[뉴스레터] [newsletter] Design Council Busan will carry forward a CPTED project in residential areas for young people 상세보기
[뉴스레터] [newsletter] Design Council Busan will carry forward a CPTED project in residential areas for young people
홍보담당자 2021-08-31 15:36:45
Design Council Busan will carry forward a CPTED project in residential areas for young people
- DCB plans to introduce crime prevention environment design in a one-room area with a high percentage of single-person households.
- Expecting crime prevention effects through the installation of crime prevention facilities and environmental improvement
DCB will implement a CPTED project to create a safe and pleasant residential concentration area for young people living in Area around Busan National University, located in Jangjeon 1-dong, Geumjeong-gu.
DCB will carry out the project until June 2022 as part of the HUG's "Environmental Renewal Project for Youth Housing Concentrated Areas (The Safe Village).“
The project site is located in Jangjeon 1-dong, Geumjeong-gu, Busan, where many students from Busan National University reside, with 752 households, or about 80% of the 855 households in the area.
The target area has been continuously in need of improvement due to the high risk of crime as there are three security blind spots currently installed due to a large number of deserted dark alleys and side roads and a large number of Pilotti-structured housing structures.
DCB plans to implement crime prevention by introducing crime prevention environment design (a method to prevent crime by changing and improving buildings and urban spaces to a crime-defensive structure) and improving the residential environment by improving crime prevention facilities (such as CCTV, security lights, safety bell).
It will also develop and apply regional-specific crime prevention environmental design to relieve residents' anxiety, reduce the incidence of crimes, and maximize the effectiveness of the Safty Studio Certification Support Project.
DCB is promoting various public design projects as well as this project.