The evaluation of implementation of urban development projects (A Case Study: Amaster plan of the city of Zabol)

barani, M. (2016) The evaluation of implementation of urban development projects (A Case Study: Amaster plan of the city of Zabol). Masters thesis, University of zabol.

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With the increasing development of human communities, urban communities have been greatly Dgrgvny¬Ha and complexity These changes and the complexity of urban encompasses all aspects of life. In the meantime, never in human history, was not planning to speak today Tlayh¬Dar planning a prediction mode and the mode of reaction. In each case, planning issues and Bhs¬Angyz disturbed, but My¬Prdazd very important that the public have been known. In the meantime, as an example of planned urban master plan, to plan and determine ways of city development and supply requirements on the basis Byny¬Ha and urban development objectives, providing Tremblay This study is applied and the nature and methods of research descriptive analytic The method of collecting data in this research is library and field methods Thus, in theory and literature library and a study to analyze and assess each of the hypotheses By field research procedures were used to analyze the data from various tools, including Arc GIS software and SPSS software was used and finally to identify the percentage of implementation or nonimplementation of any urban area uses the matrix of objectives and actions were The results indicate that the master plan of Zabol in the context of achieving the objectives of the proposal was not successful in the field of land use As well as the main reasons for the lack of a comprehensive plan for the city of Zabol city's executive management weaknesses.

Item Type: Thesis (Masters)
Uncontrolled Keywords: evaluation, implementation, comprehensive plan, Zabul
Subjects: H Social Sciences > HT Communities. Classes. Races
Depositing User: admin admin1 admin2
Date Deposited: 14 Jun 2017 06:26
Last Modified: 14 Jun 2017 06:26

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