Analysis of Peri-Urban Areas Under Durg-Bhilai Development Plan Using Satellite Image: Need of Policy & Challenges to Governance: A Review
Keywords:Peri-Urban development, GIS, Land use / land cover, Urban sprawl.
Continuous growth of built-up areas results in uncontrolled momentum of urbanization at peri urban areas which results in increment in change in land use / land cover of urban landscapes. This results in creating issues such loss of agricultural land, unauthorized urban sprawl, high land values etc. which might have both negative and positive impacts. This study focuses the development of Rural-Urban Fringe at various villages of Proposed Development Plan 2031 of Durg district. The objective of the study is to find to find the possible reasons of development by considering land value factor, land diversion of agriculture lands for spatial distribution in informal manner and development impact at the different neighbor revenues. Secondary analysis- Monitoring urban growth followed by land use change detection at spotted places of city using GIS with help of BHUWAN portal. Primary analysis- Finding reasons of development of various spotted/selected places on villages by public questionnaires/participations. To study development hierarchy at such village this includes analysis of illegal plotting. In most of the previous scheme/policy of government have made attempts to incorporate policy such as land pooling, land acquisition etc. for the full control of land at several million plus cities.
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