Analysis of the use characteristics of supporting service facilities in the old community of changsha

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For a long time, China's urban planning process often pays attention to the development of material structure while ignoring the connotation demand of humans, resulting in a series of problems in urban development. Urban spatial planning and research are facing the transformation from large-scale production space-oriented urban planning and design to small-scale living space improvement and construction of residents’ daily life. Besides, the new planning standards promulgated from the humanistic point of view also bring new challenges to the current situation of community supporting facilities. At the same time, space research based on individual behavior has been valued and recognized by academia. This paper analyzes the planning and layout of urban community supporting service facilities and its layout methods, and summarizes the current community service supporting layout. Based on the relevant sociological theory, this paper combs the relevant theories of community behavior characteristics and public activity space at different levels. Starting from the living activity space of different levels of community residents, it analyses the public activity behavior of different levels of community residents, and explores the differences of facilities use and demand characteristics of different levels of community residents. This study is conducive to improving the quality and livability of the old community, providing convenient living space for the community, enhancing the good interaction between community residents and community public service facilities, and improving the allocation and management of public service facilities in the old community. This paper finds that Shazitang community service facilities can meet the needs of residents as a whole, but there are still some problems, such as insufficient number of facilities, low scale and small activity space, which affect the quality of daily life of community residents and the livability of the community. The characteristic population has a specific sequence of activities. This study considers that the behavior of middle-aged and elderly people in Shazitang community is regular, aggregated and gradual. Married workers focus their activities on family and work, focusing on the community environment for the growth of their children and their elders, while unmarried workers are willing to socialize and enjoy their leisure time after work and life. For younger children, their activities must be accompanied by their parents. Middle-aged and old children have strong independence and like collective activities. In the process of researching the use and demand of facilities of different characteristic groups, the author finds that there is a close relationship between the activity characteristics of other specific groups. In view of this, this paper puts forward some suggestions on the optimization of facilities allocation.
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ISO257
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7: Shaping Liveable Places
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