Community and Regional Planning Program

 

Date of this Version

8-1967

Comments

Submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the award of the Post-Graduate Diploma in Town and Country Planning, School of Planning and Architecture, New Delhi, August 1967

Abstract

PART – III : TOWARDS A SETTLEMENT STRUCTURE FOR KEARALA

CHAPTER XIV :I SUMMARY OF FINDINGS AND OBSERVATIONS CONCLUSIONS DRAWN FOR PLANNING PURPOSES

CHAPTER XV : AN ATTEMPT TO CONCEPTUALISE THE EXISTING SETTLEMENT STRUCTURE IN KERALA • Case studies for establishing the concept • Basis for the concept • Flexibility of the concept

CHAPTER XVI : AIMS AND OBJECTIVES 0F THE PROPOSED SETTLEMENT STRUCTURE FOR KERALA

CHAPTER XVII : METHODOLOGY IN ARRIVING AT THE SETTLEMENT STRUCTURES; AND ANALYSIS • Saturation level of urbanization Population projection for 2000 A.D. • Life Tables for the estimated population • Labour force • Analyses of occupational pattern

CHAPTER XVIII : THE SETTLEMENT STRUCTURE FOR KERALA BY 2000 A.D. • Urban population distribution • Size of urban settlements • The urban focus • The other urban units • The hierarchy of settlements • Hierarchy of functions • Industrial structure and flow of economy • The social structure and rural-urban relationships • Why the major urban centres should be along the sea-coast • The movement channels and their relationship with the settlement structure

APPENDIX A

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