Homes, Cities and Neighbourhoods: Planning and the Residential Landscapes of Modern Britain
While Homes, Cities and Neighbourhoods provides a unique and comprehensive exploration of housing and planning from 1900 through to the present, it is more than a history of ideas and debates. Drawn from an eclectically wide range of information sources, it puts forward a lively and readable account of the changing urban landscapes of modern Britain.
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PLANNING MARKETS AND THE INDUSTRIAL CITY
Two Types of Planning
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addition architecture areas authorities Barker Review Britain builders bungalows cent city centre compact city consulted consumer context costs council housing culs-de-sac DCLG demolition dwellings dystopia eco-villages economic England environment environmental estates example existing families favour flats garden city garden city movement gated communities gentrification groups growth higher densities Homes for Heroes house building house prices house types households housing associations housing market housing policy housing stock hypermodern impact improvement increased individual industry infrastructure involved land landscape layout living London means modern moreover neighbourhood organisation planning system planning theory political post-Fordism postmodernism poststructural practice private developers private house problems programme promote proposals relation residential residents schemes Scotland slum clearance social housing South East England space specific standardisation standards street studentification suburban suburbia suburbs suggests survey sustainable term terraces town planning trends typical urban design urban development working-class