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This chapter discusses key implications of the study—namely, the planning, urban design, policy, political, educational, and research implications of design review. Using relevant literature, this final chapter examines the impact of design review on, and its inter-relationships with, contemporary urbanisms or urban paradigms, conventional planning goals, and education and pedagogy in planning and urban design, and provides the lessons learned from this study and directions for future research.
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- Conclusion, Implications, Related Paradigms, and Future Research
- Chapter 10