Author: Elizabeth Burton,Mike Jenks,Katie Williams
Publisher: Routledge; 1 edition (March 17, 1996)
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This book presents the latest thinking on the benefits and dangers of higher density urban living.
This book presents the latest thinking on the benefits and dangers of higher density urban living. Essential reading for anyone with an interest in sustainable urban development.
Jenks, . Burton, E. and Williams, K. (1996) The Compact City: A Sustainable Urban Form? E & FN Spon, London. 1023/A:1014883818411.
A useful source of theories on sustainable urban development in the developed world. This book presents the latest thinking on the benefits and dangers of higher density urban living.
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The compact city: a sustainable urban form? E Burton, M Jenks, K Williams. Compact cities: sustainable urban forms for developing countries. Achieving sustainable urban form: an introduction. K Williams, E Burton, M Jenks. Achieving sustainable urban form 2000, 1-5, 2000. Future forms and design for sustainable cities. Dimensions of the sustainable city. Springer Science & Business Media, 2009.
Contributors Acknowledgements Introduction Compact Cities and Sustainability: An Introduction Mike Jenks, Elizabeth Burton and Katie Williams Part One Compact City Theory Introduction Centrists, Decentrists and Compromisers: Views on the Future of Urban Form Michael Breheny In Favour of the Compact City Mayer Hillman Density, Efficiency and Equality in Australian Cities Hugh Stretton The Compact City: A Successful, Desirable and Achievable Urban Form?
This book presents the latest thinking on the benefits and dangers of higher density urban living. Categories: Mathematics\Applied Mathematicsematics.
Does Intensifying Cities Make them More Sustainable?, Katie Williams
Does Intensifying Cities Make them More Sustainable?, Katie Williams. Urban Form and Environmental Performance, Peter Newton. Energy, Transport and Urban Form in Australia, Michael Buxton. The New Millennium and the New Urban Paradigm: The Compact City in Practice, Mohammad-Reza Masnavi. Housing Form, Energy Use and Greenhouse Gas Emissions, Peter Newton, Selwyn Tucker and Michael Ambrose.
The Compact City provides and excellent introduction to the complexities and opportunities of the urban designers task. Urban Affairs and Planning, Australia. The Compact City is a significant contribution to achieving sustainable form. It is also an excellent introduction to the complexities faced by the planning profession in a world seeking sustainable solution to human settlements, and the role which can be played by urban design. Lorraine Cairnes, Urban Affairs and Planning, Australia. Part One: Compact city theory.