4 edition of Land use conflicts and planning strategies in urban fringes found in the catalog.
Land use conflicts and planning strategies in urban fringes
Oscar Simon Rodriguez Parisca
by International Institute for Aerospace Survey and Earth Sciences in Enschede
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references (p. 221-232).
|Statement||Oscar Simon Rodriguez Parisca.|
|Series||ITC publication ;, no. 27, ITC publication (Enschede, Netherlands) ;, no. 27.|
|LC Classifications||HD580.C3 R63 1995|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvii, 266 p. :|
|Number of Pages||266|
|LC Control Number||98141990|
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Land use conflicts and planning strategies in urban fringes: a case study of Western Caracas (Venezuela). Ghent University. Ghent University.
Faculty of Sciences, Ghent, Belgium. Land use conflicts and planning strategies in urban fringes: a case study of Western Caracas, VenezuelaAuthor: O.S.
Rodríguez Parisca. Land use conflicts and planning strategies in urban fringes: a case study of Western Caracas (Venezuela) By Oscar Simón Rodríguez Parisca Topics: Earth and Environmental SciencesAuthor: Oscar Simón Rodríguez Parisca. Title: Land use conflicts and planning strategies in urban fringes: a case study of Western Caracas, Venezuela: Series: ITC Dissertation, University of Ghent, Faculty of SciencesCited by: Book Description.
Planning and Conflict discusses the reasons for conflicts around urban developments and analyzes their shape in contemporary cities. It offers an interdisciplinary framework for scholars to engage with the issue of planning conflicts, focusing.
The focus is on managing the spatial conflicts -interest, use and value related- which are unavoidably created by land use change planning options so that cooperative final decisions can be reached supportive of sustainable development.
The area of application is the urban coastal region. qualitative research approach, attempts to describe the positive and adverse effects of urbanization on land use planning, livelihood and environment in rural-urban fringes, using the Town Council of Karuri, within Nairobi rural-urban fringe, Kenya, as a case by: Land Use Problems and Conflicts.
Causes, Consequences and Solutions. The causes, consequences and control of land use change have become topics of enormous importance in contemporary society. Not only is urban land use and sprawl a hot-button issue, but issues of rural land use.
Land use does not consider production only, but also land functions such as protected areas, land recreation, road-building, waste disposal sides and use- restricted areas such as buffer zones for exhaust gases, areas for regenerating groundwater, buffer zones for traffic noise pollution, Size: 2MB.
Camden Council Rural Lands Strategy Page 6. Community Strategic Plan. This Strategy aligns with the Community Strategic Plan which includes the following objectives: Urban development is managed effectively; and Rural land is adequately Size: 1MB.
Adaptation and Spatial Planning Responses to Climate Change Impacts in UK: the Case Study of Portsmouth. Cillo. Land-Use Planning and Climate Change Impacts on Coastal Urban Regions: the Cases of Rostock and Riga. Deppisch. Importance of Multi Sector Collaboration in Dealing With Climate Change.
The Case of Belgrade. The strategic planning process. Urban strategic planning is a specific instrument of management which encourages citizen participation in local policy decisions.
The partnerships which emerge from urban strategic planning are especially created for designing and. The comprehensive plan, also known as a general plan, master plan or land-use plan, is a document designed to guide the future actions of a community.
It presents a vision for the future, with long-range goals and objectives for all activities that affect the local government. Urban fringes—the transitional zones between urban and rural areas —are characterized by highly dynamic, spatially heterogeneous land-use and land-cover changes [24,25].This takes place because of the relatively lower land prices in these zones and the high frequency of land tenure change [26,27].Compared to urban environments, the faster rates of housing and infrastructure growth and Cited by: Summary Land-use planning involves gathering of data, projecting needs, and developing mechanism for implementing the plan.
Good land-use planning should include assessment of the unique geologic, geographic, biological, and historic and cultural features of the land.
National policies must be develop to protect the lands. The book teaches concepts and walks readers through how to identify potential land-use conflicts and make smarter land-use decisions using specialized methods and tools that complement Esri’s ArcGIS. Redlands, California—The number of people living in the United States is expected to swell from million today to just over [ ].
Land-use planning can help coordinate various land uses in a watershed, thereby minimizing conflicts and sustaining water quantity and quality for future generations. This schematic represents typical land uses and conservation strategies that might be found in a coastal mountain watershed.
required to select and adopt the best land-use. Types of information/data needed for land conflict analysis 52 Tools to visualize (data on) land conflicts 58 Toolbox I: Tools for land conflict analysis 60 Tool 1: Rapid Land Tenure Assessment (RaTA) 60 Tool 2: Land conflict stakeholder analysis 62 Tool 3: Gender analysis in the context of land conflict assessment Planning refers to the process of deciding what to do and how to do it.
Planning occurs at many levels, from day-to-day decisions made by individuals and families, to complex decisions made by businesses and governments. This paper focuses on community land use and transport planning, but most principles described apply to any planning activity. Strategic spatial planning commonly practiced in urban regions is suitable for exploring the link between planning and land-change domains because of (1) the territorial extent of most strategic spatial plans covers functional urban regions; (2) the strong focus on a strategic mission in these plans, often 20–50 years into the future; and (3) the fact that strategic spatial planning has consolidated over the last Cited by:.
Environmental, Social, and Economic Indicators of Urban Land Use Conflicts: Evidence From Istanbul Metropolitan Area: /ch Due to the recent increase in population, urbanization in developing countries progressed to the outer fringes of Author: Ufuk Fatih Kucukali, Lütfiye Kuşak.Therefore, fragmented urban growth is not beneficial for the land-use efficiency in large or medium cities.
Thus, more strategies of spatial land-use planning should be directed at new urban development around urban fringes. MSI is negative and significant in .Such conflicts are, however, not restricted to urban areas. For example, car repairing workshops and cargo container storages located near the residential suburbs can trigger land-use conflicts by raising the risk of fire and polluting the nearby environment.
For example, oil from the car repairing workshops can cause water pollution.