The Town Planning Review

Provides articles on urban and regional planning.

Articles from Vol. 84, No. 3, 2013

'Design Matters': Understanding Professional, Community and Consumer Preferences for the Design of Rural Housing in the Irish Landscape
This paper addresses the issue of residential design of new development in rural localities. We explore both the use of rural housing design guidelines by planning authorities and also design preferences among the public and stakeholder groups in rural...
Planning, Energy and Devolution in the UK
This short paper explores a number of issues arising from a recent ESRC project that has explored the role of the UK Devolved Administrations in the policy and deployment of renewable energy. It suggests that recent changes in the political control of...
Planning for States and Nation/States: A Symposium on US and European Planning Experience - A TransAtlantic Exploration, Dublin, Ireland, 15-16 October 2012
National spatial strategies and state development plans and frameworks face many of the same challenges in both the EU and the USA. As inherently intergovernmental endeavours, the successful implementation of planning goals requires extensive vertical...
Re-Connecting 'People and Planning': Parish Plans and the English Localism Agenda
This article examines the influence that community groups are able to exert over planning policy, framing a local analysis of engagement between parish councils and local planning authorities in England within a broader view of collaborative rationality...
The Form and Organisation of Urban Areas: Colin Buchanan and Traffic in Towns 50 Years On*
In the early 1990s, Professor Sir Colin Buchanan embarked on the process of reordering his personal files relating to town planning and transportation extending back over 60 years. The material was then boxed and put aside, but in 2010 Sir Colin's son,...
Trust and Governance in Regional Planning
This paper seeks to understand how planning systems respond to narratives of distrust, focusing on regional planning as a particularly contested field. Using a framework to explore how reforms have enhanced trust, analysis of cases in England and Denmark...
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