Evaluation of Social Sustainability and QoL in Residential Neighborhoods of Baku City
Within the city, the actual processing of neighborhood transformation is segregation based on economic status. Since 2017, new rich-people districts in Baku have emerged, with the territory generally physically limited by high fences. Following that, there is clearly a growing process of dissatisfaction among the middle and creative classes of people. Most people agree that cities are places where a large number of people live and work; they are administrative, commercial, and residential centers. The subset of sustainability impacts that directly affect people in a community, such as economic development, affordability, public health, social equity, and pollution exposure, is referred to as livability. The study of the social environment (SE) and sustainability in Baku City’s residential neighborhoods (RN) was undertaken as expertise for the Baku Masterplan 2020-2040, which was developed in response to a request from the Azerbaijan State Committee of Architecture and Urban Planning. The study’s goal was to review the current stage of master plan development and its strategy to support or direct toward the aspiration of being sustainable residential neighborhoods by improving QoL. Another goal was to investigate the impact of the social environment, culture, and energy conservation on the QoL happiness of Baku residents. Despite the obvious diversity of residential areas, the research presented here attempted to compile The information gathered during the Baku Strategic Planning Process aids in determining existing urban development trends and the exploration of re-generable solutions. The information gathered during the Baku Strategic Planning Process aids in determining existing urban development trends and exploring re-generable solutions.
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Dr. Emir Fikret Huseynov
Azerbaijan University of Architectural and Construction, Azerbaijan.
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