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Mastering the city: Formal and informal planning tools

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Author(s): Kaliopa Dimitrovska Andrews

Journal: Urbani Izziv
ISSN 0353-6483

Volume: 09;
Issue: 2;
Start page: 111;
Date: 1998;
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Keywords: action planning | Birmingham | Broadgate | design strategy | England | public participation | Rog | Slovenia | urban design

ABSTRACT
The paper briefly discusses features of the current town planning systems in Europe and in Slovenia, and on-going changes relating to new approaches to town planning, focussing on specific aspects, namely: on the need for an urban design strategy and informal planning documentation support, on planning gain and on action planning. Three examples of design issues are discussed: implementation of statutory plans (The Highbury initiatives, Birmingham), negotiated urban form (Broadgate Centre, London) and development control (Rog renewal, Ljubljana). Special attention is given to public involvement in design issues.
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