Planning Perspectives Prize

Awarded to the best planning history article published in the journal Planning Perspectives in the two years before the 2018 IPHS conference. The prize is sponsored by Taylor & Francis, the journal’s publisher.

Members of the Committee: IPHS Council members and former editors of Planning Perspectives.

Editors: Margaret and John Gold.
mgold@brookes.ac.uk
jrgold@brookes.ac.uk

 

Awarded papers

2016

Best paper on planning history in Planning Perspectives 2014-2015:

Brown, Sue and O’Hara, Glen (2015) ‘From Planning to Opportunism? Re-examining the Creation of the London Docklands Development Corporations’, Planning Perspectives, 30 (4), 537-570.

 

2014

Best paper on planning history in Planning Perspectives 2012-2013:

Vitiello, Domenic (2013) ‘Monopolizing the metropolis: gilded age growth machines and power in American urbanization’, Planning Perspectives, 28 (1), 71-90.

 

2012

Best paper on planning history in Planning Perspectives 2010-2011:

Baykan, Aysegul and Hatuka, Tali (2010) ‘Politics and culture in the making of public space: Taksim Square, 1 May 1977, Istanbul’, Planning Perspectives, 25 (1), 49-68.

 

2010

Best paper on planning history in Planning Perspectives 2008-2009:

Njoh, Ambe J. (2009) Urban planning as a tool of power and social control in Colonial Africa, Planning Perspectives, 24 (3), 301-317.


2008

Best paper on planning history published in Planning Perspectives 2006-2007:

Lu, Duanfang (2006) ‘Travelling Urban Form: The Neighbourhood Unit in China’, Planning Perspectives, 21 (4), 369-392.


2006

Best paper on planning history published in Planning Perspectives 2004-2005:

Vacher, Hélène (2004) ‘Extension Planning and the Historic City: Civic Design Strategies in the 1908-9 Copenhagen International Competition’, Planning Perspectives, 19 (3), 255-281.


2004

Best paper on planning history published in Planning Perspectives 2002-2003:

Hein, Carola (2002) ‘Maurice Rotival: French Planning on a World Scale’, part I, Planning Perspectives, 17 (3) 247-265, and part II, Planning Perspectives, 17 (4) 325-344.


2002 (awarded by SACRPH)

SACRPH – Best Journal Article published in 2001-2002:

Shulist, Tricia and Harris, Richard (2002) ‘Build Your Own Home: State‐assisted Self‐help Housing in Canada, 1942–75’, Planning Perspectives, 17 (4), 345-372.