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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Book-Programmes! Programmes!: Football Programmes from War-Time to Lockdown

Programmes! Programmes!: Football Programmes from War-Time to Lockdown

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The global pandemic raises some important questions about the links between public health and planning.

This is my third daily blog from the 10th World Urban Forum.

Can we break the glass ceiling dividing community action and government action?

After the pomp of the opening ceremony, the 10th World Urban Forum got involved in two critical issues.

What can planners in Scotland (and the rest of the UK) learn from thinking and practice in other countries?

I am going to participate in the tenth World Urban Forum, in Abu Dhabi 8-13 February 2020.

A major controversy has developed in Edinburgh over a huge development that was allowed to go ahead in the World Heritage Site without planning permission.

On World Town Planning Day 2019, I was part of an event in Dundee organised by RTPI (Scotland) with the theme "Through the Years, Across the Globe". Discussion during and after prompted me to ponder Scotland's messages to an international audience of planners and urbanists.

Inside the slums and gated communities the opportunities and obstacles to sustainable and inclusive urban development can be seen.