CEPT University president says urban planning must be market-oriented, so that spatial growth is aligned with economic growth
Mumbai: Inadequate planning is held responsible for many of India’s urban problems, including unregulated growth of buildings and mismatched infrastructure. But this should not be the case, advocates Bimal Patel, an Ahmedabad-based architect, urban planner and president of CEPT University, one of the country’s most respected architecture and urban planning schools.
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