- Study on Tianjin Public Housing Residential District Planning to Meet the Needs of Migration in Rapid Urbanization   click here to open paper content731 kb
by    Yuan, Gong & Yu, Xiao & Li, Lu | gongy20001@163.com   click here to send an email to the auther(s) of this paper
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It is a good try in more concerned about the demand of migration of a lot
of low-and-moderate-income population in rapid urbanization progress, and
more focused on the housing demand of urban “sandwich” group; and carried
out beneficial exploration on slowing down the population pressure in
central city and pushing forward the construction of new demonstration area
at suburbs.
Along the rapid urbanization, the housing problem of medium and low-income
residents in cities has been one of social problems, which is drawing the
attention of government in the world for a long time. In present China,
both the national policy and market of housing system are in the process of
perfecting, which pay more attention to the low-income residents and rural
residents. At the same time, planning and design ideas, criterion and
statute of low-income residential districts are in the process of
In late 2008, the General Office of the State Council issued the Several
Opinions on Promoting the Stead Development of the Real Estate Market and
proposed to strive for solving the problem of transforming urban low-income
poor family’s houses and shantytowns basically for 3 years. And public
housing construction has become an important method to solve housing
problem, promote healthy real estate market and meet people demand. In June
2010, seven national ministries jointly issued Guidance on Speeding up
Development of Public Rental Housing, and asked every area to formulate the
development plan and annual plan of public rental housing, and organize to
carry out by years. Before and after the policy issued, every area has
carried out the corresponding plan and construction about public rental
housing, the major layout is that the public rental housing groups with
large amount and small scale are distributed at every area of a city, which
brings inconvenience for the service level and final-period management of
supporting facilities.
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