An Anatomy of Sprawl: Planning and Politics in Britain (RTPI by Nicholas A. Phelps

By Nicholas A. Phelps

Despite the mixed efforts of British planners, politicians, the general public and curiosity teams, the ‘Solent urban’ stands as one in all a few circumstances of a unusual example of city sprawl – muted, and gradual to emerge – but produced mockingly by way of very robust pursuits in selling conservation and restraint.

This specified and precious case examine, whereas concentrating on the making plans and improvement of South Hampshire particularly, permits an in-depth examine of the problems surrounding making plans recommendations just about starting to be populations.

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