A guide to site and environmental planning

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Wiley, 1969 - Architecture - 190 pages
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I found this in the library the other day at my school and it is actually a good read. Its really does break down all the things one should consider when it comes to site planning whether you're an architect, landscape architect, civil engineer or a planner. It has simple illustrations and examples to look at while you are reading so you can see what he is talking about visually. The example documents in this edition were rather dark and some of the information on the documents were indistinguishable from other parts and unreadable to some extent which was a real bummer but besides that it is a good book.  

Contents

Introduction
1
Site Selection and Analysis
9
Land Use and Circulation
39
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