RESEARCH ARTICLE


Research on the Impact Assessment of Public Service Facilities on Land Use Intensity: the Case of Regulatory Planning of Shangmaying of Baoji



Hou Quanhua*, Li Jie, Liu Xinyi
School of Architecture, Chang' an University, Xi'an 710061, China.


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Abstract

To further study the effects of public service facilities on the land use intensity at regulatory planning level and enhance the scientific determination of land use intensity, this paper expounds the influence mechanism and factors of the public service facilities on land use intensity in regulatory planning, and conducts quantitative evaluation of the influence factors through theoretical analysis, mathematical analysis and analytic hierarchy process etc. The results show that the influence mechanism of public service facilities on the land use intensity goes throughout all three levels of regulatory planning. Different characteristics of public service facilities on each level determine their different influence factors and take effect on the land use intensity index of the corresponding level, thus affecting the determination of the block floor area ratio. Based on this, this paper proposes a method to determine the land use intensity in regulatory planning under the restriction of public service facilities and completes the test in practice, which may provide a reference for determining the land use intensity in regulatory planning.

Keywords: Impact assessment, land use intensity, public service facilities, regulatory planning.