Planning the good city in Australia : Elizabeth as a new town
This paper describes the planning of Elizabeth by the South Australian Housing Trust. As a new town, Elizabeth drew on the planning assumptions and objectives of the postwar British town planning movement and represented a specific plagiarization of the empowering British tradition which dominated Australian planning. In particular, the planners of Elizabeth assumed that working-class residents could be 'improved' by a proper arrangement of urban space and would not bring their own spatial...[Show more]
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