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Bimal Patel | How to make urban planning work

Bimal Patel | How to make urban planning work

CEPT University president says urban planning must be market-oriented, so that spatial growth is aligned with economic growth
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Craftsmanship in urban planning

Richard Sennett of LSE says politicians around the world do not seem to appreciate the value of craftsmanship when it comes to building cities
Who owns the city?

Who owns the city?

Most urban Indians would consider a high-rise residential gated community to be a dream home, but sociologist Saskia Sassen find this form of architecture deeply problematic
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