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eBook Making Planning Work: A Guide to Approaches and Skills ePub

by Cliff Hague,Patrick Wakely,Julie Crespin,Chris Jasko

  • ISBN: 1853396486
  • Category: Politics and Government
  • Subcategory: Politics
  • Author: Cliff Hague,Patrick Wakely,Julie Crespin,Chris Jasko
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Practical Action (September 11, 2006)
  • Pages: 118
  • ePub book: 1993 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1380 kb
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Prelims - Making Planning Work. Cliff Hague, Patrick Wakely, Julie Crespin, Chris Jasko, Anna Kajumulo Tibaijuka. Published: 1 January 2006. by Practical Action Publishing. in Making Planning Work.

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Making Planning Work: A Guide to Approaches and Skills. Cliff Hague, Patrick Wakely, Julie Crespin, Chris Jasko. 1. Why an urbanizing world needs new approaches to settlement planning.

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Making Planning Work A guide to approaches and skills. Chris Jasko is a development consultant. By Cliff Hague, Patrick Wakely, Julie Crespin and Chris Jasko, ITDG Publishing, 2006. Making Planning Work shows why new urban skills are needed so urgently, and what can be done to grow skills and enhance capacities.

Cliff Hague, Patrick Wakely, Julie Crespin. Drawing upon case studies from some twenty 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. Drawing upon case studies from some twenty 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. The guide will focus international attention on the urgent need to increase global understanding of sustainable urban development processes and pro-poor planning practices

Hague, P. Wakely, J. Crespin and C. Jasko, 2006, "Making Planning Work: A Guide to Approaches and Skills", Earthscan. C. Hague, 2007, "Urban containment: European experience of planning for the compact city" in G-J Knaap, .

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Hague, Cliff, Wakely, Patrick, Crespin, Julie and Jasko, Chris 2006: Making Planning Work. A guide to approaches and skills, Rugby. Hambleton, Robin 2007: ‘New leadership for democratic urban space’, in: Hambleton, Robin and Gross, Jill S. (eds): Governing Cities in a Global Era. Urban Innovation, Competition and Democratic Reform, Basingstoke and New York, 163–176.

Hague, . Wakely, . Crespin, J. & Jacko, C. (2006) Making Planning Work, A Guide to Approaches and Skills (Rugby: Intermediate Technology Publications). Perception is everything, DVD, Neish Training. Gunning, I. (1995) Diversity issues in mediation: Controlling negative cultural myths, Journal Dispute Resolution, 55, p. 79. Hague, . Kirk, . Higgins, . Prior, . Jenkins, P. & Smith, H. (2002) Participatory planning for sustainable communities (London: OPCS). uk/ cipatoryplanning. akely, . respin and . asko, 2006, "Making Planning Work: A Guide to Approaches and Skills", Earthscan. ague, 2007, "Urban containment: European experience of planning for the compact city" in G-J Knaap, .

Drawing upon case studies from some twenty 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. The guide will focus international attention on the urgent need to increase global understanding of sustainable urban development processes and pro-poor planning practices. It is for all those engaged in the processes of planning and managing towns, cities and settlements: political leaders, professional planners, engineers, architects, lawyers, and many others in national, regional, and local government, non-governmental organizations, community-based organizations, and private sector consultancies and enterprises, all of whom have a vital contribution to making and maintaining sustainable settlements. Making Planning Work demonstrates ways in which professionals and NGOs are creating and delivering innovative responses, often in situations of extremely scarce and conflictive competition for access to resources.Its tone is optimistic, but not utopian. The global challenge of urbanization is daunting, but it shows that imagination and skills can make an impact. In addition to being a stand-alone book, Making Planning Work is also an introduction to an interactive website www.communityplanning.net that enables readers to contribute and discuss their own experiences and ideas.