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Since modem town planning was first promulgated in the nineteenth century it has developed through three phases. Each phase has built on earlier ideas and grown out of the testing of these ideas in practice. The first phase was dominated by the visionary concerned with the physical city; the...
The occupation of residential space imposes externalities on those travelling from the outer margin of that space to the city centre. The free market price does match the social cost under many models of city structure, and so promotes optimal occupation of space, provided that all journeys are...
This article analyses the fiscal consequences of demographic decline for local services in seven British cities. It takes the form of an economist's view of both the ability and willingness of local authorities to reduce provision of the education service in response to falling pupil numbers. A...
The paper aims to consider how the fragmentation in the literature on migration may be overcome and to develop an integrated model of migration which can be applied to all types of population flow in the London metropolitan region. The need for such an approach follows from the complexity of...
A critical re-examination of traditional urban theory concerning central area office and retail activities suggests that an appreciation of dynamic organisational and technological processes may be missing from the planner's insights into causes of change in the Central Business District. This...
In the postwar period Sweden has undertaken extensive political interventions for the purpose of achieving social housing goals. Today, the Swedish housing standard is one of the highest in the world with virtually all households provided adequate shelter. Yet, serious reservations concerning...
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