in a Threatened Environment A discussion on physical planning in Britain today
Chairman MALCOLM MACEWEN
Contributors NAN FAIRBROTHER , author of New Lives, New Landscapes; PETER HALL , Professor of Geography. Reading; LIONEL MARCH, Assistant Director, Institute for Land Use and Built Form, Cambridge: GRAEME SHANKLAND, architect-planner.
Population growth, the desire of families for more space in and outside the house, more cars, and increasing pollution - these are pressures which seem to point to the need for more rather than fewer planning controls. Yet hostility to planning in its present forms is found in some unexpected quarters.
Produced by LEONIE COHN
Contributors Unknown: Malcolm MacEwen
Unknown: Contributors Nan Fairbrother
Unknown: Peter Hall