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City Development and Planning in the Berlin Conurbation: Current Situation and Future Perspectives

Dieter Frick
The Town Planning Review
Vol. 62, No. 1 (Jan., 1991), pp. 37-49
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/40112983
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City Development and Planning in the Berlin Conurbation: Current Situation and Future Perspectives
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Abstract

In the light of the reunification of Germany, the paper examines the development prospects of a united Berlin following its forty years divided between East and West. First, the special conditions of the conurbation's development during those years are reviewed. Discussion of the prospects for development is centred on three important tasks: the manner in which the inner city should be dealt with; to develop each of the main centres individually with care for their separate characters; and the finding of additional sites for housing and trade in the suburbs or on the edge of the conurbation.

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