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Title: Exploring spatial and social dynamics of Andhra Pradesh land pooling model : A case of Amravati
Authors: Gunja, Tirumala Kumar
Keywords: Land Pooling Technique - Amravati - Andhra Pradesh
Lalitha Kamath
School of Habitat Studies
Issue Date: 2016
Abstract: Land pooling is a technique where public agency will pool the land from the land owners and gives a reconstituted land with providing all the other infrastructure facilities as a development and collects betterment charges for its financing. This type of development mostly taking place at the urban rural fr inges. Now a days, these lands are fully valuable not only in terms of economy but also have an agriculture landscape with a dependency of livelihood in the urban fringe of Indian cities. To shape or control the growth of the city, the spatial planning sho uld merge with the land policy and management reforms so as to allowing on the integration of spatial, socio - economic strategies. The other side of the scenario from the bottom up approach, the groups in urban areas or socially excluded and marginalized po pulations are actively engaged in negotiations for fair dealings. New capital city Amaravati in Andhra Pradesh is mired in a set of land claims & speculative and there is an opportunity to explore the ongoing dynamics in the area through the lens of govern ance & how the speculations rolling in nature. This research attempts to find the answer to the question of “implications” from such policy and tries to understand the gap of the ideal plan and the implementation of the actual policy
URI: http://192.168.194.112/handle/1/7435
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