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Planning Pioneers

AICP Exam Prep HCC - Pioneers

Who is the Father of City Planning? Daniel Burnham
Who is the Father of Regional Planning? Patrick Geddes
Who is the Father of Zoning? Edward Bassett
Who is the Father of Environmental Planning? Ian McHarg
Who is the Father of Advocacy Planning? Paul Davidoff - he believed planners should represent special needs and interest groups
Who wrote the Chicago Plan of 1909 and what was it about? Daniel Burnham - it applied the principle of the City Beautiful Movement - fairgrounds at 1893 World's Columbian Expo were painted white and called "White City"
Who wrote "Cities in Evolution"? Patrick Geddes
Who drafted the 1st zoning ordinance? Edward Bassett
Who wrote "Design with Nature" and what was it about? Ian McHarg - it encouraged environmentally conscious approach to land use McHarg also came up with the concept of layering spatial data - it was the predecessor to GIS overlays
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