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Show simple item record Савченко, О. Гаврик, О. Бобохіна, А. 2023-03-22T13:35:50Z 2023-03-22T13:35:50Z 2022
dc.description Savchenko, O. Strategic planning of the development of recreation city areas / О. Savchenko, O. Gavrik, O. Bobokhina // Sustainable development in wartime ukraine and the world : multidisciplinary conference for young researchers (November 25, 2022, Prague, Czech Republic). – Prague, 2022. – Р. 31-32. uk_UA
dc.description.abstract Strategic planning of city development is a systematic decision-making process, focused on the community needs, and aimed to solve the most urgent local problems and to attain the optimal exploitation of competitive benefits, reasonably allocating available resources (time, funds, expert potential, material goods). Background: The modern architectural environment must meet not only the basic requirements (functional and technological, physical and technical, artistic and compositional, sustainability, economic), but also fully satisfy the modern human needs. The growing demands of the population to increase and improve the recreational areas of various functional purposes determine the trends of the modern urban planning concepts. Thus, it is urgent to research the strategic directions for providing a universal and accessible environment. At the same time, the planning of open spaces, particularly parks and recreational areas, is a common problem in urban studies, especially in the case of territorial budget limitations. Therefore, the analysis and formulation of the main organizational aspects of rest and leisure places, green areas, and recreation areas in modern cities that would satisfy the needs of various population groups, including the elderly people, people with disabilities, and other less mobile population groups are relevant. The purpose of this work is to analyze the transformation concept of recreational zones on the Chernihiv city example. Methods: An analysis of the social and planning aspects of the formation of a modern city was carried out. Results: Analyzing the social aspect of the modern city formation it is necessary to highlight the existing deficit of recreation areas. Traditionally, in the post-Soviet space cities, little attention was paid to recreational areas, particularly city parks, squares, intra-block areas, sport fields and playgrounds; habitability issues had low priority. And whereas generally high quality projects are implemented for recreational area arrangement of the historical city centers, since among other things, tourism income depends on it, the organization of inter-block and intra-block territories, green zones still remains overlooked. The presence of recreational spaces not only improves the quality of life of the population, but also has a certain economic benefit. A keen landscaping scheme is of particular importance in the formation of recreational spaces, as it makes positive influence on the quality of life. A number of tasks were considered within the study framework: an analysis of factors and methods for forming the transformation principles of recreational zones and the existing state of recreational areas along one of the city's central streets was carried out; transformation methods and concepts of recreational areas were proposed in accordance with the general development concept of the urban environment and the adopted strategy of the region development. Conclusions: Strategic planning is necessary to understand the movement vector to achieve the desired goal. In this paper, using the Chernihiv city example, the analysis of the development concepts for recreational city areas is presented, and the existing issues and opportunities for their solution are considered within the framework of strategic goals for achieving comfortable and safe conditions for human life. uk_UA
dc.language.iso en uk_UA
dc.publisher Prague uk_UA
dc.subject city planning uk_UA
dc.subject recreation area uk_UA
dc.subject urban environment uk_UA
dc.title Strategic planning of the development of recreation city areas uk_UA
dc.type Working Paper uk_UA

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