عنوان مقاله [English]
Cities as centers of the city center to the outskirts of society, human beings are continuously evolving. In this regard, the provision of adequate housing has been accepted as the most important challenge for the population in developing countries has been increasing. Urban development dominates the landscape of the twentieth century the adverse consequences of social, economic and environmental yielded. Urban development and change is inevitable, But with proper planning and the use of indicators can be changed in order to carry endogenous development. Development within the existing urban plan of action to prevent the spread of undeveloped land on the urban and Green areas, both rural and urban areas is the development of vacant land and abandoned an appeal and sponsor to urban life. The present study was conducted to evaluate current policies of urban development for the city and whether or not the development of the city. In this study both the survey and descriptive - analytic study was used. To collect data for this study the results of the last general census of population and housing, as well as a direct reference to the center of the country's regions. Using multiple indicators to measure the development of botanical drug development is very sparse and ugly city, and the development of the not been done. In the city, due to the presence of Land within the tissue, improving the physical environment and housing development within urban development is possible but it started moving very, very slowly and is slow.
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