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Placing urban management and development on the Pacific Island

Placing urban management and development on the Pacific Island Australian PI anner / vol 44 / no 2 / 03.2007 13 Placing urban management and development on the Pacific Islands Author: Paul Jones Paul is an Urban Management and Development Adviser specializing in the Pacific Islands and Adjunct Associate Professor, Faculty of Architecture, University of Sydney. Context Urban Populations Adjoining Australia's eastern seaboard is the Pacific Ocean containing The PICs are distinguished by their unique geography and diversity in population, resources, economic growth opportunities and socio some 7,500 scattered islands of varying origins. The islands of the Pacific region include countries such as Fiji Islands, Papua New Guinea, cultural underpinnings. While overall population remains predominately Solomon Islands, Vanuatu, Kiribati, Samoa, Nauru, Niue, the Federated rural, urban growth is strong with 5 of the 11 PICs having over 40% of Sates of Micronesia and Palau. In contrast to the Australia and New their Census population living in urban areas (see Table 1, on following page). However, the proportion of people living in urban areas in PICs is Zealand experience, the urbanisation of towns and villages and the subsequent need to confront the problems of urban growth in these far higher given the conservative manner in which PICs determine their http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Australian Planner Taylor & Francis

Placing urban management and development on the Pacific Island

Australian Planner , Volume 44 (1): 3 – Mar 1, 2007
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Taylor & Francis
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2150-6841
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0729-3682
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10.1080/07293682.2007.9982537
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Australian PI anner / vol 44 / no 2 / 03.2007 13 Placing urban management and development on the Pacific Islands Author: Paul Jones Paul is an Urban Management and Development Adviser specializing in the Pacific Islands and Adjunct Associate Professor, Faculty of Architecture, University of Sydney. Context Urban Populations Adjoining Australia's eastern seaboard is the Pacific Ocean containing The PICs are distinguished by their unique geography and diversity in population, resources, economic growth opportunities and socio some 7,500 scattered islands of varying origins. The islands of the Pacific region include countries such as Fiji Islands, Papua New Guinea, cultural underpinnings. While overall population remains predominately Solomon Islands, Vanuatu, Kiribati, Samoa, Nauru, Niue, the Federated rural, urban growth is strong with 5 of the 11 PICs having over 40% of Sates of Micronesia and Palau. In contrast to the Australia and New their Census population living in urban areas (see Table 1, on following page). However, the proportion of people living in urban areas in PICs is Zealand experience, the urbanisation of towns and villages and the subsequent need to confront the problems of urban growth in these far higher given the conservative manner in which PICs determine their

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Published: Mar 1, 2007

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