This introductory chapter discusses the theme of this volume, which is about the city and regional plan for the Londonderry or Derry area in Ireland in 1968. This volume is a personal recollection of the author about the implementation of the development plan. It considers how the act of planning became an instrument for correcting injustices and developing co-operation and highlights the contributions of some key people in developing the plan and completing the project. They include engineers and architects from James Munce Partnership and local officials including James Doherty, Jim Foster, and Alan Bradshaw.
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