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Guidelines for Growth in Central New Orleans: Recommendations for the General Plan

Collection:
City Planning and Landscape Architecture (CPLA)
Contributor:
Barton-Aschman Associates, Inc. (main author / Chicago, Illinois), The New Orleans Central Area Committee
Format:
Book
Publication Date:
1965-05
Location:
City Planning & Landscape Architecture Reference and Resource Center, Funk Library, University of Illinois Box: 21; Folder: 5
Subject Term:
City Planning, Urban planning, Urban Design, New Orleans, Louisiana
Notes:
"This report and the series of 14 GUIDELINES papers upon which it is based deal with matters of importance to the planning and improvement of Central New Orleans. The purpose of this series is to assist the Central Area Committee in the following activities: First, to establish a body of policy and a general or schematic plan that will represent the point of view of the Committee concerning those element of Central Area development -- land-use, circulation, and public facilities -- that are essentially dependent upon public action and subject to public control; second, to promote private investment and a high type of development in several "opportunity areas" that appear to have significant and timely potential; and third, to develop a program of action that can be undertaken by the Committee, itself, to achieve its stated objectives."