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I have not yet enrolled in the second semester of my course on the Diploma in Urban and Regional Planning but I think I should already start on the preparation for the Environmental Planning licensure board exam. Passing this exam is my main objective after graduating from the course Read More→

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Dec
31

Happy New Year 2018

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As we end the year 2017, each of us reminisces and remember all of the opportunities that we have received for the year, and take the lesson from the bad memories. 2017 can be memorable for some and is surely a learning experience for most of us. Read More→

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‘Post-colonialism’ as a theory is used by many authors to illustrate the urban phenomenon occurring in the cities around the world in the recent past. By King’s definition, the term post-colonial cities refers to those capitals or major cities of the one-time Read More→

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John Glasson, one of the authors of the book Urban Planning, is Professor of Environmental Planning and Co-Director of the Oxford Institute for Sustainable Development (OISD) at Oxford Brookes University. He is also Visiting Professor at Curtin University Read More→

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An urban form is defined as the physical characteristics that make up built-up areas, including the shape, size, density, and configuration of settlements. It refers not only to the physical layout and design of the city but also on the spatial pattern of human activities at a certain point in time. Read More→

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I was on the field again today. We started the day with a visit to Brgy. Hinactacan, La Paz together Franco and Dave, an intern from a school in the Netherlands. His thesis was on the water issues in the barangays in Iloilo City and this is one of his chosen respondents. The Barangay is located in a somewhat Read More→

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