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Territory identity and spatial planning

spatial governance in a fragmented nation

by Mark Tewdwr-Jones

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Published by Routledge in London .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Great Britain.
    • Subjects:
    • Regional planning -- Great Britain,
    • Decentralization in government -- Great Britain,
    • Space in economics

    • Edition Notes

      Includes index.

      StatementMark Tewdwr-Jones and Philip Allmendinger.
      ContributionsAllmendinger, Philip, 1968-
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHT395.G7 T456 2006
      The Physical Object
      Paginationp. cm.
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3410763M
      ISBN 10041536034X, 0415360358
      LC Control Number2005026791

      The book examines urban planning and policy in the context of deeply contested space, where place identity and cultural affinities are reshaping cities. Throughout the world, contentions around identity and territory abound, and in Britain, this problem has found recent expression in debates about multiculturalism and social cohesion. Territorial changes and changing identities: how spatial identities are used in the up-scaling of local government in the Netherlands Kees Terlouw Department of Human Geography and Spatial Planning, Utrecht University, Utrecht, Netherlands ABSTRACT This article analyses the use of local identities by local communities in two Dutch by: 1.

      Spatial planning, strongly advocated by government and the profession, is intended to be more holistic, more strategic, more inclusive, more integrative and more attuned to sustainable development than previous approaches. In what the authors refer to as the New Spatial Planning, there is a fairly rapidly evolving maturity and sophistication in how strategies are developed and produced. Several books have addressed European spatial planning and territorial governance in a comprehensive manner (Adams, Cotella, & Nunes, ; Dühr et .

      This book explores the role of cities and the urban–rural linkages in spurring innovation embedded in spatial planning, strategic and economic planning, and decision support systems. In particular, th. Young people, social capital, and community revitalization: The role of social enterprise (CASE Award) (£ from ETEC Sunderland) TOWARDS A NEW URBANISM IN BRITAIN (£ from The British Academy).


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This book provides a multi-disciplinary study of territory, identity and space in a devolved UK, through the lens of spatial planning. It draws together leading internationally renowned researchers from a variety of disciplines to address the implications of devolution upon spatial planning and the rescaling of UK politics.

The Paperback of the Territory, Identity and Spatial Planning: Spatial Governance in a Fragmented Nation by Mark Tewdwr-Jones at Barnes & : Mark Tewdwr-Jones. For some, it is an inherently unstable arrangement, which neglects the needs of the state as a whole and makes impossible coherent spatial planning or territorial equity.

Citizenship is fragmented and an overarching sense of British national identity thrown away in a reversion to ancient by: 3. This book provides a multi-disciplinary study of territory, identity and space in a devolved UK, through the lens of spatial planning.

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This book provides a multi-disciplinary study of territory, identity and space in a devolved UK, through the lens of spatial planning. It draws together leading internationally renowned researchers from a variety of disciplines to address the implications of devolution upon spatial planning and the rescaling of.

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Tewdwr-Jones, M; Allmendinger, PE; () Territory, Identity and Spatial Planning: Spatial Governance in a Fragmented Nation. [Book]. Routledge: London.

Full. Territory, Identity and Spatial Planning: Spatial Governance in a Fragmented Nation by Mark Tewdwr-Jones. This book provides a multi-disciplinary study of territory, identity and space in a devolved UK, through the lens of spatial planning.

Theoretical contexts for territory, identity and spatial planning 1 1 Territory, identity and spatial planning PHILIP ALLMENDINGER AND MARK TEWDWR-JONES 3 2 Nationality, devolution and policy development in the 22 United Kingdom MICHAEL KEATING 3 The theoretical challenge of devolution and constitutional 35 change in the United Kingdom.

Summary: Provides a multi-disciplinary study of territory, identity and space in a devolved UK, through the lens of spatial planning. This book draws together internationally renowned researchers from a variety of disciplines to address the implications of devolution upon spatial planning and the rescaling of UK politics.

Tewdwr-Jones, M. and Allmendinger, P. M., eds. () Territory, identity and spatial planning: spatial governance in a fragmented nation. Volume 1. Routledge, pp ISBN Full text not archived in this repository.

It is advisable to refer to the publisher's version if. This book provides a multi-disciplinary study of territory, identity and space in a devolved UK, through the lens of spatial planning. It draws together leading internationally renowned researchers from a variety of disciplines to address the implications of devolution upon spatial planning and the rescaling of UK : Taylor And Francis.

This book provides a multi-disciplinary study of territory, identity and space in a devolved UK, through the lens of spatial planning. It draws together leading internationally renowned researchers from a variety of disciplines to address the implications of devolution upon spatial planning and the rescaling of UK politics.

Territory, integration and spatial planning. In M. Tewdwr-Jones & A. Allmendinger (Eds.), Territory, identity and spatial planning. Spatial governance in a fragmented by: 2. Philip Allmendinger has 17 books on Goodreads with ratings.

Philip Allmendinger’s most popular book is Planning Theory. Territory, Identity and Spatial Planning: Spatial Governance in a Fragmented Nation by.

Philip Allmendinger (Editor), Mark Tewdwr-Jones (Editor). In M. Tewdwr-Jones and P. Allmendinger (eds.) Territory, Identity and Spatial Planning. London: Routledge, pp. Lessons from the Stormont house. Book Description. The central concern of this book is place identity, and its representation and manipulation through planning.

Place identity is of growing international concern, both in planning practice and in academic work. The issue is important to practitioners because of the impact of globalisation on notions of place.

Territory, identity and spatial planning: spatial governance in a fragmented nation - Allmendinger, Philip, Tewdwr-Jones, Mark, Book | Read chapter 'Territory, integration and spatial planning' by Healey, pages Patsy Healey OBE FBA FAcSS is a British urban planner.

She is professor emeritus at Global Urban Research Unit in the School of Architecture, Planning & Landscape, at Newcastle University.

She is a specialist in planning theory and practice, with a particular focus on strategic spatial planning for city regions and in urban regeneration policies.

She is Senior Editor of Planning Theory and Practice Born: 1 January (age 79), Loughborough, England.Chapter 2: Making Wales: Spatial strategy making in a devolved context Neil Harris and Huw Thomas Chapter 3: Identity and territory: The creation of a national planning framework for Scotland Greg Lloyd and Graeam Purves Chapter 4: ‘Gateways and hubs’: strategic spatial planning in Ireland Jim Walsh.