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E

e-planning
E-topia
Earth Abides
earth-bund
Earthly Paradise, The
Earthquake
East End
East St Louis
East Thames Corridor
EastEnders
eaves line
ecclesiastical exemption
echelon parking
eco-
eco-cement
Eco-media City
eco-park
eco-school
ecocentrism
ecocity
ecofreak
École des Beaux Arts
ecological desert
ecological footprint
ecological metabolic cycle theory
ecological skyscraper
ecologism
ecology
economic vitality
economics of agglomeration
economy, efficiency and effectiveness
econut
ecopoesis (also ecopoiesis)
ecopolis
ECOSERT
ecosystem
Ecstacity
ecstatic architecture
ecumenopolis
Eden Vale
edge
edge city
edge thinking
edge-of-centre
edgelands
edit
edited community
eds and meds
education for sustainable development
edutainment
Edwardian
Edwards, Arthur Trystan
effective housing supply
effectiveness
efficiency
efficient
Egan, John (Sir)
Eggs Up
Egoville
Eichler, Joseph
Einfamilienhaus
Einstein's Dreams
Einstein, Albert
Einwohnerdichte
ekistic elements
ekistician
ekistics
El Dorado
El, the
Eland House
Eldon Square Shopping Centre
Eldonians, The
electronic city
electronic pedestrian
electronic village
electrosmog
Elektropolis
element
elevation
elevational control
Elevational Control
elevator
eleven miles an hour
Eliot, TS
Elizabetha
elsewhereness
Elstow Garden Villages
embedded
embodied energy
embodied energy analysis
embourgeoisement
Embra
Emerald City
emergence
eminent domain
emmet
Empire Windrush
employment
employment zone
empowerment
empty nester
Emscher Park
emulate
enable
enabling development
enclave
enclavism
enclosure
encounter field
encroachment
end user
end-gaining
end-of-pipe activity
end-on perspective
endgabble
energy
energy efficiency
energy recovery
enforcement
enforcement agent
Engels, Friedrich
engineer
engineered architecture
engineering
English Cities Fund
English Estates
English Heritage
English Partnerships
Engwicht, David
enhance
enhanced building
enhancement
enjoyable
Enoch
enquiry
enquiry by design
ensanche
Enskede
enterprise neighbourhood
enterprise zone
entertainment management zone
Entralla
entry (also back entry)
entry treatment
Entwicklung
envelope
envelope scheme
enviro-crime
environics
environment
environment
Environment Agency
Environment City
environmental amenity
environmental appraisal
environmental assessment
environmental assessment audit
environmental capital
environmental conditioning
environmental determinism
environmental education
environmental fit
environmental geography
environmental graphic design
environmental health officer
environmental homogenisation
environmental impact analysis
environmental impact statement
environmental integrity
environmental justice
environmental noise
environmental planning
environmental statement
environmental technocentrism
environmentalism
environmentalist
environmentally enhanced vehicle
environmentally sensitive area
envision
eopolis
eotechnic
Epcot
eperopolis
ephemeralization
episode
Equilibrium
equilibrium model
equity
equity participation
equity planner
equity security
equity-sharing arrangement
erf
Erhaltungssatzung
Ersilia
eruv
escalator
Escape from New York
esplanade
ESPON
ESPRID
essay in civilisation, an
essential workers
Essex Design Guide
estate
estate agent
estate agreement (also estate contract)
estate culture
estate management board
estate village
estoppel
Eternal City, the
ethnic
ethnic community without propinquity
ethnic minority
ethnic village
ethnicity
ethnography
ethnoscape
Etruria
Etzioni, Amitai
eu-politogenics
Euclid
Euclidian zoning
euergetism
eugenics
euphemism
Euphonia
Euralille
eurometropolis
European Capital of Culture
European Regional Development Fund
European Social Fund
European Spatial Development Perspective
European structural funds
Euston Arch
euthenics
euthenist
eutopia
Eutopitecture
evaluation
Evangelistic Bureaucrat, The
Event-Cities
event-sequence model
eventrement
everyday space
everyday urbanism
Everytown
evolution
exaction
examination in public
Excellence Challenge
Excellence in Cities Programme
excess condemnation
exchange
exchange value
exchequer cost
exchequer revenue
exclusive
executive housing
existence value
existentialism
exit strategy
exopolis
expanded town
Expanding Environment, The
expansion
experiential envirotect
experiential envirotecture
expert system
expert witness
Expiation City
exploration licence
express consent
expression
extended family
extended suburbanisation
External City, the
Externality
extra-mural
extrovert buildings
exurb
exurbanisation
exurbia
eyes on the street

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Cities are gentrified in sequence: first by the risk-oblivious (artists), then by the risk-aware (developers), finally by the risk-averse (dentists from New Jersey)
Bill Kraus

   
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