1887

oa Stads- en Streeksbeplanning = Town and Regional Planning - Alternatiewe benaderings vir die beplanning van verspreide stede

Volume 1986, Issue 22
  • ISSN : 1012-280X

 

Abstract

In published literature the term dispersed city has been used to refer to a group of urban nodes in close proximity to each other, separated by tracts of non-urban land, and functioning as a single urban entity. Although each urban unit would possess certain common ubiquitous functions, such as those associated with the provision of day-to-day necessities and retail services, each would have some major specialized activity. The functional specialization is complementary rather than competitive.

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