LIDL®: the Implementation and Operation Environment of Spatial Arrangement of Urban and Rural Land Resources
Currently, urban development needs more construction land, and food security requires the guarantee of a certain farmland. This causes a sharp contradiction between the lack of urban construction land and the protection of farmland. Meanwhile, rural construction land was extensively used. So, the solution of this contradiction is allocating urban and rural construction land. Taking Xindu district of Chengdu as an example, this paper proposed the implementation method and operation environment of linking the increase in land used for urban construction with the decrease in land used for rural construction (hereinafter referred to as the “link”). It is proven by research that the farmland increased 11.4 mu, the land of farmers centralization residence saved 438.7 mu and the land of urban construction increased 533.2 mu. The link realized the goal of without increasing the total amount of construction land and decreasing the farmland, and improving quality at the same time.
Qunjie Xu, Yanzhong Ju and Honghua Ge
P. Ren et al., "LIDL®: the Implementation and Operation Environment of Spatial Arrangement of Urban and Rural Land Resources", Advanced Materials Research, Vols. 610-613, pp. 3814-3820, 2013