Planning After a Pandemic

From the establishment of the Metropolitan Board of Works in 1855 to the 1919 Addison Act, public health crises have shaped our planning system, and in turn, shaped our built environment. How might COVID-19 change the way we plan? What challenges will local government face in the recovery from economic - and social - recession? And what roles could there be for architects, urbanists and planners to help rebuild the resilience of communities?

Planning After a Pandemic RESOURCES

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