Modern cities void socio-cultural, ecological and communal characters of humankind for dwelling in the run of political and economic competency. Heritage concerns and conservation attitudes have also been faded in these converted modern cities. Historic cities in some extent have retained the legacy of sustained urban life and environment while development forces still suppress values of historic urban characters and evidently the identity of place. This undermines the compatibility towards spatial patterns of historic settlement and loosens viscosity of historic city within its boundary unless appropriate reconciliation of conservation and development trends are available. This manuscript focuses on amorphous relationships and integration potentials between urban typologies and development context of new development and cultural heritage areas for planners and conservationists. Along with integrity aspects of historic urban landscape as a tool for integrated urban conservation, this book illustrates the strategies for urban spatial continuity, broadened heritage concepts and conservation oriented development with participatory mechanism in historic cities.