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Urban planning is frequently utilised as a part of a larger city plan and can be defined as the process of building, developing, and designing the urban area. Urban planning comprises the use of open space, air, water, and the built environment, which includes buildings, transportation, economic, and social purposes.
New and pre-existing land, buildings, roads, public spaces, transit, economic growth, infrastructure, and the environment, for instance, all fall under the umbrella of urban town planning. While urban planning can be categorised into distinct conceptual types, they’re not mutually exclusive—a holistic urban plan should cover many, if not all, of the types.
Strategic Urban Planning
The strategic plan’s objectives might include enhancing city transit, developing additional communal spaces, increasing inhabitants’ quality of life, and enticing people to visit or relocate to the city.
Land-use planning is primarily concerned with law and policy, including the adoption of planning instruments such as governmental laws, regulations, rules, codes, and policies to impact land use.
Master planning is often used for greenfield development projects or construction on previously undeveloped land when you’re beginning from scratch rather than changing existing buildings or areas.
Repairing roads, expanding infrastructure, cleaning up pollution, and adding to parks and other public spaces are some of the revitalization strategies.
Economic development is the process of finding areas for expansion to encourage more financial success inside a community, particularly by luring businesses to construct or relocate their offices there.
Environmental planning is a sort of strategic planning that focuses on long-term sustainability.
Infrastructure planning is concerned with the basic facilities and processes that serve a city and its residents and how such facilities might support the strategic plan’s aims.
To improve the quality of life by providing efficient infrastructure, easy accessibility to healthcare, education, facilities, and services, as well as affordable, quality housing.
To prevent vulnerabilities stemming from urban infrastructures such as fire hazards, flooding, climate change, and other disasters.
To conserve natural resources and preserve them for future generations by adhering to urban planning regulations in Malaysia.
The New Urban Agenda represents a shared vision for a better and more sustainable future – one in which all people have equal rights and access to the benefits and opportunities that cities can offer, and in which the community reconsiders the urban systems and physical form of urban spaces to achieve this.
Leave no one behind, ensure urban equity, and eradicate poverty
Achieve sustainable, inclusive urban prosperity and opportunities for all
Foster ecological, resilient cities, and human settlements
The NUA presents a paradigm shift based on the science of cities; it lays out standards and principles for the planning, construction, development, management, and improvement of urban areas along its five main pillars of implementation: national urban policies, urban legislation and regulations, urban planning and design, local economy and municipal finance, and local implementation.
It is compulsory to strengthen urban planning in Malaysia to utilise the spatial dimension of the urban form and deliver the urban advantage.
The topmost priority of urban planning is to build a conducive environment that is safe and sustainable. Thus, the characteristics of a comprehensive urban planning practice are walkability, multifaceted, diversity, quality, central activity, green transportation, sustainability, and quality of life.
The fundamentals of urban planning in Malaysia are as follows:
Although urban planning and urban design are correlated, the two terms are not interchangeable. Urban planning consists of planning a city’s structures, including policies, infrastructure, neighbourhoods, and construction rules and regulations.
Meanwhile, urban design operates at the feature and system level, focusing on design and fostering connections. To simplify, urban planning is the act of planning city strategies and structures, while urban design is the act of designing city features.