prospect of cities: being studies towards a history of town planning.

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development planning is available (pages and Appendix 1). History • The s were dominated by a lack of rural planning initiatives in black areas. The main planning agencies operated only in white settler areas and rural development initiatives were large-scale and designed as part of an import substitution policy (page 8).

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