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Regional characteristics of building supply in a newly developed city in Japan

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Author(s): Jun Tsutsumi

Journal: Dela
ISSN 0354-0596

Issue: 21;
Start page: 495;
Date: 2004;
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Keywords: settlement geography | urban geography | Japan

ABSTRACT
In this study the author undertook a micro-level analysis of the relationship between landownershipchange and the growth process of Sapporo city. The most important questionsaddressed by this paper are: Why the process occurred?; When did it occur?; Where did ittake place?; Who was responsible?; and, How was it conducted? The author analyzed thelong-term process of building supply and revealed how many renovation cases were identifiedthat were brought about by newly advanced land purchasers, and how many cases werebrought about by original land-owners without land-ownership change.
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