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Evaluation Pattern of Development Stimulus Projects in Regenerating Urban Worn-Texture
M.R. Ebrahimnejad1, A. Sheikh Al-Islami *2, A. Malek Hosseini3
1- Department of Urban Planning, Borujerd Branch, Islamic Azad University, Borujerd, Iran
2- Department of Geography and Urban Planning, Borujerd Branch, Islamic Azad University, Borujerd, Iran , guplan@gmail.com
3- Department of Geography and Urban Planning, Malayer Branch, Islamic Azad University, Malayer, Iran
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Aims: Urban regeneration seeks to solve the problems of neighborhood erosion through the improvement of worn and damaged areas. In the meantime, stimulus projects and development of urban regeneration are productive in order to restore prosperity and development to the desired areas to launch a cycle of lively and dynamic activity in these areas. The purpose of this study was to provide a model for evaluating development stimulus projects in urban regeneration.
Methodology: This applied qualitative research was conducted in 2020. Using a review of documents (articles, books, interviews, and lectures) related to development stimulus projects in the reconstruction of the dilapidated urban fabric in Persian in Iran, 2 documents were reviewed. The method of data analysis was qualitative analysis using content analysis and category coding.
Findings: The results of category categorization showed that the evaluation model of development stimulus projects had 5 dimensions including social, economic, physical, environmental, and sustainability dimensions. These dimensions consisted of several components, each of which corresponded to the needs of the inhabitants of the worn-out tissue and in line with the regeneration strategies of these tissues.
Conclusion: Development stimulus projects as a platform for social and economic functions promote socio-economic status in these contexts and increase the motivation to participate in the process of improvement and modernization in the local community and cause a desire in the sector. Private investments in tissue. In this way, it is necessary to use small-scale projects of job creation, participation of capital residents, the prosperity of small-scale activities, index, and multi-purpose and hybrid uses.
Keywords: Urban Regeneration , Worn Texture , Development Stimulus Project , Small Scale Projects ,
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Article Type: Original Research | Subject: Urban Planning
Received: 2020/12/21 | Accepted: 2021/04/21 | Published: 2021/09/21
* Corresponding Author Address: Department of Urban Planning, Islamic Azad University - Boroujerd Branch, Imam Khomeini University Complex, Yadegar Imam St., Navab Sq., Boroujerd, Iran Postal Code: 6915136111
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Ebrahimnejad M, Sheikh Al-Islami A, Malek Hosseini A. Evaluation Pattern of Development Stimulus Projects in Regenerating Urban Worn-Texture. GeoRes. 2021; 36 (3) :253-261
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