Key Concepts in Planning
- Gavin Parker - Reading University, UK
- Joe Doak - Reading University, UK
Planning | Rural Geography
Key Concepts in Planning forms part of an innovative set of companion texts for the Human Geography sub-disciplines. Organized around 20 short essays, Key Concepts in Planning provides a cutting edge introduction to the central concepts that define contemporary research in Planning. Involving detailed and expansive discussions, the book includes:
- An introductory chapter providing a succinct overview of the recent developments in the field
- Over 20 key concept entries with comprehensive explanations, definitions and evolutions of the subject
- Extensive pedagogic features that enhance understanding including a glossary, figures, diagrams and further reading
Key Concepts in Planning is an ideal companion text for advanced undergraduate and graduate students in Planning and covers the expected staples of the sub-discipline in an accessible style. Written by an internationally recognized set of authors, Key Concepts in Planning is an essential addition to any geography student's library.
I was particularly interested in the chapters on sustainable development and community which I am now recommending to some of my students who are research geographic and alternative communities
This book provides a clear explanation of planning concepts. In particular it is a useful resource good for students, academics and tourism planners in reviewing local government planning processes.
Tourism planning and role of Local Authorities in an area that is currently under researched this book provides essential reading if you are a student or professional in the planning
This book could be adopted as a supplemental book for an elective course (City and Development Problems) in Dept. of Architecture. It will definitely orient students in accordance to their interests in their future works.
This book provides a coherent and brief frame for architecture students. For Planning discipline this book would be convenient to adopt as an essential item especially in the first and second years.
If you are a student or property management and related fields. this book is essential. It is written in clear language and easy to follow. All the key concepts are discussed in a very current and relevant context. Regardless of your level of understanding you will get plenty out of this book.
A good introductory course for planning and non planning built environment students who need to know the essentials
this book will be use as a supplemental for my course. The main book is still urban land use planning
Excellent book for exploring the concepts of planning, however the requirements for this course would require literature that specifically looks at the planning permission process within the U.K.
A superb tool for teaching