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Valdivia's Comp Plan

SkeLeton

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Well, it turns out that Valdivia did have a comp plan and different zonings. Sadly, I have noticed that the director of the Planning department and the drawer of the map I have posted pics of, are Architects (with probably a bit of urbanistic experience I hope)

Please don't ask me about the difference about the zones, because I'm merely interpretating and I don't know the exact differences between them. The city's web site only shows the map, and doesn't provide any description of the different zones.

Overall View:
1192PRV-1-med.jpg


Downtown:
1192PRV-2-med.jpg


My neck of the woods (Isla Teja):
1192PRV-3-med.jpg


Pseudo-Suburbs:
1192PRV-4-med.jpg


Middle and lower income new neighborhoods:
1192PRV-5_-med.jpg


Larger versions in the gallery. Any questions, PM me... :-D

PS: Mods, move this thread if you believe it doesn't fit here. :)
 
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