Past, present, future: The historical evolution of metropolitan planning conceptions and styles

Daniel Galland, Mark Tewdwr-Jones

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Abstrakt

This chapter examines the historical evolution and emerging trends and priorities of metropolitan planning through an analysis concerning its substance and processes. The point of departure is an analysis of the evolving driving forces that influence the adoption and articulation of different planning conceptions and planning styles in catering to metropolitan development. The aim is to periodise substantive and procedural debates pertaining to change and continuity of the institution of planning in its task to shape metropolitan regions. Emphasis is placed on European casuistry, but we also allude to metropolitan planning efforts undertaken elsewhere. On this basis, we illustrate how different spatial ideas relate to evolving development orientations, and how particular planning rationales reflect key values and preferences shaping the roles of planning and their agents.
OriginalsprogEngelsk
TitelMetropolitan Regions, Planning and Governance
RedaktørerKarsten Zimmermann, Daniel Galland, John Harrison
Antal sider16
ForlagSpringer
Publikationsdato2020
Sider195-210
AnsøgerARL German Academy for Spatial Research and Planning
ISBN (Trykt)978-3-030-25631-9
ISBN (Elektronisk)978-3-030-25632-6
StatusUdgivet - 2020

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  • Projekter

    IAK ARL Planning and Governing the Metropolis

    Galland, D.

    01/12/201601/12/2019

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    Citationsformater

    Galland, D., & Tewdwr-Jones, M. (2020). Past, present, future: The historical evolution of metropolitan planning conceptions and styles. I K. Zimmermann, D. Galland, & J. Harrison (red.), Metropolitan Regions, Planning and Governance (s. 195-210). Springer. https://link.springer.com/chapter/10.1007/978-3-030-25632-6_11