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The Evaluation on Sustainability of Urban Regeneration Project in Shanghai, China
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 Title & Authors
The Evaluation on Sustainability of Urban Regeneration Project in Shanghai, China
Oh, Deog-Seong; Choi, Joon-Sung; Wang, Zhen; Lee, Seo-Jeong;
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 Abstract
The goal of this study is to identify the main strategies through the evaluation on sustainability of urban regeneration projects in Shanghai. To achieve these goals the following specific objectives was carried out; First, 4 main sectors of Sustainability are categorized by literature review; Physical Environment, Social Economy, History Culture and Execution Management. Second, 4 cases are evaluated in terms of main sectors and main strategies are derived. Lastly, the implication and its conclusion are estimated. In conclusion. `Mixed & high-density land use`, `Improvement in green environment`, `Induction of specific Industry and facility`, `Preservation of Regional Cultural heritage`, `Strengthen cultural identity in the Central area` and etc. are main strategies to improve sustainability of urban regeneration.
 Keywords
Evaluation of Sustainability;Shanghai;Urban Regeneration Project;
 Language
Korean
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