15143 Group Project A: Urban Renewal6cp
Requisite(s): ((12535 Property Investment and Development Feasibility OR 15222c Urban Design) AND 17700c Planning and Environmental Law AND 15142c Property Development Process)
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This subject introduces the practice of planning for large urban redevelopment sites. It involves the development by student groups of a masterplan for a selected urban renewal site. Individual students act as independent consultants to the team, each preparing one of the sections of the masterplan, and the team as a whole develops the project concept and rationale. The subject develops students' understanding of urban renewal goals and challenges, the master-planning process, and effective teamwork. The subject also develops students' professional skills, including applying research to practice. Methods of evaluating alternative masterplans are also outlined.
Autumn session, City campus
Spring session, City campus
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- Subject EFTSL: 0.125