Tradition for over 50 years
disP – The Planning Review is a Network City and Landscape (NSL) publication which was set up in 1965 and became a subscription journal in 2010. The Taylor & Francis Group took over the publishing and subscription aspects of the journal in 2012. Further information can be found on their website.
disP – The Planning Review is an interdisciplinary scientific journal addressing topics in the areas of urban development, city and town planning, landscape and environmental planning, landscape architecture, regional and environmental economics as well as transportation planning. The journal is published quarterly and, on average, two issues a year are dedicated to a specific theme (special issue). Articles are evaluated and selected via an anonymous peer-review process (double-blind referee process) and the editorial staff are supported by an international editorial advisory board.
The journal welcomes submissions from authors from all over the world who wish to contribute to the European planning forum. Articles are published in German, English, French, and Italian. An English summary (abstract) is provided at the beginning of each article no matter the language of the article.
For Scientific Research and Practice
disP – The Planning Review is meant for professionals in research and practice who are interested in European planning issues. The Association of European Schools of Planning (AESOP) is an official partner of the journal.