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Title: Sustainable Conservation in Urban Cites-a Modal Proposal for Development: Adana Tepebağ-Kayalıbağ Location
Authors: Oral, Murat
Büyüköztürk, Elife
Keywords: Urban Protected Area
Sustainable Urban Consevation
Publisher: Alanya Hamdullah Emin Paşa University
Abstract: In conservation-development works that are being implemented in urban protected areas; It is an up-to-date problem that the studies carried out on the basis of single buildings, which are not integrated with the plan, cause irreversible problems in the field. In this study; It is aimed to create a basis for conservation-development projects in urban protected areas by searching for solutions to these problems through a model approach. In this study, conservation project examples in our country and in the world were examined and evaluated before the model proposal. In line with these examples, a general scheme for conservation studies was created and a model was proposed. Adana Tepebağ-Kayalıbağ region was determined as a sample model was tested on the area. The first stage of the schema created within the scope of the model consists of physical, socio-economic and administrative analyzes conducted in the region. Therefore, physical function analysis, number of floors analysis, transportation status analysis, floor ownership analysis, number of floors analysis, material and construction technique analysis, occupancy gap rate analysis were performed in the field. It is seen that scientific study methods are not used in conservation studies, holistic view of historical area is not used and participation is insufficient. Achieving sustainable protection will only be possible through a sustainable, holistic and broadly participatory approach.
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