Disintegrated development at the rural-urban fringe: Re-connecting spatial planning theory and practice

A. J. Scott*, C. Carter, M. R. Reed, P. Larkham, D. Adams, N. Morton, R. Waters, D. Collier, C. Crean, R. Curzon, R. Forster, P. Gibbs, N. Grayson, M. Hardman, A. Hearle, D. Jarvis, M. Kennet, K. Leach, M. Middleton, N. SchiesselB. Stonyer, R. Coles

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    Original languageEnglish
    Pages (from-to)1-52
    Number of pages52
    JournalProgress in Planning
    Volume83
    DOIs
    Publication statusPublished (VoR) - Jul 2013

    Funding

    The arguments in this paper stem from research funded under the UK Research Councils Rural Economy and Land Use Programme ‘Managing Environmental Change at the rural–urban Fringe’; a collaboration between the Economicand Social Research Council, the Natural Environment Research Council and the Biotechnology and Biological Sciences Research Council, with additional funding from Defra and the Scottish Government: RELU grant award for ‘Managing Environmental Change at the Fringe’ – RES-24-25-0016. ‘Managing Environmental Change at the Rural-Urban Fringe’ (RES-240-25-0016) was funded by Rural Economy and Land Use Programme (RELU) which is a collaboration between the Economic and Social Research Council, the Natural Environment Research Council and the Biotechnology and Biological Sciences Research Council, with additional funding from Defra and the Scottish Government.

    FundersFunder number
    Economicand Social Research Council
    RELURES-24-25-0016
    Rural Economy and Land Use Programme
    UK Research Councils Rural Economy
    Scottish Government
    Engineering and Physical Sciences Research CouncilEP/F05856X/1, EP/E021956/1
    Biotechnology and Biological Sciences Research Council
    Economic and Social Research CouncilES/H037217/1
    Natural Environment Research Council
    Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs, UK Government

      Keywords

      • Ecosystem approach
      • Policy disintegration
      • Rural-urban Fringe
      • Spatial planning
      • Transdisciplinarity

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