Green Spaces Management Strategy Using Suitability Evaluation and Proximity Method: Case of Satara City
Keywords:Green public spaces; suitability; spatial planning; thematic map; GIS; urbanization; parameters.
To ensure equitable and sustainable urban development, a thorough city-level green space management policy must be developed. In order to highlight present green space management practises, difficulties, and chances for improvement, this article focuses on the instance of Satara city. Reviewing best practises in managing green spaces from other Indian and international cities, the study will look at how they may be applied to Satara city. The research will also investigate and quantify the financial, social, and environmental advantages of investing in green spaces. The project will make better use of technology, including GIS and remote sensing, to manage the green spaces in Satara city. The report will also look at the best methods for managing green spaces and how community participation and engagement can be improved. The study will also make sure that Satara city's broader development objectives, such as lowering carbon emissions, improving air quality, and promoting public health and wellbeing, are in line with the management strategy for green areas. The results of this study will be helpful for Satara city and other cities with comparable problems in developing a comprehensive city-level green space management policy. The study is mostly dependent on secondary data, opinion surveys and personal observations. Though the study deals with open spaces both existing and future ones, and suggests a model to create new open areas where there is deficit, but due to shortage in time and non-availability of data the proposals are presented at a policy level.
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