background for defining a core set of planning tasks. Building Competences for Spatial Planners is ideal for both planning students and newly qualified planners who are rapidly accumulating knowledge and experience. Perdicoulis uses practice examples, diagrams and thought provoking chapter questions to help planners develop high-level skills such as efficient organisation, communication and thinking. His engaging style carries the reader through areas such as team functions, how to define the planning problem, organising timings and how to use charts and diagrams to help planners and their clients.

After years of being regarded as regulatory tool, spatial planning is now a key agent in delivering better places for the future. Dealing with the role of spatial planning in major change such as urban extensions or redevelopment, this book asks how it can deliver at the local level.

Setting out the new local governance within which spatial planning now operates and identifying the requirements of successful delivery, this book also provides an introduction to project management approaches to spatial planning. It details what the rules are for spatial planning, the role of evidence and public involvement in delivering the local vision and how this works as part of coherent and consistent sub-regional approach. The conclusion is a forward look at what is likely to follow the effective creation of inspiring and successful places using spatial planning as a key tool. Selected Contents: Preface 1. What is Spatial Planning? 2. The Local Governance Context of English Spatial Planning 3. The English Spatial Planning System 4. The Evidence Base of Spatial Planning 5. Community Involvement in Spatial Planning 6. Making Places – Delivery Through Spatial Planning 7. Taking an Integrated Approach to Local Spatial Delivery 8. Managing Spatial Planning 9. Regional and Sub-regional Spatial Planning 10. Spatial Planning in Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland 11. Spatial Planning in Europe, North America and Australia 12. Effective Spatial Planning June 2010: 234 x 156: 312pp Hb: 978-0-415-49281-2: $150.00 Pb: 978-0-415-49282-9: $53.95 For more information, visit: www.routledge.com/9780415492829

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Spatial and Re gi onal Plann ing

Conceptions of Space and Place in Strategic Spatial Planning

Spatial Planning and Climate Change

Edited by Simin Davoudi, University of Newcastle, UK and Ian Strange, Leeds Metropolitan University, UK

Series: Natural and Built Environment

Series: RTPI Library Bringing together authors from academia and practice, this book examines spatial planning at different places 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. 2008: 234 x 156: 304pp Hb: 978-0-415-43102-6: $155.00 Pb: 978-0-415-48666-8: $53.95 eBook: 978-0-203-88650-2

Crossing Borders International Exchange and Planning Practices Edited by Patsy Healey, University of Newcastle, UK and Robert Upton, Infrastructure Planning Commission, UK Series: RTPI Library The complex diffusion processes affecting the flow of planning ideas and practices across the globe are illustrated in this book. It raises questions about why and how some ideas and practices attract international attention, and about the invention processes which go on when external influences are woven together with local efforts to meet local specifics and requirements.

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Spatial planning has a vital role to play in the move to a low carbon energy future and in adapting to climate change. To do this, spatial planning must develop and implement new approaches. Elizabeth Wilson and Jake Piper explore a wide range of issues in this comprehensive book on the relationship between our changing climate and spatial planning, and suggest ways of addressing the challenges by taking a longer-sighted approach to our preparation for the future.

The authors take an evidence-based look at this hugely important topic, providing a well-illustrated text for spatial planning professionals, politicians and the interested public, as well as a useful reference for postgraduate planning, geography, urban studies, urban design and environmental studies students.

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Elizabeth Wilson and Jake Piper both at Oxford Brookes University, UK

Selected Contents: Part 1: Introduction 1. Spatial Planning, Climate Change and Sustainable Development 2. Climate Change Mitigation and Adaptation: Impacts and Opportunities 3. International, European and National Policy Frameworks Part 2: Perspectives 4. Discourses of Climate Change and Spatial Planning 5. Multi-Scalar Spatial Planning for Climate Change 6. Just Transitions: Horizons, Time-Scales and Equity 7. Environmental Impact Assessment for Climate Change in Spatial Planning Part 3: Spatial Planning in Practice 8. Strategic Planning for Low-Carbon and Resilient Development Pattern 9. Climate Change and the Built Environment 10. Planning for Water Resources under Climate Change 11. Planning for Climate Change: Flood Risk and Marine and Coastal Areas 12. Planning for Biodiversity under Climate Change Part 4: Prospects 13. Climate Change Learning, Knowledge and Communication amongst Spatial Planning Communities 14. Integrating Mitigation and Adaptation for Sustainable Development August 2010: 234 x 156: 480pp Hb: 978-0-415-49590-5: $150.00 Pb: 978-0-415-49591-2: $53.95 eBook: 978-0-203-84653-7 For more information, visit: www.routledge.com/9780415495912

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Spati a l a n d Re gi o n a l P l a n ni n g New

New

Strategic Spatial Projects

Cohesion, Coherence, Cooperation: European Spatial Planning Coming of Age?

Catalysts for Change Edited by Stijn Oosterlynck, Jef Van den Broeck, Louis Albrechts and Frank Moulaert all at Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Belgium and Ann Verhetsel, Universiteit Antwerpen, Belgium Series: RTPI Library

This book presents four years of case study research and theoretical discussions on strategic spatial projects in Europe and North America. It takes the position that planning is not well equipped to take on its current challenges if it is considered as only a regulatory and administrative activity. This timely, important book is for spatial planning, urban design and community development and policy studies courses. For academics, researchers and students in planning, urban design, urban studies, human and economic geography, public administration and policy studies.  elected Contents: Part 1: Spatial Transformation Through Social S Innovation Part 2: Designing Strategic Projects for Spatial Quality Part 3: Social And Spatial Sustainability in Strategic Projects

Andreas Faludi, Delft University of Technology, the Netherlands Series: RTPI Library

Since its foundation the European Union has gradually developed policies that are aimed at achieving increased economic and social cohesion. This book examines the most recent of these, the concept of territorial cohesion. Territorial cohesion is the pursuit of balanced development, competitiveness, sustainable development, and good governance. These concerns are most readily addressed by the formulation of spatial strategies under the umbrella of spatial planning, that brings together a multitude of public and private actors in a process that requires cohesion, coherence and co-operation.

This book traces the development of spatial planning at European level and argues that spatial planning can become a vehicle, not only for territorial cohesion, but for EU policy generally. October 2010: 234 x 156: 224pp Hb: 978-0-415-56265-2: $155.00 Pb: 978-0-415-56266-9: $53.95

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European Spatial Planning and Territorial Cooperation

Planning and Decentralization

Stefanie Dühr, Radboud University, the Netherlands, Claire Colomb, University College London, UK and Vincent Nadin, Delft Technical University, the Netherlands

Edited by Victoria A. Beard, University of California at Irvine, USA, Faranak Miraftab, University of Illinois, USA and Christopher Silver, University of Florida, USA

The first in-depth study of the impact of economic and political decentralization on planning practice in developing economies, this innovative volume, using original case study research by leading experts drawn from diverse fields of inquiry, from planning to urban studies, geography and economics, explores the dramatic transformation that decentralization implies in responsibilities of the local planning and governance structures.

There is a strong international dimension to spatial planning. European integration strengthens interconnections, development and decision-making across national and regional borders. EU policies in areas such as environment, transport, agriculture or regional policy have far-reaching effects on spatial development patterns and planning procedures. Planners in the EU are now routinely engaged in cooperation across national borders to share and devise effective ways of intervening in the way our cities, towns and rural areas develop. In short, the EU has become an important framework for planning practice, research and teaching. Spatial planning in Europe is being ‘Europeanized’, with corresponding changes for the role of planners.

Written for students, academics, practitioners and researchers of spatial planning and related disciplines, this book is essential reading for everybody interested in engaging with the European dimension of spatial planning and territorial governance. Selected Contents: Part 1: Introducing The European Dimension of Spatial Planning Part 2: The Spatial Development Context for European Spatial Planning Part 3: The Institutional Framework for European Union Spatial Policy Making Part 4: The European Spatial Planning Agenda Part 5: EU Spatial Policy: Sectoral Policies and their Territorial Effects Part 6: Towards New Forms ofTerritorial Governance? February 2010: 246 x 174: 488pp Hb: 978-0-415-46773-5: $165.00 Pb: 978-0-415-46774-2: $62.95 eBook: 978-0-203-89529-0 For more information, visit: www.routledge.com/9780415467742

Contested Spaces for Public Action in the Global South

2008: 234 x 156: 248pp Hb: 978-0-415-41497-5: $155.00 Pb: 978-0-415-41498-2: $63.95 eBook: 978-0-203-92826-4 For more information, visit: www.routledge.com/9780415414982

Regional Planning John Glasson and Tim Marshall Series: Natural and Built Environment 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. Contents: Part 1: Context Part 2: Theorising Regional Planning Part 3: Evolving UK Practice Part 4: Wider Prospects – European and Future 2007: 234 x 156: 336pp Hb: 978-0-415-41525-5: $155.00 Pb: 978-0-415-41526-2: $44.95 eBook: 978-0-203-93893-5 For more information, visit: www.routledge.com/9780415415262

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The New Spatial Planning

New

Territorial Management with Soft Spaces and Fuzzy Boundaries

3rd Edition

Graham Haughton, University of Manchester, UK, Phil Allmendinger, University of Cambridge, UK, David Counsell, University College Cork, Ireland and Geoff Vigar, Newcastle University, UK

Property Asset Management

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? 2009: 234 x 156: 288pp Hb: 978-0-415-48335-3: $150.00 Pb: 978-0-415-48336-0: $53.95 eBook: 978-0-203-86442-5

Douglas Scarrett, Retired Director of Estate Management at De Montfort University, UK

In Property Asset Management Doug Scarrett sets out the principles and practice of managing properties for clients and their varying needs. As well as the basic theory, the book discusses the process of active management, the strategic objectives, performance measurement and the various financial and operational information to enable comprehensive reporting of a high quality. Software screenshots illustrate salient points.

This third edition has been extensively rewritten to include developments in property management since the last edition in 1995, especially in the changing nature of the landlord tenant relationship. Scarrett is an experienced academic and professional who has created a practical guide for all those involved in the management of property. It has additionally been written to cater for the needs of RICS accredited and business courses provided by Universities in the UK and overseas. This book also provides readers with an overview of the legal aspects of land ownership and tenancy arrangements. Selected Contents: Preface. Foreword 1. The Process of Property Asset Management 2. The Information and Reporting Base 3. Estates and Interests in Land 4. The Landlord-Tenant Relationship 5. Business Tenancies: The Statutory Framework 6. Business Tenancies: Rent Reviews 7. Residential Lettings in the Private Sector 8. Strategic Objectives 9. Investment Performance Measurement 10. Operational Property Management. Appendices October 2010: 234 x 156: 304pp Hb: 978-0-415-55610-1: $150.00 Pb: 978-0-415-55611-8: $53.95 eBook: 978-0-203-83946-1 For more information, visit: www.routledge.com/9780415556118

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P rope rty and Re al Estat e

Introducing Property Valuation

5th Edition

Property 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. The book 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. Selected Contents: Part 1: Background Part 2: Valuation Mathematics Part 3: Valuation Methods Part 4: Applied Valuations 2009: 246 x 189: 408pp Hb: 978-0-415-43476-8: $150.00 Pb: 978-0-415-43477-5: $44.95 eBook: 978-0-203-87617-6

Sara Wilkinson, Richard Reed both at Deakin University, Melbourne, Australia Foreword by David Cadman 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. 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

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Property Valuation The Five Methods Douglas Scarrett, Retired Director of Estate Management at De Montfort University, UK

For more information, visit: www.routledge.com/9780415430630

Completely revised to incorporate recent developments in practice, this second edition describes the process of valuation of real estate through its five principal methods: comparative, investment, residual, profits and contractor’s methods. 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: 234 x 156: 216pp Hb: 978-0-415-42325-0: $155.00 Pb: 978-0-415-42326-7: $53.95 eBook: 978-0-203-96181-0 For more information, visit: www.routledge.com/9780415423267

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Urban Planning and Real Estate Development John Ratcliffe, Dublin Institute, Ireland, Michael Stubbs, National Trust, UK and Miles Keeping, GVA Grimley, UK Series: Natural and Built Environment 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. This is an invaluable textbook for real estate and planning students, and helps to meet the requirements of the RICS and RTPI Assessment of Professional Competence. Selected Contents: Part 1: Introduction Part 2: Urban Planning Organization Part 3: Urban Planning Issues Part 4: The Real Estate Development Process Part 5: Real Estate Development Sectors 2009: 234 x 156: 696pp Hb: 978-0-415-45077-5: $160.00 Pb: 978-0-415-45078-2: $62.95 eBook: 978-0-203-93572-9 For more information, visit: www.routledge.com/9780415450782

Planning for Place and Plexus Metropolitan Land Use and Transport David M. Levinson and Kevin J. Krizek 2007: 234 x 156: 352pp Hb: 978-0-415-77490-1: $155.00 Pb: 978-0-415-77491-8: $52.95 eBook: 978-0-203-93539-2 For more information, visit: www.routledge.com/9780415774918

5th Edition

Public Transport Its Planning, Management and Operation Peter White, University of Westminster, UK Series: Natural and Built Environment

2nd Edition

Understanding Housing Finance Meeting Needs and Making Choices

Selected Contents: 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

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. The book explains housing finance by exploring the way in which markets and governments react together. It takes a conceptual approach to consider the advantages and limits of housing markets and why governments intervene. 2009: 234 x 156: 192pp Hb: 978-0-415-43294-8: $150.00 Pb: 978-0-415-43295-5: $44.95 eBook: 978-0-203-88271-9

Public Transport is a comprehensive textbook covering the planning of all public transport systems in Britain and other countries with similar systems. This restructured new edition gives greater emphasis to service quality and marketing issues as well as covering recent changes in legislation, statistics and research findings.

2008: 234 x 156: 240pp Hb: 978-0-415-44531-3: $155.00 Pb: 978-0-415-44530-6: $53.95 For more information, visit: www.routledge.com/9780415445306

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2nd Edition

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

Mobility is fundamental to economic and social activities, including commuting, manufacturing, or supplying energy. Each movement has an origin, a potential set of intermediate locations, a destination, and a nature which is linked with geographical attributes. Transport systems composed of infrastructures, modes and terminals are so embedded in the socio-economic life of individuals, institutions and corporations that they are often invisible to the consumer. This is paradoxical as the perceived invisibility of transportation is derived from its efficiency. Understanding how mobility is linked with geography is main the purpose of this textbook.

The second edition of The Geography of Transport Systems maintains the overall structure of its predecessor, with chapters dealing with specific conceptual dimensions and methodologies, but the contents have been revised and updated. The second edition also offers new topics and approaches that have emerged as critical issues in contemporary transport systems, including security, energy, supply chain management and GIS-T. Relevant case studies have also been included in the second edition to underline real world issues related to transport geography. Mainly aimed at an undergraduate audience, this edition of The Geography of Transport Systems provides a comprehensive and accessible introduction to the field with a broad overview of its concepts, methods and areas of application. It is highly illustrated and a companion web site has also been enhanced for the book. It contains PowerPoint slides, exercises, databases and GIS datasets and can be accessed at http://people.hofstra.edu/ geotrans

Transport Policy and Planning in Great Britain Peter Headicar, Oxford Brookes University, UK Series: Natural and Built Environment

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: • 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. Based in the postgraduate course the author developed at Oxford Brookes University, this indispensable text draws on a lifetime of professional experience in the field. 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 2009: 234 x 156: 496pp Hb: 978-0-415-46986-9: $150.00 Pb: 978-0-415-46987-6: $62.95 eBook: 978-0-203-89446-0 For more information, visit: www.routledge.com/9780415469876

2009: 246 x 174: 368pp Hb: 978-0-415-48323-0: $190.00 Pb: 978-0-415-48324-7: $51.95 eBook: 978-0-203-88415-7 For more information, visit: www.routledge.com/9780415483247

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ho u s i n g

Transport Matters

2nd Edition

Integrated Approaches to Planning City-Regions

Housing Policy in the United States

Angela Hull, Heriot Watt University, UK

Alex F. Schwartz, New School University, USA

Series: RTPI Library

Addressing the principles of sustainability, spatial planning, integration, governance and accessibility of transport, this book focuses on the problem of providing efficient and low energy transport systems which serve the needs of everybody. It explores many of the new arguments, ideas and perceptions of mobility and accessibility in city-regions. Looking at evidence from Denmark, Sweden, the Netherlands, Germany and the UK, it considers the meaning of the key concepts of sustainable accessibility, the spatial planning model, and integrated territorial policies.

Selected Contents: Preface 1. Time for Change? The Rationale for Low Energy Transport Provision 2. Understanding Current Patterns of Transport Behaviour in Europe 3. Sustainable Accessibility: New Wine in Old Bottles? 4. Institutional Structures for Low Energy Futures: Creating Integrated Approaches 5. Understanding the Institutional Barriers to Change 6. Intervention Instruments for Sustainable Transport Futures 7. Integrated Territorial Planning in Practice: Case Studies 8. Implementing a Sustainable Transport Package August 2010: 234 x 156: 312pp Hb: 978-0-415-45422-3: $165.00 Pb: 978-0-415-45818-4: $53.95 eBook: 978-0-203-93878-2 For more information, visit: www.routledge.com/9780415458184

’This book could not be more timely. At the height of a global financial meltdown brought on by outrageous predatory mortgage lending practices just a few short years ago, this book shines a bright line on both the long term and short term policies that brought us the most devastating economic crisis since the Great Depression.’ – Gregory Squires, George Washington University, USA

’Housing Policy in the United States was already in a class by itself. Now with its updated statistics and analysis of the recent housing crunch, the second edition becomes a ’no-brainer’ choice as foundational text for social scientists and planners interested in contemporary housing problems and policy responses.’ – George Galster, Wayne State University, USA The most widely used and referenced ’basic book’ on Housing Policy in the United States has now been substantially revised to examine the turmoil resulting from the collapse of the housing market in 2007 and the related financial crisis. The text covers the impact of the crisis in depth, including policy changes put in place and proposed by the Obama administration. This new edition also includes the latest data on housing trends and program budgets, and an expanded discussion of homelessness. Selected Contents: 1. Introduction 2. Trends, Patterns, Problems 3. Housing Finance 4. Taxes and Housing 5. The Low-Income Housing Tax Credit 6. Public Housing 7. Privately Owned Rental Housing Built with Federal Subsidy 8. Vouchers 9. State and Local Housing Policy and the Nonprofit Sector 10. Housing for People with Special Needs 11. Fair Housing and Community Reinvestment 12. Home Ownership and Income Integration 13. Conclusions February 2010: 254 x 178: 384pp Hb: 978-0-415-80233-8: $145.00 Pb: 978-0-415-80234-5: $49.95 eBook: 978-0-203-86002-1 For more information, visit: www.routledge.com/9780415802345

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The Integration Debate

Politics, Planning and Homes in a World City

Competing Futures For American Cities

Duncan Bowie, London Metropolitan University, UK

Edited by Chester Hartman, Poverty and Race Research Action Council, USA and Gregory Squires, George Washington University, USA

Series: Housing, Planning and Design

Racial integration, and policies intended to achieve greater integration, continue to generate controversy in the United States, with some of the most heated debates taking place among long-standing advocates of racial equality. This book explores both long-standing and emerging controversies over the nation’s ongoing struggles with discrimination and segregation. More urgently, it offers guidance on how these barriers can be overcome to achieve truly balanced and integrated living patterns.

Selected Contents: 1. Integration Exhaustion, Race Fatigue, and the American Dream 2. Welcome to the Neighborhood? The Persistence of Discrimination and Segregation 3. From Segregation to Integration: How Do We Get There? 4. Creating and Protecting Pro-Integration Programs Under the Fair Housing Act 5. Achieving Integration Through Private Litigation 6. Constitutional and Statutory Mandates for Residential Racial Integration and The Validity of Race-Conscious Affirmative Action to Achieve It 7. Housing Mobility: A Civil Right 8. Desegregated Schools With Segregated Education 9. The Effects of Housing Market Discrimination on Earnings Inequality 10. Racial/Ethnic Integration and Child Health Disparities 11. Integration, Segregation, and the Racial Wealth Gap 12. Two-Tiered Justice: Race, Class, and Crime Policy 13. Residential Mobility, Neighborhoods and Poverty: Results from the Chicago Gatreaux Program and the Moving to Opportunity Experiment 14. The Ghetto Game: Apartheid and the Developer’s Imperative in Post-Industrial American Cities 15. The Myth of Concentrated Poverty 16. Integration: Solving the Wrong Problem 17. The Legacy of Segregation: Smashing Through the Generations

This is an insightful study of spatial planning and housing strategy in London, focusing on the period 2000-2008 and the Mayoralty of Ken Livingstone. Duncan Bowie presents a detailed analysis of the development of Livingstone’s policies and their consequences.

Selected Contents: Introduction 1. London and the Planning of a World City 2. Strategic Planning in London before the Mayor 3. The new Spatial Planning Framework for London 4. The Development of the London Plan 5. From Policy to Implementation 6. The Impact of Spatial Planning on Housing Outputs 7. Revising the Spatial Plan 8. Challenges to the London Planning Regime 9. Planning for Growth in a Globalised Transient World 10. Planning and the Market 11. The Management of Land and Space 12. Planning for Diversity: Combating Social Polarisation 13. Planning and New Approaches to Metropolitan Governance 14. London’s Experience of Spatial Planning February 2010: 234 x 156: 296pp Hb: 978-0-415-48636-1: $150.00 Pb: 978-0-415-48637-8: $53.95 eBook: 978-0-203-85557-7 For more information, visit: www.routledge.com/9780415486378

2009: 229 x 152: 304pp Hb: 978-0-415-99459-0: $135.00 Pb: 978-0-415-99460-6: $36.95 eBook: 978-0-203-89046-2 For more information, visit: www.routledge.com/9780415994606

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Housing and Society Series New

The Hidden Millions

Affluence, Mobility and Second Home Ownership

Homelessness in Developing Countries

Chris Paris, University of Ulster, UK

Affluence, Mobility and Second Home Ownership draws together debates on gentrification, globalisation, consumerism, environmental factors and investment to provide a balanced look at the pros, and cons, of second home ownership, and what implications it has for the future. An ideal text for students studying geography, urbanism and planning, this book is also of interest to individuals interested in the changing ways in which we make choices on our places of residence.  elected Contents: Forward by NIHE Chairman 1. Introduction: S Affluence, Mobility and Second Homes 2. Homes, Second Homes and Many Homes 3. Variations on a Theme: Second Home Ownership in Many Countries 4. Transnational Second Homes 5. Public Policies and Conflicts over Second Homes 6. Conclusions References

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Graham Tipple and Suzanne Speak both at University of Newcastle, UK 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. 2009: 234 x 156: 344pp Hb: 978-0-415-42671-8: $155.00 Pb: 978-0-415-42672-5: $49.95 eBook: 978-0-203-88334-1 For more information, visit: www.routledge.com/9780415426725

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