Examines the structure and functioning of the urban region. This book discusses the strategies and machinery required to make regional planning effective and compares experiences in urban renewal. It analyzes the part played by transportation and land values in the shaping of regional development.
Derek Senior received his degree in politics, philosophy and economics at Oxford. He was formerly leader-writer and staff correspondent of the Guardian for planning and local government, and also a freelance author, journalist, and consultant. He was an honorary associate of the Town Planning Institute and a member of the executive of the Town and Country Planning Association.