Planning in the UK

An Introduction

by Clara Greed with David Johnson

Table of contents

  • Preface

PART I: PLANNING AND THE PLANNING SYSTEM

  1. Introduction: Why Planning Matters
  2. The Organisation of Planning
  3. The Control of Development and the Development Process

PART II: THE STORY OF PLANNING

  1. The Historical Roots of Planning
  2. Industrialisation: Reaction and Reform
  3. From Industrialisation to Globalisation
  4. Planning into the New Millennium
  5. The History of the Theories behind Planning

PART III: THE SCOPE OF MODERN PLANNING

  1. Planning for the Countryside and other Green Areas
  2. Sustainable Development
  3. Regeneration, Retail and Renewal
  4. Transportation Planning
  5. Urban Design, Place-Making and Culture

PART IV: PLANNING AND PEOPLE

  1. The Social Aspects of Planning
  2. Planning for Diversity and Equality: Women and Minorities
  3. Planning and the Built Environment Professions