The Establishment of the Framework for Potential Evaluation to Culture-led Urban Development

Miss Yi-ya Hsu1, Dr. Hsien-hsin  Cheng1

1National Cheng Kung University, Tainan, Taiwan

 

After the 1980’s, many historical cities make efforts to challenge the plight of urban development, and also look forward to new strategies. Culture-led urban development is a kind of urban sustainable development strategy that divert and strengthen the developing context of the city, and its historical culture path dependence. Colonial culture, industrial culture, civic culture, and other related activities become the basic resources of these kind of development and the development potential of the strategy. The research tries to integrate culture indicators from different nations, then relate them to local data. Moving on, execute the stratified sampling. To set the investigate zone, do the cluster analysis with the original data in order to make the research area into some groups by neighborhood characteristics. This paper is written under the strategy of culture-led urban development, and indicate three varieties of developing goal, tourism, culture sustainable, and economical development. In addition, the evaluation is going to execute under different objects with the method, SMCE (Spatial Multi-Criteria Evaluation). Finally, analyzing the hotspot of the result and comparing with the current situation, so as to provide the characteristic zoning of overall strategy; therefore, to establish the framework for potential evaluation to culture-led urban development.


Biography:

I am a Master Student from urban planning and I have my Bachelor’s degree in Geography. I am trying to learn in both field. In my current research, I am interested in local culture resource and its relation to planning policy.

My email address: keziahsu@gmail.com

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