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Reformulating the development plan for Hofuf-Mubarraz Urban areas (Ministry of Higher Education series of publishing 1000 academic theses)

Khalid Rashid Al-Hussain

Reformulating the development plan for Hofuf-Mubarraz Urban areas (Ministry of Higher Education series of publishing 1000 academic theses)

by Khalid Rashid Al-Hussain

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Published by Translation, Authorship & Publication Center, King Faisal University .
Written in English


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FormatUnknown Binding
Number of Pages102
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL13209831M
ISBN 109960080072
ISBN 109789960080079

To overcome problems created by massive rural-urban migration, industrialisation, increased trade, a phenomenal rise in the number of vehicles, and their related environmental and socio-economic repercussions, Third World cities and governments have invested huge amounts in planning and in development projects. The Roles of Planner and Developer in the New Community Marshall Kaplan University of California Part of the Land Use Law Commons Recommended Citation Marshall Kaplan, The Roles of Planner and Developer in the New Community, WASH. U. L. Q. (). a wide number of development areas. Indeed, both have developed skill.

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Introduction. Peri-urban land, located in the transitional zone between fully urbanized and rural agricultural land is a mushrooming place for new informal settlement (Kombe, ).Informal settlements are areas where housing units have been constructed on land to which the occupants have no legal claim or the constructed housing units are not in compliance with the land use Cited by: Urban development plans in Khartoum 7 Refugee and IDP policies 8 Chapter 4 Governance and leadersh p n urban areas 11 Formal governance 11 Effectiveness of Khartoum’s governance system 12 Informal systems of governance 12 Chapter 5 The urban economy and l vel hoods 15 Urban livelihoods


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