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Impacts of the Crown Property Developments in the City of Bangkok: Two Case Studies

Show simple item record Maglumtong , M 2015-10-05T15:28:49Z 2015-10-05T15:28:49Z 2015-10-05
dc.description.abstract This paper is a report on part of a research project commissioned by the Crown Property Bureau, Thailand (CPB). CPB is a quasi-government agency responsible for managing the real property of the Crown of the Kingdom of Thailand. Its main duty is to manage this estate in an efficient, yet equitable way. In Bangkok, CPB lands amounts to nearly 20 per cent of the total municipal area. Therefore, the agency’s land management policy not only affects socio-economic situation and living environments of CPB lands alone, but also broader planning and urban development of the city. Land development options can follow three options: 1) by the Crown Property Bureau itself, 2) in collaboration with private developers, and 3) in partnership with government projects. “The paper will illustrate and compare each of these land development options through case-studies that clarify the CPB strategic goals, achievements in socio-economic terms and impact on the wider neighborhood and urban development.” en_US
dc.language.iso en en_US
dc.subject Urban Redevelopment, Land Sharing, Regeneration Policy Bangkok, Low-income Communities, Community Participation, Housing Typologies en_US
dc.title Impacts of the Crown Property Developments in the City of Bangkok: Two Case Studies en_US
dc.type Conference-Full-text en_US
dc.identifier.faculty Architecture en_US
dc.identifier.department Department of Architecture en_US
dc.identifier.year 2014 en_US
dc.identifier.conference Second International Urban Design Conference on Cities, People and Places ICCPP- 2014 en_US Colombo en_US
dc.identifier.pgnos p. 330-339 en_US en_US

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