Audit reveals open space surplus is at peak levels

Audit reveals open space surplus is at peak levels

The biggest gap between the top three levels of total land-area available and demand was also reported in the latest audit. The gap between land-area surplus and demand is highest in the lower and middle levels of total land-area.

In contrast, only t창원출장마사지he top three levels of total land-area available – the urban, coastal and agricultural regions – increased the amount of land-area available by 10.4 per cent over a 10-year period, the report showed.

However, the gap between the urban, coastal and agricultural areas was the same for the first time in eight years of data. In 2006, urban, coastal and agricultural areas each had a surplus of land-area of about 44 per c전주안마ent of the total land-area.

The report showed that on average, land-area surplus increases by 20 per cent per year in the lower and middle 바카라 사이트levels of total land-area compared to the higher and upper levels.

In 2010-11, the gap between the total land-area surplus and total land-area needs also increased by a similar rate as the overall rural surplus increased by about 20 per cent.

Source: Transport, Infrastructure and Regional Development (TIIRD), 2014