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The Challenges and the Opportunities in the Urban Planning Preparedness

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The Challenges and the Opportunities in the Urban Planning Preparedness
Presented by:
Mr. La Ode Mansyur – Ministry Marine and Fisheries, UPT, Makassar Coastal and Marine Resource Management Center (BPSPL), Indonesia
Ms. Maliha Binte Mohiuddin – Regional Ambassador, YouthMappers Network, Bangladesh
Mr. Yin Shuxi – Lecturer, Center of Disaster Management, Hefei University of Technology, China
Ms. Maria Therese Sandra C. Cacas – Junior Engineering Associate, Campus Development and Maintenance Office, UP Open University
2019 ProSPER.Net Leadership Programme
24-30 November, 2019

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The Challenges and the Opportunities in the Urban Planning Preparedness

  1. 1. The Challenges and the Opportunities in the Urban Planning Preparedness Group I Maliha Binte Mohiuddin (Bangladesh) Maria Therese Sandra Cacas (Philippines) La Ode Mansyur (Indonesia) Simon Yin (China)
  2. 2. Background The Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) 11 is dedicated to making cities and human settlements safe, inclusive, resilient and sustainable. Recently, member States of the UN adopted a “New Urban Agenda” for re-establishing stronger commitments towards healthier, more functional and environmentally sound urban spaces. In the urban planning preparedness , we will discuss the whole issues within two factors:  Structural issues – refer to the construction sector.  Non-Structural issues – refer to the planners and the developers. Problems  Proper implementation of the concepts prepared by urban developers and planners.  Application of different technologies in the urban planning without thinking about the future sustainability.  Trying to implement other countries’ technologies without thinking about the diversifying landscape of different countries.
  3. 3. Aims and Objectives  To identify land use for urban planning in the context of DRR  To identify the disaster prone areas to SDGs  To provide spatial planning for management-based development disaster Methodology  This study uses a qualitative method. The type of data to be gathered is secondary data. Timeline  Gathering of information thru SIA etc. – 1 week  Evaluation of data gathered – 3 to 6 months  Preparation of final report – 2 weeks
  4. 4. Anticipated Outcomes and Challenges  China – Xiongan City  Indonesia – Jember Regency  Philippines – Manila  Bangladesh - Dhaka
  5. 5. Xiongan New Area as Resilience City  Established on April 1, 2017.  1 to 3 million residents in 200 to 2000 square kilometers.  105 kilometers southwest of Beijing. Three Abilities 1. Absorb disaster and maintain basic operation. 2. Self adapt to and resist disaster. 3. Recover from disaster and increase capacity for resisting more serious disaster in the future. 1. Maximally guarantee people’s life. 2. Sustain disaster and maintain urban system’s stability. 3. Maximally protect urban infrastructure and reduce losses. 4. Prompt recovery. Four Objectives
  6. 6. Underground facilities • Water • Electricity • Gas • Disaster management system Challenges  Far away from sea and river.  Lack of clean water.
  7. 7.  Population  Natural Events  High Fatalities Challenges of Jember Regency
  8. 8. Manila  Population: 13.7M Expected Outcomes  Safety from risks, disaster preparedness, transportation and mobility should be taken into consideration in the urban planning  Appropriate stakeholders that are involved with the construction industry should be responsible for integrating DRR activities into the planning, redesigning, construction, and operation of the current environment  Outsourcing of funds for implementation  Domination of politics Challenges
  9. 9. Expected Outcomes for the Urbanism in Dhaka • Re-negotiating the social and economic—as well as conceptual— separation approach. • Different organisations will have to be reorganised in response to a fluctuating landscape, along with devising newer types of economic, civic and social opportunities. • A new conception of a city will have to be developed that integrates urbanism, agriculture, infrastructure and
  10. 10. Challenges Most urban planners and policymakers focus on the core city. Official planning is unable to conceptualize the special and unique condition of this edge. Without that realization it is easy to participate in the destruction of the city's hydro-geographical landscape.  An audacious vision for Dhaka has to begin from the edge so that the norm of planning, in which the core is privileged, is reversed.
  11. 11. Measurements to overcome the possible challenges A) Sustainable and Affordable Housing Our goal to meet the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs. B) Green Roofs Green Roofs (roofs with a vegetated surface and substrate) provide ecosystem services in urban areas, including improved storm-water management, better regulation of building temperatures, reduced urban heat-island effects, and increased urban wildlife habitat. C) Sustainable Transportation Transport has a major impact on the spatial and economic development of cities and regions. The attractiveness of particular locations depends in part on the relative accessibility, and this in turn depends on the quality and quantity of the transport infrastructure
  12. 12. Measurements to Overcome the possible Challenges 1.The Map of Disaster Prone Areas 2.The Map of Land Use in Jember Regency
  13. 13. Map of Analysis of Land Use and Disaster Prone Areas
  14. 14. The idea of the city as a garden is not a fantasy but an urban ideology that combines civic well-being and environmental sustainability.
  15. 15. Reference s:  dailystar. net 2019. Published on 10 February  https://www.researchgate.net/publication/330102462  http://worldpopulationreview.com  zipmatch.com/blog/urban-planning-in-metro-manila Thank you!