PROSPECTS FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF AGGLOMERATION IN KAZAKHSTAN AS A COMPLEX OF INNOVATIVE AND ACTIVE TERRITORIES
Author(s): Akimov Vladimir Viktorovich, Belousova Ella Valerievna, Music Olesya Sergeevna
Release: 2020-2 (33)
Keywords: innovative and active territory; rural territories; environment; district planning; agglomerations; urban planning
Annotation: In urban planning, unlike economic conglomerate, the term “agglomeration” is adopted, referring to the accumulation of closely related settlements in conditions of extremely high population density, with the presence of a core city. In this case conditions pendular (daily) migration of the working (able-bodied) population of about 15 % of the population occupied in production are created. In addition, the share of inter-village territories in the agglomeration is much less than the territory of settlements. In Kazakhstan, a typical agglomeration is considered Shimkent and partially Almaty. In the future, according to the Regional Development Program, Astana and Aktobe settlement groups are also included in the agglomeration. However, the Regional Development Programme (RDP) uses the term “single agglomeration entity” in addition to the term agglomeration. For example, with respect to the Capital agglomeration, it is noted that the city of Karaganda tends to unite into the constituent part of the Astana agglomeration, as well as near the settlements lying near Karaganda (satellite cities, villages). They may well create a single agglomeration entity. Full formation of second level agglomerations (Aktube) is predicted only in the long term.
Bibliography: Akimov VL.VI., Belousova EL.VA., Music OL.SE. PROSPECTS FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF AGGLOMERATION IN KAZAKHSTAN AS A COMPLEX OF INNOVATIVE AND ACTIVE TERRITORIES // Economics and Management. – 2020. – № 2 (33). – С. 73-78. doi: 10.21777/2587-554X-2020-2-73-78