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2018年第6期   DOI:10.22217/upi.2016.144
从社会因素角度评估香港城市更新模式的可持续性
Evaluating Sustainable Urban Renewal Approach in Hong Kong from a Social Perspective

郎嵬 李郇 陈婷婷

Lang Wei, Li Xun, Chen Tingting

关键词:社会可持续性;城市更新;历史建筑;旧香港水警总部;香港

Keywords:Social Sustainability; Urban Renewal; Historical Building; Former Marine Police Headquarter; Hong Kong

摘要:

香港城市更新一直伴随着不同的声音发展,政府和各利益群体竭尽全力地促进城市更新区内的可持续发展。文物保育和城市更新看起来似乎是矛盾的,两者是否可以并存? 如何增强和提升社会层面的可持续发展,值得政府、学者和规划师的关注。基于城市更新设计的社会可持续性指标体系的构建,通过介绍旧香港水警总部项目,从社会因素着手评价香港的历史建筑保护和城市更新,并探讨其可持续性,从而提高城市整体的可持续发展和城市活力。这为国内其他城市在更新建设过程中增强社会可持续性等方面提供了有效的参考。

Abstract:

Urban renewal in Hong Kong has been associated with different voices, where government and various interest groups have made every effort to promote sustainable development within urban renewal areas. Heritage preservation is seemingly contradictory with urban renewal driven by economic development, while how to enhance social sustainability on both ways is a question for the government, the academic, and planners. This paper explores the critical factors of urban renewal in urban planning and design through examining and evaluating the social elements of sustainable development via a case-study of Former Marine Police Headquarter, based on a conceptual framework of social sustainability indicators in urban renewal. As a reference of implementation process in urban renewal for all Chinese cities, this paper aims to discover the social considerations in urban renewal, which enhance the significance of social sustainability.

版权信息:
基金项目:国家自然科学基金项目(41571118、41801161、41801163),香港理工大学研究项目(1-ZVB9),中央高校基本科研业务费(17lgy39、18lgpy12),广东省自然科学基金博士科研启动项目(2018A030310263)
作者简介:

郎嵬,博士,中山大学地理科学与规划学院副研究员,广州中大城乡规划设计研究院规划师,国家注册规划师。langw30@mail.sysu.edu.cn
李郇(通信作者),中山大学地理科学与规划学院,教授;广州中大城乡规划设计研究院;中山大学城市化研究院院长。lixun23@126.com
陈婷婷,博士,中山大学地理科学与规划学院,副研究员;广州中大城乡规划设计研究院规划师

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