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Det offentliga rummet - Betydelsen av offentliga rum i den urbana miljön

Becker Olsson, Jenny LU (2015) SGEL36 20151
Department of Human Geography
Abstract
The urban areas are growing and the public spaces tend to be exploit. In Sweden, the urban planning must strive to achieve a good built environment. The aim of this paper is to study why the public spaces are important in the city, which qualities are important to promote people to use public places and if the municipality of Lomma are planning for a good built environment in the public areas. The study is based on three different theories made by Jane Jacobs, Jan Gehl, Ulla Berglund and Ulla Jergeby. The theories explain in different ways the important of the public spaces and how to make public areas that people want to stay in. The study has an urban planning perspective and therefor has planning documents been used to answer the... (More)
The urban areas are growing and the public spaces tend to be exploit. In Sweden, the urban planning must strive to achieve a good built environment. The aim of this paper is to study why the public spaces are important in the city, which qualities are important to promote people to use public places and if the municipality of Lomma are planning for a good built environment in the public areas. The study is based on three different theories made by Jane Jacobs, Jan Gehl, Ulla Berglund and Ulla Jergeby. The theories explain in different ways the important of the public spaces and how to make public areas that people want to stay in. The study has an urban planning perspective and therefor has planning documents been used to answer the question about the municipality of Lomma. The study shows that the public spaces is important and has different functions in the city. It’s a prerequisite for people to meet, which is essential in order to feel safe in the city. By creating conditions for activities and by building for the human scale, good built environment in the public space can be achieved. According to the planning documents, the municipality of Lomma do plan for good environment in the public spaces. (Less)
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Becker Olsson, Jenny LU
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SGEL36 20151
year
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M2 - Bachelor Degree
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human scale, public spaces, Municipality of Lomma, good built environment, planning documents
language
Swedish
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5436182
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2015-06-29 15:38:27
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  abstract     = {The urban areas are growing and the public spaces tend to be exploit. In Sweden, the urban planning must strive to achieve a good built environment. The aim of this paper is to study why the public spaces are important in the city, which qualities are important to promote people to use public places and if the municipality of Lomma are planning for a good built environment in the public areas. The study is based on three different theories made by Jane Jacobs, Jan Gehl, Ulla Berglund and Ulla Jergeby. The theories explain in different ways the important of the public spaces and how to make public areas that people want to stay in. The study has an urban planning perspective and therefor has planning documents been used to answer the question about the municipality of Lomma. The study shows that the public spaces is important and has different functions in the city. It’s a prerequisite for people to meet, which is essential in order to feel safe in the city. By creating conditions for activities and by building for the human scale, good built environment in the public space can be achieved. According to the planning documents, the municipality of Lomma do plan for good environment in the public spaces.},
  author       = {Becker Olsson, Jenny},
  keyword      = {human scale,public spaces,Municipality of Lomma,good built environment,planning documents},
  language     = {swe},
  note         = {Student Paper},
  title        = {Det offentliga rummet - Betydelsen av offentliga rum i den urbana miljön},
  year         = {2015},
}