The Politics of Urban Change
2. Auflage 1996,
240 Seiten, Kartoniert, Format (B × H): 138 mm x 216 mm, Gewicht: 313 g
Brindley / Rydin / Stoker Remaking PlanningRemaking Planning challenges the common misconception that planning under the Conservative government has been dismantled and abandoned to market forces. This new edition of a very well received text brings the original study up to date with an analysis of how planning in the 1990s has responded to continuing economic restructuring, political fragmentation and social change, and developed a new awareness of uncertainty and risk. The book illustrates how planning remains as a never-ending attempt to reconcile the demands of economic efficiency with those of democratic legitimacy.
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New Preface 1. Introduction 2. The Fragmentation of Planning 3. Regulative planning: the Cambridge area 4. Trend planning: Colchester, Essex 5. Popular planning: Coin Street, London 6. Leverage planning: the London Docklands Development Corporation 7. Public-investment planning: the Glasgow Eastern Area Renewal project 8. Private-management planning: Stockbridge Village, Knowsley 9. Six styles of planning in practice 10. Remaking planning: conclusions and prospects Postscript Bibliography (revised) Index (revised)