Urban regeneration and sustainable community development in historic neigborhoods of Istanbul



Urban regeneration: enabling social sustainability in historical quarters via adaptive reuse: case of Gaziantep historical quarter
Döner, Esin Duygu.; Akkar Ercan, Z. Müge.; Urban Design in City and Regional Planning Department (2019)
Urban regeneration in historical sites is widely performed in these days. However, not only in the context of Turkey, but also in the most of urban areas from the world, the concept of social sustainability in regeneration practices has been ignored intentionally or unintentionally. The community who live in historical sites cannot provide their maintenance in the region by the reasons of only conservation and regeneration initiatives of tangible values of the area are performed, and conservation and adapta...
Urban spatial planning and socio-ethnic conflicts in Syria analysis, criticisms and proposals
Injerou, Jamal; Şenyapılı, Tansı; Department of City Planning (1990)
Urban redevelopment approaches for the squatter areas within a changing context of urban planing case study Ankara: Geçak urban redevelopment project
Kuzu, Aylin; Altaban, Özcan; Department of City Planning (1997)
Urban transformation projects in Ankara: challenge for a holistic urban planning system
Karaburun, Nursun; Uzun, Cemile Nil; Department of City and Regional Planning (2009)
The global weakening of nation states has isolated cities. On the other hand, the authority of local administrations has been increasing rapidly. Urban planning responsibility is under the authority of local governments. Due to intense competition for attractive solutions, local authorities have tended to use methods that produce immediate results. Therefore, planning approach has been changing and in place of comprehensive plans, we find quick fix projects. According to comprehensive planning approach and ...
Urban transformation projects in squatter settlements : the case of Ankara, Şentepe urban transformation project
İveynat, Nermin; Uzun, Cemile Nil; Department of City and Regional Planning (2008)
Squatter settlements still represent the worst of urban poverty and inequality in Turkey. Yet the world has the resources, know-how and power to reach the best experiences. Urban transformation has become a topic of growing interest in many cities in the world. It has also become popular in Turkish cities and the most common urban transformation projects in Turkey are implemented in squatter settlements. However, while the scope of urban transformation interventions generally aims to improve the quality of ...
Citation Formats
Z. M. Akkar Ercan, Urban regeneration and sustainable community development in historic neigborhoods of Istanbul. 2013, p. 454.