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Holiday settlement planning and design : a Tasmanian perspective


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Clark, Matthew 1996 , 'Holiday settlement planning and design : a Tasmanian perspective', Coursework Master thesis, University of Tasmania.

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Recent Australian studies, at both the State and Federal levels
into factors impacting on the Australian coastline have indicated
that a lack of attention in the planning of holiday settlements has
resulted in a range of social and environmental problems. Local
concerns on the transformation of holiday settlements into
satellite suburbs, have established a need for study into methods
of holiday development.
The purpose of this study is to provide a base for the planning of
coastal holiday settlements in Tasmanian rural municipalities.
This base is achieved through the study of existing holiday
settlements, and analysis of the cultural influences. This is in
order to create environments and compile a set of physical
properties which are characteristic of these settlements. Finally
the above analysis is worked into a practical example which
demonstrates how physical controls can be applied. Whilst this
study focuses specifically on coastal holiday settlements it is
hoped that the process of this study could equally be applied to
any discrete settlement.

Item Type: Thesis - Coursework Master
Authors/Creators:Clark, Matthew
Keywords: Regional planning, Coastal zone management, Vacation homes, Recreation areas
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Thesis (M.T.P.)--University of Tasmania, 1997. Includes bibliographical references

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