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  • Land settlment in Sabah : from the Sabah Land Development Board to the Federal Land Development Authority
  • Colonisation agricole ; Développement régional ; Géographie de l'Asie ; Malaisie ; Plan de développement ; Plantation ; Sabah ; Zone intertropicale
  • La politique de développement rural en Sabah de 1969 à 1987.
  • Housing price, land supply, and revenue from land sales
  • Government intervention ; Hong Kong ; Housing ; Housing cost ; Housing market ; Land ; Land market ; Real estate development ; Urban planning
  • sales is consistent with the efficient allocation of resources. The A. also shows that the amount of land sales by the government and land in developers' land banks tend to decrease when market interest rates increase. Land banking behaviour is governed
  • The A. shows that there is no causal relationship between land supply and housing prices. Estimations based on the annual data of Hong Kong's public land sales find that the government acts to maximise land revenue. Maximisation of revenue from land
  • Land reforms and development in Pakistan
  • Développement ; Géographie de l'Asie ; Pakistan ; Réforme agraire
  • Land reforms and development in Pakistan
  • Développement ; Géographie de l'Asie ; Pakistan ; Réforme agraire
  • The price of land for housing in Trinidad : the role of regulatory constraints and implications for affordability
  • Housing ; Land ; Land development ; Land market ; Land value ; Market regulation ; Trinidad and Tobago ; Urban development
  • Développement urbain ; Foncier ; Logement ; Marché foncier ; Mise en valeur ; Port of Spain ; Régulation du marché ; Trinité et Tobago ; Valeur foncière
  • The paper argues that affordability of land and housing ownership is largely affected by cumbersome land transfer processes and an uncertain building permit approval process. By using Dowall's land market assessment methodology, the paper examines
  • land price changes and land conversion patterns in the East-West Corridor region between 1989 and 1993. An examination of institutional and regulatory constraints suggests that land prices are likely to increase in the future when demand conditions
  • Urban land use transformation and determinants of urban land use size in China
  • China ; Economic reform ; Land ; Land rent ; Land use ; Spatial allocation ; Town ; Urban development
  • Allocation d'espace ; Chine ; Développement urbain ; Foncier ; Rente foncière ; Réforme économique ; Utilisation du sol ; Ville
  • has been improved, and the size is related to urban reforms, land use adjustment, as well as to population growth and economic development.
  • An overview of the problems in urban land use and the impacts of economic reforms and planning policies on rapid urban land expansion and structural transformation is outlined. Statistical analyses reveal determinants of urban land size. This use
  • Regulating land development in the United Kingdom
  • Land use and landscape change in the Colorado mountains. I. Theory, scale, and pattern
  • Colorado ; Land ; Land development ; Land use ; Landscape ; Mountain ; Regional development ; Rocky Mountains ; Rural planning ; United States of America
  • Aménagement rural ; Colorado ; Développement régional ; Etats-Unis ; Foncier ; Mise en valeur ; Montagne ; Paysage ; Rocky Mountains ; Utilisation du sol
  • Residential and commercial land development in Colorado is examined at three scales: regional (net-like pattern of private lands), landscape (spread of ranchettes), and site (e.g. building on ridge tops). This development is now driven by services
  • , recreation and the information businesses. More than in the past, the current activities fragment land ownership and disturb nearby land set aside as wild. - (DWG)
  • Land holding and the development of residential land in Reservoir Hills.
  • Paper describes investigation into land holding practices and the development of residential land in an Indian Suburb of metropolitan Durban. The common belief that land speculators are responsible for large underdeveloped areas is shown
  • The implementation of the Development Facilitation Act in KwaZulu-Natal : review and analysis
  • Development strategy ; Land ; Land development ; Land tenure ; Legislation ; South Africa
  • Afrique du Sud ; Foncier ; Législation ; Mise en valeur ; Régime foncier ; Stratégie de développement
  • The Development Facilitation Act of 1995 was introduced to expedite land development in South Africa and to overcome the complex land tenure issues created by the disparate planning legislation of the apartheid era. The three year period 1998
  • Recent development of land use in China in Land use in China.
  • Cultivated land is mainly used for growing staple foods. Factors exerting influence on land use are : the traditional Chinese way of intensive land use, population pressure as well as economic situation. The structure of recent developments of land
  • use exhibits altitudinal agricultural land use, intercropping of crops and trees, two-tier and multi-tier land use.
  • The development of man-land relations in Asia
  • Corée du Sud ; Développement ; Géographie de l'Asie ; Histoire rurale ; Inde ; Rapport homme-terre ; Structure agraire
  • The paper deals with land tenure institutions in the wake of socio-economic development by analysing the man-land relations in Asia, during different periods of history. India and Korea are taken as empirical examples. - (l'A.).
  • Land settlement policy in the Scottish Highlands: a study of land reform in a developed nation in Development in Nordic and mountain settlements.
  • Land pricing mechanisms for sustainable agricultural land use planning in Ukraine
  • Agricultural land use ; Agricultural policy ; Land ; Land use ; Methodology ; Planning ; Price ; Ukraine ; Welfare
  • Agricultural land market development is among the top priorities for state agrarian policy in the Ukraine. land lease rates play an essential role in guiding land allocation, improving land use efficiency, determining rural welfare. Thus, fair lease
  • rents a key question of land market reform in the Ukraine. In this paper, we develop a metodology for land lease evaluation. It estimates minimum and maximum fair conditions both - for the lessors and the lessees. The proposed methodology is a new
  • conceptual approach for agricultural land pricing in Ukraine. - (BJ).
  • Planlegging i u-land. En seminarrapport om norske arkitekters og planleggeres arbeid i u-land Planning in developing countries. A seminar report concerning the work of norvegian architects and planners in developing countries
  • Aide technique ; Architecture ; Développement ; Géographie humaine ; Norvège ; Pays sous-développés ; Planification ; Sous-développement ; Tiers-Monde
  • Land use change and its corresponding ecological responses : a review
  • Biodiversity ; China ; Ecology ; Impact ; Land use ; Model ; Soil properties ; Sustainable development ; Water quality
  • Biodiversité ; Chine ; Développement durable ; Ecologie ; Impact ; Modèle ; Propriétés du sol ; Qualité de l'eau ; Utilisation du sol
  • Providing a scientific understanding of the process of land use change, the impacts of different land use decisions, and the ways that decisions are affected by a changing environment and increasing ecological variability are the priority areas
  • for research : explanation of scale dependency of drivers of land use change; quantification of driving factors of land use change; incorporation of biophysical feedbacks in land use change models; and underlying processes and mechanisms of ecological impacts
  • of land use change.
  • The strategic identification of suitable land for low income residential development
  • Housing ; Land ; Social housing ; South Africa ; Urban development ; Urban growth
  • Afrique du Sud ; Croissance urbaine ; Développement urbain ; Foncier ; Logement ; Logement social
  • The challenge to accommodate a fast growing population on well located land, with access to urban opportunities is considerable. Land suitability is defined and criteria for its identification are quantified to provide guidelines for urban expansion
  • Some fundamental issues in land and land-use planning in Nigeria
  • In a country where the socio-economic system is rapidly being transformed and the development is fast, it is urgently necessary to study the present land resources, and land tenure system and to collect data on the quality of the land in different
  • Japan's role in land resource development in the Canadian Northwest
  • Canada ; Développement ; Géographie de l'Amérique ; Japonais ; Mise en valeur ; Northwest Territories ; Ressource
  • Concept ; Gentrification ; Land ; Land rent ; Land use ; Land value ; Theory ; Urban development
  • Concept ; Développement urbain ; Embourgeoisement ; Foncier ; Rente foncière ; Théorie ; Utilisation du sol ; Valeur foncière
  • None of the studies about the rent gap theory of gentrification adresses the fundamental problem of its dependence on a distinction between actual and potential land rent. Contrary to some claims, there are no antecedents for the rent gap
  • in the history of economic ideas. The A. concludes that the standard neoclassical concept of land-use succession is more coherent than the rent gap concept.