大都市都心部におけるエリアマネジメント団体による景観マネジメントの実態に関する研究—景観形成に関する諸ルールの関係性と景観マネジメントの活動スキームに着目して

Translated title of the contribution: A study on the characteristics of landscape management by area management organization in the core area of large cities: Analysis of the relationship of the rules for landscape formation and clarification of the activity scheme of landscape management

Takagi Yuri, Kana Koichi, Hsiao Hongwei

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Abstract

In this study, as the characteristics of landscape management by area management organization (AMO) in the core area of large cities, we analyzed the relationship of rules for landscape formation in each case, and clarified the activity scheme of each landscape management. As a result, for buildings, it was found that it is possible to inherit the characteristic townscape through consultation using AMO's rules, etc., in addition to the regulations of the district plan. For public spaces, it is important to apply AMO's rules. In addition, it was clarified that further utilization can be expected through the division of roles between AMO and landowners and the accumulation of utilization results. As for the area management advertising project, there are many common points in each case, and it was found that AMO can contribute to the formation of the landscape by appropriately establishing and operating rules.
Translated title of the contributionA study on the characteristics of landscape management by area management organization in the core area of large cities: Analysis of the relationship of the rules for landscape formation and clarification of the activity scheme of landscape management
Original languageJapanese
Pages (from-to)461-468
Number of pages8
JournalJournal of the City Planning Institute of Japan
Volume56
Issue number3
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - Oct 25 2021

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