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What is a Slum

Public Interest in Planning - Slum Clearance

What is a Slum ? Slums are a physical and spatial sign of urban poverty. Individuals living in slums have next to zero access to administrations, for example, water, sanitation, and solid waste gathering. The majority of the lodging structures in slums are sub-standard and don’t conform to neighborhood building regulations. Frequently, slum occupants need

Hierarchy of Roads

Hierarchy of Road

A good planned city/town reacquires an efficient transport system. This can only be achieved if the town planner is well acquainted with different hierarchy of roads. Thus a town planner and transport planner must have a good understanding of hierarchy of roads in urban and rural areas. A productive urban way system, accompanies an order.

Techniques of SWOT analysis

SWOT Analysis

SWOT Analysis A scan of the internal and external environment is an important part of the strategic planning process. Environmental factors internal to the firm usually can be classified as strengths (S) or weaknesses (W), and those external to the firm can be classified as opportunities (O) or threats (T). Such an analysis of the

Hierarchy and Types of Plans in India

Hierarchy of Plans

Hierarchy and types of Plans There are number of plans available to direct the development in an urban or rural areas. The levels at which they operate is different & similarly the nature and details provided in each type is different. Hierarchy and Types of Plans are explained below Master plan : A coordinated act of

Information in a base map for different levels of maps

What is a Base Map ? A base map is a map which shows the existing physical pattern of the land upon which  survey info analysis or planning proposal can be superimposed. The information required for base map varies from map to map because it largely depends upon its scale, the area covered and the

Delineation Of Functional Regions

Delineation Of Functional Regions This method involves the grouping together of units which display a considerable degree of interdependence. Two basic approaches: (i) Flow analysis- based on actual observations of what people do.   (ii) Gravitational analysis- based on theoretical observations of what they might do. The two approaches are explained below in detail. A. Flow