Cities and Planning - ENVG281
This unit has two objectives. The first is to develop an understanding of the processes and characteristics of cities in Australia and internationally. Key dimensions of cities are covered, including: urban growth; densities and regeneration; housing; urban cultures; urban labour markets; and impacts of economic and social change. Its second objective is to introduce the theories and methods used by planners. Topics include histories and philosophies of planning and contemporary planning practice. Real world examples and applications are developed across the focus on both cities and planning.
D2 - Day; Offered in Session 2, North Ryde
X2 - External study; Offered in Session 2
|Staff Contact(s):||Dr Greg Young|
Department of Environment and Geography
Faculty of Science
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