Planning and Urban Change

Planning and Urban Change

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Fully revised and thoroughly updated, the Second Edition of Planning and Urban Change provides an accessible yet richly detailed account of British urban planning. Stephen Ward demonstrates how urban planning can be understood through three categories: ideas - urban planning history as the development of theoretical approaches: from radical and utopian beginnings, to the 'new right' thinking of the 1980s, and recent interest in green thought and sustainability; policies - urban planning history as an intensely political process, the text explains the complicated relation between planning theory and political practice; and impacts - urban planning history as the divergence of expectation and outcome, each chapter shows how intended impacts have been modified by economic and social forces. This Second Edition features an entirely new chapter on the key policy changes that have occurred under the Major and Blair governments, together with a critical review of current policy more

Product details

  • Paperback | 320 pages
  • 168 x 242 x 24mm | 12,219.81g
  • SAGE Publications Inc
  • Thousand Oaks, United States
  • English
  • Revised
  • 2nd Revised edition
  • Illustrations, maps
  • 0761943188
  • 9780761943181
  • 817,508

Table of contents

Planning and Urban Change Ideas and the Beginning of Policy, 1890-1914 Widening Conceptions and Policy Shifts, 1914-1939 A New Orthodoxy of Planning, 1939-1952 Adjustments and New Agendas I The Changing Planning System, 1952-1974 Adjustments and New Agendas II Strategic Policies, 1952-1974 Remaking Planning I The Changing System, 1974-1990 Remaking Planning II Specific Policies, 1974-1990 A New Consensus? Planning since 1990 Planning Impacts since 1945 and the Futureshow more

About Stephen V. Ward

Stephen V. (Steve) Ward is widely known internationally for his work in the field of planning history. He is a former President of the International Planning History Society 1996-2002 and remains a member of its governing Council. He is also a former editor of the refereed journal Planning Perspectives and continues as a member of its Editorial Board. He is also an Editorial Board member of the American refereed Journal of Planning History. He has published widely on historical matters relating to planning with many books, book chapters, articles and other outputs to his more