Corridor Development in India
Impact on Land Acquisition
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This book discusses the nuances of corridor development in India and its implications on land acquisition and displacement. It explores the complexities of land related conflicts and its socio-economic impacts on people’s lives.
Examining the evolution of a few corridors of national importance like the Mumbai-Nagpur Expressway, Yamuna Expressway, Delhi-Mumbai Industrial Corridor, and Pune-Mumbai Expressway, the volume provides a comprehensive understanding of the dynamics of corridor development and regional growth. The book discusses how policies relating to land acquisition result in political, economic, legal and psychological hardships. The authors, using primary and secondary data, assess the socio-economic implications of land-acquisition on agriculture, employment, environment, demography, and land utilization along the regions touching these corridors. The work further discusses sustainable interventions in land acquisition practices to ensure equity of land and resources for vulnerable communities.
The book will be useful for students and researchers of public policy, development studies, economics, urban and regional development studies and sociology. It will also be of interest to academicians, regional planners, and those working in the field of land development, resettlement and rehabilitation.
Table of Contents
Preface. Acknowledgements. Abbreviations. 1. Transport Corridor and its Sustainable Development 2. Land Acquisition: Legal and Regulatory Context 3. Dynamic Cohesion of Corridor Development and Land Acquisition 4. Economic and Social Development 5. Sustainable Intervention in Land Acquisition and Corridor Development Index.
Vinita Yadav is Professor and Head of Department of the Department of Regional Planning at the School of Planning and Architecture, New Delhi. Her recent books include, Sustainable Regional Development, Model Village: Perspectives for Rural Development, and Metropolitan Governance: Cases of Ahmedabad and Hyderabad. She has over twenty one years of experience of working with government, private consultancy organizations, non-government organizations (NGOs) and academic institution and handled projects funded by WHO, International Land Coalition, Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, The Leprosy Mission, Goal India, Development Authority and Municipal governments.
Rohini Kalambe works as a Creative manager with Capcount Solution Pvt. Ltd. where she is responsible for handling the design graduate professionals involved in branding and design of the product. Previously, she worked as a Fellow with Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation and handled the revamping and transformation of Maharashtra State board school to ICSE and CBSE affiliated school in Mumbai. She was part of the Maharashtra’s chief minister’s fellowship programme and was posted at Kolhapur Municipal Corporation where she handled disaster management, education, health and sanitation programme.