Is Farmland Preservation Worthwhile? – Planetizen

Preserving farmland has always been a major issue in the U.S. But as Bill Fulton discusses, the local economic results don’t quite justify the efforts.

“The longtime farmers say they’re losing money. Even the organic farmers, who are making money, fear that proximity to urban development — and the complaints that arise — will drive them out of business. The farmland is worth far, far more for development than for farming. So why save it? Is there an economic development purpose to farmland preservation?”

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Edaw appointed to advise on Whitehill Bordon eco town – Property Week

East Hampshire District Council appointed planning and landscape design consultancy EDAW is to work on a proposed Eco-town in Whitehill Bordon.

SOURCE: Propertyweek.com Edaw appointed to advise on Whitehill Bordon eco town – Property Week.

Megalopolis Karachi still goes

Karachi, with a population of more than 18 million, is termed the world’s second largest ‘city proper’ – after Mumbai, India. In terms of civic facilities especially urban public transport, however, Karachi is still like an under-developed town.

SOURCE: The News.com.pk – Megalopolis Karachi still goes.

The Associated Press: Once wilderness amid bustle, NYC rail becomes park

The first section of the $170 million High Line park set to open by the end of the year, the city’s residents are about to get their chance to see whether the project’s designers have succeeded in maintaining the sense of wilderness that so many found so evocative.

Designers: Field Operations and Diller Scofidio + Renfro

SOURCE: The Associated Press: Once wilderness amid bustle, NYC rail becomes park.

Experts will now chart city’s roadmap-Ahmedabad-Cities-The Times of India

No red tapism, no partisan politics leading to uneven growth. For once, the city’s growth will be charted by professionals. The Ahmedabad Municipal Corporation (AMC) has recruited young professionals from leading urban planning institutes in the country to prepare a roadmap for the city in the next 10 years.

SOURCE: The Times of IndiaExperts will now chart city’s roadmap-Ahmedabad-Cities-

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