Rethinking Masterplanning: Creating Quality Places

Rethinking Masterplanning

Today’s complex systems of development require an integrated approach for   dealing with changes in place to bring desired longer-term impacts and benefits, and become the basis of future professional development practice.

Edited By Husam AlWaer and Barbara Illsley (Recently published to an endorsement from the The Academy of Urbanism),  Rethinking Masterplanning explores new holistic approaches to masterplanning that aim to address the unpredictable nature of development, and accommodate elements of change in a socio-demographic context. This book reviews the latest debates, research and practice and includes expanded discussions of key areas such as adaptive and synergistic masterplanning, collaboration and co-production in masterplanning, and typological and plot based masterplanning