The prime purpose of this book is to present, how to geomorphic features are control the urban expansion of any town, which is situated in plateau or/and hilly region. Author has selected the Sagar Town of Madhya Pradesh, India for this work. A short glance is presented on the physiography, soil, geology, geomorphology, and hydro-meteorology, which are based on geographical information system and satellite remote sensing techniques. The basic concept of remote sensing / GIS based population estimation methods, and urban land use classification system is also presented in the book. This book shows an inexperienced approach of simplistic amalgamation of geomorphology and terrain information can afford appreciated inputs for urban planning and development. The book is useful for the instructors, research scholars and students of geomorphology / urban planning for a deeper study in the field of urban geomorphology.