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Department of Land Economy

Environment, Law & Economics

Phil was Professor of Land Economy from 2008 to 2022. During that time he was also Head of Department, Head of the School of the Humanities and Social Sciences and a Deputy Vice Chancellor. In March 2022 Phil joined the University of Bath as its Deputy Vice Chancellor. His research is around urban planning, cities and governance. Recent books include:

Allmendinger, P. (2021) Forgotten City, Bristol University Press, Bristol

Allmendinger, P. (2018) Neoliberal Spatial Governance, Routledge (paperback and second edition).

Allmendinger, P. (2017) Planning Theory, Palgrave (Updated Third edition).

Allmendinger, P., Haughton, G., Knieling, J. and Othengrafen, F. (2015) Soft Spaces of Governance in Europe: A Comparative Perspective, Routledge, London

Metzger, J., Allmendinger, P. and Oosterlynck, S. (2014) Displacing the political: democratic deficits in contemporary European territorial governance, Routledge, London


Forthcoming books include:

Allmendinger, P., Tewdwr-Jones, M. and Wargent, M. (2024) Planning Futures, Routledge, Basingstoke

Allmendinger, P. and Fiorentino, S. (2024) The Post Covid City, Edward Elgar

Professor  Philip   Allmendinger

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