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PurposeThe contribution is focussed on the question of which logic and which distinctive lines of development have shaped the discourse on urban crime prevention and will probably shape it in the future. Design/methodology/approachComparing the line of development in thinking about urban crime...
PurposeTo analyse the nexus between Crime Prevention through Urban Design and Planning (CP-UDP) and e-participation in urban planning, with the notion that a comprehensive planning approach is necessary if we are to have safe effective cities. To challenge this objective in Italy....
PurposeThis paper aims to understand the delivery of Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design (CPTED) across Europe—from European-wide procedures, through national schemes to effective local strategies.Design/methodology/approachThe findings come from a review of published literature and...
PurposeRespond to the need for comparative studies on methodologies for implementing Crime Prevention through Urban Design and Planning (CP-UDP) at local-level, particularly in peripheral Europe where CP-UDP top-down standards have poor dissemination and acceptance. Debate how local partnerships...
PurposeSecurity is one of the most important challenges for contemporary integrated urban developments. In Hungary, every strategic document highlights this goal, seeking social and smart city solutions to the problem. Yet, what about Crime Prevention through Environmental Design (CPTED)? The...
PurposeThe social context in Polish high-rise neighbourhoods varies from one in Western Europe. This typology is not associated with social housing and the ownership of the dwellings is mixed. Moreover nearly half of population of Poland lives in this type of real estates. Sociological research...
PurposeAll over the world millions of people live in buildings and neighbourhoods that follow the principles of CIAM and Le Corbusier: high-rise ‘residential machines’ in parks reminiscent of green seas. Some of these have become very successful living environments but in Europe and the USA...
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