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Post-war planning in the inner-town of Leiden: a study of changing perceptions and policies.

Auteur :
JOHNSON, L. J.

Description :
The findings of two case studies conducted in the inner-town of Leiden are presented. One study concerns the evolution of policy and plans for the inner-town as a whole since the Second World War. The second study concerns the problems of plan-making and implementation in one particular area in the inner-town. Planning activities are studied within their social context as a response to a perceived problem. The response will vary according to the planners'perceptions of their task and the resources available to them. General theoretical observations are made which can contribute to an analytical framework for the study of urban planning. (AGD).


Type de document :
Monographie

Source :
nombre de pages : 64

Date :
1978

Editeur :
Pays édition : Inconnu

Langue :
Anglais
Droits :
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