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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

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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

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Town Planning Review offers bursaries for 5 PhD students to cover costs of ‘China’s New Urban Agenda’ Conference

‘China’s New Urban Agenda’ Conference will take place on the 1st and 2nd November, 2018 at Museum of Science and Industry (MOSI), Manchester, UK. The conference aims to have an international dialogue on urban challenges by bridging ideas, discussions, and perspectives between scholars from inside and outside China, between academics and practitioners, between early career … Continue reading

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The Fifteenth Abercrombie Lecture

The Fifteenth Abercrombie Lecture will take place on Thursday 23rd November 2017 at 5.30pm in Seminar Room 5, University of Liverpool Management School. The Abercrombie Lecture was founded to celebrate the contribution of Sir Patrick Abercrombie, one of the leading town and regional planners of the 20th Century who was Lever Professor of Civic Design … Continue reading