A focused text discussing the evolution of British planning and urban design. Beginning with an historical perspective which takes the reader from the Roman Inheritance to Bauhaus and Suburbia, the book links the principles of town and country planning with issues of urban design and architecture, and also takes into account implications of social and economic change. *Provides a comprehensive and evolutionary approach, linking the principles of town and country planning with issues of urban design and architecture. *Takes account of the implications of social and economic change and their impact upon planning and design. *Contains numerous case study examples which include: medieval housing in York, London's Regent Park and Regent Street, New Towns in Essex, the Channel Tunnel. *Supplemented with over 185 diagrams. *Ideal text for undergraduates of geography, urban planning, and general students interested in planning.Table 15.1 Planning Policy Guidance Notes (1995) Table 15.2 Mineral Policy Guidance Notes (1995) Table 15.4 ... 21 Tourism (1992) PPG 22 Renewable Energy (1993) PPG 23 Planning and Pollution Control ( 1 994) PPG 24 Planning andanbsp;...
|Title||:||British Town Planning and Urban Design|
|Author||:||Eleanor Smith Morris|
|Publisher||:||Addison-Wesley Longman - 1997|