Publication: A Study on the Optimized Evaluation Criteria for a Disaster-Prevention Urban Area in Yongkang District, Tainan City
Since the 921 earthquake struck Taiwan in 1999, Disaster-Prevention Urban (DPUR) become one of the major considerations in disaster-prevention policy. T DPUR projects by the Ministry of the Interior in 2013 aims to introduce an integ for urban areas with higher disaster risks. However, the need for clear and ite criteria for DPUR area selection is crucial. Controversial debates regardi designating the renewal area might result in high-risk area being undervalued low-risk area could be overvalued and stigmatized. Therefore, this research is proper evaluation criteria for DPUR areas in order to balance the possible negat on the renewal area. This research will be based on the second phase of the DPUR Research Project District, Tainan City, which was brought up by the Ministry of the Interior. buildings risk map, blocks with higher ratio of high-risk buildings per block w the potential DPUR areas. Secondly, cost-benefit analysis will be contacted for different ratio of the high-risk buildings. If benefit exceeds cost then it mak further invest in reducing the risk of disasters. Renewal cost will consider buildings, construction cost and land expropriation cost, etc. Renewal benefit potential disaster loss. This research is expecting to establish a better eva facilitate the designation of DPUR area that could consider both the moral conce feasibility.
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