Tomorrow's Canberra : planning for growth and change
Canberra is Australia's national capital and one of the few cities in the world planned from its inception. In many ways it is a model of what planning can accomplish: it has no urban blight, no slums, no chronic traffic congestion, and no air pollution. The population increase of about 8 per cent each year is being accommodated adequately; health, education, and welfare facilities are being provided to match population growth; and an attractive urban environment is being created economically....[Show more]
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