JOURNAL OF NATURAL RESOURCES ›› 2021, Vol. 36 ›› Issue (9): 2405-2423.doi: 10.31497/zrzyxb.20210917

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Construction of index system of regulatory detailed planning for emergency security of territorial space:To deal with public health emergencies as an example

HUANG Ying(), XU Wang-tu(), HUANG Kai-di   

  1. School of Architecture and Civil Engineering, Xiamen University, Xiamen 361005, Fujian, China
  • Received:2020-07-03 Revised:2021-03-13 Online:2021-09-28 Published:2021-11-28
  • Contact: XU Wang-tu E-mail:25320180155300@stu.xmu.edu.cn;ato1981@xmu.edu.cn

Abstract:

To satisfy the needs of territorial spatial planning system construction and response to public health emergencies, it is necessary to reform regulatory detailed planning indicators and management system. On the basis of in-depth analysis of the response and inadequacy of the existing control management to territorial space emergency safety and security, this study proposed the "prevention + emergency" regulatory planning management path and constructed the index implementation system. "Prevention" refers to the shaping of the spatial environment to improve urban resilience and enhance the city's ability to resist the risk of uncertainty. The main methods of "prevention" are: (1) Integrating the concept of healthy city into the index system of regulatory detailed planning. (2) Reducing the management scale of regulatory detailed planning units to form a spatial transmission system from the zone unit to the block unit. "Emergency" is to ensure the sustainability of the city's life system in the event of a public health emergency through control and regulation management, and to meet the need for epidemic prevention by guiding the compatibility of part of the land and the layout of emergency facilities, access and space through control and regulation.

Key words: regulatory detailed planning, territorial spatial planning, emergency safety, public health emergencies, urban life system, indicator system