Journal of Interior Designing and Regional Planning

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Prajakta Palkar, Madhav Kumthekar
Journal of Interior Designing and Regional Planning, Volume 7, pp 28-33; https://doi.org/10.46610/joidrp.2022.v07i01.003

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The construction branch is one of the important branches for achieving the economy of the country. So, it is obligatory to find out a competent contractor among all, for the successful completion of the work. Construction bidding is the process of offering a proposal to undertake a construction project. And it is one of the methods for the selection of a contractor. Bidding strategies vary from contractor to contractor and each contractor has a different view of the factors affecting their bid decisions. This study aims to find an effective strategy for the selection of competent contractors and bid evaluation. There are many factors that influence the bidding strategy. These factors influence depend on the situation when the research is done.
Vijaya Jayasing Ghadge, B. A. Konnur, A. B. Landage
Journal of Interior Designing and Regional Planning, Volume 7, pp 24-27; https://doi.org/10.46610/joidrp.2022.v07i01.002

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The phrase "sustainability" relates to various building operations and various site designs for buildings, and maintenance work which includes repair, and demolition that have the least environmental impact. Structural engineers, building contractors and their number of clients, and designers must work cooperatively throughout the project. One of the most critical topics in the construction industry is sustainable development. Appropriate technology is small-scale technology that is easy to manage on a local level. Due to India's rapid urbanization, the building industry is experiencing a slew of environmental issues. As the demand for houses and other residential units grows, more energy, resources, and raw materials are consumed, resulting in an increase in carbon emissions, which increases carbon content in the air and is hazardous to the environment and human health. The construction industry is in charge of developing, changing, and upgrading humanity's living environment. However, the fundamental issue here is that construction and buildings have major environmental implications, absorbing a significant part of the earth's resources, including soil, energy, raw materials, water, and agricultural land. Considering all the paper discusses areas in building construction where appropriate and modern technology can be effectively employed and where savings in construction cost and energies are significant for long-term sustainability.
Okeke D. C.
Journal of Interior Designing and Regional Planning, Volume 7, pp 1-23; https://doi.org/10.46610/joidrp.2022.v07i01.001

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The incidence of disconnect between the modern and local economy in the development of urban regions has sustained urban productivity decline in Africa since mid-twentieth century. The resilience of the status quo, regardless of neo-liberal planning intervention, necessitates the search for an alternative planning approach. This paper considers the neo-mercantile planning option, which seeks to restructure the space economy through spatial integration. The paper shares how neo-mercantile planning protocol bears on development planning to rework the space economy of Enugu urban region in Enugu State, Nigeria as a way forward for planning in Africa.
Sruthy George
Journal of Interior Designing and Regional Planning, Volume 6; https://doi.org/10.46610/joidrp.2021.v06i02.001

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People with disabilities have the same basic right of access as any other citizen. An inclusive and accessible physical environment is a critical element in mainstreaming disabled people, particularly in developing countries such as India. A freely accessible environment without any physical barrier is the most important requirement of an inclusive society as it determines what differently abled people can be and do. With the increased emphasis on the rights of differently abled people in recent years, it is important to understand the barriers faced by them when accessing the public spaces and facilities. This paper uses focus group discussions and interviews to try to determine the disabling factors in the urban environment that prevent disabled people from participating and explores the role of urban planning in making an accessible and inclusive city. For this the Smart city mission Trivandrum was taken as a platform, as improving the quality of citizens' life is a major goal of India’s smart cities development.
Adil Afsar
Journal of Interior Designing and Regional Planning, Volume 5; https://doi.org/10.46610/joidrp.2020.v05i02.001

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The world today is evolving at a very rapid pace. The needs today won't be the needs of tomorrow. This shift of the needs and longing of humans to experience something beyond exceptional is not momentary. This shift is continuous and humans are pushing their limits to experience something which they haven't before. In order to quench that thirst, the products which satisfy their desires don't last long and that's why the products today are short lived and are not sustainable. This is very good for the economy in order to keep the cycle running espousing consumerism as well. This is giving a tough challenge to designers and architects of today to create something sustainable which can keep the people engaged for a long time. Thus, the designers and Architects are in the middle of this issue. Where they don't know whether they shall create something which is sustainable or something which is short lived and increases the desire of the consumer to look for what next.
Indrani Chakraborty, Subhrajit Banerjee
Journal of Interior Designing and Regional Planning, Volume 5, pp 21-27; https://doi.org/10.46610/joidrp.2020.v05i01.004

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Transportation industry of a nation is responsible for it’s overall growth and economic development for a wide range of reasons. Mobility is vital for GDP growth and proper utilization of its resources. Due to ease in accessibility and enhanced mobility of raw materials and finished goods it benefits industrial production. The aim of this paper is to look upon the role of a well-connected Transport system in the economic Advancement of India. A good transport system can widen the market for production sector. It can also ease the transportation of raw materials, fuel and machinery to the places of production easy. Transport on a national Scale favors a wider range of Social and economic Interactions .In a country like India where the development potential is high, Transport investment flourishes economic growth. The development of the Transport system is embedded in the scale and context of the nativity, from global to local and from environmental, historical and technological perspectives. The quality of the Mobility standards and connectivity links affect the competition between Nations, as is affects the quality of life of life of the residents and accessibility to the resources.
Khalaf Alla, Adam Mohamed
Journal of Interior Designing and Regional Planning, Volume 5, pp 28-36; https://doi.org/10.46610/joidrp.2020.v05i01.005

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One of the main problems in the social development of most third world countries is Africa, Asia and Latin America: economic underdevelopment, poverty, environmental pollution and high density all lead to an increase in informal housing, which is created as a result of the occupation of the land with no services necessary for life. This has led to an increase in crime, poverty, epidemics and infectious diseases affecting nearby settlements in the city. In 1970-1980 in the Sudanese capital Khartoum, infectious diseases such as cholera and Typhoid appeared, some citizens became building their homes in the sewers, which led to the death of many and caused the risk of flooding, as happened in 1988-1996. This occurring occurs in the absence of scientific planning for the development and development of the city and has a great impact on the development of the largest cities of Sudan and its capital Khartoum. The importance of research comes when looking at the centers of the old Sudanese cities, which surrounds the random housing and single-storey buildings that are free of intensive sanitation, as these buildings do not live up to the required level where the narrow streets and high population density and lack of a forestation and greenery and service facilities, so it is necessary to reduce this type of housing and this requires scientific stitching and planning of human settlements in the form of full-service housing groups and reconstruction. To solve this problem, sufficient scientific studies must be conducted that will lead to the work of an integrated program of planning and solutions that conform to the available possibilities and exploit local materials and develop them on scientific bases to perform the desired purpose. The results of the study proved that the architectural expansion of the architectural expansion, which consisted of the design of five-storey architectural apartments, has a significant impact on reducing random housing and the best use of land. It was found that multi-storey buildings with five floors are considered to be the economic and security situation, as the study found that 25.4% of the land was used and therefore provide 74.6% of land use.
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