Urban Problems And Planning In The Developed World Routledge Revivals

Author: Michael Pacione
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1134519141
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Urban Problems And Planning In The Developed World Routledge Revivals from the Author: Michael Pacione. This edited collection, first published in 1981, presents a discussion of the urban problems faced in the developed world, and addresses the plans and policies devised by governments to solve them. Using a number of city-based case studies, including New York, Tokyo and Glasgow, the authors present a thorough analysis of urban problems and planning in relation to varying economic, cultural and political conditions throughout the developed world. With a detailed general survey from Michael Pacione, this is a comprehensive and relevant guide, which will be of particular value to students and scholars of urban planning and geography.

Problems And Planning In Third World Cities Routledge Revivals

Author: Michael Pacione
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1134519982
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Problems And Planning In Third World Cities Routledge Revivals from the Author: Michael Pacione. When this title was first published in 1981, growing concern for the future of cities and those who inhabited them, stimulated by trends in global urbanisation, had resulted in much emphasis being placed on a problem-solving approach to the study of the city. The chapters in this edited collection, a companion to Urban Problems and Planning in the Developed World (Routledge Revivals, 2013), consider the problems and planning activities in a number of cities across the world. Varied case-studies, including Mexico City, Bogota and Shanghai, reflect the differing economic, cultural and political regimes of the modern world and ensure the continued value of this comprehensive work.

Transport Planning For Third World Cities Routledge Revivals

Author: Harry T. Dimitriou
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1135036705
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Transport Planning For Third World Cities Routledge Revivals from the Author: Harry T. Dimitriou. Cities within the developing world experience a form of urban development which is different to those in more industrialised countries. Rates of growth are usually much more dramatic, housing and transport are often provided informally, and institutional support for urban management is also much weaker. The crux of this book, first published in 1990, lies in the idea that urban transport planning cannot be viewed in isolation from this wider development context. Making special reference to a number of countries, including Brazil, India and Indonesia, chapters discuss problems of urban transport planning, deficiencies in the theory and practice of conventional transport planning, and the emerging alternatives in the countries under examination. This work addresses problems that are still of great concern to urban policy planners, professionals and academics, as well as students from the fields of development studies, urban geography and planning, architecture and civil engineering.

Urban Problems Routledge Revivals

Author: Michael Pacione
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1134599293
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Urban Problems Routledge Revivals from the Author: Michael Pacione. Urban problems and their resolution represent one of the major challenges for planners and decision makers in the modern world. This book, first published in 1990, makes a major contribution to the field, presenting an international and interdisciplinary approach to the challenges presented by the urban environment. The coverage is comprehensive, ranging from the economic and political dimensions of the capitalist system, to the issues of poverty and deprivation and questions about housing equity. This is an essential reference guide to social, economic and environmental problems in urban areas, which is of great value to students of planning, urban studies, geography and sociology.

Urban Transport Planning Routledge Revivals

Author: Harry Dimitriou
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1317831462
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Urban Transport Planning Routledge Revivals from the Author: Harry Dimitriou. Originally published in 1992, this book discusses a contemporary growth in environmental awareness, reflected in an increasing concern about the pollution caused by motor cars.The author considers the problem of congestion bringing traffic to a halt in the major cities and the increasingly controversial nature of contemporary transport planning. Professor Dimitriou provides a thorough and incisive contemporary analysis and suggests some appropriate solutions for the future.

Urban Decline Routledge Revivals

Author: David Clark
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1135094993
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Urban Decline Routledge Revivals from the Author: David Clark. In the twentieth century, urban growth was one of the most powerful catalysts of geographical, social and demographic change in the Western world. When this book was first published in 1989, however, a massive process of counter-urbanization was underway, which saw the loss of population and jobs in cities and a pronounced urban to rural shift. This book analyses the causes and consequences of urban decline in Britain and the developed world during this period and beyond, and assesses the implications for urban planning and policy. David Clark’s relevant and comprehensive title will be of value to students with a particular interest in urban geography and development.

Remaking Cities Routledge Revivals

Author: Alison Ravetz
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1135007039
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Remaking Cities Routledge Revivals from the Author: Alison Ravetz. This book, published in 1980, is an iconoclastic account of one of the pillars of the welfare state, British town and country planning, between 1945 and 1975. Always a fine balance between central control and market forces, it was challenged by strains within and between the environmental professions and protest by people dispossessed or alienated by re-shaped urban environments. Remaking Cities critiques the export of western-style planning to the developing world and reviews initiatives rooted in different understandings of ‘growth’ appearing in those years. Nearly forty years on, many of the same issues beset us, notably the depressingly familiar inner city problem, despite countless reports, funds and ‘programmes’. But now our infrastructure and services, once publicly owned, are privatised and fragmented, and local government progressively relegated. The very core of planning, development control, is being pared in a struggle to regain the ‘growth’ which led to our current crisis. This gives fresh importance to the need for new modes of creating liveable, sustainable environments, emphasised in this important work.

Transport Planning For Third World Cities

Author: Harry T. Dimitriou
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Transport Planning For Third World Cities from the Author: Harry T. Dimitriou. Develops urban transport paridigms that are more appropriate to Third World countries than those currently in use.

The Government Of Space Routledge Revivals

Author: Alison Ravetz
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1134465246
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The Government Of Space Routledge Revivals from the Author: Alison Ravetz. Britain’s planning system began as ‘town and country planning’ to repair the ravages of unplanned industrialism and promote ideal environments for the future. Steering a course between left and right, public control and for-profit development, it survived successive booms and busts, broadening to include new concerns like ecology, conservation and community participation. By the 1986, when this book was first published, the system’s survival beyond the year 2000 was in doubt. It did endure, but it is now under serious threat from the right, which sees it as obstructing enterprise and the restoration of ‘growth’. It has been stripped of some of its core aims and mechanisms, while as yet there is no agenda distinguishing growth that will be sustainable from growth which self-evidently is not. The Government of Space was written as a concise guide for the non-specialist to the origins and evolution of British planning, its intellectual pedigree, achievements and cruxes. It is an invaluable background to the state of planning and the cases for and against it today.

Routledge Revivals The Design Professions And The Built Environment 1988

Author: Paul L Knox
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1315452758
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Routledge Revivals The Design Professions And The Built Environment 1988 from the Author: Paul L Knox. First published in 1988, this book argues that discussions of urban development often neglect to consider that much of the urban environment is designed by architects and planners, and that the particular world-view of architects and planners is crucial for the way proposals are taken up, modified and carried out. The author explores the world-view of architects and planners, considering their approach to design and the factors which influence this — work patterns, career paths and the firms in which they operate. The author also studies their place in the political decision-making process as it affects urban questions and then explores how architects and planners roles are changing.