Planning doctrine and post-industrial urban development: the Amsterdam experience
published at : Urban systems and the diversity of urban development
The planners of the Amsterdam General Extension Plan (1935) developed a doctrine that covers three levels of functions and activities (a regional centre, a monocentric urban form, homogeneous neighbourhood communities around a centre). Since the early 1970s Amsterdam has become an international centre, has developed into a polycentric urban region and has been acquiring ethnically mixed quarters. So in Amsterdam the planning doctrine was not particularly successful
published at : GeoJournal / ISSN 0343-2521 / CODEN GEOJDQ
Editor : Springer, Heidelberg - ALLEMAGNE (1977)
Millesime : 1997, vol. 43, no 4 [pp. 351-358]
Bibliographic references : 22 ref.
INIST-CNRS, Cote INIST : 17887