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State-led urbanity: reexamining modern movement servicescapes

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Published in Thakur, R. & Pomeroy, G. Urban and regional planning and development: 20th century forms and 21st century transformations. USA: Springer International Publishing. 2018
Abstract Modern movement new-towns, as the most radical form of state-led retail plan-ning, have failed to assure a lively retail offer able to create centrality as planned. Thorough the study case of a modern movement servicescape, the only modern Spanish planned city of Tres Cantos, our research focuses on what can we learn from the state-led planning model and its policies. How could we today foster urbanity in complex projects through retail without succumbing to the prevailing commodification of the public realm?
Keywords Urban planningRetailXXth centuryNew-townsModern movement
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Research group Pôle/Institut Gouvernance de l'environnement et développement territorial (PI-GEDT)
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ALONSO PROVENCIO, Marta. State-led urbanity: reexamining modern movement servicescapes. In: Thakur, R. & Pomeroy, G. (Ed.). Urban and regional planning and development: 20th century forms and 21st century transformations. USA : Springer International Publishing, 2018. https://archive-ouverte.unige.ch/unige:103909

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