Town Planning Review

The people: where will they go?

Town Planning Review (2021), 92, (1), 11–17.

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COUCH, C. and FOWLES, S. (2019), ‘Metropolitan planning and the phenomenon of reurbanisation: the example of Liverpool’, Planning Practice & Research, 34, 184-205. Google Scholar

EVANS, A. (1991), ‘“Rabbit hutches on postage stamps”: planning, development and political economy’, Urban Studies, 28, 853-70. Google Scholar

HALL, P., GRACEY, H., DREWITT, R. and THOMAS, R. (1973), The Containment of Urban England, London, Allen and Unwin. Google Scholar

HOWARD, E. (1898), To-morrow: A Peaceful Path to Real Reform, London, Swann Sonnenschein. Google Scholar

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LORD, A. and TEWDWR-JONES, M. (2014), ‘Is planning “under attack”? Chronicling the deregulation of urban and environmental planning in England’, European Planning Studies, 22, 345-61. Google Scholar

MHCLG (2019), Overcrowded Households, Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government, https://www.ethnicity-facts-figures.service.gov.uk/housing/housing-conditions/overcrowded-households/latest (accessed 14 April 2020). Google Scholar

NEUMAN, M. (2005), ‘The compact city fallacy’, Journal of Planning Education and Research, 25, 11-26. Google Scholar

PIDD, H. and DODD, V. (2020), ‘UK police use drones and roadblocks to enforce lockdown’, The Guardian, 26 March 2020, https://www.theguardian.com/world/2020/mar/26/uk-police-use-drones-and-roadblocks-to-enforce-lockdown (accessed 14 April 2020). Google Scholar

STURZAKER, J. and SHUCKSMITH, M. (2011), ‘Planning for housing in rural England: discursive power and spatial exclusion’, Town Planning Review, 82, 169-93. Google Scholar

THOMAS, J. (2020), ‘Cars to be stopped by Merseyside Police after force gets reports of lockdown house parties’, Liverpool Echo, https://www.liverpoolecho.co.uk/news/liverpool-news/cars-stopped-merseyside-police-after-18069621 (accessed 14 April 2020). Google Scholar

WALL, T. (2020), ‘Two adults, five children, one room: “it’s really scary, but what can I do?”’, The Observer, 12 April 2020, 14-15. Google Scholar

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Sturzaker, John