The Community Space Delimitation of Fuzzy Responsibility - Based on the Comparative Study of Two Community in Shanghai

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In the Planning and construction of community, clear and definite public space is a necessary, and all community residents should be responsible to the public space. In China, however, with the acceleration of urbanization and the frequency migration of the residents, the responsibility for community public space has become blurred. Community wall construction was an Effective method for community governance and now it was also used to delaminate of “fuzzy responsibility public space and Facilitie,which were considered to be open and shareable for the whole community when they were constructed. Thus, several problems appeared, such as the Residential segregation and the Security problems. Based on the six census data of Shanghai’s communities and field research, two typical community was selected for the comparative study: the rental rate was 80% and the self-occupied housing rate was 20% in Sichuan north Road community, while the rental rate was 20% and the self-occupied housing rate was 80% in Quyang Road community. Finally, by associating the spatial distribution of communities walls in two communities, this paper eventually 1: found a complex relationship between community residential structure and spatial distribution of community walls between buildings; 2, indicated that the community walls reflected the community property cognitive differences between different resident groups; 3, put forward some management recommendations under the existing regulatory framework accordingly.
Book of proceedings: Annual AESOP Congress, Definite Space – Fuzzy Responsibility, Prague, 13-16th July, 2015
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