University of Regina Abstract The film industry plays an important and largely under-theorized role in processes of urban change shaping the physical and cultural renderings of place in material and imaginative ways. In this paper, I examine the relationship between film and urban redevelopment at the Distillery District in Toronto, Canada.
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Abstract This study presents the analysis of Akure urban land use change detection from remote imagery perspective. Efforts were made to examine the direction that the continuous expansion of the city tends towards since its inception as a state capital in This involves imageries interpolation and overlaying to determine the land use changes, direction, and extent of the expansion.
Findings revealed unguided expansion in the growth of the city which affects the pattern of land uses within the city and, by extension, into the adjoining settlements. There were incompatible conversions in land uses and undue encroachment into green areas in the adjoining communities.
The study suggests effective zoning strategy on unguided nature of urban development whose effects on land use are very prominent in the study area. Adequate monitoring by the Development Control Department and other stakeholders in urban planning is equally suggested to mitigate the incompatible land use changes in the area.
Rapid pace of urbanization is believed to be a global problem present in most of the developing countries of the world. According to them, the trend will continue adding approximately 2 billion people to the urban population of the presently less-developed nations for the next 30 years.
He projected half of the world living in urban areas by Akure is not in any way going contrary to this prediction as the population has been more than triple of what it used to be before it became administrative headquarters of the state and local governments.
For example, the population was just 71, in ; but with the influx of people into the town due to the state creation ofthe population rose toin andin [ 5 ].
Even in andthe population was estimated atand , respectively, using the 3. The trust of this paper, therefore, is to examine definite changes that have taken place in Akure urban land use in the past three decades with a view of providing information that can inform policy formulation towards the physical planning of the area.
Literature Appraisal Globally, land cover is often altered principally by direct human use such as agriculture and livestock raising, forest harvesting and management, urban and suburban construction and development. As submitted in several researches, hardly can we find any vegetation that has not been affected or altered by man in the world [ 6 — 11 ].
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According to Fazal [ 13 ], land transformation has been asserted to be one of the most important fields of human induced environmental transformation. Environmental protection is facing critical challenges due to several factors like increasing population, depletion of natural resources, environmental pollution, unplanned land use, and several others.
Several researches have shown that unplanned changes of land use due to urbanization have become a major problem [ 214 ]. Most land use changes occur without a clear and logical planning and without giving attention to environmental impacts.
As observed in Nicholson [ 15 ], the rapid land use changes by the growing population have reduced natural vegetation cover in most countries of the world.
The duo provides historical vehicle to monitor and determine and evaluate long term changes in land use due to urbanization process.Khan 1 Analyzing Urban Change: The Distillery District Exploration of the Distillery District by myself shows that the area has gone through gentrification and commercialization over the last tweny five years or so (“Authorization to Study,” ).
Urban Built-Up Change Detection Analysis and Predictive Model for Future Expansion The spatial pattern of sprawling in Akure over a period of three decades (–), as shown in Figures 4 – 7, expresses the direction and extent of growth in the period examined.
analysis methods were used to perform the energy audit of the boiler, distillery columns, pumps & air compressor and their prime movers. One of these like Distillery system is discussed in this paper. reuse of water and other product or by the change in process also lead to the waste minimization.
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