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Existing tools for capturing a community's vision during a spatial planning and land-use management exercise often do not adequately articulate a community's vision in an inspiring way and in a way that planners and the community are able to communicate what the vision actually means. The 'pattern language' approach, pioneered by Christopher Alexander and others, is introduced as a possible 'new' approach in South Africa that can be used to articulate a community's vision as part of a municipaldoi:10.18820/2415-0495/trp76i1.3 fatcat:rnzyplnt4vez3d5ypcr74t6riy