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Revitalisation Strategies of Urban Public Space in George Town World Heritage Site

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      Revitalisation of urban public space in Core Zone, George Town World Heritage Site (GTWHS) is a mechanism to redevelop the public space area in accordance with the development growth and population. This paper has discussed the revitalisation factors in creating a great urban public space. The main objectives of this study are : 1) to identify urban public space characteristics which is significantly for revitalisation purposes, and 2) to derive the more functionally public space that fit the modern urban life. A combination of method was applied, including quantitative and qualitative method. It has been concluded that it is important to revitalise urban public space through planning and urban management.

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      Asian Journal of Environment-Behaviour Studies
      e-IPH Ltd.
      November 25 2018
      December 04 2018
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