Coordinating multiple plans


refereed articles

Nathan Hall, Jill L Grant and Ahsan Habib. Planners’ perceptions of why Canadian cities have too many plans. Planning Practice and Research [published online January 2017]

Jill L Grant, Timothy Beed, and Patricia M Manuel. 2016. Integrated community sustainability planning in Atlantic Canada: Green-washing an infrastructure agenda. Journal of Planning Education and Research. [online September 1, 2016 as doi:10.1177/0739456X16664788

Jill L Grant and Gladys Wai Kwan Leung. 2016. Disputing the character of the city: Heritage, regeneration and the urban design turn. London Journal of Canadian Studies 31, 113-130. Available at this link.

Jill L Grant and Pierre Filion. 2015. Emerging urban forms in the Canadian city. Chapter 17. Canadian Cities in Transition: Perspectives for an Urban Age, (eds. P Filion, M Moos, T Vinodrai, R Walker) Fifth Edition, Oxford University Press, pp. 288-304.

professional journals and popular media

Rhiannon Gilbart and Jill L Grant. 2016. Campus planning and contemporary planning trends. Plan Canada 56(3): 23-27.

Amanda Taylor and Jill L Grant. 2015. Coordinating multiple plans: Identifying challenges and strategies. Plan Canada 55(2): 30-35.

Andrew Burns and Jill L Grant. 2014. Too many plans? Trends in producing plans. Plan Canada 54(3): 30-35.