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The rapid growth of the urban population has caused problems such as poverty, marginalization, rising housing prices, lack of adequate facilities and welfare services, environmental pollution and overcrowding in large cities. Thus, in order to manage urban growth and its related difficulties, developing countries have decided to implement various policies such as: Family planning, rural development, controlling rural-urban migration, limiting the growth of large cities, symmetrical urban and new city development. In recent decades most developing countries have witnessed rapid population displacement to mega cities.
     On the other side, despite metropolis role in national development, increasing process of metropolitanization in most developing countries has cussed many problems which resulted national development to face many challenges in the end. City sprawl and relocation of activities and populations from central city to outskirts of the city, also population distribution outside of the cities is one of the most important sustainable challenges in metropolitan areas. In developing countries, growth and expansion of metropolis space has been associated with various urban issues and resulted in different types of environmental problems such as reduction of human environmental life quality, rapid growth and mis-planning of low-income settlements on the outskirts of metropolitan areas and continuation of such problems will worsen the existing situation in the not too far future.
Article Type: Qualitative Research | Subject: civil planning
Received: 2021/09/18 | Accepted: 2022/04/11

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