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Development of Courtyards in Megapolis (The case of St. Petersburg

Student: Vladislav Krutikhin

Supervisor: Alexander M. Khodachek

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

Educational Programme: Public Administration (Bachelor)

Year of Graduation: 2020

The bachelor thesis «…» is dedicated to the definition of courtyards’ complex development method. During the research courtyards’ functions and historical evolution of courtyard’s definition were examined. Moreover, yard management regulations, yard construction and improvement were explored. In addition, research pays attention to housing issues. The thesis shows statistics of Vasilievsky municipal district’s multi-unit fund and it’s functional analysis. As well as stakeholder’s analysis was conducted. In the process of examined the above issues new type of courtyards was suggested. This type of courtyards could be transformed into pedestrian areas and positively influences on neighborhood connectivity. Furthermore, they could contribute to the appearance of new recreational areas, which could be socially and economically beneficial. Key words: courtyard, pedestrian area, Saint-Petersburg, courtyard management

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