URBAN PLANNING

URBAN PLANNING

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  1. Tourists shield themselves with umbrellas on a hot day at the Merlion Park in Singapore

    Commentary: How to make cities more walkable

    To make cities more walkable, city planners and leaders need to understand the factors that influence our journeys, Professor Ruth Dalton at ...
  2. (sl) Egypt's new capital

    Commentary: Egypt builds a new capital, a chance to design an inclusive city

    History offers lessons for building an inclusive and egalitarian city that the Middle Eastern country should take into account, say two urban ...
  3. A man and his grandchild walk on the street at Tokyo's Sugamo district

    Commentary: Managing shrinking cities in an expanding world

    Depopulation and deurbanisation in numerous cities are becoming serious problems for which there are no good solutions, say three urban planning ...
  4. Lawrence Wong file

    Singapore can play role as regional infrastructure hub: Lawrence Wong

  5. Symbolic key to Prague

    President Tony Tan receives key to city of Prague

  6. Vietnam clears illegal structures

    Vietnam's pavement wars: No one spared in push to reclaim public space

    State-owned buildings and five-star hotels are not spared in Vietnamese authorities' most determined campaign yet to reclaim the country's clogged ...
  7. call on pm lee by hcmc chairman

    PM Lee hails Singapore's strong business ties with Ho Chi Minh City

    Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong, who is on an official visit to Vietnam, also met with Singaporeans in living in Ho Chi Minh City at an evening ...
  8. (pp) PP Architect

    ASIA'S FUTURE CITIES: ‘Give Phnom Penh a new face' - Young Cambodian dreams of architectural revolution

    “My dream is to be part of a new wave that is changing the face of Phnom Penh.”
  9. (pp) PP Housing 1

    ASIA’S FUTURE CITIES: Phnom Penh's development offers uncertain future for the urban poor

    As Phnom Penh grows and develops, poorer residents are running out of room as big development projects replace the places they call home.