Problems and solutions on land reservation system of small and medium-sized cities in China
Feng, Bing, Liu, Chunlu, Dong, Wei and Shi, Yimei 2008, Problems and solutions on land reservation system of small and medium-sized cities in China, in ICBBE 2008 : Proceedings of the 2nd International Conference on Bioinformatics and Biomedical Engineering, IEEE, Piscataway, N. J., pp. 4251-4254.
Based on the analysis of the basic principal of land reservation system of small and medium-sized cities, this paper gives detailed discuss on many problems which exist during the process of land reservation system, such as unclear function position of land reservation organization, single capital resource, unfair land compensation standard and incomplete urban design. It also submits the proposal—choosing one scientific model, establishing suitable organization, opening more channels for raising funds, and setting up reasonable land compensation standard to unify the land reservation in small and medium-sized cities, improve the efficacy of reserve departments, adjust and standardize the land market in order to promote the healthy development of small and medium-sized cities in the long term.
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150403 Real Estate and Valuation Services
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