Planning the active neighbourhood : a discussion of resident-directed neighbourhood planning / by W.H. James Taggart. : NH15-845/1996E-PDF

"Resident-directed planning is implicit in the recommendations of the Brundtland Commission Report (1987) which called for the reallocation of resources and decision-making capacity to the local level, particularly in the case of disadvantaged populations. The federal government has supported local community involvement in housing and urban issues through a variety of programs over the past thirty years. Examples include the co-operative housing programs, community resource organization funding and, perhaps most relevant, the Neighbourhood Improvement Program from the 1970s. The community-building success of one low income community is provided as illustrative of the potential of community-based approaches"--Abstract.

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Ministère/Organisme Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation, issuing body.
Titre Planning the active neighbourhood : a discussion of resident-directed neighbourhood planning / by W.H. James Taggart.
Type de publication Monographie
Langue [Anglais]
Format Électronique
Document électronique
Note(s) Digitized edition from print [produced by Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation].
"A paper prepared in support of a presentation at the 1996 meeting of the Canadian Institute of Planners."
"June 3, 1996."
Includes bibliographical references (pages 19-22).
Abstract in French and English.
Information sur la publication Ottawa : CMHC = SCHL, 1996.
Auteur / Contributeur Taggart, W. H. James,1942- author.
Description 1 online resource (22 pages)
Numéro de catalogue
  • NH15-845/1996E-PDF
Descripteurs Neighborhood planning -- Canada -- Citizen participation.
Land use -- Canada -- Planning -- Citizen participation.
Quartiers (Urbanisme) -- Planification -- Canada -- Participation des citoyens.
Utilisation du sol -- Canada -- Planification -- Participation des citoyens.
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