Chapter 1: Urban Planning and Children
Chapter 2: What is Child-Friendly Urban Planning and Why Does it Matter?
Chapter 3: Transforming A Failing City
Chapter 4: Child-Friendly Cities Around the World
Chapter 5: Making it Happen: Principles, Building Blocks and Tools
Chapter 6: What Next?
Tim Gill is an independent scholar and consultant based in London whose work focuses on children's play, free time and planning. He is former director of the Children's Play Council (now Play England) and a Built Environment Enabler for the Design Council. The New York Times described his 2007 book No Fear: Growing Up in a Risk-Averse Society as "a handbook for the movement for freer, riskier play".