Since the passing of the Housing, Town Planning, etc, Act, 1909, there have been published a considerable number of books and a vast number of pamphlets and magazine articles dealing with the subject of Town Planning. There has, however, been produced nothing that can be described as a text-book for the student." A detailed study, including the sociological basis of town planning, traffic requirments & roads, zoning, town planning, municipal planning, and early housing acts, later acts, and more."
I. The Sociological Basis of Town Planning II. The Relation Between Towns III. Areas of Utilization IV. Town Extension V. Transport VI. Traffic Requirements and Roads VII. Road Administration VIII. Zoning IX. Town Planning by Private Initiative X. Municipal Housing and Early Housing Acts XI. Later Housing Acts XII. The Town Panning Acts XIII. Procedure Under the Town Planning Acts XIV. Town Planning on the Continent in America
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