From master plans to development strategies
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The article is arguing that town planning requires a new restructure of design methodologies. It is stating that the complex aspects of planning require division of the whole process and should concentrate not only on the physical development phase but on all the complex growth procedures and tendencies. It should start from visionary socio-economic ideas and restrictions which would lead to futuristic interpretations of human needs and environmental aspects. Because of the complex aspects, the approach should be divided into three tears. The complexity of urban procedures should be robust in the upper tears but flexible in detailed interpretations. This only will provide the opportunity to respond adequately to the changing circumstances in urban development tendencies. The attached maps and graphs provide clear indication of the required activities, topics and procedures for a modern approach to urban planning.
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