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Small Town Planning Handbook

by Thomas L. Daniels & John W. Keller

This is the go-to guide for planners in small towns.

For decades, The Small Town Planning Handbook has helped small towns and rural communities plan for change. It is a step-by-step guide to drafting and implementing...


Countryside Management

by Mr Peter Bromley

This management handbook explains the skills and systems needed by all those involved in managing the countryside. It deals with the process of management, national trends, establishing local policies and priorities,...


Urban Regeneration: Property Investment and Development

by J.N. Berry, N.G. Deddis & W.S. McGreal

This book provides an in-depth analysis of the role of property investment and development in the urban regeneration process. It relates the physical, economic, financial and environmental aspects of urban change...


Companion to Urban Regeneration

by Michael E. Leary & John McCarthy

This Companion provides cutting edge critical review and synthesis of recent conceptual, policy and practical developments within the field. With contributions from 70 international experts within the field,...


Capitalism's Eye: Cultural Spaces of the Commodity

by Kevin Hetherington

Capitalism's Eye gives a cultural history of how people experienced commodities in the era of industrial expansion, it promises to transform how we understand both the cultural history of capitalism in America...


Informed Cities: Making Research Work for Local Sustainability

by Marko Joas, Kate Theobald & David McGuinness

Informed Cities looks at the knowledge brokerage processes between cities and higher education institutions, and in particular evaluates governance mechanisms for monitoring local sustainability and the role...


Culture, Architecture and Nature: An Ecological Design Retrospective

by Sim Van der Ryn

Gathering his most compelling essays and addresses from the last fifty years in one accessible volume, this book looks at the pioneering ideas that underpin Sim Van der Ryn's ecological design philosophy. It...


Downtown Planning for Smaller and Midsized Communities

by Philip L. Walker

Philip L. Walker, an experienced downtown-planning consultant, offers practical tips for preserving a sense of place, improving fiscal efficiency, and enhancing quality of life in Downtown Planning for Smaller...


Foreclosing the Dream: How America's Housing Crisis is Reshaping Our Cities and Suburbs

by William H. Lucy

Winner of the 2010 Outstanding Academic Title sponsored by the American Library Association's Choice Magazine

That America entered a profound housing crisis in 2008 is well known. The wave of foreclosures that...


What Planners Do: Power, Politics, and Persuasion

by Charles Hoch

What do planners do? To find out, Hoch interviewed 29 practicing planners and observed how they interacted with staff, citizens, and public officials. In ?What Planners Do ?, he tells their stories. The most...


Planning Theory for Practitioners

by Michael P. Brooks

This book is recommended reading for planners preparing to take the AICP exam.

In this new book, Michael Brooks bridges the gap between theory and practice. He describes an original approach—Feedback Strategy—that...


The Citizen's Guide to Planning

by Christopher J. Duerksen & C. Gregory Dale

APA's popular primer for citizens is all new! For decades, planning officials and engaged citizens have relied on The Citizen's Guide to Planning for a better understanding of the basics of planning. Now, Duerksen,...


Neighbors and Neighborhoods: Elements of Successful Community Design

by Sidney Brower

How does the design of a neighborhood affect the people who live there? In this thoughtful, engaging book, Sidney Brower explains how a neighborhood's design lays the groundwork for the social relationships...


The Design Dimension of Planning: Theory, content and best practice for design policies

by Matthew Carmona & John Punter

This book examines the design policies in current development plans. With design quality of growing importance to the public, consumers, developers and their clients, and high on the Secretary of State's agenda,...


Planning and Design for Sustainable Urban Mobility: Global Report on Human Settlements 2013

by Un-Habitat

This new report of the United Nations Human Settlements Programme (UN-Habitat), the world's leading authority on urban issues, provides some thought-provoking insights and policy recommendations on how to plan...


Designing Urban Transformation

by Aseem Inam

Designing Urban Tranformation shows unique, collaborative ways to renew urban spaces for today's challenges.


Unemployment and Social Exclusion: Landscapes of Labour Inequality and Social Exclusion

by Sally Hardy, Paul Lawless & Ron Martin

Persistent high employment and growing labour market inequality have become entrenched features of many European countries. This edited collection of papers focuses on the regional and local dimensions of these...


Regional Development Strategies: A European Perspective

by Jeremy Alden & Philip Boland

Regional development strategies have become the focus of attention in many countries in the 1990s. This textbook provides a conceptual, theoretical and empirical analysis of regional development strategies within...


Regional Development in the 1990s: The British Isles in Transition

by Ron Martin & Peter Townroe

This book documents the changing nature and challenge of regional development in Britain and Ireland in the final decade of this century. In the first half of this book, region-by-region profiles review the...


Multinationals and European Integration: Trade, Investment and Regional Development

by Nicholas A. Phelps

This book examines the role of the multinational firms in processes of European integration. It is primarily concerned with the implications of market integration and industrial restructuring for peripheral...