3 edition of Northern new towns in the regional context found in the catalog.
Northern new towns in the regional context
R. J. A. Gazzard
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In the modern suburban context, several "New Towns" were established in the suburbs of large cities. Early examples include Leaside in Toronto and Mount Royal in Montreal.
Both were planned and developed by the Canadian Northern Railway as middle class suburbs, though both, Leaside in particular, featured large industrial tracts. City systems: The role of small and medium-sized towns and cities in growing the northern powerhouse.
SUMMARY. The north of England’s big cities have thus far been viewed as the primary means of rebalancing the national economy: the growth of Manchester and Leeds is regularly presented as evidence of an emerging counterweight to.
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book, Social City, demonstrated his full conception of garden cities (or new towns) grouped in planned urban centers of a quarter million people or more.
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Since then, Borda has undertaken epic projects to re-imagine urban spaces, from the “New Towns” of East Kilbride and Glenrothes in Scotland to modernist faith buildings in Northern Ireland. In this dazzling new monograph, Sylvia’s exceptional body of work is examined and placed in both a regional and international context.
The act of empowered the government to designate areas (which might or might not already contain an existing municipality) as new towns, to appoint development corporations, and to approve their plans. New towns in Northern Ireland were designed to have development commissions, established and governed under a separate act ().
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The long-term decline in mine-industry employment occurs in the posts historical context of globalization, in this way differing from the earlier generation of post-war hinterland crisis that devastated agricultural towns.
The crisis is engulfing other resource-dependent towns, notably in forestry and fishing, as well as rail towns. The New Towns Act was a way to make things happen by creating an all-powerful development corporation in each of the towns, allowing building to get going quickly.
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representative for four types of context with respect to the functioning of small towns—a south-east Asian and a Sahelian context, the context of agricultural colonisation and export production areas in central America and southern Africa, and the context of industrialising borderland areas in northern Mexico.
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New town, a form of urban planning designed to relocate populations away from large cities by grouping homes, hospitals, industry and cultural, recreational, and shopping centres to form entirely new, relatively autonomous first new towns were proposed in Great Britain in the New Towns Act of ; between and12 were designated in England and Wales and 2 in Scotland.The pre–Civil War years (–, or the “antebellum years”) were among the most chaotic in American history—a time of significant changes that took place as the United States came of age.
During these years, the nation was transformed from an underdeveloped nation of farmers and frontiersmen into an urbanized economic powerhouse.Local Merchants and the Regional Economy merchants, loaded onto sloops and schooners, and shipped to major ports such as Boston and New York, and from there on to the southern colonies, the West Indies, and Europe.6 Some valley merchants operated on a larger scale and managed considerable trade with the southern colonies and the West Indies.