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Paper eres2015_134:
Does land fragmentation delay the implementation for urban renewal?

id eres2015_134
authors Hsiu-yin, Ding
year 2015
title Does land fragmentation delay the implementation for urban renewal?
source 22nd Annual European Real Estate Society Conference in Istanbul, Turkey
summary Land fragmentation is deemed to be a significant factor in delaying land development especially for integrating an urban renewal project. One strategy to identify urban renewal area is that the landowners designate the renewal units by themselves in accordance with the criteria as determined by the local authority. They may apply for implementation of the urban renewal business of that area in keeping with the regulations. However, land assembling always takes a long time in processing an urban renewal business so as to not all renewal units are successful led to successful urban renewal businesses. How long will a renewal unit take to implement an urban renewal business is crucial for successfully implementing urban renewal projects. In this study the time that renewal units take to implement urban renewal businesses and why they do were analyzed. _
keywords land fragmentation, land assembly, renewal unit
series ERES:conference
type paper session
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session Real Estate & Regional and Urban Economics
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