Muitas questões interessantes no artigo, mas poucas respostas. Me intriga essa “implicância” que algumas pessoas têm com a concentração, considerando os beneficios que vem dai ainda.
A shortage of affordable housing is perhaps the most obvious feature of rapidly growing cities in developing countries. Today some 1 billion people live in slums. Housing involves structures as well as land, and the quest for better housing also involves innovative means of delivering inexpensive structures. It is hard to imagine that cheap housing structures will solve the problem of affordable urban housing unless the legal infrastructure is also effective and sensible. Ideally, land use planning should aim at providing safe, affordable housing in a connected city, with functional transport corridors and easy connections between jobs and housing.