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|Title:||PLANNING STRATEGIES FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF URBAN FRINGE: PUNE CITY|
|Keywords:||ARCHITECTURE & PLANNING;PLANNING STRATEGIES;URBAN FRINGE;PUNE CITY|
|Abstract:||Many problems in today's world are basically associated with rapid urbanization. It is not urbanization alone that raises problems, but the question is how, where, and in what form the population can be housed. Urbanization is a many-faced phenomenon and being the cause of socio-economic developments has functional and spatial dimensions. This process is characterized by mass urban influx as a result of which cities are growing at a much faster rate than its surrounding. The generation of complex interplay of markets, interdependency of functions and need for proximity to one another result in concentration. An increasing proportion of growing population migrates from one place to another in search of better prospects. The demand for space increases and the need for larger urban centers is felt. Thus, we see that the world's population is urbanizing at an alarming rate. With this process, the importance of urban land increases rapidly.|
|Research Supervisor/ Guide:||Joshi, Ashutosh|
|Appears in Collections:||MASTERS' DISSERTATIONS ( A&P)|
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