Connotation and Implementation Countermeasure of Land Intensive Use in China’s Economic Core Areas Under the “New Normal”

Authors: Yuran Huang*, Peking University
Topics: Urban and Regional Planning
Keywords: New Normal; Economic Core Area; Land Intensive Use; Comprehensive security concept; New-type Urbanization
Session Type: Paper
Day: 4/4/2019
Start / End Time: 5:00 PM / 6:40 PM
Room: 8216, Park Tower Suites, Marriott, Lobby Level
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In response to the serious challenges of national “food security” and “ecological security”, the basic state policy of “intensive land use, protecting cultivated land” and the economic development strategic positioning under the situation of “New Normal”that Chinese government put forward, this article systematically analyzed the concept and connotation of Economic Core Area, and dialectical relationship between the economical and intensive land, and pointed out that based on the high spatial-temporal matching degree of population, industry and land, Economic Core Areas in China are the main space-carriers of economic growth and urbanization, which to a countries and regions should be take as the key and promoted subject to realize economical and intensive land use. And then, according to the above analysis, this systematically cleared the connotation of Economic Core Area economical and intensive land use, and several basic cognitions of our country land economical and intensive, and pointed out that the extensive economic growth and distort the real estate market, land planning is not science, land property rights and obligations is chaos, land supply and management is incomplete are the main causes of the uneconomical and un-intensive utilization of land. At last, the research pointed out that for China to achieve intensive land use in Economic Core Areas under the situation of “New Normal”, she should from the aspects of mechanism innovation, urban planning innovation, technologies and standards innovation, as well as supervision and management innovation to pitching-in and lay out.

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