City structure planning

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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, deepening disproportions in the development of central and peripheral areas of urban agglomerations.

Building on the growth of agglomerations of social, economic and cultural integration of the population in the absence of deliberate planning reforms is largely unregulated nature of its adaptation to the evolving structure of the sites of application of labor, public facilities maintenance of the city center and other populated areas. Functional relationship of the population, the overall balance of which the largest share belonged to the labor movement, "self-organize," depending on several factors: the magnitude and diversity of economic, industrial and socio-cultural potential of a large city center, the degree of remoteness settled in his area of ​​influence of the population; structure settlement, size and functional-sectoral profile of populated areas; types of facilities and transport links. Converting agglomerations in campaign-regulated system of settlements should contribute to the creation of preconditions for the reorganization of the existing structure of relations in the direction of maximum reduction of the proportion of irrational movements.

Large volumes of such movements today are caused by non-comprehensive development of social, economic, transport infrastructures, settlements, lack of peripheral areas of agglomerations support centers local, single-industry development of the economic base in many small towns and other causes.

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