The Compact City: A Sustainable Urban Form?

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a
Abercrombie, Patrick 17, 67
Acceptability 91-2, 234
see also Public participation
Accessibility 181-8, 320, 323, 328
Adams, J. 39
Adams, T. 17
Adler, T.J. 182
Air quality 92, 204, 219
Appleyard 92
Aristotle 289
Australia 84, 155-65, 342
compared to Japan 46-7
consolidation policy 156-64
environmental stress 46, 216-28
equity 48-9, 234
housing
density 45-51
future 164-5
traditional 155-6
suburbs 57-8, 282
Averley, J. 134-42
Avon 184-5

b
Bad neighbour effects 90
Banham, R. 292
Barlow, Sir Montague 278
Barren, G. 172-9
Barton, H. 55, 88, 90
Beatley, T. 280
Bedfordshire 225
Bellamy, D. 59
Ben-Akiva, M. 182
Bendixson, T. 57
Berkowicz, R. 262
Berman, M. 102, 105
Betham, M. 237
Birmingham 282-3, 284
Blowers, A. 60
Bourne, L. 25, 29
Bozeat, N. 57-8, 124
Breheny, M. 11, 13-32, 54-5, 58, 152, 182, 208, 280-2, 302-17
Broadacre City 17, 122
Brundtland Report 4, 13
Buchanan, C. 291
Buildings
efficiency 58
environmental standards 336
re-use 58
Burton, E. 3-7, 83-94, 216, 231-45, 276, 341-5
Burton, T. 275, 298-301

c
Ca, V.T. 262
Calthorpe, P. 29, 61, 329
Cameron, J. 220
Canyon problem 261-2
Car ownership 117
adverse effects 36-7
city centre 137-8, 320, 323
cost of 295, 296
popularity of 91-2, 118
problems caused by 92
and residential density 26
and travel behaviour 38-9, 186-7
Carbon emission 39-42
Cars
changing attitudes towards 92
electric 197
future designs 50-1
hire 295
increasing use 197
parking standards 129, 137, 300, 311
Castells, M. 335
Castles, I. 46-7
Centralisation
of resources and energy 71
versus decentralisation 20-29, 341-3
see also Compact city;
Compaction;
Intensification
Centrists
case against 30-1
in planning history 17-20
see also Compaction
Cherry, G. 292
Cheshire, P. 28
Chester 242-3, 248-58
capacity study 251-2
results 253-4
five scenarios 253
City
advantages 299
American models 103-4
belief in 141-2
capacity 119-20
concentric ring model 105
concept of 77
economic competition between 104, 115
edge 283
European model 103, 135
exodus from 77-8, 80, 116, 135, 146, 293, 332 , 398
garden 16, 122-3, 290
linear form 42, 72, 123
multi-centred 19, 23, 207
pressures on historic 248
regional 151, 330
social 32, 331
steps to liveable 136-41
see also Compact city;
Settlements;
Suburbs;
Town
Clarke, P. 134-42
Climate change see Carbon emission;
Global warming
Coleman, A. 102
Collis 86
Community 49-50, 153
Compact city
and carbon emissions 40-1
claims tested 239-40
the concept 5-6, 66, 235-9, 329
described 54-5, 329-30
designs 61-2
economic factors 102, 105
enhanced 104
environmental factors 102-3, 112

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