CUS  Vol.6 No.4 , December 2018
Theories and Methods of Urban Development Programming: “Identifying Urban Development Programming Methodologies”
Urban development programming counted one of the major important stages of planning and design. Urban projects process still has not enough consideration to urban development programming stage. This step sometimes missed in urban development projects or confused with tasks of urban development planning. It has been slow to achieve full existence. Methodology and strategies of urban development do not set clear the limits to the mission of urban development programming. The knowledge about the urban programming process and skilled programmers, architects or planners is one of the major issues of these days. This research investigates the concept of urban development programming in urban projects, to indicate the separation of architectural programming and urban programming tasks, and additionally, obtaining to innovate a new methodology and analyze the challenges and implementation. This methodology is determining the urban development programming task as well as strategies for implementation. The process of urban development programming and methods could give opportunities to programmers, planners, users, developers and urban authorities to implement this major important phase in urban projects. The research explicitly explains that urban development programming is a part of urban development planning and simplifying the process of planning.
Cite this paper: Rohani, S. and Ma, W. (2018) Theories and Methods of Urban Development Programming: “Identifying Urban Development Programming Methodologies”. Current Urban Studies, 6, 532-558. doi: 10.4236/cus.2018.64029.

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