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Site Planning

PROPOSED PLAN OF DRUG REHABLITATION


CENTRE ON PLOT NO 36, RAKBA THAKER
ESTATE, FATREHGARH CURIA ROAD
AMRITSAR.
Introduction
• What is Site Planning?

– Site planning is the organization of an area of


land to fit a program for its development which
is efficient, expresses the character of the
site, and provides attractive spaces to use.

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Purpose

• To learn and practice a logical method of fitting


design programs and sites harmoniously.

• To understand how natural factors


(landscape), socio-economic forces (planning),
and technological functions (architecture &
engineering) interact in the design process.

• To understand the importance of graphic and


verbal communication skills.

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Student Objectives
• Understand the site development process.

• Apply a method for surveying and presenting the


natural and human factors affecting the form and
appearance of the environment.

• Collect information and data concerning an


urban/rural planning or design issue, classify
and analyze the data, and make
recommendations related to that issue.
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Student Objectives
• Analyze a project program, the effect of these
factors on both site and program, and the impact
of specific programs on specific sites.

• Draw up guidelines for planning, architecture


and landscape architecture in the schematic
design analysis of a program on a site.

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Scope

• Introduction
• Types of planning
• Client’s program
• Background research
• Site survey: Natural factors
• Site survey: Human factors
• Program analysis
• Site analysis
• Site analysis: Natural factors
• Site analysis: Human factors
• Visual and spatial analysis

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Project
Paper Proposal Term Paper
1. Title • Select from suggested list of
topics or come up with your own
2. Topic description topic. This exercise is intended as
an exercise in data collection,
analysis and synthesis. Structure
3. Components (chapters) should include but is not limited to
topic/problem definition,
4. Method of study: descriptive facts,
problems/solutions or
a) Data collection & analysis
b) Comparative study
advantages/disadvantages type of
c) Case study
analysis. Comparative analysis
d) Quantitative Vs. qualitative
and/or case study methods are
e) Interviews
also encouraged. Should not
f) Book review exceed 10 pages double spaced
g) Etc. excluding pictures, diagrams,
exhibits, figures, and or tables.
Paper may include appendices.
5. Sources and references List of references/sources of
information is a must.

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