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Upd 1

introduction to sensitizing students to urban development process

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Upd 1

  1. 1. Urban Planning & Development 1 What is urban? What is urban planning? What is land? What is built environment?
  2. 2. Urban - Place Urbane – Human Urbanization - phenomena Technology (most importantly in terms of transport and communication) has a big role to play Degree of self- sufficiency is low in Urban areas Transformations are of following types Land ----- Built Agriculture/natural/water ---- Non-natural use Self –sufficiency ---- intra/inter dependence/functional linkages model of living
  3. 3. URBAN - Census of India definition (a) all places with a Municipality, Corporation or Cantonment or Notified Town Area (b) all other places which satisfied the following criteria: (i) a minimum population of 5,000. (ii) at least 75% of the male working population was non-agricultural. (iii) a density of population of at least 400 persons/sq. Km.
  4. 4. Physical Urban planning is a process of formulation of the plan of a settlement or region, as the case may be, which serves as a tool in guiding the manner in which land will be used for various socio-economic and physical activities and provision of infrastructure and development therein shall be carried out by the public or private agencies. It is a cyclic process of identification of goals and objectives; assessment of issues, potentials and priorities; evolution of alternative plans and their evaluation to select most appropriate concept; preparation of the plan based on the selected concept; implementation; followed by feedback and review to decode the future course of action, which, depending upon the results of review, could be repeat, refine or abandon the plan. The issues could be related to socio- economic and physical development or financing, management, environment, heritage disaster or political considerations. Source: Kulshreshtha S.K., 2012. Urban and regional Planning in India. A handbook of Professional Practice. Sage, New Delhi
  5. 5. LAND
  6. 6. Its motor able approach
  7. 7. Its development in infrastructure
  8. 8. Regional connectivity
  9. 9. Infrastructure provisioning
  10. 10. Site development and construction
  11. 11. The product
  12. 12. Assignment – Observe the built environment around you (Amity Campus and bring out elements that u see
  13. 13. Physical Urban planning is a process of formulation of the plan of a settlement or region, as the case may be, which serves as a tool in guiding the manner in which land will be used for various socio-economic and physical activities and provision of infrastructure and development therein shall be carried out by the public or private agencies. It is a cyclic process of identification of goals and objectives; assessment of issues, potentials and priorities; evolution of alternative plans and their evaluation to select most appropriate concept; preparation of the plan based on the selected concept; implementation; followed by feedback and review to decode the future course of action, which, depending upon the results of review, could be repeat, refine or abandon the plan. The issues could be related to socio- economic and physical development or financing, management, environment, heritage disaster or political considerations. Source: Kulshreshtha S.K., 2012. Urban and regional Planning in India. A handbook of Professional Practice. Sage, New Delhi

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