Urban Planning Under Thatcherism: Challenge of the Market by Dr. Andy Thornley
The philosophy and the practice of urban planning has been transformed over the last decade. Apparently the victim of a strategy of erosion, the post-war comprehensive planning system has had to meet the challenge of the market. This book provides an evaluation of both political and planning theory and practice during the Thatcher period. Its conclusions examine not only the quality of urban life but on how Thatcherism has transformed British society.