This study of Hong Kong's new towns covers the historical and conceptual origins of new towns and satellite towns worldwide, as well as development procedures and controls, aspects of design, design problems, and the role of government and the private sector in catering to the public need. Hong Kong's physical size and rapid population growth provide unique material for this volume, which will prove useful to town planners and students in the field of community planning.It has been the practice to apply territory- wide standards set out in the Hong Kong Outline Plan [the 1980s up-date of the ... especially with the general introduction of the additional ten volumes of the Transport Planning and Design Manual, anbsp;...
|Title||:||Hong Kong's new towns|
|Author||:||M. Roger Bristow|
|Publisher||:||Oxford University Press, USA - 1989-12|