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You are currently browsing 31–40 of 91 new and published books in the subject of Spatial and Regional Planning — sorted by publish date from newer books to older books.

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  1. Green Infrastructure

    A Landscape Approach

    By David C Rouse, Ignacio Bunster-Ossa

    From the beginning, the landscape has determined where and how people live. Over time, people embellished the natural landscape with an infrastructure of roads, aqueducts, bridges, ports, power plants, and more. Now communities are turning their attention to the central planning challenge of our...

    Published October 30th 2013 by APA Planners Press

  2. Spatial Planning and the New Localism

    Edited by Graham Haughton, Philip Allmendinger

    This book looks at the transition from New Labour’s ‘Spatial Planning’ approach to the Coalition Government’s preferred ‘Localism’ approach. Localism we are told will liberate local planners from the heavy hand of central government and allow planning to flourish at the local level. Alternatively,...

    Published September 25th 2013 by Routledge

  3. Urban Challenges in Spain and Portugal

    Edited by Nuria Benach, Andrés Walliser

    Contemporary cities in the Iberian Peninsula have gone through a period of dramatic changes during the last decade. A period of upward economic indicators and massive urbanization was followed by a tremendous financial crash in 2007 that sank Spanish and Portuguese societies into a profound crisis....

    Published September 19th 2013 by Routledge

  4. New SubUrbanisms

    By Judith K De Jong

    Historically, we see the city as the cramped, crumbling core of development and culture, and the suburb as the vast outlying wasteland – convenient, but vacant. Contemporary urban design proves this wrong. In New SubUrbanisms, Judith De Jong explains the on-going "flattening" of the American...

    Published September 9th 2013 by Routledge

  5. Aquaculture Technology in Developing Countries

    Edited by Randall E. Brummett

    Aquaculture technology has been evolving rapidly over the last two decades, led by an increasingly skilled cadre of researchers in developing countries. Rather than copying, or adapting work done in industrialized countries to their situations, these scientists are moving aquaculture research...

    Published September 8th 2013 by Routledge

  6. The Futures of the City Region

    Edited by Michael Neuman, Angela Hull

    Series: Regions and Cities

    Does the ‘city region’ constitute a new departure in urbanisation? If so, what are the key elements of that departure? The realities of the urban in the 21st century are increasingly complex and polychromatic. The rise of global networks enabled by supranational administrations, both governmental...

    Published August 13th 2013 by Routledge

  7. Territorial Development, Cohesion and Spatial Planning

    Knowledge and policy development in an enlarged EU

    Edited by Neil Adams, Giancarlo Cotella, Richard Nunes

    Series: Regions and Cities

    This book examines some of the evolving challenges faced by EU regional policy in light of enlargement and to assess some of the approaches and trends in terms of territorial development policy and practice that are emerging out of this process. Focusing on the experiences on Central and Eastern...

    Published August 7th 2013 by Routledge

  8. Asian Cities in an Era of Decentralisation

    Edited by Michelle Ann Miller, Tim Bunnell

    This book critically engages with the idea of decentralization as empowering cities and their residents to act innovatively and creatively. The contributions thus highlight how the term ‘empowerment’ in the context of decentralization regimes masks a competing array of intentions and agendas. Who...

    Published July 29th 2013 by Routledge

  9. The Plan for Milton Keynes

    By Milton Keynes Development Corporation

    Series: Studies in International Planning History

    The UK's largest new town, Milton Keynes, is the product of a Transatlantic planning culture and a plan for a relatively low-density motorised city generously endowed with roads, parklands, and the infrastructure of cabling for communications technology. At its heart was the charismatic and...

    Published July 22nd 2013 by Routledge

  10. When We Build Again

    By Bournville Village Trust

    Series: Studies in International Planning History

    Like many UK cities Birmingham was heavily bombed during the Second World War and as with so many bombed British cities, and many un-bombed ones that jumped on to the re-planning bandwagon, there was a clear imperative to reconstruct. But Birmingham was atypical in how it went about this. The...

    Published July 22nd 2013 by Routledge