Development Plan for decreasing crime Rates at El Amir Hamad Archeological Site

Dr. Rasha Ali El-Ashmawy (1) , Dr. Yasmin Moanis Hatem (2)
(1) Department of Architectural, Faculty of Engineering, Delta University for Science and Technology, Dakahliya, Egypt , Egypt
(2) Department of Architectural, Faculty of Engineering, Delta University for Science and Technology, Dakahliya, Egypt , Egypt

Abstract

Recently, the direct causal relationship between the built environment and well-being has been shown to affect the quality of life as well as the performance of the urban environment. While it is often difficult to establish, the urban built environment plays a major role in shaping the way people act inside it. (Thwaites, Kevin, et al., 2016)


While urbanisation takes place in a transforming society, societal development leaves its signature in urban spaces. When industries and development plans decline in some parts of the city, especially those with archaeological value, those parts will have been abandoned due to migration. Urban pockets or gaps inside the built environment are left behind to suffer from informality, deterioration, and increasing crime and unemployment rates.


The aim of that research is to find some possible solutions in the direction of improving those public abandoned spaces that accommodate dangerous buildings, high rates of unemployment and unsafe urban areas in the regional range of Meet-Ghamr, Dakhlia governorate. (Aggnieszka Lisowska, 2017).


The targeted area of the study is "minaret el Amir Hamaad" in Meet-Ghamr, Dakahleia, Egypt, one of the most important archaeological sites in the Islamic heritage of Dakhlia governorate, which is well known for its unique mosques and mosque minarets.

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Dr. Rasha Ali El-Ashmawy
rasha51177@yahoo.com (Primary Contact)
Dr. Yasmin Moanis Hatem
Ali, D. R., & HATEM, Y. M. (2023). Development Plan for decreasing crime Rates at El Amir Hamad Archeological Site. International Journal of Environmental Science & Sustainable Development, 7(2). https://doi.org/10.21625/essd.v7i2.909 (Original work published December 30, 2022)

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