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  • Redevelopment of Urban Areas on the Principles of the Symbiosis of Urban Planning Systems and their Natural Environment
  • UDC 69:365.4:504.03
    Vyacheslav À. ILYICHEV, e-mail:
    Russian Academy of Àrchitecture and Ñonstruction Sciences (RAACS), Bolshaya Dmitrovka, 24, 107031 Moscow, Russian Federation
    Vitaliy I. KOLCHUNOV, e-mail:
    Natalya V. BAKAEVA, e-mail:
    Southwest State University, ul. 50 let Oktyabrya, 94, 305040 Kursk, Russian Federation
    Abstract. The article focuses on the urban planning principles reflecting the symbiotic development patterns for urban planning systems and their natural environment in the context of urban areas redevelopment. Urban planning principles are the basis for the system of strategic city planning and urban areas management. A completely new methodology for the quantitative evaluation of the functioning of life sustaining systems is proposed. The main criterion of this evaluation is the Biotechosphere humanitarian balance. Biotechnosphere balance relationships between time-dependent characteristics of the condition of the constituents and components. Integrated indices characterizing environmental conditions of urban areas and the level of the implementation of city functions based on the values of standardized safety and comfort parameters are proposed to be used as Biotechnosphere balance variables. Based on the proposed indices, it is possible to provide up-to-date cities' general plans, areas planning and building development and urban planning regulations for area zones. A quantitative analysis of the projects for integrated development of residential areas for the particular region was carried out. The analysis revealed quite poor safety and comfort characteristics of the accepted architectural and urban planning solutions.
    Key words: urban planning, of urban life support systems, safety, comfortable living environment, principles of transformation of the city in biospherecompatible and developing person, reconstruction.
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  • For citation: Ilyichev V. À., Kolchunov V. I., Bakaeva N. V. Redevelopment of Urban Areas on the Principles of the Symbiosis of Urban Planning Systems and their Natural Environment. Promyshlennoe i grazhdanskoe stroitel'stvo [Industrial and Civil Engineering], 2018, no. 3, pp. 4-11.