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Kuan-Hua, Huang ; Jen-Te, Pai ; Jen-Hua, Liu
出版情報: International Review for Spatial Planning and Sustainable Development.  4  pp.64-77,  2016-01-15.  SPSD Press
URL: http://hdl.handle.net/2297/45046
概要: When the city develops to a certain extent, the city will have some problem of aging. In order to solve this problem, the governments carry out "urban renewal" policies to cope with it. Urban renewal makes the urban land to reuse with the urban planning, the urban function to recovery, the life to improve, and to raise the public Interest. The Taiwan Government has published the “Urban Renewal Act” and “Bulk Reward for Urban Renewal” since 1998 to promote the urban renewal policies and civil participation. Taipei, though, is the earliest and the most experienced city in Taiwan which has already conducted 221 urban renewal projects so far, neither the projects themselves can present the specific interests created nor the government can assess the effectiveness of them. In recent years, a Data Envelopment Analysis (DEA) method is widely used in various fields. Because the process of urban renewal involves a variety of input and output factors, the relationship between them can be regarded as a major project for performance assessment. This study, therefore, categorizes the urban renewal projects in Taipei City as a decision making unit. The influential factors were further determined and divided into environmental, economic and social dimensions. Following this, the DEA method was used to evaluate the efficiency of urban renewal projects. Finally the outcomes of evaluation can be used as an approach for government and developers to propose an efficient urban renewal project. 続きを見る
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Kuan-Hua, Huang ; Jen-Te, Pai
出版情報: International Review for Spatial Planning and Sustainable Development.  3  pp.22-38,  2015-04-15.  SPSD Press
URL: http://hdl.handle.net/2297/42973
概要: Urban renewal is one of the important government policies to improve the urban environment and economic growth. To further utilize public land, the Construction and Planning Agency, Ministry of Interior (CPAMI) coordinated with the related public offices to release government-owned land that contains large under-developed areas with the most business incentives for urban renewal. The policy still follows an "urban redevelopment" approach, in this case emphasizing environment improvement and construction, such as building reconstruction. The participation of communities and the ecological integrity of the natural systems in the process of urban renewal is still insufficient. The purpose of this study was to explore Taiwan's urban renewal policy development process and mechanisms of the CPAMI-led urban renewal projects. In addition, this study references Aldo Leopold's land ethic theory, using this theory to explore the power dynamics and land health problems. Understanding the government-led urban renewal policies is needed to improve the social, economic and ecological issues. By "regenerating" the dilapidated region, the urban area is expected to regain its energy and sustainability. 続きを見る