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With the rapid development of urbanization and the aging population, it is very important to actively promote the construction of a safe, comfortable, convenient, and livable environment for the elderly. Neighborhood built environment has a significant impact on the health and wellbeing of older adults. However, from the perspective of the percepti...

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Indian cities have witnessed unprecedented flows of displaced people in modern times. It began with the influx of Hindus and Sikhs from East and West Pakistan in 1947, followed by Tibetan refugees in the 1960s, Afghan Hindus, Sikhs, and Christians in the 1990s. A majority of these refugees settled in New Delhi. They contributed to the development o...

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Indonesia is one of the most disaster-prone countries in the world and is exposed to a range of natural hazards that can hinder development outcomes, affecting its people and the economy. Disaster management is inseparable from the aspect of funding for small to large scale disasters and the availability of funding for the emergency response phase,...

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Conceptualisation and design functions in the built environment is set to be revolutionised by system innovations propagated by the 4th Industrial Revolution (4IR). Related technological advances constitute a gamechanger in building design and construction, altering the nature of skills requirements for roleplayers in the architecture industry. As ...

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ABSTRACT: "Mountain" is an important evidence for urban planning in China. The ancient capital city first carried out terrain evaluation before site selection, and planned the city based on the mountain topography. However, the site selection and construction of the capital were not unchanged. With the gradual change of dynasties, they would adjust...

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The proposition for the paper centers on identifying unique place-making attributes and spatial characteristics of future cities in the making. Drawing upon specific ecological, physical, social, and economic conditions of these cities, their planners have evolved solutions that address contemporary city challenges of fragmented open spaces, discon...

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All over the world, people continue to move from a location to the other on daily basis. Ac-cording to UN Habitat, (2019) more than 1/7th of the world is in constant movement from one location to the other. These movements are influenced by the desire to seek better opportunities, the need for a less vulnerable environment and other forces of migra...

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Among of all the challenges that cities face, the most crucial one is the need to shape the ability to create well-being of urban communities, what becomes urgent as a result of the compound effect generated by climate change – distinguished between direct impacts, indirect effects and pre-existing vulnerability (Silva, Kernaghan & Luque, 2012). ...

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This contribution investigates the relationship between health and planning and describes the impact of the pandemic on the resurgence of health as a topic able to orient urban planning and design policies and practices. Since 2020, due to the Covid_19 pandemic, there has been a growing academic and policy interest to health in the field of plannin...

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Abstract: Rapid population ageing is becoming a serious social challenge for Chinese megacities. Compared with the individual's own resources and socio-economic characteristics, urban environment is a more easily regulated factor by government, which can be used as a means of preventing and improving psychological conditions besides the medical mea...

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The quality of urban community microclimate will affect the health of the outdoor space environment and residents' environmental behaviour. Urban development in China has generally entered an era of "reduction and connotation" development, and the gradual evolution of community fabric has become a national consensus for urban development. How to as...

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The environmental crisis of XXI century is increasingly manifesting its negative impacts, especially in cities. Air pollution, heat island effects, adverse events such as flooding are only some of the most recurrent issues affecting public health and quality of life in cities. At the same time, the challenges but also the opportunities related to u...

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Planning and development are simultaneous activities that when carried out correctly bring about sustainable development, while urban planning involves urban design, policies and theories that have significant impact in determining the direction and approach of planning. Despite being projected as the continent with the highest rate of urbanization...

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Inequality is an important social problem all over the world for years. It also appears to be an important obstacle to the well-being of societies. This problem, which affects many areas and quality of human life, has started to be experienced more with Covid-19 pandemic. The pandemic process, which turned into a global crisis, has affected nature ...

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The urban planning, an essential paradigm has been the facilitator for shaping cities and recovering economic damage caused after the Second World War in Europe. At the same time, Asian cities were struggling to come out of the shock of colonialism and realize the urgent need of regulating cities. The conceptual frames adopted in both contexts were...

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Karachi is the world’s rapidly growing city, and it counts of the biggest cities in the world. The imbalance between public and private transport usage is increasing day by day in Karachi. To reduce this imbalance there is a need to shift private car users towards sustainable transportation approaches. To shift the people’s mode choice from pri...

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Urban areas on the African continent are growing at an unprecedented rate. Africa’s accumulated relative growth rate of its cities now among the highest in the world. The continents’ global share of urban dwellers is also projected to rise from 11.3 per cent in 2010 to a 20.2 per cent by 2050 (Awumbila, 2017). Most of this development will be i...

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In 2021, the urbanization rate of China's permanent population has exceeded 66%, and urban development will enter a new stage of high-quality urban space construction. The focus of this stage is to revitalize the existing space and promote refined urban governance. In China's current administrative management system, prefecture-level and district-l...

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The research focuses on the background of sustainable human development and high-quality urbanization development, taking the community as the research unit to explore the realization of human-oriented, refined and intelligent planning in China's stock planning period in the new era. It constructs a comprehensive assessment index system of all-age ...

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This paper conducts an exploration of the dynamic and potential of knowledge value for harnessing local capacity in public space. This occurs with agency of the individual decision-making, as worlds of knowledge collide through the individual. We inhabit the physical and virtual worlds daily, immersed in multiple realities simultaneously. In this c...

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Natural disasters and the consequences of human activities present heightened uncertainty to the well-being of urban residency. The threats posed by their actions are unpredictable, prompting cities to respond by developing robust, quicker, and more effective means of anticipating and minimizing their impact whenever they occur. The integration of ...

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According to CRED-UNISDR report (2020), 80 – 90% of natural disasters within the past ten years are related to climate change, i.e. drought, storm, and flood. Flood, for example, has impacted two billion people within the years 1998 – 2017 worldwide. Kampung dwellers, in which most of them are poor, are one of the vulnerable groups in Indonesia...

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Rapid urbanization in recent decades has led to burst of economic activities in the urban areas leading to comparatively higher standards of living to a larger population but has led to environmental degradation as well, which can be primarily attributed to the decline in green spaces due to increasing pressures on maximizing the monetization of ur...

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The paper is addressing the topic of process of creating holistic liveable environments in two completely different cities using they own holistic approaches. Our cities represent a specific presence in space and time, built to accommodate and reflect certain traditions. However, the COVID-19 crisis, fast advanced technology, new idea, increasing n...

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The City of Copenhagen has, in the past fifteen years, developed urban policy with concrete targets for improving livability and has produced the “Urban Life Account” (2010 – 2019), which aims to measure and evaluate the quality of urban life in the city and the level of satisfaction with public spaces amongst its citizens [1]. This paper eva...

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Amidst the context of bottom-up and collaborative planning euphoria around the world, there has been an increasing interest in planning practices that centred on the active role of civil society. Many governments, private sectors, and non-profits are worked together to promote communities through community-led initiatives at the neighbourhood level...

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The digital turn of the 21st Century has witnessed emerging concepts of big data and its applications in urban sciences. Introductions to the use of technology and computational systems merging with innovative methodologies are reshaping the urban environment for sustainability and resilience. The UNHABITAT New Urban Agenda 2017 recommends strength...

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Cycling is regarded as one of the most sustainable, affordable, accessible, and most healthy transportation methods (UN Habitat, 2018), which facilitate short distance travel with characteristics of safety, convenience, and comfort. While China encompasses a long history of bike transportation for its competitive prices and high accessibility, unti...

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Big and dynamic cities like Delhi have a complex governance structure, with multiple authorities and stakeholders working at various levels. There exists a lack of trust between development authorities and citizens. Information and Communication Technology (ICT) is an efficient tool for garnering wider citizen participation in planning. Governments...

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“Thin shadows, hollow shadows, shadows deep black The shadow of a tree is better than a tree, always have our back” -SUKUMAR RAY ( Bengali writer and poet 1888-1923, Kolkata, India) Objective: In the past bygone eras, because of urbanisation and spatial development of urban communities past their city limits, complex interaction between the cit...

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Kadamakkudy is a set of islands in Ernakulam district of Kerala, India. It is surrounded by the Veeranpuzha backwaters on three sides and the Kollam-Kottappuram National Waterways to its west. This region is primarily an agrarian area with the Pokkali wetlands as its major geographical feature (1). The ‘Pokkali farming’ practiced here is a trad...

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After the discovery of oil-gas in Qatar, in the past few decades, Doha, its capital has dramatically grown from being a small fishing and pearling town to an international city with diversified economy. At the same time, it transformed from a small, compact, high-density and walkable traditional Arabic town of 1960s into an expansive car-dependent ...

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It has been more than one-year since the first Covid-19 case was announced in Turkey. At the beginning of the pandemic, lockdown and quarantine measurements announced by the government were seen as acceptable since it was thought to be for short term. “Stay at home” calls of the state were followed and obeyed by the public without question. How...

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Okhamandal is dictated and identified by its association with the myths and stories of Krishna and is also identified as one of the “chardham” hence being a part of the larger tourist network. This setting every year is visited by lakhs of people for pilgrimage purposes. As one breaks apart through this network and sees beyond the built or the ...

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As the stage of urban development shifts from high-speed expansion to a steady state of quality improvement, the perspective of planning will gradually shift from focusing on the grand narrative structure to focusing on realistic problem solving. For central urban areas that have experienced the full cycle of urban development, urban problems are p...

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Since 2020, the urbanisation rate of China's resident population has reached 63.89%. According to the general rule of urbanisation in the world, the growth rate of urbanisation is about to slow down relatively, and is facing the choice of the "Y" path of urbanisation (physical urbanisation/intellectual urbanisation) in the world. China's 14th Five-...

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The research discusses land-based financing of sustainable infrastructure with land readjustment as an institutional innovation that might finance local sustainable infrastructure in an inclusive and participatory manner. Land-based financing with value capture describes tools with which land value increments deriving from public action can be used...

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This paper intends to assess a Historic Urban Landscape (HUL), considering cultural heritage to play a major role in the development of a city due its diverse and adaptable nature towards change over time socially, economically as well as environmentally that in turn forms the basis for Sustainable Development (SD). Urban heritage has the potential...

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After experiencing super-large-scale urbanization and modernization, many Chinese cities have shifted their development goals from the development of urban land to the improvement of the urban built environment. In the process of high-speed construction in recent decades, Chinese cities have collaged buildings of different eras, forms, and qualitie...

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In India’s six largest metros (Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata, Chennai, Hyderabad and Bengaluru), 48% of its residents were migrants in 2011. This number is projected to become over 50% by 2021. In the case of such metros, like Delhi, the “Urban villages”, along with other unplanned development, have become migrant hotspots, mainly due to its afforda...

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The greatest force in combating climate change is in the hands of cities. Currently 55% of the world's population lives in urban areas and this proportion is expected to increase to 70% by 2050 (UN, 2019). The way these people will live in cities in 2050 are closely related to the choices that are being made today and the demand for transportation ...

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Urban diseases characterized by traffic jams, too more time commuted on the way, etc. are widely regarded as to be caused by the shortcomings of existing transportation technology. It cannot be cured completely by using the existing transportation technology. However, advanced automatic driving technique and vehicle-road cooperative technique turne...

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Taking Shanghai Caohejing Development Zone as a case study, this paper explores the influencing factors of jobs-housing spatial relationship in industrial park in megacity under the background of urban renewal, in order to provide some policy suggestions for planning response. Firstly, the distribution of the employees' residence places is measured...

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According to the UN, around 70% of the world’s population will be living in cities by 2050. In 2019, roughly 33% of the total population in India lived in cities. The benefits of living in the city are numerous, but happiness does not seem to be one of them. Even though infrastructure, socioeconomic conditions, nutrition and healthcare services a...

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GCC cities have allocated multibillion US dollars to finance public realm and beautification programs across their neighborhoods to diversify their economy, enhance the resident’s prosperity and create healthier and liveable cities. Because of the intensive government spending and the recent challenges raised from the covid 19 pandemic, the curre...

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The United Nations, the Population growth and urbanization are projected to add 2.5 billion people to the world’s urban population by 2050, with nearly 90% of the increase concentrated in Asia and Africa (United Nations, 2014). In India Urban Planning conventionally has been viewed as land use planning through Master Plan approach or Development ...

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Makkah is at an inflection point, looking for a way forward, building on the history of the past 15 centuries. The last decades have not been kind to Makkah. It has succumbed to the challenges of contemporary cities and tried to solve them with inadequate efforts. Makkah, which should be the best example of a city in the world, sits now as a strugg...

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The study «Redevelopment as a tool for the integrated development of the Moscow industrial zones that have lost their purpose» was prepared in connection with the need to form effective mechanisms for the integrated development of the former industrial zones to achieve the strategic development goals of Moscow. Subject of study: identification of...

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Today, cities have developed strategies to ensure social interaction in urban spaces along with extensive research on general requirements of the same. However, a research gap exists in the needs, wants and expectations of multiple users within a society. Also, urban planners often seem to overlook the influence of spatial layout on socio-cultural ...

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The countries and urban centres of the South African Development Community (SADC) are vulnerable to significant external disturbances, including climate change, global health emergencies, and economic downturns. Regional policy has underlined the need for increased regional resilience in the face of diverse potential future shocks to regional and n...

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Consequences of deindustrialisation, urban transition and changing living patterns left especially small and middle size cities struggling to remain attractive and made them uncompetitive compared to other cities in the Danube Region. New urban planning and management approaches are needed to unlock the potentials these cities possess. On one side ...

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The cities are attractors of the human population offering opportunities for economic activities for different linguistic, cultural, and ethnic groups. The urban form and design of the city impact the life of these people. Social and cultural exclusions result in spatial segregation and gentrification. The spaces provided in cities must be inclusiv...

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Changes in global urban planning practice brought about by COVID 19 will establish a new standard and focus on rethinking present and future urban planning. This pandemic, for example, is predicted to cause significant changes in urban life, notably the shift from traditional urban planning to healthy eco-city planning, often known as "inclusive pl...

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Background: The elderly is the main group of patients with type 2 diabetes mellitus (T2DM). The incidence rate of T2DM is closely related to physical activity and environment. There are many literatures that have proved that green space has important influence on the health level of patients with T2DM. However, due to spatial non-stationarity, it i...

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This paper focus on the resilience of the central public area to see if it has the potential to meet different needs of the city and adapt to the different events. These events can be a stress to the city which will need more spaces for different kinds of functions during the holidays and bring more local people as well as visitors to pass through ...

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Urban villages mainly refer to rural settlements in China, whose agricultural land have been used by cities during the process of accelerated urbanization, but the homesteads are left and surrounded by the cities. Before 2005, urban villages were considered as “social tumours”, and were widely criticised for their disorganised physical space an...

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Under the development framework of the "New Urban Agenda", UNICEF provides a unified toolkit for the implementation of the "Child-Friendly City Initiative" in various countries, and provides guidelines for spatial and environmental development of child-friendly cities. In light of the differences in each country and city in the spatial planning and...

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With global warming, rising sea levels, and more frequent extreme rainfall events, the need for rainstorm-flood climate adaptation planning has become more urgent. At present, there are relatively few planning studies from the perspective of rain-flood climate adaptation in China. In this study, the Sentinel-1 Multi-Temporal Synthetic Aperture Rada...

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A considerable body of literature has investigated the role of food insecurity in resulting in a wide range of subsequent health implications and disparities in food access is often believed to be closely tied to food insecurity. Using Yelp businesses and USDA SNAP retailer data, this study proposes a multidimensional and spatiotemporal dynamic app...

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Food system planning is currently gaining its importance globally due to the increasing trends of Food insecurity observed worldwide. As per World Bank, food security is often challenged by socio economic conditions, conflicts, natural hazards, climate change and pandemics. These challenges lead to disruptions in the food supply chain and consequen...

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The Regional Development Act of the Republic of Croatia introduced the concept of urban areas, which cover larger cities in Croatia together with their urbanized surroundings. Urban areas are set up for the purpose of more efficient planning, harmonisation and implementation of regional development policies, which are in line with the regional deve...

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Urban underground complex (UUC) appears in urban underground space with three-dimensional redevelopment of the city. It is a public transit-oriented underground architecture, integrating with more than two functions such as commerce, entertainment, office and parking, etc. As an important part of urban space, UUC assumes part of the urban functions...

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The space at the interface of a port and a city structures accumulates influences resulting from the functions and activities both of the port and city. These functions very often collide with each other and creates dysfunctional zones within port cities. However there are solutions, which create added value for both spatial organisms. This study a...

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This paper contributes to scholarly debates on urbanisation and environmental change with respect to the wildland–urban interface and heat-induced weather and climate conditions, namely compound drought and heat waves, conducive to extreme wildfire events of relevance to the Mediterranean-type climate regions of Africa, Australia, Europe, North a...

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Together with Venice, Dubrovnik represent the emblematic city losing all its functions due to overtourism, including the outstanding universal value which placed them on the UNESCO list. Reports on the UNESCO/ICOMOS Reactive Monitoring Mission to the Old City of Dubrovnik evolves around the central issue of the excessive tourist growth and the need...

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Destined to live for at least 10 years, in housing subsidized by the Federal Government, the lowest-income population, benefited by the Minha Casa Minha Vida Program, represented by more than one million families, are in different adaptation processes regarding to the new location. Several problems have already been listed by different academic are...

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Contemporary design practices are often characterized by capitalist paradigms bringing about drastic transformations in historic urban fabrics. Modern societies are often heterogeneous and become spatially fragmented based on realms of social parameter. Such contemporary developments and infrastructures pose a challenge for the continuity of histor...

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Abstract: Cold weather greatly reduces willingness and comfort of urban residents, especially in pedestrian experience and business vitality, which has brought negative impacts on cities in the extreme cold region. Urban construction in China has characterized with wide roads and huge blocks. One of the urgent problems in planning and construction ...

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Rapid urbanization in China is placing increased pressure on urban drainage infrastructure. Northeast coastal cities are susceptible to flood damage from typhoons and climate change is expected to produce more extreme weather events. Urban planners and local governments need better risk assessment tools to plan for future extreme events. An open da...

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In recent years, there is a surge in Chinese cities of transforming traditional high-tech park to Innovation District as knowledge-based economy performing a key role in city competitiveness. While mainly focuses on innovation industries, Innovation District also requires specific place quality that accommodates innovation corporation as well as ta...

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User-oriented urbanism has the potential to have a major impact on people's lives, especially those of disadvantaged and/or marginalized communities- such as women and children-, so inclusive urban planning seeks to integrate the various aspects of user-oriented urbanism across the planning lifecycle. In this sense, reaching out to all disadvantage...

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Isocarp – 2021 In the international literature, one of the most important debates in planning practice is the gap between research, and practice (Durning, 2004; Forsyth, 2015, 2019; Goodman et al., 2017). In parallel with this international discussion, our empirical research about planning in Turkey, especially regarding private planning offices ...

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The population in Mexico is concentrated in 15 metropolitan areas with more than one million inhabitants; these agglomerations produce more than 75% of the national GDP. Most greenhouse effect gases (GHG) generated in the country come from these cities, consequently, innovative strategies aimed at managing human activities in them are the best poss...

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Flanders (Belgium) is an urbanised region characterised by urban sprawl: a conglomeration of rather small urban centres and villages, within a patchwork of scattered development, fragments of nature, forest or agricultural areas. Recently private urban green space in Flanders has been mapped (Somers, Van Valckenborgh, & Strosse, 2020), complementin...

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De-industrialized communities often face economic decline and an aging population. Industrial heritage can be produced as a sustainable catalyst. There are many ways to preserve and reuse industrial heritage, such as building an industrial museum. Kift and Rita stress the importance of the industrial museum. Gourievidis underlines the crucial funct...

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Resilience is frequently used word in the field of disaster risk reduction and management (DRRM). It is a much broader concept that goes beyond disaster resilience. It ought to be a unifying concept which requires to harmonize all forms of hazards and disturbances whether that are natural, environmental, social, and economic. Communities prepared f...

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Public Transport is considered a sustainable mode of mobility, in light of lesser per capita carbon foot print; studies suggest the majority public transit users are from lower or middle income groups (Cardozo et al., 2012, Pagliara and Papa, 2011). In order to strengthen the public transit ridership, the concept of Transit Oriented Development (TO...

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Harbin is one of the earliest China's cities that conducted color planning. Due to the influence of the cold geographical environment and the culture of immigrants, the urban color has become a cultural phenomenon deeply rooted in the hearts of the local people. Harbin, as one of the most famous gateway cities in China's "One Belt One Road" project...

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Old Community Renovation is one of the national strategies of contemporary China. The old communities were built as staff quarter by government in the last century and therefore the earliest residents’ portraits were quite similar and had little involvement in the community design. As a result, the old community can hardly meet the demand of curr...

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We often find ourselves wandering through the older parts of cities and these places are generally walkable, diverse, varied, and engaging. And they seem always to elicit the same question—why can’t we make places like this today? The one consistent characteristic common to all these areas is that they were developed incrementally, over time, e...

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In 2020, the COVID-19 broke out, the world adopted strict home quarantine to control the spread of respiratory infectious diseases. However, indoor isolation can hardly satisfy people's needs of outdoor life. Small open spaces that are largely diversified, widely distributed and easily accessible, have become the first choice of recreation for urba...

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As the most basic characteristic of community, place attachment plays an important role in the formation and development of community. At present, some studies have found that place attachment has an impact on community participation and community evaluation. However, the existing qualitative studies are mainly descriptive statistical analysis, and...

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The paper establishes a linking framework for green infrastructure (GI) and green transit-oriented development (green TOD), which is the combination of green urbanism principles and transit-oriented development (TOD) principles. Green infrastructure links other infrastructural developments with nature, which is also the role of green TOD. Thus, the...

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Spatial planning in Trinidad and Tobago is organized in a three tier hierarchical framework where the national level functions in a purely strategic role, the municipal tier is a mix of strategic and project led initiatives under multiple thematic areas, and the third has a distinctly site-specific regulatory role. The intention is that there is co...

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The confluence of governance and inclusive development agendas has once again brought the debates about citizen participation and empowerment to the forefront of contemporary development and governance discourse. Citizen participation is considered to be a sine qua non for inclusive urban development. This is especially important given the rising r...

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The growth in technology and the fourth industrial revolution has seen a rise in what has been termed the “sharing” economy in cities around the globe. Airbnb, the accommodation-sharing platform, has contributed to this movement and in doing so has generated new challenges for urban planning and land use regulation. This is mainly because the p...

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Faced with the demand for functional transformation of traditional commercial streets in the context of rapid commercial development, Japan has had some relatively successful cases. After land consolidation, building renovation and business upgrading, some traditional commercial streets in the centre of Tokyo, Japan, are thriving again. They not on...

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Cities worldwide are growing fast, in 2018 4.1 billion people of the world population of the 7.6 billion live in cities and urban agglomerations. Of these population, one billion the population live in coastal cities and towns. The city’s population are projected to increase to 6.9 billion people out of the 9.9 billion global population by 2050, ...

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Family poultry farming is undergoing major transformations from being an extensive system to semi-intensive and intensive in many cities in Nigeria. With no specific physical planning guidelines, its rapid intensification has contributed to many household nutrition and is perceived as a cornerstone for livelihood and food security before the pandem...

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For the past three decades, Shanghai’s urban renewal has been characterised by the so-called ‘massive demolition and reconstruction’ and urban expansion. These approaches have produced the dual problems of inner-city neighbourhood deterioration due to the lack of investment and maintenance as well as land resource constraints for new developm...

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Several scientific studies show us in an increasingly evident and alarming way the acceleration of climate change in all areas of the planet. But it is in urban areas that the effects of climate change are already becoming evident, with an increase in the frequency of heat waves in urban areas and floods linked to a general increase in temperatures...

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At present, the world is facing the common challenge of "sustainable development". Since 2017, the Chinese government has proposed the goal of "High-quality Development", calling for concerted efforts to balance ecological protection and economic growth, refraining from the sole GDP-oriented developing model. Metropolitan areas, in particular, shou...

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Microclimate plays an important role in understanding the thermal and the environmental comfortability of a given city, neighbourhood, area etc and it is essential to understand the effects of microclimate. Khotachiwadi is a heritage neighbourhood that is nestled among the urban fabric of Girgaon, in South Mumbai, India. The neighbourhood is known ...

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The outbreak of novel coronavirus pneumonia in early 2020 brought great pressure to city rail transportation, and also made people have higher requirements for the safety and humanization design of the traffic station space.Based on the data of Baidu open platform and ArcGIS inverse distance weight method,and combined with the changes of psycholo...

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This paper presents the findings of a qualitative analysis of expert interview surveys on place quality that should be implemented in inner-city HSR station areas. by examining three projects, the Central Station area in Rotterdam, the Netherlands, Hongqiao station in Shanghai, China, and Logroño station in Spain, the study queried a panel of 18 e...

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Global human displacement is at a record high with refugee crisis progressively becoming more urban. The partition of India in 1947 led millions of Sindhi Hindus to migrate to India and resettle across the country. Refugee camps were setup majorly across Punjab, Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh etc. with Bhopal and national capital of Delhi witnessing a h...

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Research question:Planning Method of Airport Economic Zone Based on ‘Time-Critical’ Orientation. Background :As a significant policy area of macroeconomic control and an important carrier of high quality development of local economy, airport economic zone’s planning method is different from that of ordinary urban areas, especially in the ...

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It is well known that sports mega-events are widely used as city, even country branding tools: this is the case of UEFA EURO 2004, when Portugal – one of smaller economies of UE – built ten stadiums to receive the most important football championship in Europe. Some Portuguese cities saw the opportunity to promote expansion of urban areas or ho...

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The ancient town is a small town that has survived in history, and its traditional form is basically unchanged. The spatial form is a comprehensive result of the interaction of various human activities and natural environmental factors in a specific geographical environment and a certain stage of social and economic development. In recent years, so...

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