This ground-breaking Encyclopedia provides a nuanced overview of the key concepts of urban and regional planning and design. Embracing a broad understanding of planning and design within and beyond the professions, it examines what planners and designers can do in and for a community.
With 78 specially commissioned entries written by a diverse range of contributors,
this essential reference book covers the breadth and depth of human geography to
provide a lively and accessible state of the art of the discipline for students,
instructors and researchers.