The Resource Urban and regional planning, Peter Hall

Urban and regional planning, Peter Hall

Urban and regional planning
Urban and regional planning
Statement of responsibility
Peter Hall
Dewey number
  • illustrations
  • maps
index present
LC call number
LC item number
H34 1992
Literary form
non fiction
Urban and regional planning, Peter Hall
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
  • zbnus
  • glg
  • fro
  • 1. Planning, Planners and Plans. The application to urban and regional planning. 'Planning' as an activity. Objectives in planning - simple and complex. Structure of this book -- 2. The Origins: Urban Growth from 1800 to 1940. Planning before the Industrial Revolution. The impact of industrialism. The phenomenon of urban spread. The reaction against sprawl -- 3. The Seers: Pioneer Thinkers in Urban Planning, from 1880 to 1945. The Anglo-American tradition. The European tradition. A verdict on the seers -- 4. The Creation of the Postwar Planning Machine, from 1940 to 1952. The emergence of the 'regional problem'. The Barlow Commission and its report, 1937-40. The aftermath of Barlow. The foundation reports. The legislation. A tentative verdict -- 5. National/Regional Planning from 1945 to 1990. Regional policy and regional change, 1945-80. Policy changes, 1960-80. The great policy reversal of the 1980s. A verdict on regional economic policies, 1960-90
  • 6. Planning for Cities and City Regions from 1945 to 1990. The reality of change in Britain. Planning in the 1950s: cities versus counties. The major regional studies of the 1960s. The new regional structure and local government reform, 1965-72. City region planning and local government, 1965-72. The changing content of planning -- 7. Planning in Western Europe Since 1945. French postwar planning. The German experience. Regional development in Italy. Scandinavian city region planning. The Netherlands: Randstad and regional development. The European experience: some conclusions -- 8. Planning in the United States Since 1945. Economic development problems. Machinery for economic development. Metropolitan growth and change. Planning powers and planning policies. Some conclusions -- 9. The Planning Process. Systems planning versus master planning. Goals, objectives and targets. Forecasting, modelling and plan design. Plan design and plan evaluation. Implementing the plan
  • New planning paradigms
Control code
24 cm
3d ed
xii, 259 p.
Isbn Type
Other physical details
ill., maps
System control number
  • rmr6770700
  • (OCoLC)26302033

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