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Volume 280, 2019The 5th International Conference on Sustainable Built Environment (ICSBE 2018)
|Number of page(s)||9|
|Section||Livable Rural and Urban Environment|
|Published online||08 May 2019|
The Need of Green Open Spaces as the Effect of Urban Waterfront Development in Sungai Bilu, a Stream Corridor Neighbourhood in Banjarmasin
University of Muhammadiyah Banjarmasin, Urban and Regional Planning Department, Faculty of Engineering, 70582, Gubernur Syarkawi, Barito Kuala, Indonesia
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Banjarmasin which is known as “the thousands river city” has avery close relationship with the waterfront. However, the pressure toupgrade the quality and quantity of urban areas has urged the localgovernment to do some new projects by sacrificing some natural cityelements. This has transformed Banjarmasin’s urban waterfront and riversin many ways. This study conducted to know the effect of urban waterfrontdevelopment in forming the green space in a stream corridorneighbourhood. For this purpose, green neighbourhood elements have beenused to indicate: how the waterfront development has affected theneighbourhood; the respond of local residents of the urban waterfrontdevelopment; and as the result is the urgent need of green spaces in theneighbourhood of stream corridors. The contents of these indicators areillustrated by analysing a stream corridor neighbourhood in Banjarmasincalled Sungai Bilu. This article was based on post evaluation andunderlying ideas of how the urban waterfront transformation has affectedthe need of public green open spaces in the neighbourhoods.
Key words: waterfront development / green open space / stream corridor / local residents.
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