The Location Selection For New Urban Area; A Case Study Real Estate Business New Location In Phnom Penh Based On Ahp Method

Lach Vutheachiva, Narat Hasachoo, Pornwasin Sirisawat

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Urban planning and location selection for new urban area has become the challenging issues. Selection of best potential location for new urban area development allows the socio-economic benefits of urbanization providing vibrant and livable urban spaces. The study aims to determine the criteria for selecting new location for urban areas in Phnom Penh, Capital city of Cambodia. It also identified and selected the alternative area that has higher potential for new urban area using AHP method. Five main criteria and three areas in Phnom Penh were selected with the in-depth interview from nine experts from nine real estate companies and two experts from ministry of Land Management, Urban Planning and Construction. With the structured questionnaires, data were also collected from 12 experts. The AHP method selected alternative 2 (CHROUY CHANGVAR ) as the best location for new urban area. Amongst the main criteria, it showed that Political factors is the most importance factors with the weight of (42.2%). It was followed by Locational factors (26.7), Demographic factors (18.6%), Neighbor factors (7.2%) and Environmental factors (5.3%). These results can be used for planning new location selection for new urban and cities.


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