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Urban land policy

Urban land policy

pre-congress report of the IFHP Working Party.

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Published by International Federation for Housing and Planning in The Hague .
Written in English


Edition Notes

ContributionsInternational Federation for Housing and Planning. Working Party on Urban Land Policy.
The Physical Object
Pagination100p.
Number of Pages100
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL20648095M
ISBN 109290040831

Reforming urban land policies and institutions in developing countries Keywords: LAND MARKETS, MANAGEMENT, PRICES, PROPERTY RIGHTS, LAND USE, URBAN LAND USE, URBAN LAND POLICY, LAND , MUNICIPAL FINANCE, PROPERTY RIGHTS, PUBLIC, PUBLIC INVESTMENTS, URBAN LAND MANAGEMENT, URBAN MANAGEMENT. Reforming urban land policies and . 5 Land rights, land tenure, and urban recovery Footer (odd pages) Author information and acknowledgments Harley F. Etienne is Assistant Professor of Urban and Regional Planning at the University of Michigan. The author would like to sincerely thank Marc Cohen, Max Theodore, Yolette Etienne, Kenny Rae.

"A book on urban domestic and commercial property ownership is long overdue in critical geography. In Unsetting the City, Blomley skillfully shows us how urban land is controlled legally, but also ordinarily: an obvious geography we rarely appreciate with much theoretical depth. This fine book interrogates that banality of owning urban land. ‘Paul Cheshire, Max Nathan, and Henry Overman recognize the large disconnect between urban economics and urban policy, and their book is intended to help bridge that gap. It is the authors’ general contention that “urban economists have to date contributed very little to the development and evaluation of real-world urban policy” (p. 1).

This is the urban planning Bible since it was first published. This fourth edition, extensively updated, brings it into the s. Comprehensive, theoretical and policy driven. A superb source for anyone faced with problems associated with land planning. The definitive book that takes the larger view of community growth, land use and environmental quality.5/5(2). “ Archway is where the post-war dream of the urban motorway died in the teeth of local opposition and the inability of the designers to answer basic traffic management questions.


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