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Translation of National Urban Policy on International grounds

Projected population in urban areas and growth rates from 2018 to 2030

The Global Quest of Urbanization Urbanization is not a new phenomenon. But surely, it took on a whole new dimension in the 20th century. There is a drastic historic transformation of social roots on a global scale. According to WHO, urbanization is the process of global scale changing the social and environmental landscape on every continent.

Brownfield Development – Background, Setbacks and Examples

Brownfield Development - Developing Land

Background to Brownfield Development Brownfield Development is a term in urban planning which includes land that has previously been contaminated or used by industrial waste that has now become vacant and unused. It is a term that is opposite to its counterpart of Greenfield Development. However, Brownfield Development can be regenerated and used again if

Land pooling- Is it an answer for land acquisition afflictions?

Land Pool

Land pooling is a technique for stimulating efficient and even-handed land development in the urban area. This concept is worked out in many nations of the word and this concept is at least 200 years old. The concept has been more popularly utilized in Korea and Japan in the recent times. This concept is more

What is New Urbanism? | Definition, Concept & Benefits

Urbanism Environment Friendly

Architecture, city planning, and development are the basis for creating a community. As urban development grows, new urbanism is a concept in urban development that is becoming increasingly popular all over the world. New Urbanism – Definition New urbanism is a movement that started initially in the United States which became popular all over the

Greenfield Development


What is Greenfield Development? Greenfield development is a term often used for land that has not been used before for any human activity like agriculture or real estate development. Greenfield Land is generally land where there is no development of any kind. These open fields evolve on their own volition and are often sprawling expanses of