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Articles from Town and Country Planning (September 1, 2003)

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A space--or a place--for everyone? The appearance and quality of Britain's streets, parks, play-grounds, squares, precincts, and other public spaces is a barometer of how much we value and are prepared to support civic life and culture. Worpole, Ken 2249
A test for modernisation: Greg Lloyd and Deborah Peel on a tale of decentralised governance and civil servant relocation in Scotland. Lloyd, Greg; Peel, Deborah 1488
Acting locally is the answer--so let's get on with it ... Taylor, Derek 1088
Bringing up a child in the city: Liz Wrigley looks at some of the important factors we need to address if our towns and cities are to be made more attractive places for those bringing up children. Wrigley, Liz 2349
Connections: Paul Burall on waste, land use, and global warning. Burall, Paul 896
Cumulative causation and the English Sunbelt. Hall, Peter 1145
Cycle gains. Cairns, Sally 2091
Filling the gaps. Ieromonachou, Petros 1047
Flight without restraint? 1782
For want of a design: David Lock examines the consultation draft of the Milton Keynes and South Midlands Sub-Regional Strategy and finds some worrying weaknesses and shortcomings. Lock, David 4150
Francis (Jim) Amos--an appreciation. Hall, David 392
Looking for a renaissance in country parks: Mike Collins looks at two recently published reports which are providing a focus for debate on the future of country parks, and asks where the necessary funding is to be found. Collins, Mike 1831
One more milestone: Jim Skea examines the Energy White Paper issued earlier this year, looking at whether it is clear about objectives and about the measures and technologies that will form part of the UK's energy future, and whether it indicates the type of institutional machinery that will be put in place to make sure that policy goals are achieved. Skea, Jim 2504
Parish matters. Ward, Colin 906
Tax aviation fuel and impose VAT, says TCPA. 413
The Panel's verdict. Holmes, Chris 884
Transport taxation regime change? Transport policy-makers are coming to realise that road taxation regime change is inevitable if traffic growth and congestion are to be managed; but action is slow to emerge, and when it eventually comes it may be too late. Potter, Stephen 1338

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