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.
- Patrick Geddes
- New Lanark
- Robert Owen
- John Muir
- National Parks
- Highlands and Islands
- Royal Town Planning Institute
- Canadian Institute of Planners
- American Planning Association
- Thomas Adams
- New Towns
- Regional planning
- World Town Planning Day
- Robert Grieve
- Ian McHarg
- 1947 Town & Country Planning Act
- Planning in Scotland
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