A Norwegian municipality decided to only give the chalets in a development numbers with no corresponding street names.
Necrotecture is an urban planning coined termed by Rowland Atkinson to describe the "dead residential space" created by a high density of mostly vacant residential dwellings.
An open access book focusing on the use of GIS in sustainable urban planning and management includes six chapters containing exercises and GIS data.
Amid US gentrification trends, municipalities are increasingly using GIS to study its impacts.
The History of Future presents a survey of the history of futuristic predictions from the nineteenth century on through the first two-thirds of the twentieth, in the English-speaking world