The library has been sorted by area of work, topic area, resource type and publishers. The areas of work include: Climate Change, Healthy Place-making, Garden Cities and New Towns, Community Participation and Social Justice, Parks and Green Infrastructure, and Planning Reform.
The November/December 2021 issue of the Journal of TCPA.
A group of planning and environmental organisations have issued an urgent call to Government to put the climate crisis at the heart of all planning decisions.
Produced in collaboration with the RTPI, this publication offers guidance for Local Authorities on planning for climate change. It provides an overview of policy and legislation which can be used to address climate change at a local level, overcoming the barriers faced by many local authorities in England.
Levelling Up - the role of planning is a report by an independent group of planning practitioners and academics, who are actively engaged in researching, practicing, and teaching planning. The authors are grateful to the Town and Country Planning Association for hosting this pamphlet on the TCPA web site but stress that it does not represent TCPA policy.
The 20-minute neighbourhood or the 15-minute city? What do we mean and why does it matter now? Creating complete and compact places and in practice: strategies, plans and processes
How can we make places around schools better for health? This report about School Superzones explains what can be done, based on a pilot programme in London.
The enduring influence of Welwyn Garden City, and the Garden City Principles it sought to enshrine, is recognised internationally. In 2021, the TCPA marked 100 of Welwyn with a hybrid Symposium event. Find the recording here.
The September/October 2021 issue of the Journal of TCPA.
This ‘tetralogue’ is an experiment in taking the tribalism out of the online discourse, and fostering a constructive, but nonetheless critical, conversation around the future of planning. It draws on the TCPA’s 122 year history as a home for alternative and diverse thought about how to start down ‘a peaceful path to real reform’.
To mark the 75th anniversary of the passage into law of the New Towns Act 1946, A New Future for New Towns provides an overview of some of the key lessons from the last decade of work, alongside the TCPA’s latest research into the current state of the New Towns and opportunities for their growth and renewal.