What planners do: a comparison of the work of strategic planners in Glasgow, Melbourne and Toronto

Jackson, J 2011, 'What planners do: a comparison of the work of strategic planners in Glasgow, Melbourne and Toronto', in Carolyn Whitzman (ed.) Proceedings of the State of Australian Cities Congress 2011, Melbourne, Australia, 29 Nov -2 Dec 2011, pp. 1-11.


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Collection: Conference Papers

Title What planners do: a comparison of the work of strategic planners in Glasgow, Melbourne and Toronto
Author(s) Jackson, J
Year 2011
Conference name State of Australian Cities Congress 2011
Conference location Melbourne, Australia
Conference dates 29 Nov -2 Dec 2011
Proceedings title Proceedings of the State of Australian Cities Congress 2011
Editor(s) Carolyn Whitzman
Publisher State of Australian Cities
Place of publication Melbourne, Australia
Start page 1
End page 11
Total pages 11
Abstract Planning for social inclusion is the lens used here to compare the work of planners implementing metropolitan plans in Glasgow, Melbourne and Toronto. The planners were in interviewed in 2005/6. This was a time when triple-bottom planning was part of the planning lexicon: when social considerations should be given equal weight to economic and environmental considerations in planning work.
Subjects Urban and Regional Planning not elsewhere classified
Keyword(s) urban planners
social inclusion
professional work
Copyright notice © 2011 State of Australian Cities National Conference 2011
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