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Hardback144 PagesSize: 200 × 130 mm
44 B&W illustrations
ISBN: 9781848223356Publication: January 10, 2020
Series: Concise Guides to Planning

Security, Resilience and Planning

Planning's Role in Countering Terrorism

Jon Coaffee

£29.95 GBP

Available for preorder: this book will be shipped on its publication date of January 10, 2020

  • Highlights a range of key planning issues relating to how counter-terrorist protective security is addressed in the planning system
  • Includes a range of international case studies and shows how planners can integrate security consideration with other material
    considerations in the planning process

Description
This book offers key concepts and practical guidance about the planner’s role in countering terrorist risk. Public safety and security has always been a fundamental premise of successful public spaces, and a material consideration in planning processes, but especially so since the events of 9/11 2001. The most recent attacks in Berlin, Nice, Stockholm, London, Melbourne, Barcelona, New York and elsewhere using fast moving vehicles against crowded places has led to a re-evaluation of security in many public locations. In these uncertain times, planners are increasingly being seen as key stakeholders in national security and counter-terrorism endeavours where the spatial configuration and aesthetic design of protective security interventions will have a crucial impact upon the vibrancy, resilience and safety of urban centres both now and in the future.

Illustrated with historic and contemporary international case studies, this book discusses: the changing roles and responsibilities of planning; how security is increasingly becoming a statutory consideration in the planning process; the need for planners to engage with a range non-traditional stakeholders such as the military, police and security services to facilitate better planning outcomes; the importance of planning in national and global politics; the ethics of planning decision-making and the importance of determining what is in the public interest; how to advance proportionate counter-terrorist security in plans that balances effectiveness with social and cultural factors; and, the role of training, guidance, standards and regulation in enforcing or encouraging the fulfilment of planning requirements.

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