Rehabilitation, City modernizations, and more alike, are taking a toll on urbanization and everything under it. in times like this, a lot are saying that to keep everything at bay, architecture should have a say with political agendas and runs on City structures and development.
Since the start of a modernized era, every city around the globe has then since catered to improving their city infrastructures, and how their city looks and runs to keep up with globalization. As easy and positive as this sounds, not everything is done to keep this possible is majorly good and safe for the city itself and in preserving whatever history that the city has to offer.
More than city infrastructures, the government have been very adamant to make use of fields and empty ones to be turned into much more usable ones, whereby farmers or landowners are obliged to evacuate properties especially those with complex title arrangements. Simple garden deckings are being made in order to facilitate every portion of land and turn it into something useful.
By which, architecture needs a step up on the game since by architecture not only does it account for building and styling but also, valuing. In valuing comes the limitations of which ones are ready for rehabilitation, and which areas are to be left alone because of prehistorical or other values made by owners. Architecture develops the overall look of a city that is being urbanized, and, therefore, caters a lot to the government to make steady and right decisions along the way.
City developments are the prime installation of worldwide developments, especially by countries. But in return, let not development be institutional factors of lowering the historical and prevalent values of towns and properties by any form of alterations and use by the government themselves.