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The New Towns Record 1946-2002
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Academics and Commentators
Dr.Stephen Potter, The Open University
Ray Thomas, The Open University
Dr.Stephen Ward, Oxford Brookes University
Terence Bendixson, Author and Urban Policy
TDavid Hall, Past Director, Town and Country
Professor Peter Hall, Author and Professor
Professor David Lock, Former Chief Planning
Advisor, Department of the Environment
Specially commissioned overviews town centres, recreation, environment
and landscape, employment, retailing, public transport, roads,
public art and social issues for each new town.
Questionnaire returns and essays from people who live and work
in the new towns.
The UK New Towns
The 33 New Towns developed since 1946 comprise the most
sustained programme of new town development undertaken anywhere
in the world. Today they are home to over two and a half milion
The UK New Towns programmer is recognised as a unique social, econmic
and design initiative and is an international role model for urban
dispersal and planned development.
5. Who is it For?
The lessons of the UK New Towns are of worldwide relevance and will
be of interest and concern to anyone concerned with urban develpment.
The New Towns Record will be of particular interest to resarchers,
students, policy makers and professionals in all areas of urban
development, including architecture, urban design, town planning,
urban policy and housing, geography, sociology, social history,
economic development, surveying and landscape architecture.
It will also be of interest to redidents of the UK New Towns who
want to learn more about the history of their towns.
|4. The New Towns Record
Brings together in a single source for the first time ever a library
and account of the UK New Towns programme.
This indludes over 40 master plans, over 60 key books, articles,
items of legislation, white papers and other documents, together
with interviews or papers from over 80 keys practitioners and academics,
over 3000 photopraphs, a full set of annual reports of the 33 development
corporations, specially commissioned maps and full text word search
The New Towns Record provides a unique insight into the UK New Towns
through a vast amount of literature and the personal experiences
of those who created and manage, and who live and work in the towns.
It is an invaluable research, practice
and teaching resorce for all with an interest in urban development.
Until now, material on the UK New Towns has been scattered and
difficult to find. No other single source contains such a comprehensive
account of the programme and of the development of the 33 New Towns.
The New Towns Record also contains much original material.
Key Materials - Texts Include
Garden Cities of Tommorrow, by Ebenezer Howard
Greater London Plan 1944, by Sir Patrick Abercrombie
Clyde Valley Regional Plan 1946, by Sir Patrick Abercrombie
New towns After the War, by Sir Fredrick Osborn
The Building of Satellite Towns, by C B Purdom
Final Report of the "Reith Committee"
Environmental Planning, 1939-1969. Vol.3, by Prof J B Cullingworth
The New Towns Story, by Frank Schaffer
The New Towns Experience, by Stephen Potter & Ray Thomas
New Towns: The British Experience, by Peter Self
Aycliffe to Cumbernauld* a study of seven new towns in their regions, by Ray Thomas
New Town, Home Town, the Lessons of Experience, by Colin Ward
New Towns, their Origins, Achievements and Progress, by F Osborn & A Whittick
British New Towns, A Programme without a Policy, by M Aldridge
The Milton Keynes Planning Manual
41 New Town Master Plan Documents
Key Materials - Practitioners
Professor John Delafons, Private Secretary to Richard Crossman
MP, Minister of Housing and Local Government
Professor David Gosling, Architect at Runcorn and Irvine
Sir Peter Shepheard, Member of the "Abercrombie" Greater London Plan team
Dame Sylvia Crowe, Consultant Landscape Architect to a number of early new towns
Lionel Brett (Lord Esher), Master Planner, Hatfield
Professor Arthur Ling, Master Planner, Runcorn
Professor Nathaniel Lichfield, Economic Planner, Milton Keynes Master Plan
Bill MacKay, Road & Trafic Engineer for a number of new towns
Richard Phelps, General Manager, Skelmaersdale and Central Lancashire Development Corporations
Wyndham Thomas, General Manager, Peterborough Development Corporation
Lord Campbell, Chairman, Milton Keynes Development Corporation
Professor Sir Robert Grieve, Member of the "Abercrombie" Clyde Valley Team
George Young, General Manager, East Kilbride Development Corporation
Sir Geoffrey Jellicor, First Master Planner, and designer of Water Garden, Hemel Hempstead
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