What Is Infill Development?

Infill development refers to the effective use of free land with complete public facilities in the urban area. Redevelopment is the replacement and reuse of existing land use structures, and the development of used land. The purpose is to change the pattern of low-density land use caused by urban sprawl and revitalize the urban economy. Therefore, it is not a pin-and-pin development, but is guided by reasonable planning. The developed land can be used not only for construction land, but also for green land and development. Open space and all other uses that help improve people's quality of life.

Filled development

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Infill development refers to the effective use of free land with complete public facilities in the urban area. Redevelopment is the replacement and reuse of existing land use structures, and the development of used land. The purpose is to change the pattern of low-density land use caused by urban sprawl and revitalize the urban economy. Therefore, it is not a pin-and-pin development, but is guided by reasonable planning. The developed land can be used not only for construction land, but also for green land and development. Open space and all other uses that help improve people's quality of life.
Chinese name
Filled development
Challenges faced
Large-scale land development
Nature
noun
Purpose
Effective use of free space
Filled development and redevelopment are
Although infill development is a very important means for community renewal and urban growth management, for developers, infill development is more expensive than the development and utilization of undeveloped land in urban fringe areas or suburbs. Its costs include land acquisition, demolition of existing structures, detection and cleanup of environmental pollution. Although some scholars believe that in large-scale land development, infill development is more financially feasible and effective. Large-scale development can benefit from economies of scale and reduce the negative impact of the decline and crime of surrounding communities. However, due to difficult problems such as land requisition and community support, large-scale infill development is often difficult to implement in a deteriorating community.
Land accumulation is another challenge for infill development. The available parcels owned by their target communities are usually scattered throughout the residential area. Developers must accumulate plot by plot, and often may be resisted by landowners. One of the solutions to this problem in urban management is land acquisition rights, but this is not welcome for urban management and community residents. Developers must address policy restrictions and apply to multiple government agencies for approval to demolish existing structures.

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