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Title: Would spatial planners benefit from better familiarity with integrated ICT based technologies?
Other Titles: Emergent realities for social wellbeing : environmental, spatial and social pathways
Authors: Mallia, Frans
Keywords: Spatial data infrastructures -- Malta
Spatial analysis (Statistics)
Regional planning -- Malta
Regional planning -- Technological innovations -- Malta
Cities and towns -- Malta
Issue Date: 2017
Publisher: University of Malta. Department of Criminology
Citation: Mallia, F. (2017). Would spatial planners benefit from better familiarity with integrated ICT based technologies?. In S. Formosa (Ed.), Emergent realities for social wellbeing : environmental, spatial and social pathways (pp. 343-360). Malta: University of Malta. Department of Criminology.
Abstract: In contrast to popular notion, spatial planning does not belong solely within the privileged realm of spatial planners. Spatial planners constitute just one link in a chain of stakeholders who may use the tools provided by the planners with a view to achieve sustainable development objectives (Karlenzig, 2012). The success or otherwise of spatially oriented plans and policies greatly depends on each link within this imaginary chain.
URI: https://www.um.edu.mt/library/oar//handle/123456789/39450
ISBN: 9789995790813
9789995790905
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