2 edition of Understanding urban development in Canada found in the catalog.
Understanding urban development in Canada
Thomas J. Plunkett
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||T. J. Plunkett.|
|Series||Understanding economics series -- 3|
|Contributions||Canadian Foundation for Economic Education.|
|LC Classifications||HT127 P58|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||28 p. :|
|Number of Pages||28|
In the latter cases, the metropolitan administration performs broad policy planning and the co-ordination of major public services and works; detailed plans and development regulation are left to the constituent municipalities. Negative environmental impacts of agriculture relate mainly to local water pollution by agricultural nutrients. This is the third Environmental Performance Review of Canada. This policy was subjected to further refinement over the next 20 years or so, through a series of amendments to the National Housing Act NHAwhich provided a major spur to urban planning activity in the postwar period.
The essential purposes of all provincial and territorial planning Acts are to secure the orderly, coherent growth and development of municipalities, based on sound forethought and considerations of public interest; to bring about and conserve physical environments, including buildings and other works, which are satisfying to human needs and community concerns; to regulate how private and public lands may be used; and to allow for public participation in planning decisions. In stable democracies, on average, 23 percent of the urban population live in the largest city. Detroit has problems, but I have long argued that in the long run, the happiness of Detroit's current residents will be better served by letting the city collapse, than by trying to undertake the impossible task of revitalizing a city that no longer has any economic rationale. It has been practised under many names: town planning, city planning, community planning, land use planning, and physical environment planning. Bourne noted in a research report, "At present, more than 80 percent of Canadians live in urban areas, occupying a mere 5 percent of the nation's vast land surface, and over 57 percent live in the five largest urban regions. External Links.
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At this time, Canada was caught up in a wave of reform enthusiasm that drew its inspiration from several international sources: from British town planning, including the Garden City movement; from the progressive reform movement in the US, with its attacks on political corruption and public mismanagement of all kinds; from the housing reform movements in both countries; and from the CITY BEAUTIFUL movement, which offered the ideal of well-ordered cities, with handsome buildings and public spaces, as symbols of the progress of industrial civilization.
Nimbyism and Nature - Whose Backyard is it Anyway? A second set of plans, in more detail, may also be prepared for special areas, such as plans for heritage conservation or redevelopment of inner-city neighbourhoods, or for industrial parks. Environmental quality is the heart of planning practice, although there is no universal agreement about the characteristics of a "good" or well-ordered environment.
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