Paper Title:
To Be or Not to Be — Reflection on the Full Coverage of the Regulatory Detailed Planning
  Abstract

On the basis of analyzing the pros and cons of the current practice of full coverage of regulatory detailed planning, the paper aims to establish a dynamic regulatory detailed planning featuring a comprehensive regulation both macroscopically and microscopically. The paper holds the belief that the coverage scope of the regulatory detailed planning should be the short-term construction area; in case that the practice of “Full Coverage” needs to be conducted, it shall be compiled on the basis of time sequence by separating the short-term and long-term project. The compilation for short-term project should start from the region and go deeper into the block and land parcel, and the development intensity index should be worked out according to the stage of land leasing in specific project; the compilation for long-term project should focus on the region and block area, and the development intensity index should be formulated in line with the city’s specific development stage and then make adjustment accordingly.

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Periodical
Advanced Materials Research (Volumes 368-373)
Chapter
Chapter 4: Innovation of Regional Urban and Town Planning System
Edited by
Qing Yang, Li Hua Zhu, Jing Jing He, Zeng Feng Yan and Rui Ren
Pages
1710-1713
DOI
10.4028/www.scientific.net/AMR.368-373.1710
Citation
X. W. Zheng, M. H. Huang, Y. Wang, H. Q. Cao, "To Be or Not to Be — Reflection on the Full Coverage of the Regulatory Detailed Planning", Advanced Materials Research, Vols. 368-373, pp. 1710-1713, 2012
Online since
October 2011
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