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Conceptions of space and place in strategic spatial planning / ed. by Simin Davoudi and Ian Strange.

Contributor(s): Davoudi, Simin | Strange, IanMaterial type: TextTextSeries: RTPI library series 17Publisher: London Routledge 2009Description: xiv, 282 sISBN: 9780415486668; 9780415431026; 0415486661; 0415431026Subject(s): Byplanlægning | City planning -- England | Land use -- England | Open spaces -- England | Regional planning -- England | Regionalplanlægning | Spatial behavior -- England | planlægningsprocessen | Samhällsplanering -- StorbritannienDDC classification: 307.12 Other classification: 307 | Odg-e
Contents:
Introduction Simin Davoudi Ian Strange 1. Space and place in the twentieth century planning Simin Davoudi Ian Strange 2. Making Wales:The creation of a national planning framework for Scotland Greg Lloyd Graeme Purves 4. Gateways and hubs' : Strategic Spatial Planning in Ireland Jim Walsh 5. Building consensus in contested spaces and places? The regional development strategy for Northern Ireland Michael Murray 6. Doing strategic planning differently: the Yorkshire and Humber regional spatial strategy Gordon Dabinett 7. Managing the metropolis: economic change, institutional reform and spatial planning in London Nick Bailey 8. Asymmetric development in spatial planning: positivist contents and poststructuralist processes? Simin Davoudi 9. Conclusion Simin Davoudi and Ian Strange / Spatial strategy making in a devolved context Neil Harris Huw Thomas 3. Identity and territory
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Introduction Simin Davoudi Ian Strange 1. Space and place in the twentieth century planning Simin Davoudi Ian Strange 2. Making Wales:The creation of a national planning framework for Scotland Greg Lloyd Graeme Purves 4. Gateways and hubs' : Strategic Spatial Planning in Ireland Jim Walsh 5. Building consensus in contested spaces and places? The regional development strategy for Northern Ireland Michael Murray 6. Doing strategic planning differently: the Yorkshire and Humber regional spatial strategy Gordon Dabinett 7. Managing the metropolis: economic change, institutional reform and spatial planning in London Nick Bailey 8. Asymmetric development in spatial planning: positivist contents and poststructuralist processes? Simin Davoudi 9. Conclusion Simin Davoudi and Ian Strange / Spatial strategy making in a devolved context Neil Harris Huw Thomas 3. Identity and territory

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