Chief backs live-work bid

April 2008
Planning (14672073);4/25/2008, Issue 1766, p7
The article focuses on the concept of live-work developments and its powerful contribution to the society. In this context, the author explained that well-managed residential and employment elements in live-work schemes can be sustainable. At the Live Work Network conference, numerous planning authorities fail to recognise that the industrial revolution of zoning distinctions between employment and residential uses no longer need to be maintained.


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