Cultural Heritage Conservation and the Sustainability of City’s Orderly Development: identification, conservation and construction of historic space

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Chinese Eastern Railway is the well-conserved linear cultural heritage in China in the 20th century. Despite that the conservation career of cultural heritage along Chinese Eastern Railway flourishes, the contradicted benefit demands between the conservation of historic buildings and the orderly development of the city is increasingly obvious. In this paper, Hengdaohezi Town, a station-located town along Chinese Eastern Railway, is taken as an example to explore its conservation of cultural heritage and sustainable ways for city’s orderly development from the view of historical space. It’s indicated from the results that mutually contradicted benefit demands could be balanced through the identification, conservation and construction of historic space. Then the requirements of historic heritage conservation are satisfied through the combination of conservation zoning delineation, limitation of building height, integration of spatial morphology, etc. Additionally, city development and construction and living environments could be improved through the adjustment of land use, alleviation of road traffic, upgrade of greening system, remediation of ecological environment, etc. Moreover, it’s shown from the realization ways that identification, conservation and construction of historic space is one of the ways to achieve the sustainable development of historic towns.
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Harbin Institute of Technology
Harbin Institute of Technology,school of Architecture
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Harbin Institute of Technology

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