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Institutional structures and processes for environmental planning and management of the peri-urban interface

By M Mattingly

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Strategies are needed which deal not only with urban impacts but also with the transitional nature of activities in the zone, once urban impacts are felt. And there are strategies for rural activities to exploit their proximity to towns and cities. Yet these strategies must be matched to the limited capacities of the institutions available for formulating and implementing them if they are to be effective. Alternatively, institutions can be given new capacities or new relationships

Publisher: Development Planning Unit, UCL
Year: 1999
OAI identifier: oai:eprints.ucl.ac.uk.OAI2:36
Provided by: UCL Discovery

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  1. (1996). Nouvelles Configurations Villes-Campagnes", unpublished paper presented at Dialogue 6: Land and Urban/Rural Linkages in the 21st Century, Habitat II,

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