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Presented to:
Sir Mehtab Ahmad
Presented by:
Muhammad Azaz 1811
Faisal Nadeem 1814
Fahad Idrees 1815
Hafiz umair 1817
Ghul...
 Origin of compact city
 Definition of compact city
 Need of compact city
 Compact city model
 General characteristic...
 The term compact city was 1st coined in 1973 by George
Dantzig and Thomas L. satty
 Two mathematician whose vision was ...
 Urban justice
 Urban beauty
 Creativity
 Ecology
 Easy to move and access
 Compact and polycentric diversity
 The compact city or city of short distance is and
urban planning and urban design concept, which
promotes relatively hig...
Form of space
 High dense settlements
 Less dependence of
automobile
 Clear boundary from
surroundings
 Clear identity
Form of Function
 Social fairness
 Self-sufficiency of daily life
Other characteristics
 Urban infrastructure especiall...
POSITIVE IMPACTS OF
COMPACT CITES
Environment
 Less energy consumption
 Less GHG (green house gases)
consumption.
 Pres...
 Lack of affordable housing’
 Poor access to green spaces’
 increased crime level
 Higher death rate due to respirator...
Melbourne (AUSTRALIA)
 31 municipalities
 4 million population
Toyama (JAPAN)
 City of Toyama
 0.4 million population
...
 Urban sprawl means the spread of urban
areas into rural areas such as farmland,
forests and coastal lands that lie on th...
 Low residential density
(1 house= 1 family)
 Lack of public transportation
 Unlimited outward extension of
urban devel...
Economic Impacts of Urban
Sprawl
 Urban Sprawl is not always checked
and systematic. This isn’t very helpful
for the econ...
 Urban sprawl can cause
automobile dependency.
 Increased Pollution and
reliance on fossil fuel
 More carbon emission
a...
Limit the sprawl
 By doing this, the city can manage its expenses
easily
 can also be more efficient during keeping track
of taxes.
 The...
 1. "What Is Urban Sprawl?" WiseGEEK: Clear Answers
for Common Questions. Web. 20 Jan. 2011.
<http://www.wisegeek.com/wha...
compact cities vs. urban sprawl
compact cities vs. urban sprawl
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  1. 1. Presented to: Sir Mehtab Ahmad Presented by: Muhammad Azaz 1811 Faisal Nadeem 1814 Fahad Idrees 1815 Hafiz umair 1817 Ghulam Dastgeer 1819 Ghulam Murtaza Ahmad Latafat 1827 Department of Geography GC university Faisalabad
  2. 2.  Origin of compact city  Definition of compact city  Need of compact city  Compact city model  General characteristics of compact city  Positive impacts of compact cites  Negative impacts of compact cites  Cities following the compact city model  Urban sprawl  Urban sprawl characteristics
  3. 3.  The term compact city was 1st coined in 1973 by George Dantzig and Thomas L. satty  Two mathematician whose vision was largely driven by a desire to see more efficient use of resources.  Compact cities were created by the idea of sustainable urban planning in the European countries in late 1990,s.  The concept of compact city is based on sustainability, a term used by a club of Rome in 1972.
  4. 4.  Urban justice  Urban beauty  Creativity  Ecology  Easy to move and access  Compact and polycentric diversity
  5. 5.  The compact city or city of short distance is and urban planning and urban design concept, which promotes relatively high residential density with mix land use.  Based on, I. Efficient transport system and II. Urban layout  Encourages walking and cycling, low energy consumption and reduce pollution.  Social interaction and eye on the street
  6. 6. Form of space  High dense settlements  Less dependence of automobile  Clear boundary from surroundings  Clear identity
  7. 7. Form of Function  Social fairness  Self-sufficiency of daily life Other characteristics  Urban infrastructure especially sewerage and water mains.  Multi nodal transportation  High degree of accessibility local/regional.  High degree of street connectivity including side walk and bicycle lanes.  Overlapping
  8. 8. POSITIVE IMPACTS OF COMPACT CITES Environment  Less energy consumption  Less GHG (green house gases) consumption.  Preservation of land for agriculture and water resources.  Efficient use of energy.  Low electricity demand. Economy  Low travel cost  Less congestion  Higher mobility and higher productivity  More cost effective public services provision e.g. road and water.  Maximize impact of public investment.  More frequent exchange of ideas which leads towards the innovation and wealth creation.
  9. 9.  Lack of affordable housing’  Poor access to green spaces’  increased crime level  Higher death rate due to respiratory problems
  10. 10. Melbourne (AUSTRALIA)  31 municipalities  4 million population Toyama (JAPAN)  City of Toyama  0.4 million population Vancouver (CANADA)  Metro Vancouver  2.2 million Curitiba (BRAZIL)  Southern Brazil  2.3 million people  7th largest city in Brazil  The smiling city
  11. 11.  Urban sprawl means the spread of urban areas into rural areas such as farmland, forests and coastal lands that lie on the outer edges of cities.  Urban sprawl is the unchecked spreading of a city or its suburbs.  It often involves the construction of residential and commercial buildings in rural areas or otherwise undeveloped land at the outskirts of a city. Boston
  12. 12.  Low residential density (1 house= 1 family)  Lack of public transportation  Unlimited outward extension of urban development  Leapfrog development  All transportation dominate by privately owned motor vehicles
  13. 13. Economic Impacts of Urban Sprawl  Urban Sprawl is not always checked and systematic. This isn’t very helpful for the economy.  The auto dependent development causes a lot of disadvantages including inefficient street layouts, car dependency Increased Infrastructure costs  Living in larger, more spread out spaces generally makes public services more expensive. Taxes are risen (bad for the people good for the government).
  14. 14.  Urban sprawl can cause automobile dependency.  Increased Pollution and reliance on fossil fuel  More carbon emission adds up in the atmosphere.  Urban sprawl may be partly responsible for the decline in social capital in the United States
  15. 15. Limit the sprawl
  16. 16.  By doing this, the city can manage its expenses easily  can also be more efficient during keeping track of taxes.  There will be good population control and more room for open space and agriculture, which every city requires. Otherwise, Counter Solution  Not every city has to limit its urban sprawl. Natural will do it by own.
  17. 17.  1. "What Is Urban Sprawl?" WiseGEEK: Clear Answers for Common Questions. Web. 20 Jan. 2011. <http://www.wisegeek.com/what-is-urban-sprawl.htm>.  2. "Metro: Urban Growth Boundary." Metro: Welcome to Metro. Web. 24 Jan. 2011. <http://www.metro- region.org/index.cfm/go/by.web/id=277>.  3. "Urban Sprawl: the Big Picture." NASA Science. Web. 25 Jan. 2011. <http://science.nasa.gov/science- news/science-at-nasa/2002/11oct_sprawl/>.  4. Sprawl Guide: Problems with Sprawl (Environmental Impacts)." Planning Commissioners Journal. Web. 26 Jan. 2011.
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