Journal article

Outward views: Rights and utility in victorian state planning

A March

Urban Policy and Research | Published : 2003

Abstract

A long-standing urban planning maxim has been that there is no right to a view. However, the Victorian planning apparatus is increasingly admitting shared rights to outward views. This article explores this movement towards a procedural logic based upon inter-subjective and place-based understandings of rights and utility. © Editorial Board, Urban Policy and Research.

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