Tropical Geography ›› 2021, Vol. 41 ›› Issue (4): 676-684.doi: 10.13284/j.cnki.rddl.003359

Special Issue: 国土空间规划

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Value Transmission and Goal Evolution of Territorial Spatial Governance in the New Era: Response of the Territorial Spatial Planning Index System at the City and County Scale

Jun Yue(), Pengcan Fan   

  1. Urban Planning & Design Institute of Shenzhen, Shenzhen 518028, China
  • Received:2020-12-22 Revised:2021-02-02 Online:2021-07-05 Published:2021-08-13


Through the establishment of the territorial spatial planning system, the logic of territorial spatial governance in the new era has gradually become clear, with ecological civilization construction as the strategic guidance, five development concepts(innovative, coordinated, green, open and shared development concept) as the ideological guidance, and territorial spatial planning as the basic tool. Based on the implications of territorial spatial and spatial planning, this study analyzed the internal value transmission relationship under territorial spatial governance and explored the logic of the general territorial spatial planning index system at the city and county scale required to meet high-quality development. Three main points regarding strategies to enhance territorial spatial planning were highlighted in this study. First, there is a strict internal transmission relationship between spatial planning goals and governance indicators. At present, territorial spatial governance for high-quality development faces complex problems. The government's multi-level strategic objectives and spatial governance concepts differentiate and evolve during the transmission, which leads to differences in the planning index system with respect to aspects such as attention, control, and overall planning. The guidance and control of planning implementation through planning indicators at all levels helps to achieve development goals and manage spatial issues. Second, the development of the index system for general territorial spatial planning at city and county scale requires not only the transmission of top-down hierarchical management and spatial governance for specific problems but also the exertion of index control based on constraints and expectations. Additionally, the index system also needs to consider the supporting role of new urbanization, rural revitalization, marine economy, ecological civilization, and other strategic objectives. Simultaneously, we should grasp the boundaries of developmental, regional, and spatial planning; carry out classified management around the territorial spatial using control objectives; and increase the proportion of spatial indicators in the index system. Third, the consensus on the planning index system in the era of multi-planning parallelism is to break down and reorganize. To build a planning index system for high-quality development, we need to recognize the strategic and fundamental roles of territorial spatial planning and respond to the incremental implementation of national strategies and improvement in the ability of territorial spatial governance. Under different resource endowments with different strategic development layouts and social and economic development stages, relying on the evolving logic of the index system will facilitate the development of a more practical planning index system with unified implications and provide support for the compilation, implementation, supervision, investigation, and evaluation of territorial spatial planning in the new era.

Key words: territorial spatial planning, territorial spatial development goals, index system of planning, territorial spatial governance

CLC Number: 

  • F301.2