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Urban reneval process in Turkey-General overview , economic and social analysis

  title={Urban reneval process in Turkey-General overview , economic and social analysis},
  author={Hans Brende Lind},
Turkish metropolises suffer poor infrastructure systems and weak structures due to unplanned urbanization as a result of migration waves from rural to urban. Slum clearance was a necessity to provide safe and quality life in the metropolises. Through the enaction of related laws and establishment of Housing Development Administration of Turkey (TOKİ) a new era started on urban regeneration. Since 90’s Turkey has been implementing several Urban Regeneration Projects (URP) due to fortify and… Expand
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