RECONSTRUCTION PLAN APPLICATION TOOLS AND URBAN RENEWAL
9th International Multidisciplinary Scientific GeoConference - SGEM2009, www.sgem.org, SGEM2009 Conference Proceedings/ ISBN 10: 954-91818-1-2, June 14-19, 2009, Vol. 1, 821-826 pp
Urbanization in many aspects in the process of social change and forming has its own
distinct features. Especially urbanisation in the developing countries like us has been
experienced a process including both traditional and modern institutions and socioeconomic
The most important component on implementation of the plans which prepared to
redirect the development is plan implementation tools. In this way, while the plan
application was being provided, the equal share of urban income can be given by the
tools so, income pressure can be minimized and speculation can be prevented.
Today our cities have been living a collapse because of over population, economical
conditions, unplanned construction, improper site selection and supply-demand trends.
The collapse which is felt in our country as in the world is not only seen in
underdeveloped countries having urbanization problems but also developed countries
which have experienced rapid transformation problems since the 19th century.
In today’s world, urban renewal has been perceived as a period which the approaches for
urbanization has been revised, the continuous and healthy city areas have been formed
and a new content has been given to the reconstruction plans by revising the plans and
In this study, assessments will be done on the methods applied to construction plans in
Turkey and the effects of the methods on urban renewal.
Keywords: Urban renewal, local government, application
PAPER 2009/s07.12: RECONSTRUCTION PLAN APPLICATION TOOLS AND URBAN RENEWAL
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