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|by Eduardo, Ortiz Jasso | email@example.com |
|In the case of the Peninsula of Yucatan the pulsar effect is really big. Sometimes events are made for specific reasons. The investment for each event starts from the Local Government, or as part of the globalization, the effect most of the times is not part of the original planning of the city, so this makes a real difference between being a development city or not. |
THE PULSAR EFFECT
''The peninsula of Yucatan ,the development out of control and an unbalanced Sosiety''
The Pulsar Effect is for the planners in our times one of the most importants events for the development of the cities, our point of view about planning most be objective in this especific cases, the planners as important part of the development of the cities, have to
work in visualize and planning for each event, and be objective about how this events affect the space in the present but in the future too,have to be worry abut the demand of infraestructure, and the tools of control for do of each event an important part of the original context, have to work in how the process of back to the normality most minimize the effect and be ready for this process.
In the specific case of The peninsula of Yucatan this effect is really big, and have different points of view, sometime this events are made for specific reasons, the investment for each event sometimes start from the Local Goverment, or as part of the globalization, the effect most of the times is not part of the original planning of the city, so this makes a real difference between be a development city or not, the demand of infraestructure and services most be in this cases one of the most importants parts of the planning.
The effects in the society affect the structure and the feeling of this society because the big investments in specific places don't support the development of the original city, and this will affect the perception and the integration of this society.
After the event , the city and the society live the phase of visualize how the back to the normality most be slow or fast in different cases, this makes the difference in planning, the events are one specific period of time, but the city have to confront the demand of the services, the demand of labour, and in this region this effects are the begining of the new concept of the area to the world.
The cost of infraestructure is one of the elements for the event, and in the end of the event the proffit sometimes don't support the development of the city and the comunity , sometimes the big season or the low season in the case of the repeats don't keep the balance of the society.
In the case of tourism , this seasons makes the migration of labour in the region by example ,and this point in the high season increase the demand of services and infraestructure, and in the low seasons all the infraestructure is not used in some cases.
There are a lot of events , peaks and troughs, those most be studied and planning as much as possible but in the time, in the time of the event and in the time after the event, the repeats brings a lot of experience in each one so there are a lot of information for planning the next one.
The events in the actual and formal process of study most be visualize in a different perspective and find new methods of control and new points of view, participation and asotiation.
In my specific case as architect in Mexico in the Peninsula of Yucatan , the development of the area out of control brings a unbalance in all the society and a big demand of infraestructure and services, I want to be part of the programm because the theme of this congress is really important for me and I would like to have this experience for have more elements for support the development of this region.
thank you very much.
Architect Eduardo de Jesus Ortiz Jasso
Case Study presented on the ISOCARP Congress 2002: The Pulsar Effect
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