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Environmental Quality Management and Development Planning

Development Planning Ignacy Sachs There is a section of opinion which holds that environmental quality management is something developing countries need not think about for some time to come, till their GNP has reached high enough levels.

Urban Planning and Some Questions of Social Policy

of Social Policy M S Gore The role of policy formulation is to spell out, in terms of goals and objectives at the intermediate and the micro levels, the implications of the 'ends' which are often stated at the broad societal level. The planner has to participate in the formulation of this policy and in its implementation in his particular sphere of competence.

Housing the Urban Poor-The Case of Calcutta

The accent so far in building and town planning has been on conspicuous beautification. In the popular mind, therefore, town planning and architecture have come to be strangely associated with expensive show-pieces on which have been wasted valuable and scarce national resources that might otherwise serve for dozens of low-cost houses and neighbourhoods. The gulf between the town planner and the architect on the ore hand, and the poor citizen on the other, is thus widening with the great urban challenge.
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