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  1. Core Materials 14 items
    1. Town and country planning in the UK - J. B. Cullingworth 2014

      Book Core This is a core text and we advise all students to purchase a copy of this text. Please ensure that you obtain the latest edition. You will be able to use it for many of the modules on the planning degree.

    2. Urban planning: an introduction - Chris Couch 2016, ©2016

      Book Core

    3. The short guide to town and country planning - Adam Sheppard, Nick Croft, Nick Smith 2019, ©2019

      Book Core

    4. The purpose of planning: creating sustainable towns and cities - Rydin, Yvonne 2011

      Book Core This short text is very up to date and provides an excellent commentary on the purpose and philosophy of planning.

    5. Making better places: the planning project in the twenty-first century - Patsy Healey 2010

      Book Core

    6. Garden cities of tomorrow - Ebenezer Howard, Frederic James Osborn, Lewis Mumford 1965

      Book Core

    7. The study skills handbook - Stella Cottrell 2019, ©2019

      Book Core

    8. The ultimate study skills handbook - Cornelia Connolly, Maura Murphy, Colin Neville 2009

      Book Core

    9. Urban and regional planning - Hall, Peter Geoffrey, Tewdwr-Jones, Mark 2011

      Book Optional

    10. Spatial planning and governance: understanding UK planning - Mark Tewdwr-Jones 2012

      Book Optional

  2. Additional Materials 8 items
    1. Planning beyond 2000 - Allmendinger, Philip, Chapman, Michael c1999

      Book Optional

    2. Regional planning - Glasson, John, Marshall, Tim 2007

      Book Optional

    3. Spatial planning and the new localism - Graham Haughton, Philip Allmendinger 2014

      Book Optional

    4. Introducing planning - Greed, Clara 2000

      Book Optional Please note that this is now quite old and therefore out of date on the key planning system elements. It remains however a good text with regard to planning history and is very readable.

    5. Planning and urban change - Ward, Stephen V. 2004

      Book Optional

  3. MHCLG Publications and Websites 3 items
    1. The Government department responsible for planning is now called the Ministry for Housing Communities and Local Government (MHCLG). This was formerly the Department for Communities and Local Government (DCLG). Transport remains with the Department for Transport. Over the years, the appropriate government department has changed its name numerous times and has previously been called the Office of the Deputy Prime Minister (ODPM), Department of Transport, Local Government and the Regions (DTLR), Department of the Environment Transport and the Regions (DETR) and Department of the Environment (DoE). You MUST remember to use the correct name.

    2. MHCLG (Department for Communities and Local Government)

      Website Optional The DCLG website is an excellent source of planning information of all kinds.

    3. In addition the MHCLG publishes the National Planning Policy Framework and the (now superseded) Planning Policy Statements (PPSs) and Planning Policy Guidance Notes (PPGs). The documents can be found on the web site and in the LSBU library. All students should become familiar with the range of planning policy documents and the NPPF in particular.

  4. Other Relevant Websites 5 items
    1. Planning

      Website Optional Website of the 'Planning' newspaper.

  5. Journals 8 items
    These are available in the library. You need to read them regularly, especially for your seminar preparation. Quality broadsheet and local newspapers always carry articles on current planning issues.
    1. Planning - American Planning Association, American Society of Planning Officials, EBSCO Publishing (Firm) (electronic resource)

      Journal Optional Please ask library staff for online access to this journal.

    2. Planning, practice & research - EBSCO Publishing (Firm), Taylor & Francis Online 1986]- (electronic resource)

      Journal Optional

    3. Town and country planning: the journal of the Town and Country Planning Association - Town and Country Planning Association (Great Britain), Garden Cities and Town Planning Association (Great Britain)

      Journal Optional

    4. The town planning review - Patrick Abercrombie, University of Liverpool, Liverpool School of Architecture 1910- (electronic resource)

      Journal Optional