The Politics of urban growth
This book examines some of the ways in which politics and government have influenced the growth and shape of cities. It shows how urban growth affects economic and social welfare and the administration of all kinds of public services. It also asks how ordinary city dwellers can have more say in the way our cities grow in future. The chapters on the relation between planning, politics and popular participation raise issues of wide interest throughout an increasingly urbanised world. The picture...[Show more]
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