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by Richard Guise,Hugh Barton

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ISBN:
0415495482
Author:
Richard Guise,Hugh Barton
Category:
Social Sciences
Language:
English
Publisher:
Routledge; 2 edition (March 2, 2010)
Pages:
344 pages
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He has taught planning, transport, urban design and environmental sustainability for 30 years to undergraduate, postgraduate, and mid-career professionals. His books include Local Environmental Auditing, Sustainable Communities and Healthy Urban Planning

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ByHugh Barton, Marcus Grant, Richard Guise. Barton, . Grant, . Guise, R. (2003). First Published 2003. Current policies in planning emphasise the importance of rejuvenating neighbourhoods. The objective is to design neighbourhoods that are healthy, safe, friendly and attractive for residents and users, whilst being more self-sustaining in terms of water, energy, local services and work.

Richard Guise, Marcus Grant, Hugh Barton. Place of Publication His books include Local Environmental Auditing, Sustainable Communities. Place of Publication. He has taught planning, transport, urban design and environmental sustainability for 30 years to undergraduate, postgraduate, and mid-career professionals. His books include Local Environmental Auditing, Sustainable Communities and Healthy Urban Planning.

Hugh Barton and Marcus Grant’s updated handbook is a treasure trove of. .Hugh Barton, Marcus Grant and Richard Guise.

Hugh Barton and Marcus Grant’s updated handbook is a treasure trove of information and a well-argued alternative to the Urban Design Compendium, writes Jonathan Brown of URBED. Being critical for a moment, the book betrays its ‘southern-centric’ origins a little too often for my jaundiced northern tastes, skirting quickly over regeneration challenges found in areas of weakened demand, and offering relatively few case-studies from the north parts, where so many instructive examples of neighbourhood planning can be found.

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This book attempts to identify and document the current range of initiatives toward developing sustainable communities. Part 1 explores the meaning of sustainable development and its implications for communities.

This substantially revised and important second edition comes at a pivotal time, with both a strong agenda of localism in planning and with public health professionals now realising the vital importance of shaping urban environments in order to reduce the burden of disease and support better health outcomes.

This guide ensures you:

understand the underlying principles for planning healthy and sustainable neighbourhoods and towns plan the collaborative and inclusive processes needed for multi-sectoral cooperation develop know-how and skills in matching local need with urban form discover new ways to integrate development with natural systems design places with character and recognise good urban form guide communities, and advise developers, in the creation of successful and sustainable places for living.

Containing many new case studies and a wealth of new research, this new edition has benefited from previous user feedback. Shaping Neighbourhoods is the indispensable guide for bridging the gulf between theory and practice, between planning authorities, investors and communities, and between different professional perspectives.

Whether you are a student faced with a local planning project; a planner, urban designer or developer involved in new development; a health authority concerned with promoting physical activity; or a community group wanting to improve your neighbourhood; this book is for you.