You can find a list of databases recommended for Urban Development here.
How to search databases
Make a concept map or mind map to brainstorm the key terms and phrases that relate to your topic.
Then come up with alternative search terms (synonyms) to broaden your search.
Use Boolean operators, truncation and other strategies to join your keywords.
Watch the video below on 4 Tips for Awesome Searching
Where to search
Once you have created a search strategy, you are ready to start searching. The best place is to start is QuickFind on the Library homepage. QuickFind searches the Classic Catalogue and 90% of the databases the Library subscribes to. For more information see QuickFind Help or watch the video below.