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Redeveloping waterfronts in Canadian port cities

Hoyle, B. S.

Redeveloping waterfronts in Canadian port cities

perspectives on principles and practice

by Hoyle, B. S.

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Published by Association internationale Villes & Ports in Le Havre, France .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Waterfronts -- Canada.,
  • Waterfronts -- Planning.,
  • Regional planning -- Canada.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references.

    StatementBrian Hoyle.
    SeriesRapports, études et recherches documentaires
    ContributionsAssociation internationale villes et ports.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHT395.C2 H69 1995
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxi, 133 p. :
    Number of Pages133
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15952833M
    ISBN 102910238075

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    Chapter 8 – Governance and Planning Issues in European Waterfront Redevelopment – by José M. Pagés Sánchez and Tom A. Daamen. Since the first redevelopment projects appeared in the s in North-America, urban waterfronts in port cities around the world have experienced continuous spatial and functional change. "Port Cities offers a far richer perspective on the subject of port city development than many other books. Indeed, for those familiar with the large body of literature that covers the fall and rise of the urban waterfront since the advent of the shipping container, this book will come as a breath of fresh air.".

      This paper discusses the phenomenon and historic background of the waterfront development. It emphasizes the need for system programming and sustainable management consideration pursuing the development of estuarine or coastal land. It also explains that the success or failure of a waterfront development should be evaluated through a set of multi-aspect indexes. In so high visibility an area as a port, waterfront revitalization is of ready interest and concern to authorities, to communities, and to developers. Fundamental to any geographical perspective on port redevelopment are the notions of scale-from local to global-and, in its broadest sense, great concern for the environment.


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Waterfront redevelopmentin Canadian port cities by B.S Hoyle,University of Southampton, Dept. of Geography edition, in English. WATERFRONT REDEVELOPMENT IN CANADIAN PORT CITIES: SOME VIEWPOINTS ON ISSUES INVOLVED. No abstract provided. Availability: Find a library where document is by: Waterfront redevelopment in Canadian port cities Some viewpoints on issues involved.

By B.S Hoyle and Southampton Univ. (United Kingdom). Dept. of Geography. Abstract. SIGLEAvailable from British Library Document Supply Centre- DSC(SU-DG-DP) / BLDSC - British Library Document Supply CentreGBUnited Kingdo.

community groups in the redevelopment of urban waterfront zones ui port cities in Canada. The research was was facilitated by financial support from the Canadian Government (via the Faculty Research Awards scheme administered by the Canadian High Commission in London) and from the Nuffield Foundation.

Waterfront redevelopment in Canadian port cities: some viewpoints on issues involved. project on Canadian Dimensions of Waterfront Revitalisation wherein forty five interviews were held in Canadian port cities with port authority representatives, urban Redeveloping waterfronts in Canadian port cities book and developers.

Respondents were asked to fill in a questionnaire, and the Author: Brian S. Hoyle. Urban waterfront research has concentrated primarily on the redevelopment of the core areas of major port cities; yet just as cargo handling activities have extended from their traditional core.

Successful waterfront redevelopment requires an understanding of global processes and an appreciation of the distinctiveness of port‐city locations. Waterfront revitalization occurs at the problematic and controversial interface between port function and the broader urban environment.

It reflects varied forces and trends, involves community attitudes and environmental sensitivities, and. Although port facilities have largely left their historical waterfront sites behind over the past 50 years, maritime functions and related activities in many of the world’s port cities have remained highly urban (Hall and Jacobs ).

One explanation for this can be found in the relationships valued by port businesses with a wide range of. undergoing redevelopment for conversion into residential and commercial usage. Around the globe during the 19 th and 20 centuries many waterfront cities, such as Toronto, Boston, Baltimore, Liverpool, Barcelona, Bilbao, Santiago and Osaka, developed their waterfronts for the types of industrial purposes described above.

However, as urban economies. Waterfront cities and towns across the world have taken note and, starting in the 's, begun to radically alter the decaying urban waterfront. Waterfront redevelopment has taken many different courses in the past thirty years. Many issues abound when a city or town decides to transform is vacant or underused waterfront.

Waterfronts in Post-Industrial Cities ДИЗАЙН, ДОМ и СЕМЬЯ,ДИЗАЙН и ГРАФИКА Название: Waterfronts in Post-Industrial Cities Автор: By R. Marshall Издательство: Taylor & Francis Год: Страниц ISBN: Формат: pdf Размер: 10 MbFour themes form the basis of this book and provide a structure for considering.

URBAN WATERFRONT REDEVELOPMENT IN CANADA: PROPCSITIONS AND PERSPECTIVES Summary This paper reports on a component of a research project on Canadian Dimensions of Waterfront Redevelopment based on forty-five interviews held in Canadian port cities with port authority representatives, urban planners and developers.

Content filed under the Book Review category. Ports and Networks: Strategies, Operations and Perspectives. Written by leading experts in the field, this book offers an introduction to recent developments in port and hinterland strategies, operations and related book begins with a broad overview of port definitions, concepts and the role.

Urban waterfront redevelopment, in port cities and other cities on water, is still largely confined to advanced countries. However, it is now impacting upon developing countries as they seek to revive historic cities in post‐colonial contexts, including. This article reviews several aspects of the planning conflicts that have been pertinent to the redevelopment of waterfronts internationally: (1) land ownership, (2) heritage and culture, (3) social and environmental justice, and (4) environment and resilience.

“ Port Cities and Urban Waterfronts: International Books. Historically, port cities located their industrial zones near the waterfront for the convenience of transporting goods. Often times, highways or railroads were later constructed near the industrial waterfront. But as contemporary manufacturing and shipping processes are significantly more efficient and require less space (since transportation moved from bulk to shipping containers), these port.

Waterfront redevelopment: port cities are reaping the benefits Waterfront redevelopment is a hot topic in urban planning. Modern structures, adaptive-reuse architecture, and new public spaces are rapidly rediscovering and transforming half-forgotten shorefront places occupied by decrepit buildings.

The word meaning of waterfront get through as “the part of a town or city adjoining a river, lake, harbour, etc.” in the Oxford American Dictionary of Current English in English Dictionaries and Thesauruses ().

Moretti (), the word “waterfront” means “the urban area in direct contact with water”.According to the author, waterfront areas usually is occupied by port.

“The book is structured into three parts covering urban identity, waterfront work, and radicalism, each broken down into chapters and sub-sections focusing on the three chosen cities. people interested in ports and their industries and workforces, urban planners and museum administrators will find Mah’s book useful.” (Chris Madsen, The Northern Mariner, Vol.

26 (1), March, ). BOOKS Attoe, W. and Logan D. American urban architecture: Catalysts in the design of cities. University of California Press. Bone, Kevin, Betts, Mary Beth, and Greenberg, Stanley. The New York Waterfront: Evolution and Building Culture of the Port and Harbor. Monacelli Press.

The University of Michigan. (Digitized 8 Nov ). 1) Expanding knowledge on the phenomenon of waterfront redevelopment in industrial port cities and drawing conclusions on how to employ the waterfronts as tools for urban revitalization. Further, the research aims at exploring the manner in which the changes of the economic, political and cultural conjunctures, which many European cities have.This paper reports on a component of a research project in Canadian dimensions of waterfront redevelopment based upon 46 interviews held in Canadian port cities with port authority representatives.

Spatial interactions between ports and cities provide a fascinating field for geographical enquiry, and a good deal of research has been stimulated by the recent experience of port cities of various sizes. Canadian research in this field focuses especially upon Toronto, while the British experience of waterfront redevelopment in London and.