Call for papers : Centenary Papers in Town Planning Review

Published at: 30 September 2008

Deadline 30/09/2008
In 2010 the Town Planning Review will be celebrating its centenary. To mark this important milestone, the Editors are proposing to publish a series of review papers that record and reflect on the state-of-the-art in a range of topics within the general field of town and regional planning. Appropriate topics include urban regeneration, environmental planning and management, strategic and regional planning, sustainable urban development, rural planning and development, transport  planning, planning and urban governance, planning methods, planning theory, urban design, planning history and planning education. The review papers should be written for an international audience and should therefore communicate in clear straightforward English, avoiding wherever possible the extensive use of academic and professional jargon. Papers may focus on research, on professional practice or on a combination of the two. The preferred length of papers is 8,000 – 10,000 words. The Editors would welcome expressions of interest and would be pleased to discuss the scope and content of proposed papers. If you would like to contribute, please get in touch with one of the Editors:

* Prof. Peter Batey
* Dr David Massey
* Prof. David Shaw
* Prof. Cecilia Wong

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