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This paper analyses the problems of urban planning in Western democracies and explores methods to make the planning process more equitable.
This paper discusses Commonwealth Housing Commission's agenda failure to take hold in the post-war era (after 1945).
This paper looks at regulation as the primary instrument of planning in Australia. It examines some of the strengths and weaknesses of statutory processes and regulations, analyses their success in achieving urban policy objectives.
This working paper describes the development of the 1988 metropolitan strategy for Sydney, its planning objectives and instruments. A comment on the paper focuses on the six major pressures on the formulation of the strategy and asks a series of critical questions of each.