Implementation Performance Evaluation on Land Use Planning: A Case of Chengdu, China



This paper aims at evaluating implementation performance of land use planning of Chengdu city from economy, efficiency, effectiveness and equity perspectives. The results shows that that over the period of 1997-2006,the land use planning of Chengdu city achieves a better implementation performance in economy, efficiency and effectiveness fields but in the equity fields is not so good. Then the paper proposes some policy recommendations to improve the land use planning.

Key words: Land use planning; Implementation performance evaluation; Chengdu city


Land use planning; Implementation performance evaluation; Chengdu city


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