Surveying Urban Land Use Changes with an Emphasis on Electronic City

Document Type : Original Article


1 Architecture and Urbanism Dept, Qazvin Branch, Imam Khomeini International University, Qazvin, Iran

2 Professor of Geography and urban planning, University of Tabriz, Tabriz, Iran


Nowadays, information and communication technology have been as the main axis of the development of the world and its achievements is incorporated with life of people that neglect and ignorance of it cause to be disorder. Information and communication technology impacts on cities by different teleworking services, electronic shopping, electronic communication, electronic hobbies, electronic banking, electronic services and electronic leaning. This paper by using descriptive-analysis method tries to shows that this elements and components have a direct impact on main land use such as transportation and residential land use that affected of all of the electronic city components while learning land use affected only electronic Learning. The impact of   electronic   city on land use can be an increase or decrease in the required space, changes in place of land using such as the decentralization of the city center. The result of paper shows that this decentralization of the city center can reflect in various forms, such as the relocation of the city center, shared offices or companies together that will reduce the need for land and space.


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