Plot Reconstitution and Land Readjustment in Urban Planning
Keywords:Land Banking, Land Readjustment, Plot Reconstitution, Land Pooling, Land Sharing, Transfer Of Development Rights.
Rapid urbanization in the developing world is causing a lack of municipal resources with public services falling further and further behind demand. New and redesigned settlements are needed but appropriate plots of land are not usually available. More efficient distribution of land is required. Land readjustment is one of the approaches to deal with these urbanization problems. This paper briefly explains the land readjustment process and its potential use in urban development.
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