عنوان مقاله [English]
The process of physical evolution in many cities shows a definite relationship between socio-economic currents and forces and management processes and its physical expansion. According to this attitude, the present study investigates the role of various forces and factors in the physical expansion of Fasa city in the period after the revolution to the early 80s, during which the physical expansion and rapid and unparalleled spatial changes in the city occurred.
The main structure of the research is based on qualitative research method and data collection has been done in the form of documentary methods, interviews and field observations.
Findings show that in the city of Fasa in the desired period, about 996.6 hectares have been added to the city area. In this process, several factors such as management forces and processes, land transfer policy in the years after the revolution, the factor of migration, low-income housing in the form of informal settlements, city development plans and environmental factors have played a major role. The effect and intensity of each of these factors is different, and in the meantime, the forces and management processes by adding about 560.6 hectares, equivalent to 56.25% of the total area added to the city area; It has been considered as the most important influential factor in the physical development of Fasa city.
Therefore, it can be concluded that the composition and outcome of a set of factors have played a role in the physical expansion and creation of new areas.