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Contribute to Planning Theory and Practice

Planning Theory and Practice has recently re-launched its reviews section, and the editors are inviting contributions to three different types of articles.

  1. 'Comment articles' of between 1,500-2,000 words can include retorts to previously published Planning Theory and Practice articles orcritical reflections on developments within Planning Theory and Practice.
  2. 'Policy and Planning Briefs' of 1,500-2,000 words caninclude critical insights and analysis of key policy developments and debates,or analysis of spatial plans based on describing the plan's context, its aimsand content, the planning process and an illustration or map.
  3. 'Book reviews' of between 800-1,000 words should give thejournal audience a concise summary and offer a critical assessment of the book's content. Articles that re-evaluate 'classic' planning texts within the context of a more recent publication are also welcomed.

Comment and reviews or suggestions for contributions should be emailed directly to the Reviews editor, Mark Scott (

For further information on the journal, or advice on how to write and submit articles, visit the Planning Theory and Practice website.