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Land Use Regulatory System (Zoning) the Development Process on Leased Land

By Trutnev, E.

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Book Id: WPLBN0000698307
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Reproduction Date: 2005

Title: Land Use Regulatory System (Zoning) the Development Process on Leased Land  
Author: Trutnev, E.
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Language: English
Subject: United Nations., United Nations. Centre for Economic and Social Information, AID project impact evaluation report
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Trutnev, E. (n.d.). Land Use Regulatory System (Zoning) the Development Process on Leased Land. Retrieved from http://www.ebooklibrary.org/


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Excerpt: The present edition of the Manual A Development Process on Leased Land has been prepared in accordance with the plan for the AThe Land Use Regulatory System (Zoning) Project which was implemented in a number of Russian cities by the United States Agency ...

Table of Contents
TABLE OF CONTENTS Executive Summary Introduction PART I. IMPROVING PROCEDURES FOR ALLOCATION OF LAND FOR CONSTRUCTION 1.1. Analysis and assessment of the existing process of allocation of long-term land use rights for development projects in Russian cities 1.1.1. Typological situations and current legal foundation in the process of land allocation. 1.1.2. General overview of the current Russian regulatory system of land use and land development and an analysis of its adequacy for the requirements and conditions of the developing real estate market 1.2. Recommendations for city administrations on improving the process of allocation of long-term land use rights, preparation and implementation of development projects 1.2.1. Analysis of existing procedures 1.2.1.1. Similarity of existing procedures. Step-by-step description of existing land allocation procedures through negotiations with an applicant. ARCHITECTURAL AND PLANNING ASSIGNMENT - in the context of existing procedures 1.2.2. Suggestions on improvement of the existing procedures. 1.2.2.1. Concept for successive improvement of existing procedures Distinguishing features of the initial stage of transformation. Fate of such documents as ARCHITECTURAL AND PLANNING ASSIGNMENT within new city planning regulation APPENDICES TO PART I. Analytical materials illustrating the procedures for allocation of rights to land and development Appendix 1.1. Chart to develop a typology of cases for allocating land


 

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