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Planning for ExLandfill Redevelopment Assessing What Community Have in Mind

Planning for Ex-Landfill Redevelopment; Assessing What Community Have in Mind

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Malaysia, a fast growing developing country is now facing the issue of inadequate urban spaces for futuredevelopment, which leads to the need to redevelop the brownfield, particularly ex-landfills. A total of 296ex-landfills have been planned to undergo redevelopment by the year 2020. Although there is a policy forex-landfill development, a question arises if the policy reflects the needs of the society as the end-recipient thatdetermines the success of the planned development.

Therefore, this study was carried out to assess what thecommunity has in mind as a way to identify the community needs in ensuring the success of the futuredevelopment of ex-landfill. Based on the objectives to identify the perceptions of the community on:

  1. Ex-landfill issues,
  2. The appropriate type of re-development for the ex-landfills, and
  3. The function of thepublic park in ex-landfills,

which have been the main priority of the development type considered by thegovernment, this study produced a priority ranking result that could assist the urban administrator or specificallythe Local Authorities in Malaysia to plan an effective and an acceptable development of the ex-landfill for thebenefits of current and future communities.

Planning for Ex-Landfill Redevelopment; Assessing What Community Have in Mind


1.1 Introduction

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2.1 Introduction

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