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general and regional settlement patterns in cities

The regional patterns of settlement solve some problems of a large city and its territorial planning structure, related to the definition of population, territorial growth, structural and sectoral composition of the city-base. They identify actions to achieve greater proportionality in the growth rate and concentration of the economic base... read more >>

formation of mega

On formation of mega-cities and the regulation of residential areas within them at the same time is influenced by the centripetal and centrifugal tendencies of socio-economic development. At the same time, the very emergence of mega-cities, according to experts, should be regarded as a trend of decentralization, which began a limited... read more >>

formation of the spatial ranges

The basis of the spatial parameters of the systems to detect clusters of populated areas - the marginal cost of time pendulum migrants on the availability of large urban centers, is 1,5-2 hours and fit approximately within the boundaries of the 50-kilometer radius distance (beyond 1.5-2-hour availability of labor pendulum connection even... read more >>

from urban centers to group systems

In the spatial aspect of such a course of development is usually a top-priority development directly adjacent to a major city areas surrounding residential areas, and in some cases, to absorb them. This increases the amount of exemption for construction of farmland, small towns and villages do not receive incentives for socio-economic growth... read more >>

functional urban planning structure

The resulting excessive centripetal tendencies over time turned into a mechanism to overcome the inhibitory territorial socio-economic differences. Therefore, a considerable part of the book given to the transformation of existing functional structures of urban planning and settlement systems, identify their assumptions polycentric... read more >>

functions of cities

The predominance of a single axis in the urban district of the organization and the absence of any significant transverse directions of development leads to the inevitable occurrence of eccentricity in the structure of the center zone of influence overlapping zones of accessibility in the direction of the chain of existing centers. Delineation... read more >>

balanced development of settlements

concept of urban development

Develop a network of cultural institutions

dynamics of growth of major cities

Effectiveness group companies

from urban centers to group systems

Goal of urban planning policy

growth rate of urban population

interaction of road transport

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