TRANSITION TO PROJECT FINANCING IN HOUSING CONSTRUCTION AS A NEW VECTOR OF URBAN DEVELOPMENT
URI (for links/citations):http://elib.sfu-kras.ru/handle/2311/111771
Gabdrakhmanov ., N.K
(Grigorieva E.M., Petrovskaya M.V., Gabdrakhmanov N.K.: 1PhD. Associate prof. RUDN University, 6 Miklukho-Maklaya Str., Moscow, 117198, Russian Federation 2PhD. Associate prof. Kazan Federal University, 18 Kremlevskaya Str., Kazan, 420008, Russian Federation e-mail: Grigoryeva_Elena@rudn.university, Petrovskaya_MV@rudn.university)
Proceedings of the XXV ISUF International Conference “Urban Form and Social Context: from Traditions to Newest Demands” (Krasnoyarsk, July 5–9, 2018)
The development of urban areas in Russia is closely linked to the problem of resettlement, which is based on two key factors: the size of the population of our country and the extent of the territory. The ratio of the population is about 150 million people, and the size of the territory is over 17 million km2. It makes it possible to estimate the population density: about 9 people per km2. While in other countries the density is much higher: in the USA, 30 people per km2, in Germany 229, in France 109 correspondingly. However, the resettlement of the population in our country is fairly selective. The main territory (more than 60% of the territory) is inhabited very poorly, less than 1 person per km2. Difficulties with proportional settlement are linked not only with the climatic features of particular territories (sharply continental climate, mountainous terrain, wetlands, etc.), but also with limited access to resources, including material and financial resources. Another significant factor affecting the resettlement feature is the significant distance between centres for the extraction of raw materials and its processing centers for the production and consumption of energy, which determines the high cost of infrastructure solutions for creating comfortable living conditions in remote areas.