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specialty journal of architecture and construction
Volume 2, 2016, Issue 3
The Hierarchy of City Spatial Organization in Terms of Establishment of Land Use Factors (Case study: District No. 2 of the Municipality of Hamadan)
Mostafa Zafarivahid, Esmaeil Shieh
Pages: 67-77

Abstract

The spatial planning of the city is the result of crystallization of the citizens’ mentality in their collective environment and space. Each civilization dominates a purposeful order that is raised from their perception about the world, society and urban elements in their living environment. The most important reason for cities difference is their different spatial planning that has emerged due to the differences in the order of each city as a system. This study aims to determine the hierarchy of the spatial planning of the district No.2 of Hamadan in terms of establishment of land use. This research is an applied study. This type of study can be used to carry out reforms in the organization physical, economic, social, etc aspects. Based on a comprehensive understanding of the spatial planning of the city, this study is trying to make and deliver the right policies and strategies to guide urban development. Due to the lack of a coherent a spatial organization in district No. 2 of Hamadan, it was suggested that this district takes shape of a total six regions which are consisted of three sub-neighborhood and six areas formed two districts that totally make up the six areas that required use of each of them was allocated in proportion to population centers, areas, neighborhoods and sub-neighborhoods. It is essential that urban management systems, by completing and upgrading what is presented in this article, in decision making, scrutinize the spatial organization of every city location data and avoid transient decisions and mere attention to the small scale without considering the role of each section in the further and more massive layout.





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