Making Planning workA guide to Approaches and Skills
Drawing upon case studies from some 20 different countries, Making Planning Work shows why new urban development and planning skills are needed so urgently, and what can be done to grow such skills and enhance capacities.
Table of Contents
List of Abbreviations and Acronyms
Section 1 Making the Case
Why an urbanizing world needs new approaches to settlement planning
Pointers to sustainable settlements
Section 2 Practices, Processes, and Skills
Analytical and cognitive skills
Communication, negotiation, and inclusion
Monitoring and Learning
Section 3 The Way Ahead
New places, new planning, new skills?
Sub Title A guide to Approaches and Skills Author Cliff Hague, Patrick Wakely, Julie Crespin, Chris Jasko Editor No Width (mm) 146 Height (mm) 271 Thickness (mm) 7 Number of Pages 118 Number of Illustrations No Format Paperback / softback