Territory, Identity and Spatial Planning : Spatial Governance in a Fragmented Nation

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Pub. Date: 2006-08-30
Publisher(s): Taylor & Francis
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Summary

A multi-disciplinary study of the implications of devolution on spatial planning and the rescaling of UK politics, based on the expertise of leading internationally-renowned researchers.

Table of Contents

Theoretical contexts for territory, identity and spatial planning
Introduction
Nationality, Devolution and Policy Development in the United Kingdom
The Theoretical Challenge of Devolution and Constitutional Change in the United Kingdom
Towards a Transnational Space of Governance? The European Union as a Challenging Arena for UK Planning
Territory, Integration and Spatial Planning
Studies of territorial and spatial planning
The Contested Creation of New State Spaces: Contrasting Conceptions of Regional Strategy Building in North West England
Advancing Together in Yorkshire and Humberside
Spatial Governance in Contested Territory: The Case of Northern/North of Ireland
Redefining 'the Space that is Wales': Place, Planning and the Wales Spatial Plan
Escaping Policy Gravity: The Scope for Distinctiveness in Scottish Spatial Planning
London: A Millennium-Long Battle, A Millennial Truce?nbsp;
Institutions of governance and substantive policy roles
Pressure for Housing in the English Regions: Back to the Future
Modernising Transport Planning in the English Regions
The Welsh Assembly and Economic Governance in Wales
The Quest for Sustainable Development at the Greater London Authority
We'll have more please, but not now and not like that: Public Attitudes to the Assembly in Northern Ireland
Complexities and interdependencies in spatial governance
Government, Governance and Decentralisation
City-Regionalism: The Social Re-construction of an Idea in Practice
Global Localism: Interpreting and Implementing New Localism in the UK
New Identities, the Restructuring of Scalar Politics and the Devolution Settlement
Mapping the Geographies of UK Devolution: Institutional Legacies, Territorial Fixes and Network Topologies
Identifying the Determinants of the Form of Government, Governance and Spatial Plan-Making
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