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gradual reduction and removal of production

To effectively regulate the development of Moscow must first of all, the adoption of measures to limit the extensive growth of non-core sectors of the city, characterized by rapidly increasing industrial production personnel. gradual reduction and removal of production , organizations, institutions that do not have the prospects for further development in Moscow, and placing them outside it goes beyond the economic, social, cultural, demographic (with respect to capacity, a sufficient number of highly qualified personnel ) of the capacity of the surrounding areas of Moscow and Moscow region as a whole, the scale was previously developed by regulatory activities.

corresponding to the manifold possibilities of urban area, on a scale that can be created optimal conditions for the regulation of such complex and diversified socio-economic complex, which is Moscow, can be formed within the Central economic district. Moscow - Moscow region - CED together form an integral economic complex, advanced system of settlement, and should become a single object of study and future urban development.

Urban management development planning structure of Leningrad and emerging on the basis of agglomeration was based on an established time-structure with the radical direction to which tend key point of application of labor, urban settlements, recreation areas.

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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