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Town Planning Review (2011), 82, (2), 225–230.

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COMMISSION OF THE EUROPEAN COMMUNITIES (1991), Europe 2000: Outlook for the Development of the Community's Territory, Luxembourg, Office for Official Publications of the European Communities. Google Scholar

COMMISSION OF THE EUROPEAN COMMUNITIES (1994), Europe 2000+: Co-operation for European Territorial Development, Luxembourg, Office for Official Publications of the European Communities. Google Scholar

COMMISSION OF THE EUROPEAN COMMUNITIES (1999), European Spatial Development Perspective: Towards a Balanced and Sustainable Development of the Territory of the European Union, Luxembourg, Office for Official Publications of the European Communities. Google Scholar

DÜHR, S. (2007), The visual language of spatial planning: exploring cartographic representations for spatial planning in Europe (RTPI library series), London and New York, Routledge. Google Scholar

WILLIAMS, R. H. (1984), Planning in Europe, London, Allen & Unwin. Planning in Europe Google Scholar

WILLIAMS, R. H. (1996), European Union Spatial Policy and Planning, London, Chapman. European Union Spatial Policy and Planning Google Scholar

CHURCHMAN, A. (1999), 'Disentangling the concept of density', Journal of Planning Literature, 13, 389–411. Disentangling the concept of density Journal of Planning Literature 13 389 411 Google Scholar

DESOR, J. A. (1972), 'Toward a psychological theory of crowding', Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 21, 79–83. Toward a psychological theory of crowding Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 21 79 83 Google Scholar

RAPOPORT, A. (1975), 'Toward a redefinition of density', Environment and Behavior, 7, 133–158. Toward a redefinition of density Environment and Behavior 7 133 158 Google Scholar

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WILLIAMS, K. (2000), 'Does intensifying cities make them more sustainable?', in K. Williams, E. Burton and M. Jenks (eds), Achieving Sustainable Urban Form, London, E&N Spon, 30–45. Does intensifying cities make them more sustainable Achieving Sustainable Urban Form 30 45 Google Scholar

COMMISSION OF THE EUROPEAN COMMUNITIES (1991), Europe 2000: Outlook for the Development of the Community's Territory, Luxembourg, Office for Official Publications of the European Communities. Google Scholar

COMMISSION OF THE EUROPEAN COMMUNITIES (1994), Europe 2000+: Co-operation for European Territorial Development, Luxembourg, Office for Official Publications of the European Communities. Google Scholar

COMMISSION OF THE EUROPEAN COMMUNITIES (1999), European Spatial Development Perspective: Towards a Balanced and Sustainable Development of the Territory of the European Union, Luxembourg, Office for Official Publications of the European Communities. Google Scholar

DÜHR, S. (2007), The visual language of spatial planning: exploring cartographic representations for spatial planning in Europe (RTPI library series), London and New York, Routledge. Google Scholar

WILLIAMS, R. H. (1984), Planning in Europe, London, Allen & Unwin. Planning in Europe Google Scholar

WILLIAMS, R. H. (1996), European Union Spatial Policy and Planning, London, Chapman. European Union Spatial Policy and Planning Google Scholar

CHURCHMAN, A. (1999), 'Disentangling the concept of density', Journal of Planning Literature, 13, 389–411. Disentangling the concept of density Journal of Planning Literature 13 389 411 Google Scholar

DESOR, J. A. (1972), 'Toward a psychological theory of crowding', Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 21, 79–83. Toward a psychological theory of crowding Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 21 79 83 Google Scholar

RAPOPORT, A. (1975), 'Toward a redefinition of density', Environment and Behavior, 7, 133–158. Toward a redefinition of density Environment and Behavior 7 133 158 Google Scholar

 Google Scholar

WILLIAMS, K. (2000), 'Does intensifying cities make them more sustainable?', in K. Williams, E. Burton and M. Jenks (eds), Achieving Sustainable Urban Form, London, E&N Spon, 30–45. Does intensifying cities make them more sustainable Achieving Sustainable Urban Form 30 45 Google Scholar

COMMISSION OF THE EUROPEAN COMMUNITIES (1991), Europe 2000: Outlook for the Development of the Community's Territory, Luxembourg, Office for Official Publications of the European Communities. Google Scholar

COMMISSION OF THE EUROPEAN COMMUNITIES (1994), Europe 2000+: Co-operation for European Territorial Development, Luxembourg, Office for Official Publications of the European Communities. Google Scholar

COMMISSION OF THE EUROPEAN COMMUNITIES (1999), European Spatial Development Perspective: Towards a Balanced and Sustainable Development of the Territory of the European Union, Luxembourg, Office for Official Publications of the European Communities. Google Scholar

DÜHR, S. (2007), The visual language of spatial planning: exploring cartographic representations for spatial planning in Europe (RTPI library series), London and New York, Routledge. Google Scholar

WILLIAMS, R. H. (1984), Planning in Europe, London, Allen & Unwin. Planning in Europe Google Scholar

WILLIAMS, R. H. (1996), European Union Spatial Policy and Planning, London, Chapman. European Union Spatial Policy and Planning Google Scholar

CHURCHMAN, A. (1999), 'Disentangling the concept of density', Journal of Planning Literature, 13, 389–411. Disentangling the concept of density Journal of Planning Literature 13 389 411 Google Scholar

DESOR, J. A. (1972), 'Toward a psychological theory of crowding', Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 21, 79–83. Toward a psychological theory of crowding Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 21 79 83 Google Scholar

RAPOPORT, A. (1975), 'Toward a redefinition of density', Environment and Behavior, 7, 133–158. Toward a redefinition of density Environment and Behavior 7 133 158 Google Scholar

 Google Scholar

WILLIAMS, K. (2000), 'Does intensifying cities make them more sustainable?', in K. Williams, E. Burton and M. Jenks (eds), Achieving Sustainable Urban Form, London, E&N Spon, 30–45. Does intensifying cities make them more sustainable Achieving Sustainable Urban Form 30 45 Google Scholar

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