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Rostami S, Mirza-ali M. The Analysis of Land use Locations Regarding Rural Conducted Plans (Case: villages of GonbadKavuoos). SPACE ECONOMY & RURAL DEVELOPMENT 2013; 2 (4) :118-93
URL: http://serd.khu.ac.ir/article-1-1661-en.html
1- Assistant Prof. of Geography Department, Tehran PNU , sh_rostami@pnu.ac.ir
2- PhD Student of Geography and Rural Planning, Tehran PNU
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Rural conducted plan is being imposed to accomplish rural development. In fact, these plans are regarded as a document for social – economic development at village level. These plans aim to meet all of residential, services and entertainment needs within their time period taking into account village settings as well as the relevant ultra-plans. However, the implementations of these plans face some problems. This world be intensified taking into account unplanned rural development and shortage in corresponding allocated credits. These plans are ordered by Islamic housing institute. However, there exists some regional differences among geographical spaces. This in turn reduces the degree of accuracy of these plans and demand them some modification. The study area is villages of GonbadKavuoos. It further aims to investigate the locational criteria for different land uses pertaining to rural conducted plans. The research method is based on descriptive – analytical approach and it has applied nature as well. It is based on survey technique. This study suggests that locational criterion for these types of plans have been proposed. However, the lack of monitoring during implementation has diverted these plans from their predetermined goals.
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