Planning studies for Isparta (Turkey) until now

2016-06-13
City is a dynamic place that includes social, cultural, spatial, environmental and economic features inside it. City gains qualification and takes form through these feature’s powers and size. According to time and age requirements city’s pattern has changed and these differences in city’s pattern determine city’s identity. With city’s growth and change we can see dynamism in land use. New settlements, industrial areas, trade blocs, education and health institutions can be seen as indicators of this dynamism. Every city has its own, unique type of dynamism and this dynamism shows us cities growth capacity and their potential. In some cities this dynamism grows fast but on the contrary in some cities this dynamism is slow. The purpose of his study is to show us this dynamism of Isparta (Turkey). Isparta is an old and historical place. It connects Central Anatolia, Aegan and Mediterranean Region to each other. Isparta gained its substantial developments in Republic Period of Turkey. Its first city plan was Prof. Olsner’s Plan which made in 1930’s. In 1945 Prof. Kemal Ahmet Aru was made Isparta’s second city plan. In 1968 Architect Fahri Yetman was made Isparta’s third city plan. After 1960 Isparta’s city plan handled four times and made lots of additional plans. The last plan of Isparta made in 2008. These plans which were made from 1930 to 2008 shaped Isparta’s land use in time and with analysing these plans we are going to see Isparta’s growth and change, in other words we are going to see Isparta’s dynamism with images of this plans. In conclusion, the aim of this study is to give us the planning history of Isparta from 1930’s until now
WMCAUS (World Multidisciplinary Civil Engineering-Architecture-Urban Planning Symposium) ,(13 - 17 Haziran 2016)

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N. Aydın, “Planning studies for Isparta (Turkey) until now,” PRAG, Çek Cumhuriyeti, 2016, p. 420, Accessed: 00, 2021. [Online]. Available: http://wmcaus.org/files/WMCAUS2016_Book.pdf.