Local residents of rural Palm Beach County learned how growth management laws and grass-roots opposition to a 10,000 unit major development can be trumped by lobbyists in the state capital.
Aug 18, 2006 Sun-Sentinel
This <em>Times of London</em> opinion piece calls for planners and architects with a true vision to get back in control of city planning. The author argues that "it is the developers who produce the master plans, and the city that responds to them."
Aug 17, 2006 Times of London
Faux finials and bogus balconies are just a few of the unsightly details defacing some newer buildings in Milwaukee.
Aug 16, 2006 Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
The ills that affect our cities can be cured with more sustainable urban planning, says one Australian public health practitioner.
Aug 16, 2006 The Sydney Morning Herald
Can the world's first motel in San Luis Obispo, dilapidated and surrounded by chain link and barbed wire, be restored to better reflect its historic plaque and Spanish-style architecture?
Aug 16, 2006 The Chicago Tribune
Cities and counties in and around the Tampa Bay area are incorporating elements of New Urbanism into their planning and land use codes.
Aug 14, 2006 The St. Petersburg Times
Blighted and forgotten waterfront areas are on track for development in Scotland using 19th century new towns as inspiration.
Aug 14, 2006 BBC News
Extinguished by renovations, regulations, and rust, the old metal fire escape veers towards obsolescence.
Aug 10, 2006 The Oregonian
With crowds overwhelming the modern glass atrium, original architect I.M. Pei has been brought in to rethink the Paris museum's controversial entrance.
Aug 8, 2006 The Times (London)
With the suburban lifestyle clearing entrenched in the American mainstream, planners should stop criticizing suburban living and help address the environmental and societal problems that face the nation's low-density communities.
Aug 7, 2006 The Next American City