Urban green space development from public land certificate: case study of Wiang Yong subdistrict municipality, Lamphun province


  • Supaschaya Prachchayakup Faculty of Architecture and Environmental Design Maejo University
  • Supanut Kanchanawong Faculty of Architecture and Environmental Design Maejo University


development of green space, public benefits, community plan, public land certificate


This research paper is part of a community planning project on the preservation of urban green spaces to serve as a tool for the cities’ sustainable management of green and open spaces. Development of urban green space with the participation of the community and concerned agencies for the public benefit of Wiang Yong sub-district municipality, Lamphun province, employs the workflow that brings the community plan maintain green areas. These are cities that have the potential to develop and focus on green space design that drive quality green spaces in creating sustainable urban green spaces. Research findings showed the following: (1) community participation is still significant for development of area or spaces, proving that communities have demands for green spaces that do not respond to recreation, but green spaces that provide both economic and environmental benefits; (2) green areas from public land certificate are a collection of many public green spaces for development as well as conservation that are useful for the community, and (3) the concept of green space development in the target cities leading to goals of “Green area + water + people”, result to a community plan for conserving green areas in the city with potential for development and providing municipalities with public green spaces to push quantitative and qualitative goals.  It consists of a green area in the public land certificate that has the potential of 15 community public space in community with the design guidelines for consisting of 4 areas is proposed. The community see the image. Moreover, there is provides the municipality for developing green areas that connect to the urban green area network and also improves public green areas based on the concept of sustainable green space design that can serve benefits to the urban population. Quality green areas support a variety of uses or functions both of recreation and learning for creating or generating jobs or community income as well.


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