Town Planning Review

Town Planning Review

  • ISSN (Online) : 1478-341X
  • ISSN (Print) : 0041-0020
  • Language : English
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As a leading urban planning and regional planning journal, Town Planning Review provides a principal forum for communication between researchers and students, policy analysts and practitioners. It publishes a diversity of research approaches, welcoming full-length papers and review articles contributing to the advancement of town and regional planning research in highly developed economies and in emerging industrial states, particularly those relating to the areas of:

• spatial planning
• regional development and analysis
• urban regeneration and renewal
• local and regional economic development
• community planning and participation
• social cohesion and spatial inequalities
• housing area planning and development
• urban design and conservation
• environmental planning and sustainable development
• transport and infrastructure planning
• rural planning and development
• governance and institutions

Other features
Among TPR’s other features, the widely welcomed ‘Viewpoint’ gives the opportunity for a short personal view to be expressed on a current planning research topic, while the ‘Commentary’ section gives a platform for longer pieces of a similar kind. Other regular features include ‘Policy & Practice’ discussions, ‘Conference Reports’ and ‘Book Reviews’. The editors welcome suggestions for each of these features. If you are interested in reviewing a book for TPR please contact the book reviews editor, John Sturzaker.

Town Planning Review Special Issues
The editors also welcome suggestions for guest-edited thematic issues comprising appropriately refereed and edited papers on a particular subject and which may be drawn from conference tracks, roundtables and workshops or may be specially commissioned.

Articles appearing in this journal are indexed or abstracted in: 
Architectural Periodicals Index, Avery Index to Architectural Periodicals, Emerging Sources Citation Index, Environmental Periodicals Bibliography, Geo Abstracts, Human Resources Abstracts, publications of Informationsverbundzentrum Raum und Bau, International Regional Science Review, Policy and Politics, Sage Public Administration Abstracts and Sage Urban Studies Abstracts.

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Town Planning Review had a CiteScore of 1.8 in 2019.

Code of Conduct

LUP is committed to maintaining the highest ethical standards. We therefore ask that all contributors and reviewers adhere to the COPE Core Practices.
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Open Call for Papers

Planning and the New Urban Agenda: TPR  2020 initiative

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Town Planning Review invites applications for the position of Co-Editor.

Editors:
Daniel Hess, University at Buffalo
Alex Lord, University of Liverpool
John Sturzaker, University of Liverpool

Policy & Practice Editor: Olivier Sykes, University of Liverpool
Conference Reports Editor: Brian Webb, Cardiff University
Viewpoints Editor: Alex Lord, University of Liverpool
Book Reviews Editor: John Sturzaker, University of Liverpool
Editorial Assistant: Bertie Dockerill, University of Liverpool

Emeritus Editor Peter Batey, University of Liverpool

Editorial Board:
David Adams, University of Glasgow
Rachelle Alterman, Technion – Israel Institute of Technology
David Amborski, Ryerson University
Victoria Basolo, University of California, Irvine
Mike Biddulph, Cardiff City Council
Mickey Lauria, Clemson University
Simin Davoudi, University of Newcastle
Xavier Desjardin, Paris-Sorbonne University
Cliff Ellis, Clemson University
Gülden Erkut, Istanbul Technical University
Ann Forsyth, Harvard Graduate School of Design
Robert Freestone, University of New South Wales
John Henneberry, University of Sheffield
Charles Hoch, University of Illinois at Chicago
Sabine Knierbein, TU Wien
Lucie Laurian, University of Iowa
Greg Lloyd, University of Ulster
Francesco Lo Piccolo, University of Palermo
Michael Neuman, The Michael Neuman Consultancy
Mee Kam Ng, Chinese University of Hong Kong
Karina M. Pallagst, University of Kaiserslautern
Sony Pellissery, National Law School of India University
Mark Scott, University College Dublin
Bruce Stiftel, Georgia Institute of Technology
Emily Talen, University of Chicago
Mark Tewdwr-Jones, University College London
Niraj Verma, Virginia Commonwealth University
Chris Webster, University of Hong Kong
Aidan While, University of Sheffield
Belinda Yuen, Singapore University of Technology

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The Editors
Town Planning Review
Department of Civic Design
The University of Liverpool
74 Bedford Street South
Liverpool L69 7ZQ, UK
Tel: +44-[0]151-794-3117

Editorial Assistant: Bertie Dockerill

Prof Daniel Hess

Prof Alexander Lord 

Dr John Sturzacker 

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