A s you walk, drive or commute around a major metropolitan city, you can be amazed by several things at once. The planning – or lack thereof – in certain areas. Impressive cultural landmarks. The blend of modern and classic.
Successful cities do not spring up overnight. They must evolve and change to suit different generations. This adjustment does not happen organically. Investment is planned and chosen areas revitalised. There are upgrades to be made and end users to think about. Flow of traffic, people, goods and services to consider.