Management of Land for Industrial Buildings During the New Urbanization Process

Lin ZHU, Ling YAO, Hai SUN

Abstract


he purpose of this study is to locate the problems of the management of the land for industrial buildings during the process of new-type urbanization and new-type industrialization, and to find out the reasons behind as well as to put forward countermeasures. The results show that problems such as non-standard land supplying for industrial buildings, change in the use of industrial land, illegal sales, and low efficiency of land use are prominent during the construction and development of industrial buildings. These problems are caused by a lack of legal constraints, lure of economic interests, land rent-seeking behaviors, unclear regulations for settle-in enterprises, poor supervision on land use, and weak awareness of law when managing and using land. Based on the results, effective countermeasures to improve the management of land for industrial buildings are suggested including perfecting the laws and regulations, clarifying the development direction of industry, establishing linkage office system, refining the supervision on the ways of using land and strengthening the publicity of legal use of land.


Keywords


Land; Industrial buildings; Management of land

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/7709

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