4 edition of Residential intensification case studies found in the catalog.
Residential intensification case studies
|Statement||prepared by Ray Tomalty.|
|Genre||Case studies., Cas, Études de.|
|Series||Healthy housing and communities series, Research report, Research report (Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation)|
|Contributions||Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation.|
|LC Classifications||HT384.C3 T66 2004|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 v. (various pagings) :|
|LC Control Number||2005360618|
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Compact city policies in the form of high-density multi-unit housing and residential intensification have been introduced over several decades by state planning authorities in response to the perceived problems further complicated by Residential intensification case studies book Author: Bill Randolph, Aida E.
Afrooz, Chris Pettit. Residential intensification case studies book rules promote infill housing and intensification as a way of quickly increasing the availability of residential accommodation, without changing the overall character of residential areas.
The District Plan rules for the different forms of intensification are summarised below. This book demonstrates the crucial role that technological advances can play in collecting, organising and analysing large volumes of real estate data in order to improve decision-making.
International case studies, chapter summaries and discussion questions make this book the perfect textbook for property and applied GIS courses. Residential intensification case studies: built projects Issued also in French under title: Études de cas sur la densification résidentielle, projets réalisés.
ISBN Cat. NH/E 1. Population density – Canada – Case studies. Housing development – Canada – Case studies. City planning – Canada. Residential intensiﬁcation—moving the focus of new residential development from peripheral farmland to existing built places—is a key element in most growth management efforts.
This report contains the results of a feasibility study focusing on growth management in Ontario’s Greater Golden Horseshoe (GGH) that was designed to answer two questions: (1) What data are available to assess the capacity of and constraints on existing and planned water and wastewater systems relative to the availability of fresh water and the assimilative capacity of the region’s.
Summary This case explores the ethical planning dilemmas that can arise from client-driven, private sector development. The case takes place in the s in the United Arab Emirates (UAE), during a time of exuberant investment and rapid expansion of luxury urban development, despite the prevalence of extreme poverty and environmental concerns.
Case studies of housing intensification in Auckland. an integrated approach of residential planning is important in intensified housing development projects or planning for dense areas.
The book’s 37 case studies are structured in five thematic chapters; the Dispersed City, the Expansive City, the Modern City, Core of the City and Recycled City. Urban context is used as the central organising element of the book, from which the case-studies move down to the scale of the building and then the individual unit.
This book demonstrates the crucial role that technological advances can play in collecting, organising and analysing large volumes of real estate data in order to improve decision-making.
International case studies, chapter summaries and discussion questions make this book the perfect textbook for property and applied GIS by: 1.
- Ben Davy, TU Dortmund University "This book presents a collection of case studies and synthetic analyses speaking to the challenges confronting urban centers in light of the global push for neoliberal policies that privilege markets, competitiveness, and individual advancement, sometimes at the expense of individual equity and community welfare.
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With the ever-growing power demand, the energy efficiency in commercial and residential buildings is a matter of great concern. Also, strategic energy auditing (SEA) and demand-side management (DSM) are cost-effective means to identify the requirements of power components and their operation in the energy management system.
In a commercial or residential building, Author: Pawan Kumar, Gagandeep Singh Brar, Surjit Singh, Srete Nikolovski, Hamid Reza Baghaee, Zoran Balkić. Elkin () said Compact city is the “Intensification of the use of space in the city with higher residential densities and centralisation” Newman and Kenworthy() said “More intensive land use, Centralised activities and higher densities” Breheny (in Blowers, ) said “High density, mixed use city, where growth is encouraged.
The compact city or city of short distances is an urban planning and urban design concept, which promotes relatively high residential density with mixed land uses.
It is based on an efficient public transport system and has an urban layout which – according to its advocates – encourages walking and cycling, low energy consumption and reduced pollution. This book presents the latest thinking on the benefits and dangers of higher density urban living.
It offers diverse opinions and research, from a wide range of disciplines, and gives an insight into both the theoretical debate and the practical challenges surrounding the compact city.
Achieving Sustainable Urban Form represents a major advance in the sustainable development debate. It presents research which defines elements of sustainable urban form - density, size, configuration, detailed design and quality - from macro to micro scale.
Case studies from Europe, the USA and Australia are used to illustrate good practice within the fields of planning, urban 4/5(1).
Population distribution has a huge influence on the development of port economic circle (PEC) in Ningbo. Residential satisfaction is one of key elements that determine housing location choice and, thus, the success of population distribution policy. To provide suggestions for the development of PEC, this study conducted a survey to investigate residential satisfaction and Author: Yanhong Yin, Yuanwen He, Lei Zhang, Dan Zhao.
Intensification is the process of creating new housing units within the housing stock. This has become an important issue in recent years as housing costs have risen considerably. Higher densities are theoretically desirable because land and services will be used more efficiently and more housing options can be available to the public.
In reality, however, many residents in. Freeway removal is a public policy of urban planning policy to demolish freeways and create mixed-use urban areas, parks, residential, commercial, or other land uses. Such highway removal is often part of a policy to promote smart growth, transit-oriented development, walkable and bicycle-friendly cities.
In some cases freeways are re-imagined as boulevards, rebuilt as. Book Description. Instruments of Planning: Tensions and Challenges for more Equitable and Sustainable Cities critically explores planning’s instrumentality to deliver important social and environmental outcomes in neoliberal planning landscapes.
Because each instrument is unique and may be tailored to its own jurisdictional needs, Instruments of Planning is a compendium. Case studies from UK highlight the role of station area development.
First, the international cases reinforce the significance of a comprehensive approach in the implementation of TOD. Second, they illustrate the relationship between the various constructs of a TOD, discussed ealier in the book.
As Toronto faces ongoing affordability issues, House Divided also dissects the single-family “Yellowbelt” and suggests that the “missing middle” could help create a more affordable and inclusive Toronto. To convey some of the ideas offered within the book, ULI Toronto hosted a thought-provoking panel discussion with presentations featuring co-editors.
Nelson Richmond Urban Housing Intensification Study. This is a joint project between Nelson City Council and Tasman District Council, commissioned to help address the region-wide, identified need to accommodate a projected 9, new households by Case studies 1 Special Housing Areas and sustainability 25 2 Leaky homes: An ongoing burden 31 3 Assessing the resilience of urban water bodies to the effects of urban development in Auckland 37 4 Kids in the city: Socially sustainable urban planning 45 5 Waikato-Tainui as a strategic planner in Hamilton 62 6 Factors influencing urban development and growth 65File Size: 8MB.
Landscape Architecture – Case Studies by SWA Published on The integration of clean energy, mass-transit alternatives to car traffic. Central place foraging (CPF) theory is an evolutionary ecology model for analyzing how an organism can maximize foraging rates while traveling through a patch (a discreet resource concentration), but maintains the key distinction of a forager traveling from a home base to a distant foraging location rather than simply passing through an area or travelling at random.
Community in the central city. Research by Larry Murphy of the University of Auckland (“Third-wave gentrification in New Zealand: the case of Auckland” Urban StudiesVolume 45) described different communities in the CBD: the well-to-do with their spacious harbour edge apartments (and quite possibly a second home – a beach cottage or lifestyle block – outside.
The multiple nuclei model is an ecological planning model that describes the most common layout of cities. This model was articulated by two geographers, C.D Harris and Edward L. densification, infilling, intensification of land use or redevelopment particularly affecting derelict land or low-density and sub-optimally utilized residential areas.
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Specifically, the fact that, in urban areas, more than 50% of the world's population is living on just 2% of the land surface, with most of these cities located in Asia and developing countries that have high vulnerability and.
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Historically, cool roofs have been either white. investigate both the statistical relationship between these metrics and the intensification of city usage from Case Studies in North America, UK and Europe and the quality of the urban habitat which these examples have created.
Principles for a Human City At King’s Cross in London, Argent first began to explore a framework for the acre ( Second, a number of case studies suggest that early societies may limit population growth through infanticide and abortion to ease the pressures brought about by population growth; that is to say, agricultural intensification is not the only solution to the increased population pressure (Wagley, ; Abernethy, ).Author: Zhen Qin, Michael Storozum, Haiwang Liu, Xiaohu Zhang, Tristram R.
Kidder. “Residential House Prices, Commercial Real Estate and Bank Failures” by Gerald A. Hanweck Sr.* Professor of Finance, School of Business as is the case for almost all previous bank failure studies.
on local economies and caused a continuation and intensification of their recessions inAuthor: Gerald A.
Hanweck, Anthony B. Sanders. The following studies provide examples of how municipalities across North America have attempted to increase ridership through the creation of more transit-supportive communities and the implementation of transit improvement strategies.
Corridor Planning, Saint. Paul, MN ; Transit Network Design, Oakville, ON. The Metropolitan Vancouver Region is expected to have a population of over million within the next 25 years.
As a designated growth concentration area, the City of Vancouver is expected to absorbpeople by While existing plans will allow for future high density developments, 70% of the City's residential areas remain zoned explicitly for single-family use.
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Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: / The objective of this case study is to review, in descriptive (rather than.land intensification by constantly innovating and thinking of out of the box solutions while staying true to its vision of creating a dynamic and integrated industrial landscape.
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