Issue #03 - South Africa
Format | E-Book
Filetype | PDF
Pages | 92
Year | 2018
Language | English
It is my great pleasure to announce the third issue of the World Urban Planning Magazine. World Urban Planning puts great attention to the promotion of social, environmental and sustainable solutions. As for all our issues, we describe and comment on the urban planning frameworks which are the fundamental planning tools for allocating land use.
This time it is South Africa, a rather interesting country due to its long spatially segregated history which has formed todays spatial pattern. The country has however managed to become the most visited country in the African continent with 10 million annual visitors. With some of the world’s greatest historical landmarks, beautiful landscapes and nature. It is one of the countries where big things will happen as long as the spatial disorder is corrected and the government established full control.
Are you curious about how the planning framework in Cape Town or seeing drone shots of adjacent but so inequal neighbourhoods? Have a read and find out more about the current spatial disorder in South Africa.