By Fulong Wu
With urbanism turning into the main driving force of socio-economic switch in China, this booklet presents a lot wanted updated fabric on chinese language city improvement.
Demonstrating the way it transcends the centrally-planned version of monetary progress, and assessing the level to which it has long past past the typical knowledge of chinese language ‘gradualism’, the publication covers quite a lot of vital themes, including:
- local land improvement
- the neighborhood nation
- private-public partnership
- foreign funding
- home possession.
Providing a transparent appraisal of contemporary traits in chinese language urbanism, this booklet places ahead very important new conceptual assets to fill the space among the outmoded version of the ‘Third global’ urban and the globalizing towns of the West.
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As many “san lai yi bu” enterprises with capital from Hong Kong, Macau or Taiwan come to the Pearl River Delta, many collective organizations seek this type of land-use change. 32 You-Ren Yang and Hung-Kai Wang Before 1998, the approval process for farmland transformation was indeed flexible. Moreover, there was no limitation on the size of the land involved. Our surveys also indicate that “construction land quotas” did not exist before 1998. At the level of Dongguan city, construction land obtained by collective organizations before 1998 was still entitled to be used for development.
According to the 1998 Land Management Act, collective construction land includes land occupied by “township and village enterprises (TVEs)” and public facilities at the village level, as well as villagers’ housing land. The stipulations in the Land Management Law before 1998 (enacted in 1986) were loose regarding the conversion of collectively owned land from agricultural to construction use. Collective organizations can ask for a change of land use in the name of establishing TVEs. Many such TVEs are so-called san lai yi bu (processing supplied materials) enterprises.
China's Emerging Cities: The Making of New Urbanism by Fulong Wu