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Effect Of Multiple Participation In Urban Regeneration: A Case Study On Enning Road In Guangzhou

Chenhui Yang, Rongdi Huang

Effect Of Multiple Participation In Urban Regeneration: A Case Study On Enning Road In Guangzhou.

Rel. Mario Artuso, Mauro Berta. Politecnico di Torino, Corso di laurea magistrale in Architettura Per Il Progetto Sostenibile, 2022

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With the growth of the urban economy and the acceleration of urbanization, the old city renewal has increasingly become the focus of government work, and some big cities have taken the lead in implementing a huge number of influential old city renewal projects. In 2006, Guangzhou started to promote a new round of old city renewal and construction and put forward the urban development strategy that transferred the focus of urban and rural planning practice from the traditional "incremental plan" gradually into the "stock plan", from persuing economic growth to improving people's livelihood, perfecting urban functions, optimizing the spatial layout and improving the overall quality of urban development. In the progress of reconstruction, public participation plays an important role in the conservation of historic areas, but there are still many problems in China that make it unprocurable. Induced by great events, Enning Road regeneration is the first old city regeneration project led by the government, which has great significance in innovation and progress compared with previous projects, while it is much questioned and criticized in the process of implementation. This project is a typical case in which the unilateral decision-making of the government meets up with challenges. The problems happening and the progress made in the process of regeneration reveal that the government should accept and organize social forces to participate in the urban regeneration and that there is a need to build a government-guided multiple participation mode, so as to complete the transformation from unilateral decision-making to multiple-participation decision-making which can be realized by adopting diversified targets and establishing complete decision-making mechanisms. This paper analyzes the role and the effect of stakeholders, media, urban planners, social scholars, NGO organizations and local governments. The complementary relationship between them provides a new perspective for the study of urban regeneration.

Relators: Mario Artuso, Mauro Berta
Academic year: 2021/22
Publication type: Electronic
Number of Pages: 118
Corso di laurea: Corso di laurea magistrale in Architettura Per Il Progetto Sostenibile
Classe di laurea: New organization > Master science > LM-04 - ARCHITECTURE AND ARCHITECTURAL ENGINEERING
Aziende collaboratrici: Politecnico di Torino
URI: http://webthesis.biblio.polito.it/id/eprint/21866
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