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Management of Creating a Comfortable Environment in Urban Areas of St Petersburg

Student: Mariia Zakharova

Supervisor: Alexander M. Khodachek

Faculty: Saint-Petersburg School of Social Sciences and Area Studies

Educational Programme: Public Administration (Bachelor)

Year of Graduation: 2020

The degree work on a subject «Management of creating a comfortable environment in urban areas of St. Petersburg» is devoted to the waterfront revitalization as part of creating a comfortable urban environment in St. Petersburg. The comparative analysis of theoretical approaches to a problem is carried out; bases and normatively-legal regulation of creating a comfortable urban environment in the Russian Federation, the maintenance of concept, a place and functions of urban waterfront are examined. Included observation and fieldwork revealed the problems faced by the Smolenka river embankment, current priorities, and its development potential. The function mix analysis of the Smolenka river embankment provides the structure of the functional use of the territory and the contents of the guidelines for the revitalization of the urban waterfront to create a comfortable urban environment in St. Petersburg. As a result of the study, a typology of the waterfront of St. Petersburg was identified, directions for the development of the waterfront, as well as place of attraction for the development of the embankment of the Smolenka river, were developed. Keywords: comfortable urban environment, waterfront revitalization, function mix analysis

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