Urban Transformation as a Process for Inner-City Slums in Turkey, The Experience of Gaziantep City, Turkey

Samer Katerji
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This paper explains urban transformation approach as qualified presses in dealing with inner city slum problems and factors that led to emergence urban transformation in Turkey. In addition, it highlights one of the earliest ongoing transformation projects in Gaziantep city adopted by the local municipalities. The study identifying the municipality’s motives of choosing this neighborhood beside of analyzing the project and its effect on social and economic aspects. This is more likely to keep up with the efforts of Gaziantep Municipality in developing and transforming slum areas.

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regeneration, city planning, Gaziantep

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