Elgar Studies in Planning Theory, Policy and Practice

This series is designed to make a significant contribution to the advancement of scholarship in spatial planning and related fields. Its main emphasis is on the development and application of original ideas that address important theoretical questions, policy solutions and the practice of planning. Books in the series will cover different contexts and aspects such as urban, rural, regional and international planning, community development, housing, impact assessment, the politics of planning, planning cultures and values, environmental planning, sustainability and design issues. International in its approach, it offers cutting-edge research that challenges current thinking, offers rigorous evaluations of existing concepts and suggests future visions.

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