Railways, Urban Development and Town Planning in Britain: 1948-2008
Focusing on the period between 1948, when UK railways were nationalized and the modern planning movement came into operation, and 1994, when the railways were privatised and there was finally a new integrated policy approach, this book explores the interface between planning policy and railway management and development.
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The Railway Network Urban Development and Town Planning 18301947
Institutional Arrangements 194868
Institutional Relationships 196994
Case Study The Manchester City Region 18301994
The PostPrivatisation Period 19942008 Institutional Relationships
The PostPrivatisation Period 19942008 Policy
The PostPrivatisation Period 19942008 Outcomes
Airport areas associated Birmingham British British Rail cent central Channel Tunnel city centre closure commitment conurbations corridors cost County Council decentralisation despite development plans electrification facilitate focused Glasgow GMPTE Greater Manchester green belt growth haulage housing impact improvements increase infrastructure integration investment land-use planning light rail Liverpool local planning authorities local transport planning London London Underground main line major Manchester Midland modal shift modernisation nationalisation Network Rail opened operation outcomes overall Park passenger services period planning authorities planning ideology planning policy planning sectors planning system political privatisation produced promote proposed PTA/PTE public transport rail access rail freight rail link rail services Railtrack railway network re-opening redevelopment regard regeneration regional relationship ridership road traffic role route schemes significant South East station statutory Street suburban town centre town planning trains transport planning Underground urban development utilisation WCML Yee Yee