Sürdürülebilir Kentsel Gelişmede Açık-Yeşil Alanların Rolü “Kırıkkale, Türkiye Örneği”

Koray ÖZCAN

Ekoloji, 2006, Issue 60, Pages: 37-45

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Abstract

The aim of this study is to estimate the planning principles of the urban open-green area system in Kýrýkkale for the future according to the potentials and dynamics of sustainable urban development. These estimations are based on the quantitative data obtained from Kýrýkkale city's 1/1.000 scale development plans along with reports and field surveys. The result of this study stated that the existing open-green areas in Kýrýkkale are far from satisfactory according to the quantity, and the spatial dispersion of urban open-green usages on the urban form is unbalanced and urban open-green areas have not been evaluated effectively according to the potentials and dynamics of sustainable urban development. By using findings, some suggestions relating with urban open-green system to the future are defined in terms of the sustainable urban development.

Keywords

Open-green areas, Kýrýkkale, sustainable urban development

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