Volume 6, Issue 1, March 2020, Page: 7-13
The Protection and Development of Hainan Province Wenchangpuqian Town Ancient Villages and Towns Under the Concept of the Grey Land
Zang Huiyi, Department of City and Planning, Yancheng Teachers University, Yancheng, China
Shi Tingting, Personnel Agency of Science and Technology Department, Anhui jianzhu University, Anhui, China
Cang Yun, Department of Architecture, Yancheng Architectural Design and Research Institute co. LTD, Yancheng, China
Received: Nov. 3, 2019;       Accepted: Dec. 2, 2019;       Published: Apr. 23, 2020
DOI: 10.11648/j.ijsdr.20200601.12      View  426      Downloads  103
Abstract
Ancient towns and villages are an important cultural heritage of the Chinese nation. With the acceleration of urbanization, many ancient towns and villages have been blindly developed and destroyed without proper protection planning, leading to the increasingly prominent contradiction between protection and development of ancient towns and villages. Using the concept of "grey land" as reference, this paper explores the multiple planning of ancient villages and towns and the small-scale progressive protection, development and utilization in the process of new urbanization. Taking puqian town, wenchang city, hainan province as an example, this paper deeply analyzes the status quo of puqian town and makes a phased plan for it. On the basis of the initial planning meeting the needs of the current situation, the follow-up planning leaves room for transformation and renewal, so as to construct a new round of protection measures and planning methods for puqian town. Through multiple rounds of protection guidance planning, puqian town has improved its functions, business forms and space environment, and put forward the strategy of progressive space protection and development of ancient villages and towns, injecting new impetus into the protection and development of ancient villages and towns, and promoting the protection and sustainable development of ancient villages and towns.
Keywords
Gray Land, The Ancient Villages and Towns, Protection and Development Utilization, Planning for Many Times, Flexible Control
To cite this article
Zang Huiyi, Shi Tingting, Cang Yun, The Protection and Development of Hainan Province Wenchangpuqian Town Ancient Villages and Towns Under the Concept of the Grey Land, International Journal of Sustainable Development Research. Vol. 6, No. 1, 2020, pp. 7-13. doi: 10.11648/j.ijsdr.20200601.12
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