Infrastructure Financing through land The potential of using land based financing in Urban Local Bodies for infrastructure, has been mentioned by various studies. Commonly used land based instruments for financing urban infrastructure can be segregated into three types: Existing Land – Based Instruments S. No. Land-Based Instrument Examples 1. Monetary Exactions Betterment charges, impact fees 2.
The article on the city of Berlin is based on Samuel P. Huntington`s ‘The Clash of Civilization and Rethinking of World Order’. It theorizes cyclic process through which paradigms forms and re-forms. This is reflected in the transformations of physical environment and the philosophical basis of a generation. Based on this reading I have identified the
Abstract: Many of the significant urban transformations of the new century are taking place in the developing world. In particular, informality, once associated with poor squatter settlements, is now seen as a generalized mode of metropolitan urbanization. This article focuses on urban informality and challenges of dealing with the “unplannable” exceptions to the order of
Aim: To evaluate the quality of life in slums pre-relocation as well as post-relocation of slum dwellers of Seemapuri. Objectives: To discuss the existing living conditions of urban poor in the study area, i.e, Seemapuri To study existing policies for slums in Delhi. To analyse the relocation process and its effect on life of urban
Opposition by locals – origin of “NIMBY” NIMBY (Not In My Back Yard) is a widely used but lesser known acronym. Used by residents of an area and the concerned development agencies. This term is believed to be first used in 1980 in the Christian Science Monitor, an international news organization however its use in