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Urban Sprawl Negative Impact: Enkomi Return Phase

Medayese Samuel O, Department of Urban and Regional planning, Federal University of Technology Minna, Niger State, Nigeria., Alfa Mohammed T., Abd Razack, Nelson T. A, Agbawn O. Faith, Department of Architecture, Cyprus International University, Nicosia, Cyprus
2018 Contemporary Urban Affairs  
A B S T R A C T Most of the cities around the world are dealing with different kinds of the problems such as social, environmental, economic and others. However, for many years, urban planners have attempted to find solutions that fit within the context and have put them into practice in order to shape the form of a city accordingly. One of the controversial problems which most of the developing and developed countries deal with it is urban sprawl, which affects everything and everyone in
more » ... d everyone in different scales. For last three decades, even in case of T.R.N. Cyprus, urban sprawl has become inevitable; urban sprawl is recognizable, sprawl construction becomes a profitable business for construction, real-estate, and others involved in this business. Unfortunately, some communities to realize their vision welcomed to urban sprawl construction and enthusiastically embrace it with open arm, such communities sacrifice sociability opportunity and vibrant neighborhood to those single-use towns which is one of the main characteristics is social exclusion and psychological problems, fundamentally one of the key factors can be found in lack of public awareness especially for who prefer to live in sprawl town. In T.R.N. Cyprus urban sprawl didn't promote auto-dependency. Despite urban sprawl in T.R.N. Cyprus have many repercussions, one of the important impacts which are considered in this articles are psychological impact of urban sprawl, also this article attempt to divide urban sprawl leaving condition into three phases, and promote the contemplate phase which makes sprawl inhabitants think and return to inner-city neighborhood again.
doi:10.25034/ijcua.2018.4709 fatcat:2c2dnz6q2rdg7epsrpw7lixzpi