Urban and Regional Planning

Volume 7, Issue 2, June 2022

  • City Dwellers’ Relief from Monotony Through Recreational Aesthetic View: A Study on Buriganga Eco-park, Dhaka, Bangladesh

    Jahangir Ali

    Issue: Volume 7, Issue 2, June 2022
    Pages: 26-38
    Received: 4 February 2022
    Accepted: 28 March 2022
    Published: 9 April 2022
    Abstract: Dhaka, the capital city of Bangladesh, with expanding new areas has been suffering from inadequate provision of recreation facilities. The city lacks miserably in providing recreational space and facilities to its city dwellers which is very important for mental and psychological fitness. The existing open space and park provisions vary widely betw... Show More
  • Characterize Innovative Space of City Based on Multivariate Data: A Case Study of Guangzhou, China

    Gang Li

    Issue: Volume 7, Issue 2, June 2022
    Pages: 39-46
    Received: 17 May 2022
    Published: 19 May 2022
    Abstract: With the emergence of knowledge economy, innovation has evolved as the principal driver of economic development. In the subjects of economic geography and urban planning, the relationship between innovation and place has been a research focus. The purpose of this research is to explore the method of characterizing the spatial distribution of innova... Show More
  • A Study on Facility Management Practice in Nigeria: A Case Study of Nigerian Communication Commission, Abuja Nigeria

    Adewale Olufunlola Yoade, Abiola Stephen Oladipupo, Foluso Olayinka Ayeni

    Issue: Volume 7, Issue 2, June 2022
    Pages: 47-54
    Received: 28 February 2022
    Accepted: 6 April 2022
    Published: 26 May 2022
    Abstract: This paper examined facility management practices in Nigeria using Nigerian Communication Commission (NCC) as a case study. Both primary and secondary data were utilized for this study. The target populations are the staffs of the Nigerian Communication Commission, Abuja, the facility managers at the NCC and the estate surveyor in charge of the fac... Show More
  • Selection of the Most Appropriate Sustainable Buildings Assessment Categories and Criteria for Developing Countries: Case of Ethiopia

    Mekonnen Abebe Anshebo, Wubishet Jekale Mengesha, Daniel Lirebo Sokido

    Issue: Volume 7, Issue 2, June 2022
    Pages: 55-67
    Received: 26 February 2022
    Accepted: 7 April 2022
    Published: 31 May 2022
    Abstract: Sustainable/green buildings can save for 36% of total energy use, 65% of electricity consumption, and 30% of greenhouse gas emissions, 30% of raw materials use, 30% of waste output, and 12% of potable water consumption. Several sustainable/green building assessment tools were existed and used by both developed and developing countries. However; Eth... Show More