Future, change and choices by Peter Robinson
In a country where skills and resources are limited, but the needs are immense, strategic planning and decision-making are essential to make the most of the available resources. This lies at the heart of the South African concept of Integrated Development Planning. While much attention is paid to the necessity of strategic planning, far less has been mentioned of the process, methods and techniques involved, particularly as applied to urban and regional planning. Peter Robinson’s book, Future, change and choice, competently fills this gap. The book is founded on many years of practical experience as a consultant and educator at the University of KwaZulu-Natal.
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