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This book is aimed at students on town planning and related courses, as well as practitioners who want to locate their practice within the broadening activity of town planning. It is written by practising town planners and academics with practice experience, and the chapters include many case studies which make connections for the reader between theory and practice. The book does not aim to be comprehensive, but to lay out the terrain in the key areas. It is a gateway to the exciting and varied world of town planning, which should stimulate the reader to want to find out more. It should heighten the appreciation of practice in all its forms and widen the horizons of the world of the professional town planner.
Edited by Philip Allmendinger, University of Aberdeen, Alan Prior and Jeremy Raemaekers, both of Edinburgh College of Art/Heriot-Watt University, Edinburgh, UK
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June 23rd, 2000
Edited by Alan Prior
Edited by Jeremy Raemaekers
Edited by Philip Allmendinger
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