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CORIOLANO, Germana Pires; RODRIGUES, Waldecy  e  OLIVEIRA, Adão Francisco de. Statute of City and their Instruments to fight inequalities partner territorial: the Palmas (TO) Director Plan Participatory. urbe, Rev. Bras. Gest. Urbana [online]. 2013, vol.5, n.2, pp.131-145. ISSN 2175-3369.

Palmas, the last planned city of the twentieth century, was implemented following an exclusionary logic of production of urban space, in which the territorial management, in default of the initial planning proposed confined to low-income population in the suburbs, in areas extremely distant inner city, poor infrastructure and public services. Based on this perspective, this article presents an analysis of how the Master Plan Participatory Palmas (MPPP), as the main object of territorial planning, instituted urban planning instruments aimed to reverse this process. It was observed in analysis that MPPP presented concepts and instruments designed to reverse the inequalities present in the use and occupation of urban land. However, the gap between the technical knowledge and the political desire, coupled with the great influence of the real estate capital over political decisions, reaffirm existing socio-territorial inequalities in the city, keeping the logic of residential segregation of low-income population.

Palavras-chave : Statute of City; Master plan participatory; Palmas; Socio territorial inequalities; Urban management.

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