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Mobilities-Based Urban Planning in the North of England

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JournalMobilities
DatePublished - Feb 2010
Issue number1
Volume5
Number of pages21
Pages (from-to)61-81
Original languageEnglish

Abstract

This article explores the suggestion by architect Will Alsop that the future prosperity and influence of Northern English cities will be best achieved through merging into one discrete urban entity facilitated by the M62 motorway corridor. The article will locate Alsop's plan within the concerns of literature drawn from the mobilities strand of social science research, as well as architectural theories of urbanism and contemporaneous governmental policy. The article concludes by looking at the Northern English region and Alsop's plan within a national, European and global context.

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  • Northern England, cities, motorways, non-places, place reflexivity, polycentric regional planning, CAR, CITY

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