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Spotlight on Aesthetics and the Environment: Free to read journal articles, plus 30% off selected e-book and print books

For August we are putting a spotlight on Aesthetics and the Environment, focusing on our Art, Architecture and Sculpture books, journals and digital collections.

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Liverpool University Press launches LUP Open Planning: with archival access from 1910

Liverpool University Press is delighted to announce that it is offering (in partnership with Jisc for UK customers) a ‘subscribe to open’ transformative OA agreement for 2022 for the world’s oldest urban planning journal, Town Planning Review (TPR), and its sibling International Development Planning Review (IDPR).

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Featured in Town Planning Review 92.4: Planners and the New Urban Agenda: will we lead the agenda, or will the agenda lead us?

The editors of Town Planning Review (TPR) have selected the following paper as the Featured Article in TPR 92.4. This paper will be free to access for a limited time: 'Planners and the new urban agenda: will we lead the agenda, or will the agenda lead us?' by Bruce Stiftel  When asked to describe the paper and … Continue reading

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Featured in Town Planning Review 92.3: Strategies in Brazilian informal settlements: fighting COVID-19 towards urban resilience

The editors of Town Planning Review (TPR) have selected the following paper as a Featured Viewpoint in TPR 92.3: 'Strategies in Brazilian informal settlements: fighting COVID-19 towards urban resilience' by Lara Furtado. When asked to describe the paper and highlight its importance, the author stated the following: After over one year of the beginning of … Continue reading

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Featured in Town Planning Review 92.2: Calling for responsible inclusive planning and healthy cities in Africa

The editors of Town Planning Review (TPR) have selected the following paper as a Featured Viewpoint in TPR 92.2: 'Calling for Responsible Inclusive Planning and post-pandemic Healthy African Cities' by Lauren Andres, John R Byrson, Stuart Paul Denoon-Stevens, Hakeem Bakare, Katrina du Toit and Lorena Melgaço. When asked to describe the paper and highlight its … Continue reading