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urban

1. of, relating to, or constituting a city or town
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New Urbanism is not expressly theological; indeed, Bess concedes that most New Urbanists are secular progressives.
As far as The Urbanists is concerned we see South Wales being the beneficiary of funds from Europe in 2014 and hope we will assist the direction of that investment to create a more vibrant economy.
Four of the Powell Dobson Urbanists team went on to win the challenge.
BDP, a major UK practice of architects designers, engineers and urbanists which launched its new Abu Dhabi studio recently, got a top ranking in the inaugural Sunday Times HSBC International Track 100 list.
Architects and urbanists are quiet but one should know that what is now taking place in Skopje can tomorrow happen to any other city in the country.
BDP is Europe's largest interdisciplinary corporate group of architects, designers, engineers and urbanists.
Right now it's a place that young urbanists can move into.
And the New Urbanists, or at least the more lucid among them, have adopted this principle, among other things, for the sake of a more environmentally responsible ethos of community-building.
In contrast to what is today seen as the norm of suburban sprawl (large developments of single uses, such as single-family residences), New Urbanists wish to rebuild a sense of community within the metropolitan area by using "universally accessible public spaces and community institutions" such as town squares, through architecture that "celebrate[s] local history, climate, ecology, and building practice.
Green design is losing its isolation, with alliances between the human-scale land-use planners known as New Urbanists and progressive architects.