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International Journal of Environmental Sustainability and Protection
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 IJESP 2021/12
Vol.1, Iss.1 : 36-40

Research on The Success Factors of Preserving Historical and Cultural Districts

ZhongHui Lu1, Min Wang1*, Yi Ding1, MengTing Han1 and MengYa Zhu1

1School of Urban and Environmental Science, Huaiyin Normal University, Huai'an 223300; China

With the acceleration of urbanization, excessive urbanization and cluster expansion threaten the traditional environment of historical and cultural districts. The preservation of historical and cultural districts has become an important issue for urban development. Through literature review and case analysis, the six success factors are summarized in this article for historical and cultural district preservation: historical and cultural heritage, public participation, government actions, community construction, economic subsidies, and landscape appearance. By using the interpretive structure model to integrate the success factors, it has been concluded that historical and cultural heritage is the most basic factor. The results of this research provide an effective reference to enhance the preservation of historical areas.

Keywords:  Historical and Cultural Districts, Success Factors, Interpretive Structural Model

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Received:N/A; Revised:N/A; Accepted:N/A; Published:December 30, 2021
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Citation:Lu, Z., & Wang, M., & Ding, Y., & Han, M., & Zhu, M.(2021). Research on The Success Factors of Preserving Historical and Cultural Districts. International Journal of Environmental Sustainability and Protection, 1(1), 36-40.

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