|List of Abbreviations and Acronyms|
|Section 1 Making the Case|
|Why an urbanizing world needs new approaches to settlement planning|
|Pointers to sustainable settlements|
|Section 2 Practices, Processes, and Skills|
|Analytical and cognitive skills|
|Communication, negotiation, and inclusion|
|Monitoring and Learning|
|Section 3 The Way Ahead|
|New places, new planning, new skills?|
Cliff Hague is a Past President of the Royal Town Planning Institute and President of the Commonwealth Association of Planners. He has been Professor of Planning and Spatial Development at Heriot-Watt University, Edinburgh and has extensive research and advisory experience throughout Europe.|Patrick Wakely is Emeritus Professor of Urban Development in London University and was formerly Director of the Development Planning Unit, University College London (1989-2003). An architect by training, he has research, consultancy, and teaching experience in housing and urban development in over 20 developing countries.
Patrick Wakely is Professor of Urban Development and Director of the Development Planning Unit at University College London. An architect by training, he has 40 years experience in over 20 countries.
Julie Crespin holds Master's degrees in Political Science and Urban Development Planning. She has worked in urban development in London, China, and Africa|Chris Jasko is a development consultant. He has an MSc in Urban Development Planning from the DPU, UCL, and work experience in Europe, Asia, Afrian, and North America.
Chris Jasko is a development consultant. He has an MSc in Urban Development Planning from the DPU, UCL, and work experience in Europe, Asia, Afrian, and North America.
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