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Urban Planning in the Transition from Apartheid: Part 2: Towards Reconstruction

Ivan Turok
The Town Planning Review
Vol. 65, No. 4 (Oct., 1994), pp. 355-374
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/40113312
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Urban Planning in the Transition from Apartheid: Part 2: Towards Reconstruction
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Abstract

This paper analyses current attempts to deal with the legacy of apartheid urban planning through local negotiating forums. Their importance stems from the crucial role local government will have in urban reconstruction. The first section outlines some of the challenges faced by local forums, while the second considers the negotiations occurring under the government's enabling legislation, arguing that they are too restricted in scope. Section three discusses the broader, more inclusive forums that have emerged independently. The fourth and longest section examines the progress of the most ambitious of these--the Central Witwatersrand Metropolitan Chamber. A postscript describes the most recent developments at the national level.

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