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Neighborhood

  1. 1. NEIGHBORHOOD PLANNING submitted by Malvika Jaishal (P12UP004) ATechnical Presentation On
  2. 2. CONTENT:  Introduction  Housing problems of cities  Evolution of neighborhood planning  Purpose of neighborhood planning  Principle of neighborhood planning  Element of neighborhood planning  Benefits  Conclusion
  3. 3. INTODUCTION:  Neighborhoods: It is a small unit which serves the local community and encouraged them to foster a neighborhood spirit or relationship which seems to have been lost in modern life.  Neighborhood planning neighborhood planning is to organize neighborhood residents and seek their input throughout the planning process
  4. 4. Housing Problems in Cities:  Un-planned growth of settlement  Overpopulation in cities  ineffective and unfavorable land management  Water crisis in the society and city  Problems related to Drainage and WasteWater Disposal  Traffic andTransportation problems  Lack in proper Housing Policies.
  5. 5. Evolution of neighborhood planning:  Neighborhood Unit’ is introduced by Clarence Arthur Perry (1872-1944 )  Perry’s neighborhood unit concept began as a means of insulating the community from the ill-effects of burgeoning sea of vehicular traffic  The ‘Neighborhood Unit’ as a planning concept evolved in response to the degenerated environmental and social conditions fostered as a consequence of industrial revolution in the early 1900s
  6. 6. Purpose of Neighborhood Planning:  To make the people socialize with one and another.  To enable the inhabitants to share the public amenities and recreational facilities.  To support a safe and healthy environment within the neighborhood.  To provide safety and efficiency to road users and pedestrians.  To maintain, enhance, and improve area for recreational activities.  To determine community’s prospects for the future.
  7. 7. Principal of Neighborhood Planning:  Facilities  Sector  Size  Street System  Boundaries  Protective strips  Layout of building  Shopping centre  Community centres
  8. 8. Elements of Neighborhood Planning: Resedential Facilities Recreational FAcilities Road Network Health Facilities Commercial Facilities
  9. 9. Benefits:  It make the people socialize with one and another  It improves communication and focuses ideas.  It helps a neighborhood identify its strengths and evaluate its own resources.  It helps to build consensus about what needs to be accomplished;  It encourages creativity and builds partnerships both within and outside the neighborhood;  It enables others to become more informed and responsive about the policy and financial decisions of local government.
  10. 10. CONCLUSION  Neighborhood planning is quickly becoming a high priority for the city planning departments, and even human service providers  Neighborhood planning is effective and provide inspire those creative strategies that can increase the capacity of residents in charting out their shared future.  It’s a vision of a better future.
  11. 11. A vision without a plan is just a dream. A plan without a vision is just drudgery. But a vision with a plan can change the world
  12. 12. THANKYOU

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