Planejamento urbano, formulação de políticas e cenários de design de uso do solo




Design, Usos da terra, Formulação de políticas, Cenários, Planejamento urbano


Este artigo tem como objetivo analisar as implicações entre planejamento urbano, formulação de políticas e cenários do design do uso da terra. A análise pressupõe que o planejamento e o design urbano contribuam para a qualidade dos usos e paisagens da terra de uma cidade, relacionados a fatores que melhoram qualitativamente as áreas urbanas e a atualização das áreas negligenciadas. Começa a analisar o planejamento e o planejamento urbano e suas relações com o uso da terra urbana, a formulação de políticas e as estratégias para retomar nos cenários de projeto. Conclui-se que o planejamento urbano, a formulação de políticas e o design do uso da terra são atividades relevantes para gerenciar os recursos da terra urbana e alcançar o desenvolvimento urbano sustentável.

Palavras-chave: Design, usos da terra, formulação de políticas, cenários, planejamento urbano.


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Biografia do Autor

José G. Vargas-Hernández, Universidade de Guadalajara

Research professor


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VARGAS-HERNÁNDEZ, J. G. Planejamento urbano, formulação de políticas e cenários de design de uso do solo. Labor e Engenho, Campinas, SP, v. 14, p. e020002, 2020. DOI: 10.20396/labore.v14i0.8659271. Disponível em: Acesso em: 16 out. 2021.