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Peripheriques's 36 propositions for a home PDF

By Peripheriques

ISBN-10: 2950951821

ISBN-13: 9782950951823

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1 RATIONAL COORDINATION—THE MODEL CITIES ATTEMPT In the ‘war on poverty’, a model cities program was proposed which would involve (in the words of the legislation) ‘concentration and coordination of federal, state and local public and private efforts’, As originally conceived, the program was to be of a ‘demonstration’ character restricted to the poverty areas of a very small number of central cities. This implied more than the coordination of programs: it explicitly envisaged the redistribution of resources’ The ‘demonstration’ concept did not survive the political process: the need to obtain political support for the legislation led to an increased number of cities— eventually to 150.

They were set out in the Housing Act of 1949: to provide ‘a decent home and a suitable living environment for every American family’. However, reaching that goal presents formidable problems of finance, politics, and planning. The outlook is bleak for many. Community and economic development is put forward as one solution, and it presents some promise if adequate resources are made available. An update on current and new initiatives in such areas as brown-field redevelopment and the reuse of close military installations for community and economic development purposes will be discussed in Part 5.

In fact, there is a considerable amount of control over the use of land in the United States and, though it is a source of continual controversy, the principle of some degree of regulation is generally accepted. ) The issue then is not whether there should or should not be planning, but how much of it there should be, and how it should operate. There is an extensive literature on this, replete with a wide variety of concepts. Immediately apparent is the divorce between planning theory and planning practice.

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