Irregular no. 23; July 1969

(1969) Irregular no. 23; July 1969. Irregular (23). pp. 1-5. (Unpublished)


In this redevelopment issue: 1. What Sort of "Redevelopment Authority"? – question posed in consideration of Government's legislation for a 'redevelopment authority' for the spring session of Parliament; 2. Redevelopment - for What? - considered are different methods of redevelopments, either a) by renewal or "spot-development" techniques assisting people to "do up" old places; b) by concentration, which implies redeveloping new estates at high densities and by comprehensive design-planning techniques; or c) by hybrid or synthesis method, which is a cross-pollination between these polar opposites; 3. Wise Words of another Cabinet Minister - R. J. Hamer, Minister for Local Government.

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Original issue is of poor quality.

Item type Article
Subjects Historical > FOR Classification > 1205 Urban and Regional Planning
Current > Collections > Crow Papers
Keywords Melbourne City Council, Melbourne and Metropolitan Board of Works, urban planning, urban design, residential development, 1968, Building Industry Congress
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