Assessing the Livability of the New and Old Parts of Tehran, Municipality Districts 22 and 10 of Tehran

10 Pages Posted: 27 Nov 2015

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Mahmoud Jomehpour

Allameh Tabatabai University - Department of Social planning

Date Written: September 30, 2015

Abstract

This study is to investigate the livability of urban region using the defined global and local parameters. Based on theoretical studies and expert reviews, livability indicators have been identified. The selected indicators were subjected to field surveys. For this purpose, we began to collect residents’ opinions and analyzed the results using statistical methods. According to the results, the livability in Tehran 22 is desirable. And only some of the indicators are less favorable, that we can take steps using residents’ opinions and the offered suggestions to improve them in the best form. In general it can be said, District 22 of Tehran requires great effort to become an area for living. Comparing livability indicators in the two Districts 22 and 10 as new and old regions shows that, in factors of access to infrastructure and welfare services, such as public transport services, District 10 as the old region enjoys better situation than District 22. While in factors of environmental quality indicators, the new district enjoys higher level of livability. In factors of social indicators such as the security, both the regions enjoy appropriate livability level.

Keywords: liveability, liveability indicators, District 22, District 10, municipality of Tehran

Suggested Citation

Jomehpour, Mahmoud, Assessing the Livability of the New and Old Parts of Tehran, Municipality Districts 22 and 10 of Tehran (September 30, 2015). OIDA International Journal of Sustainable Development, Vol. 08, No. 09, pp. 87-96, 2015. Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=2695580

Mahmoud Jomehpour (Contact Author)

Allameh Tabatabai University - Department of Social planning ( email )

Dehkadeh-ye-Olympic
Tehran, Tehran 1911783643
Iran

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