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The Impacts and Implications of Irish National Economic Crisis Recovery Policy on Municipal Planning Policy
Planning professionals must build cities and societies within the fiscal and social reality that is dealt to them, and as the last five years has shown, these realities can and have changed drastically. While not all nations ...
Planning for Complete Streets: A Comparative Evaluation of Three Transportation Master Plans
This report uses guidelines developed by the American National Complete Streets Coalition to evaluate the transportation master plans of three mid-sized North American cities. The evaluation identifies the strengths and ...
Evaluating Downtown Design: A comparative assessment of Cornwall and Belleville, Ontario
A comparative evaluation of downtown urban design in Cornwall and Belleville, Ontario.
PLANNING SENIOR-FRIENDLY NEIGHBOURHOODS: A COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF JAMES BAY AND FERNWOOD, VICTORIA, BRITISH COLUMBIA
This report provides an analysis of the senior-friendliness of the neighbourhoods of James Bay and Fernwood in Victoria, British Columbia. The purpose of this study is to evaluate the senior-friendliness of James Bay and ...
Urban Lighting: Planning for Public Spaces in Vancouver's Southeast False Creek
Artificial light impacts orientation, use, safety and the visual quality of public spaces after dark. Combining lessons learnt from a review of international lighting master plan case studies and systematic self-observation ...