3 edition of Do landowners constrain urban redevelopment? found in the catalog.
Do landowners constrain urban redevelopment?
by Department of Land Economy, University of Aberdeen in Aberdeen
Written in English
|Statement||David Adams ... [et al.].|
|Series||Aberdeen papers in land economy -- 99-01|
|Contributions||Adams, David, 1954 Sept. 10-, University of Aberdeen. Department of Land Economy.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||36|
In principle, I can see a case for extending compulsory purchase powers to general urban redevelopment projects. Transaction costs and holdout problems can lead to market failure and a sub-optimally small amount of redevelopment. In practice, I am skeptical, for three reasons: 1. successful tool for encouraging the redevelopment of contaminated sites. Efforts to develop brownfields and other urban properties are further advanced through the passage of smart growth initiatives.
Downloadable! Urban redevelopment and infrastructural rehabilitation have been suggested as the solutions to the rapidly declining urban centres in developing countries. In order to qualify for external loans and aid for such redevelopment efforts and to ensure the replicability of such projects, the principles of cost-recovery and cost effectiveness have been advocated. Compare Martin Anderson, The Federal Bulldozer, in URBAN RENEWAL, supra note , at (arguing that the entire concept of public involvement with urban redevelopment is flawed), with HERBERT J. CANS, PEOPLE AND PLANS: ESSAYS ON URBAN PROBLEMS AND SOLUTIONS () (defending the concept of publicly administered redevelopment and.
The Potential Use of Land Readjustment as an Urban Redevelopment Strategy in the United States: Assessing Net Economic Value By Melissa Schrock Submitted to the Department of Urban Studies and Planning and the Program in Real Estate Development on J , in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degrees of. 4 URBAN REDEVELOPMENT IN CHINA: PROBLEMS AND CHALLENGES. Literally speaking, urban redevelopment refers to the redevelopment of the existing urban construction land. It is in contrast to outward urban expansion and urban sprawl that has characterized China's land‐centered urbanization model since the mid‐s (Lin, ). The previous.
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The authors examine the nature and significance of ownership constraints within the urban redevelopment process. They suggest that such constraints derive from the distinctiveness of land as a commodity, the imperfect nature of the land market, the behavioural characteristics of landowners, and the institutional context for land ownership, exchange, and by: Past discussions of urban redevelopment land assembly have been largely focused on surmounting a limited number of individual ownership constraints to assemble land for neighbourhood.
Due to the importance of landowners in the process of urban redevelopment, the attitudes of landowners towards fiscal measures was central to the research. In order to address these issues, extensive empirical work was undertaken in two Scottish and two English cities, reflecting significant differences in development policies and land law Cited by: RICS Research Findings No 34 - July “Do Landowners Constrain Urban Redevelopment?” identified the main types of ownership constraints and concluded that the time and resources consumed can result in a dampening effect on redevelopment which can prove fatal to proposed developments.
In the case of the redevelopment of village-owned industrial sites in Shenzhen, the decision-making unit is the village collective, which is the main de facto landowner of an industrial site in an urban village.
The village collectives' willingness, constraints and choices directly determine the redevelopment outcome of the village industrial by: Investment Constraints in Urban Regeneration: Property Developers and Local Authorities Perspective Do landowners constrain.
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It relates the need for a strong-willed government, backed. That's why Urban Redevelopment Authority (URA), Singapore's national land-use planning agency, relies on GIS to find new ways to minimize development constraints. Singapore's Urban Redevelopment Authority uses GIS for its short- and long-term planning of the Marina Bay cityscape.
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The trial court sustained Landowners preliminary objections.4 The Redevelopment Authority has appealed both orders.5 It argues that the trial court misapplied the Urban Redevelopment Law (Law), Act ofP.L.as amended, 35 P.S.
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