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15). These pioneering projects of the early 1970s often met official opposition from planners, but it was not long before these very design principles and imagery became ensconced as the prevailing wisdom in local authority design guides. The most famous of these was the pioneering Design Guide for Residential Areas, published by the County Council of Essex in 1973 and discussed further in Chapter 3. A very clever variant of this townscape-based approach – one that has largely faded from professional memory – was illustrated by Ivor de Wofle in the pages of the Architectural Review in 1971, and published later that year as Civila: the End of Sub Urban Man.
Combined with Britain’s growing political conservatism during the 1980s, and … the emphasis by the Thatcher government on placing private and family interests above the collective, led to inner urban areas coming to look more like slightly compressed versions of the suburbs; rows of neovernacular two storey houses, each with a small front garden with a car parking space, but with little in the way of communal resources – house production rather than city building’ (Holyoak: p. 62). ) The 1980s found British cities without a coherent strategy for revitalization, with neither the private nor the public sectors being able to grapple effectively with the problem on their own.
Designing for the car contributed to the decline of urban form in city centers as countless buildings were demolished for parking lots, a practice facilitated by American property tax laws. Land is generally taxed in America according to its ‘highest and best use’. If a building sits on a parcel of land, the property owner pays taxes based on the productive use of that structure, whether occupied or not. If the owner demolishes the building, his or her tax bill drops quite dramatically: now the best use for the land is only a car park, and it’s taxed at a lower rate.