Planning Practice and Research
Plann Pract Res
Published/Hosted by Taylor and Francis Group.
ISSN (printed): 0269-7459. ISSN (electronic): 1360-0583.
Over the last decade, Planning Practice & Research (PPR) has established itself as the source for information on current research in planning practice. It is intended for reflective, critical academics, professionals and students who are concerned to keep abreast of and challenge current thinking. PPR is committed to: bridging the gaps between planning research, practice and education, and between different planning systems providing a forum for an international readership to discuss and review research on planning practice the critical evaluation of practice and the progressive search for practical guidance presenting research in an accessible, succinct style, not overly theoretical, but analytical PPR has carried articles on aspects of many different planning systems around the world. There is an increasing need to address research on planning practice and education on an international and comparative basis. Over the coming years PPR will be encouraging submission of further articles exploring the distinctive features of planning practice and policy in different countries. Thus PPR will meet the demand for a transnational exchange of ideas on planning systems and practice. PPR builds into a significant resource base for practitioners, researchers, teachers and students.
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