Homes, Cities and Neighbourhoods: Planning and the Residential Landscapes of Modern Britain

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Ashgate, 2008 - Business & Economics - 343 pages
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Given current projections of population and household numbers, housing has become arguably the most important issue in planning. Likewise, planning raises arguably the most important long term issues in housing, given the environmental consequences of urban development and the use of the home. Homes, Cities and Neighbourhoods documents the evolution of typical urban landscapes from 1900 to the present with an emphasis on contemporary issues and practice. In doing this, the book examines in detail: -

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Contents

PLANNING MARKETS AND THE INDUSTRIAL CITY
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Mass Housing
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Two Types of Planning
59
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Barry Goodchild is a Professor of Housing and Urban Planning in the Faculty of Development and Society, Sheffield Hallam University, UK

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