The planning of places like Perth
Western Australia has a mature metropolitan planning system. Its latest product, 'Planning for the future of the Perth metropolitan region', is a good example of a metropolitan plan. Planning has achieved predictability and orderliness in metropolitan development, but the actual results fall far short of what is possible. A fundamental barrier preventing this system being used effectively is a failure, by planners, to understand the role of the state in managing metropolitan development. By...[Show more]
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