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Informative Article | Urban and Regional Planning | India | Volume 12 Issue 3, March 2023
Need for RS / GIS Based Urban Fringe Land Value Evaluation Observations from a Tier II City in India
Abstract: As cities grow in terms of area and population, several changes take place within the city and in the surrounding areas. There is excessive demand for land on the rural urban fringe leading to haphazard development. The city and the fringe, although administratively fall in different areas, for the residents of the fringe, there is hardly any difference between them as the mobility is unrestricted and the use of municipal services takes place in the fringe without paying for it. Spiraling urban land prices, as stated by the United Nations Habitat Conference, is the most serious of the problems faced by developing countries in the urbanization process. There is a need to develop mechanisms using RS & GIS tools to regulate the land prices on the fringe.
Keywords: land use, land acquisition, surveying, compensation, municipal facilities, spatio-social networks
Edition: Volume 12 Issue 3, March 2023,
Pages: 49 - 53
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