alexa Abstract | Infill Development: an Approach to the Optimal and Intelligent Development of Cities - Case Study: Zone 8 of Tabriz
ISSN: 2167-0587

Journal of Geography & Natural Disasters
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Abstract

One of the most important issues in the development of modern cities is the dispersed and horizontal expansion of cities. Due to a substantial effect of the form of a city on its stability, it is necessary to know study and understand its different dimensions and guide it to achieve sustainable development. Thus, infill development that is the simplest interpretation of urban endogenous development is considered as one of the urban smart growth strategies. Focusing on the vacant and abandoned lands in cities, infill development tries to load development on these lands. This study aimed to use infill development approach to achieve future development of Zone 8 of Tabriz and identify its potentials, in which several indicators have been used including quality of buildings, access and permeability, compressibility and granularity. In order to determine the final capacity of development and the effect of each indicator, the indicators were weighted by analytic network process (ANP) approach. The results of the study indicated that 38 hectares of the area under study had very high potential of development that accounted for 12.14%. Therefore, Zone 8 of Tabriz has much potential in the infill development. It could be said that half of the total area within the study area is prone to the internal development that requires formulating a suitable planning based on the principles of smart growth.

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Author(s): Razavian M and Samadi R

Keywords

Distributed and horizontal expansion, Infill development, Network analysis (ANP), Zone 8 of Tabriz, Environment-society relations, Governance, Nature conceptions, Social-ecological systems, Inter-species agency

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