Urban Planning and Real Estate Development by R. Ratcliffe
Urban Planning and Real Estate Development
Urban Planning and Real Estate Development. The second edition of Urban Planning and Real Estate Development deals with the planning and development dimensions of land management. The student is guided through the procedural and practical aspects of developing land from the perspective of both regulatory agencies and the developer. In this edition the sections addressing dispute resolution, urban regeneration and probity have been revised and updated. New material addressing the private finance initiative, sustainable development, urban regeneration, the renaissance in urban living and the experience economy has been added. This textbook is intended for undergraduate and postgraduate students and explains the key dimensions of property development and town planning.
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There is an oft-used sequence in Through the looking glass, where Alice and the Red Queen are running as fast as they can, but the trees and other things appear to move with them. Fluctuating economic conditions, new legislative frameworks, political and social swings, advances in information technology and communications, and innovations in management theory and practice, all conspire to create a climate of constant change. Indeed, the very impetus for writing this book was to provide as up-to-date as possible a text on the twin processes of planning and development for practitioners and students alike, recognizing that pace of change and the need, so far as possible, to keep up. This book is addressed primarily to students of real estate studies, in all its guises estate management, land management, land economy, general practice surveying and real estate , and town and country planning in all its various forms urban planning, urban and regional planning, environmental planning and town planning. It is also intended to provide an explanatory guide for other allied courses concerned with the stewardship of the built environment, such as architecture, urban design, engineering, building, surveying, economics and law. Those engaged in professional practice across the disciplines of the built environment should also find the text to be a useful source of reference. This major body of text is then topped and tailed by introductory and concluding chapters that respectively set the context for urban planning and real estate development and address some of the most pressing questions that presently face the planning profession and the development industry.