Dr Phil Day was a lawyer and planner with top-level expertise in decentralisation of urban development, land valuation and land value taxation. These fields of speciality are relevant to the securing of public open space in localities where residential development is expanding. A brief account of his career appears in Wikipedia.

This page is under construction. It will include an archive of Dr Day’s writings and records of the influence he has had in planning policy.

Miscellaneous speeches and articles – Volume 1.

DEVELOPMENT CONTROL BONUSES: WHY NOT? Phil Day and David Perkins 1984.

APPROACHING HIGH NOON? – on qualifications and education of planners. P.D. Day 1986.

TAXING LAND OR INCOMES? – P.D. Day three articles, c.1987.