MIGRATION PATTERNS AND ITS IMPACT ON URBANIZATION AND URBAN HOUSING - A STUDY OF HYDERABAD METROPOLITAN AREA
Keywords:India, urbanization, migration pattern, urban housing, GIS
Rapid Increase in population accompanied with migration are leading to the growth of urban areas. Urbanization is a well-known scenario of a combination of natural population growth and immigration excluding total deaths and emigration. All the metro cities are experiencing immigrations from all over India. Even though state level migration data is available with Census of India, city level data has still been untraced. This research is an attempt to understand migrant flow patterns along state wide and district wide within Telangana. This is mainly to identify the states from which Hyderabad is expecting migrants at India level and to identify major districts offering migrants at district level within Telangana. Concluding with major districts that are offering migrants to Hyderabad, and integrating with the factors contributing to migration to formulate draft proposals. With the increase in population density creates stress not only on urban housing but also on physical and social infrastructure. Cities are experiencing urban housing shortage for decades and increase in urbanization is pushing the sector into further crisis.
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