In 2001, AMO was charged to study the development potential of Harvard's holdings in Allston, on the other side of the Charles River. Although Harvard owns more land in Allston than in Cambridge, only 12 percent of its students are schooled there. AMO's planning proposal identifies three different ways of maximizing Harvard's urban development: (a) extension of infrastructure into Allston, (b) diverting the river Charles (Moses Scheme) and (c) establishing an infrastructural framework centred around three zones: Politics, Culture and Industry/Commerce (V Scheme).