Metropolitan systems are developing rapidly, growing in number and size, frequently disregarding essential planning guidelines, primarily in terms of spatial distribution. According to UN predictions, urban and metropolitan systems will markedly expand in the next 3 decades, raising shared concerns in distribution management, determining inequalities between social classes, even in developed countries. Soil becomes, then, the most important economic asset, since correct spatial distribution rules will significantly influence the perception of value in urban and metropolitan systems, determining long term effects on decision-making processes.

The Importance of Including the Value of Soil in Metropolitan Planning Strategies

Pandolfi Alessandra maria
2019

Abstract

Metropolitan systems are developing rapidly, growing in number and size, frequently disregarding essential planning guidelines, primarily in terms of spatial distribution. According to UN predictions, urban and metropolitan systems will markedly expand in the next 3 decades, raising shared concerns in distribution management, determining inequalities between social classes, even in developed countries. Soil becomes, then, the most important economic asset, since correct spatial distribution rules will significantly influence the perception of value in urban and metropolitan systems, determining long term effects on decision-making processes.
Economic sustainability in urban planning, Real estate values, Soil protection and awareness, Spatial distribution rules, Urban rent
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