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1- Tehran University , apoura@ut.ac.ir
2- Tehran University
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The urban development strategy is a new initiative that is being implemented in many cities throughout the world, including several in Iran, to enhance the quality of life, combat poverty, promote sustainable development, and foster effective urban management with a participatory approach.This study aims to investigate and compare how residents and municipal administrators perceive various aspects of the urban development plan. This study is descriptive-analytical. The statistical population includes the managers and employees of urban management and citizens at Yasouj city. The research sample size was calculated using Cochran's method to be 384 participants for citizens and 30 people for managers. The research was analyzed using one-sample t-tests, independent t-tests, one-way analyses of variance (ANOVA), and multivariate linear regression.The study's findings indicate that while municipal administrators are largely satisfied with these dimensions' current status, residents believe that these elements of the urban development plan are not in satisfactory condition. The descriptive statistics and the t-test demonstrated that the mean of the overall dimensions of an urban development plan is 1.88 from the perspective of people and 2.98 from the perspective of urban administrators. The degree of satisfaction with the research's dimensions varies significantly between the two groups as well. According to the findings of the linear regression, the dimensions of bankability and the ability to live comfortably have the maximum and minimum significance from the perspective of the people with a coefficient of 0.413 and 0.167, respectively. However, from the perspective of city managers, the livability and good governance dimensions, with coefficients of 0.373 and 0.112, are the most and least significant. Finally, the findings of the present study may help urban managers make better decisions and deliver services that are more in line with the needs of the community.
     
Type of Study: Research | Subject: Geography and Urban Planning
Received: 2022/08/23 | Accepted: 2022/10/23

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