Now showing items 11-20 of 23
Evaluating Downtown Design: A comparative assessment of Cornwall and Belleville, Ontario
A comparative evaluation of downtown urban design in Cornwall and Belleville, Ontario.
Public Power in the Planning Process: an Evaluation of Access, Deliberation, and Accountability in the Decision-Making Processes used to Create the Lansdowne Partnership Plan
Public Power in the Planning Process is a discussion of the decision-making process used in the creation of the Lansdowne Partnership Plan, which deals with the redevelopment of an urban park in Ottawa. It analyses three ...
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 ...
Canadian Football League Stadium Location: A Comparative Analysis of the Saskatchewan Entertainment Facility and Winnipeg Stadium
This report offers a comparison of the planning for two professional football stadia in Canada. The development of a new stadium has long-term consequences on a city’s land use pattern and economic activity. Although ...
Greening the Greenfield: Planning Natural Heritage Systems in New Subdivisions
A masters report for the School of Urban and Regional Planning comparing Natural Heritage System plans in two new subdivisions in Oakville and Milton, Ontario.
Brampton Soccer Centre and Cassie Campbell Community Centre: A Comprehensive Evaluation of Two Suburban Recreation Facilities from Brampton, ON, Canada Using the Urban Design Compendium as a Basis
This report evaluates the quality of urban design in two contemporary recreation facilities, the Brampton Soccer Centre (BSC) and Cassie Campbell Community Centre (CCCC). Both facilities are located in the City of Brampton, ...
The Value of Design: A Study of Pedestrian Perception in New Delhi, India
This thesis studies the influence of values and perception on pedestrian behaviour, to recommend how places can be designed to satisfy their user needs. By satisfying needs we mean creating user perceptions that resonate ...