Journals

Town Planning Review 90.1 Featured Article

The editors of Town Planning Review have selected "Why not Italian? Differences matter! A comment on Ben Davy’s Viewpoint in TPR on ‘Thoughts on internationalism and planning’" by Klaus R. Kunzmann as the Featured Article for 90.1. The paper will be free to access for a limited time here. When asked to describe the paper, … Continue reading

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Town Planning Review 89.5 Featured Article

The editors of Town Planning Review have selected 'Mass Transit Railway, transit-oriented development and spatial justice: the competition for prime residential locations in Hong Kong since the 1980s' by Sylvia Y. He, Sui Tao, Yuting Hou and Wenhua Jiang as the Featured Article for the latest issue. It will be free to access for a limited time here. When … Continue reading

Journals

Town Planning Review 89.4 Featured Article

The editors of TPR have selected ‘Congested cities vs. sprawl makes you fat: unpacking the health effects of planning density' by Ann Forsyth as the Featured Article for the latest issue. It will be free to access for a limited time here.  When asked to describe the paper, and highlight its importance, the author stated the following: In … Continue reading

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Town Planning Review 89.3 Featured Article

The editors of TPR have selected 'Minding the gap: the professionals’ view on the interaction between urban design theory and practice' by Hooman Foroughmand Araabi as the Featured Article for the latest issue. It will be free to access for a limited time here.  When asked to describe the paper, and highlight its importance, the author stated the … Continue reading

History

Tara Martin López – Author Insights

This month, The Winter of Discontent by Tara Martin López is our chosen #FreeReadFriday title. Learn more about the book below through our chat with the author, before it's available to download free this Friday (7th of October).  Tara Martin López is Professor of Sociology at Peninsula College.* 1. What prompted you to write this book? I first heard of … Continue reading