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Recognize how networks connect and support healthy neighbourhood

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Walking & Cycling
Encourages walking and cycling centred around local neighbourhood based within a 10-minute walk

Walking & Cycling

Streets are the arteries of the communities they comprise more than 80% of public space in cities, and need to provide the citizens that use them with space where people can safely walk, bicycle, drive, take public transport and socialize. The vitality of urban life demands a design approach sensitive to the multi-faceted role streets play in our cities.


  • Public Life: Streets play a role in the public life of cities and communities and should be designed as public spaces as well as channels for movement.

  • Multimodal Transport: Creating dedicated lanes and passage for public transport with comfortable stops and stations, and coordinating action with varies forms of transport agencies on intersections

  • Business: Streets are an economic asset as much as a functional element. Well-designed streets generate higher revenues for businesses

  • Ecosystem: Streets should be designed as ecosystems where man-made systems interface with natural systems. From pervious pavements and bio-swales that manage storm water run-off to street trees that provide shade and are critical to the health of cities

Open Space

Permit green networks that link the public and open spaces

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Smart Cities

Implement Smart City technology in urban settings to make cities work more efficiently

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Open Spaces

Open spaces provide health and recreation benefits to people living and working nearby; have an ecological value and contribute to green infrastructure as well as being an important part of the landscape and setting of built development, and an important component in the achievement of sustainable development


  • Regional: Create regional strategies and green infrastructure strategies. Realise the value of open space and green infrastructure. Protect and improve biodiversity, tackling deficiencies in access to nature

  • Sub-regional: Green infrastructure strategies and Green grid networks. Protect green belt, metropolitan open land, and local open spaces and metropolitan park opportunities. Support the creation of networks of strategic open space such as green chains and green corridors

  • Local: Open space strategies.  Prepare open space strategies to protect, create and enhance all types of open space in their area. Protect and promote trees and woodland, and biodiversity.

  • Neighbourhood: Area action plans and Public realm strategies. Ensure that children have safe access to good quality, well-designed secure and stimulating play and informal recreation provision.

  • Site-based: Site management plans landscape management plans

Smart Cities

Utilize Smart City technology to combine low power sensors, wireless networks, web and mobile-based applications to use real time information to make cities work more efficiently. Utilize Big Data sets to reveal patterns, trends, and associations, especially relating to human behaviour and interactions.


  • Environment: Utilize real time information to monitor the built environment  in the face of changing environmental, economic or political conditions

  • Public Transport: Vehicles, infrastructure, public transit and people all work together as part of a connected transportation system that improves mobility and safety.

  • Buildings: implementation of intelligent control system interacting with the environment and user habits.

  • Smart Living: Incorporate the latest technology  into citizen daily activity, it will boost productivity and accelerating growth through digital world

United Nations Sustainable Development Goals 
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12. Responible Consumption & Production.
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