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

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News items

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.

The ESPON programme gets going again with a seminar in Luxembourg in December focusing on refugee migration.

Sweden has announced a big jump in spending (US$546 million) on renewable energy and climate change action in their 2016 budget,   The aim is to become one of the world's first nations to end dependence on fossil fuels. 

A new bridge in Portland, Oregon carries pedestrians, cyclists, buses, trams and light rail metro - but no cars or trucks.

A new publication that can be downloaded for free sets guidelines for how to plan and manage metropolitan development.

Sri Lanka is planning to develop a "megapolis" based on Colombo to boost its economy and compete with other South Asian nations.

Working together to achieve a common vision for change is a key requirement for urban economic regeneration, argues a new report based on research in 4 US cities.

The European Council of Spatial Planners is inviting nominations from cities interested in hosting the 12th Biennial of European Towns and Town Planning in 2017. this year's event will be held in Dublin in October.

Despite the pace of urbanization and the economic importance of cities, many leading politicians in Africa are still focused on rural areas.

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