Introduction: 'The Chief Exporter of Municipalities' 1. The 'Grand Modell' of Colonial Settlement 2.'Planting is My Trade': The Shapers of Colonial Urban Landscapes 3. Port Cities of the British Empire: 'A Global Thalassocracy' 4. The 'Warehousing' of the Labouring Classes 5. 'The Inconvenience felt by Europeans': Racial Segregation, Its Rise and Fall 6. 'Miracle-Worker to the People': The Idea of Town Planning, 1910-1935 7. 'This Novel Legislation': Institutionalizing Town Planning, 1900-1950 8. 'What Kind of Country Do You Want?': The Transition to Independence Conclusions: The Legacy of Colonial Town Planning
Robert Home is Professor of Land Management, Anglia Law School, Anglia Ruskin University, UK.