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According to the accepted version of the local decentralization in the next phase of analysis were considered an alternative to the formation of planning: the first was based on the principle of compactness with a limited number of items of decentralization, the other was expected of the multi-development on the basis of the suburbs with the potential of intensive growth. Interrelated analysis of the prospects of demographic development in Kiev and the settlements of the local zone management, conducted in the light thresholds, showed the feasibility of development as the first alternative, assuming the concentrated development on a minimum number of sites.

Direction of planning control development of the Kharkiv Kiev metropolitan area were analyzed similarly to the embodiments of centralized and decentralized development (80 and 70% of urban population in the city center, respectively). In the first variant maintained the growth trend of Kharkov and suburban residential areas. Option decentralized development designed on the basis of the prerequisites for a more intensive development of the outer zone and contain extensive growth of Kharkov.

Comparison of options identified benefits of decentralized development, are better able to contain the population of the city center, as well as the formation of peri-sectorial planning districts (as an extension of the city) with the prerequisites to reduce commuting distance. The option proposed two schemes of regulation of the development planning of Kharkov in the settlement system: the first - ring shape accommodation populated areas stimulated by the development, the second - strip development, which coincides with the direction of the main compositional axis of the city center.

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