Environment, Land Use and Urban Policy

This comprehensive collection of previously published material traces the development of thought and research on land use and urban policy over the past 100 years. Through carefully selected readings, Environment, Land Use and Urban Policy charts the evolution of modern urban planning, the development of public health and the survival of the city. Key papers on planning theory and modelling form the heart of the collection together with the debates over rationality, the scientific method, social organization, Marxism and the politics of planning.