Urban Planning and Real Estate Development
The second edition of Urban Planning and Real Estate Development deals with the planning and development dimensions of land management. The student is guided through the procedural and practical aspects of developing land from the perspective of both regulatory agencies and the developer. In this edition the sections addressing dispute resolution, urban regeneration and probity have been revised and updated. New material addressing the private finance initiative, sustainable development, urban regeneration, the renaissance in urban living and the experience economy has been added. This textbook is intended for undergraduate and postgraduate students and explains the key dimensions of property development and town planning. It should be of interest to students of real-estate, estate management, land management and land economy.
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