Parallel Patterns of Shrinking Cities and Urban Growth: Spatial Planning for Sustainable Development of City Regions and Rural Areas
Focussing particularly on urban fringe and rural areas, this book addresses the parallel phenomena of growth and decline. In doing so, it not only broadens a debate which generally concentrates on urban municipalities, especially inner city areas, but also covers new ground by starting to build a new theoretical framework for the spatial planning related assessment of these phenomena.
Bringing together contributions from internationally renowned authors, such as Sir Peter Hall, Steve Ward and Johann Jessen, the book compares international case studies and highlights their relationships with one another. It concludes by emphasizing common themes that are addressed, as well as showing applicability to other urban and rural regions.
Overall, the book provides a timely and comprehensive analysis of the spatial consequences and related spatial planning concepts in theory and practice which aim to further sustainable development of city regions, urban fringe and rural areas experiencing growth and decline.
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2Balancing European Territory The Challengeof the Post
Conceptualizing Shrinking Cities A Challenge for Planning
7Regional Land useManagement under
Perspectives of the Ageing
The Housing Market in Growing and Declining Regions Political Implications for Housing Policy and Urban Planning
10Sustainable Suburbia through the Perspectiveof Lower
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Robin Ganser,Rocky Piro
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