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Ahmet YILMAZ and HÃ¼lya DEMÄ°R, TURKEY
Land readjustment (LR) is an important technique used in a variety of countries to realize the
development plans by converting rural land into urban land and providing city infrastructure.
Comparing to other land assembling methods (e.g., expropriation, and voluntarily boundary
exchange), LR provides a better land management in theory. However, in practice, although
the aim and the process are similar around the world, countries have different degrees of
success in application of the LR and only a few countries succeed using the positives of LR.
For the others, the procedure is still not introduced or the usage and success levels are far
behind the expectations which reveals the need for a comprehensive evaluation. The research
to date on LR has generally tended to focus on either describing the main concepts such as the
usage, principles, advantages and disadvantages of the existing LR implementations rather
than evaluating their implementation.
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