Making Planning Work: A guide to approaches and skills (2006)

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The Development of Planning Thought: A Critical Perspective

 

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Regional and Local Economic Development

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Place Identity, Participation and Planning

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The international agreement reached in COP21 in Paris should provoke a wide ranging review of planning policies around the world.

Klaus Kunzmann proposes a novel approach to staging the Olympic Games after Hamburg and Boston say "No".

My blog published on the website of the Built Environment Forum Scotland on 1 December 2015 arges that the "hollowing out" of local government has seriously diminished the capacity to cherish the historic environment as a civic asset.Click here to read the blog.

In his Guest Blog, Klaus Kunzmann reports from China of the pressures to make "smart cities".

Faced with increased urban flooding, China is seeking to create "sponge cities" that can absorb water.

We are building cities to attract investment, not cities for people to live in, argued David Harvey, the distinguished geographer, speaking in Montevideo.

In this blog from China, Emeritus Professor Klaus Kunzmann probes the reasons for the relaxation of the one-child per family policy.

A project that has resettled slum dwellers and given them security of tenure is being hailed as a model to be followed in the Indian sub-continent.

World Town Planning Day (8 November) was celebrated in Kabul by a national urban conference addressed by the President.

A free downloadable book explores the idea of a Just City.