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Growth in industrial production in urban areas

Despite the presence in major cities, huge, inefficient use of functional areas, they continue "moving" into new territory, often at great cost of engineering, the classes of valuable agricultural land and recreation.

In the predominantly extensive development in cities and major cities have become a trend of incidence of return of accumulated economic potential. They declined growth rate of industrial production , fell short of modern requirements and the structure became obsolete production assets remained low use of the equipment shift coefficient remained significant proportion of heavy physical labor in industry. Location of new businesses, conducted with the General Plan and the goal of limiting the extensive growth of large cities, often went against the need to restructure existing enterprises and actually prevented the formation of the prerequisites of productivity growth. It has often been divorced from the goals of improving the economic base of the branch structure of a large city, its resources, worsen the production infrastructure.

For a long time maintained a very high proportion of the mechanical population growth. With its planned taking into account the populations of many master plans of major cities. Sustaining a high level of mechanical growth, coupled with its poor technical equipment hindered the process of updating the economic base, increased the features extensively in the development of a large city.

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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