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Landsc. Archit. Front.    2020, Vol. 8 Issue (1) : 42-55     https://doi.org/10.15302/J-LAF-1-020019
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ECOLOGICAL EXTENSION OF REGULATORY PLANNING IN CHINA’S TERRITORIAL SPATIALPLANNING SYSTEM: A CASE STUDY ON MENTOUGOU DISTRICT, BEIJING
Xuelu CHEN1, Jue LI2(), Liyan XU3
1. Master Student in Landscape Architecture, College of Architecture and Landscape of Peking University
2. Master in Landscape Architecture, College of Architecture and Landscape of Peking University; Assistant Planner at Shanghai Tongji Urban Planning and Design Institute Co., Ltd.
3. Researcher and PhD Supervisor, College of Architecture and Landscape of Peking University
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Abstract

The current reform of China’s territorial spatial planning system is with profound expectation. Key to the implementation of spatial plans, regulatory detailed planning needs an improvement in preparation methods, indicator systems, coordination, and feasibility, etc. More work is urgently needed to make up the deficiencies of land use regulation and ecological restoration of territorial spaces. This paper devises methods for the ecological extension of regulatory planning with the theory of ecological security pattern. With Mentougou District in Beijing as a case study, this paper demonstrates the methods and roadmaps for ecological extension through land use control and community control and management. By analyzing the conflicts of ecological security and construction activities with a balancing mechanism, this study improves ecological control zoning and formulates regulatory principles and indicators. A thoughtful paradigm of preparation methods for the ecological extension of regulatory planning thus comes into being, which would offer references for the implementation and precise regulation of territorial spatial planning in China’s era of Ecological Civilization.

Keywords Territorial Spatial Planning      Regulatory Planning      Ecological Extension      Land Use Control      Community Control and Management      Ecological Process Traceback     
Corresponding Authors: Jue LI   
Issue Date: 30 March 2020
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Xuelu CHEN,Jue LI,Liyan XU. ECOLOGICAL EXTENSION OF REGULATORY PLANNING IN CHINA’S TERRITORIAL SPATIALPLANNING SYSTEM: A CASE STUDY ON MENTOUGOU DISTRICT, BEIJING[J]. Landsc. Archit. Front., 2020, 8(1): 42-55.
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http://journal.hep.com.cn/laf/EN/Y2020/V8/I1/42
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