Credit Units: 3
Associate Professor ABD’Razack, Nelson (PhD; MNITP,RTP) Email: firstname.lastname@example.org College of Agriculture, Engineering and Environmental Design Department of Urban and Regional Planning
Learning Outcomes/Objectives: At the end of the course, Students should be able to: Understand the basic policies of urban infrastructure planning; Differentiate between Facilities and Amenities; Know the method of collecting data on need and requirements of urban population on infrastructure. Understand different planning procedure in investigating public utilities and services in urban area.
This course includes the following lecture themes: This course has the following thematic areas to be considered: 1. Meaning of urban infrastructure (Facilities and Amenities) 2. Planning consideration and design standards for public utilities and services
such as drainage, water supply electricity, telephones, sewage etc. 3. Design criteria and threshold population required in the provision of
infrastructure in a neighbourhood. 4. Methods of investigation for planning for utilities. 5. Management principles for public utilities and services. 6. The city as a system of services designed to support optimum functioning of
Methods of Instruction:
- a) Lecture b) Tutorials c) Field Work d) Design studio
- e) Term Paper and Seminar Presentation)
Methods of Course Assessment: Evaluation will be carried out in accordance with the university policy. The lecturer will present a written course outline with specific evaluation criteria at the beginning of the semester. Evaluation will be based on the following:
Criteria Marks Design Work 20 Term Paper 10 Semester Examination 70 Total 100
Pre-requisite courses: URP 312: Planning Studio III (Introduction to Urban Design) URP 322: Planning Studio IV (City Centre Design)
Co-requisite course(s): None
Recommended Reference Materials: Textbooks Foster, V and Briceño-Garmendia, C. (2010): Africa’s Infrastructure: A Time for Transformation. The International Bank for Reconstruction and Development/The World Bank1818 H Street, NW Onibokun, A. and Faniran, A. (): Urbanization and urban problems in Nigeria in Onibokun, A. and Faniran, A. (Eds.) Urban Research in Nigeria. IFRA-Nigeria French Institute for Research in Africa, Nigeria | Institut français de recherche en Afrique, Nigeria
Journals https://siteresources.worldbank.org https://www.jstor.org Web
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