PLG 100 Intro to Urban and Regional Planning

Urban and regional planning is introduced as a dynamic and challenging profession primarily involved in assisting communities to manage change in their physical, social and economic environments. The course examines how planners use systematic and creative approaches to the analysis and resolution of issues important to neighbourhoods, cities and their suburban areas, and larger regions. The roles of planners, the function of the planning profession in Canada and a review of other participants in urban and regional planning processes are also introduced. Lect: 3 hrs. Course Weight: 1.00 Billing Units: 1

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