Protection and Ecology Planning Strategy of Traditional Village Heritage, Take the Chen Lou Village as an Example

Yao Peng, Zhanguo Ma, Dongdong Zhu, Zhaojian Liu, Qingjun Meng

Ekoloji, 2019, Issue 107, Pages: 921-928, Article No: e107108

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Abstract

In this paper, on the traditional village construction and the analysis of existing problems in environmental planning and design, with the policy of new countryside planning movement in the developed countries, get inspired for the Chinese traditional villages planning and design, finally get should be combined with the present national conditions and the current situation of rural reasonable planning, such as making reasonable planning and design, strengthening the traditional villages public infrastructure planning, adjust measures to local conditions. Based on the above specific Suggestions on the comprehensive planning and design of traditional villages buildings and environment, a new rural area that meets the needs of farmers in the new era is designed to avoid the appearance of large-scale demolition and construction, which will result in waste of resources. Through the analysis of the existing problems in the construction protection and environmental design of the rural traditional villages in Xuzhou, the necessity of protecting the architectural features of the traditional villages in the north of Xuzhou is expounded in combination with the protection and present situation of the Chen Lou village in Pizhou village, Xuzhou, and the protection and development strategy of the rural space environment based on the ecology is put forward.

Keywords

ecology planning, traditional villages, protection, planning development strategies

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