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Annex l Al-Qurna

Annex l Al-Qurna Governorate of Luxor Study Report

Table of Contents LIST OF TABLES ............................................................................................................................ 3 LIST OF FIGURES ........................................................................................................................... 3 LIST OF IMAGES ........................................................................................................................... 3 1. INTRODUCTION ................................................................................................................... 4 2. THE CONTEXT ...................................................................................................................... 4 2.1. GEOGRAPHY & LOCATION AND IMPORTANCE (AL-QURNA AS AN ACTION AREA): ........................................ 4 2.2. INSTITUTIONAL AND LEGAL FRAMEWORK .............................................................................................. 5 2.3. EXISTING URBAN & RURAL DEVELOPMENT STRATEGY (UDS) AND HISTORICAL SITE MANAGEMENT PLAN (HSM), INDICATING MAIN DIMENSIONS OF THE CURRENT STATUS. .................................................................. 6 2.4. PHYSICAL PROBLEMS ......................................................................................................................... 6 3. PROBLEMS AND PROBLEM INDICATION ................................................................................ 7 4. HAZARDS & RISKS ANALYSES ................................................................................................ 8 4.1 SECAP SECTORS ANALYSIS. ................................................................................................................. 8 4.2 SUSTAINABLE URBAN DESIGN ANALYSIS. ............................................................................................. 11 Context and Distinctive character ................................................................................................ 11 Urban Development ..................................................................................................................... 11 Rural Development ....................................................................................................................... 12 Waterfront.................................................................................................................................... 12 4.3 HERITAGE SITES MANAGEMENT ANALYSIS. .......................................................................................... 13 4.4 ACTIONS NEEDED (CLASSIFIED AS PER IMMEDIATE/ SHORT, MID, AND LONG TERM BASIS). ........................... 15 5. PROPOSED INTERVENTIONS ............................................................................................... 17 5.1 PROJECT FICHES FOR IMMEDIATE/SHORT TERM ACTIONS ........................................................................ 17 5.1.1 Tourist Centre and Ticketing Office ................................................................................. 17 5.1.2 Clear transportation on the west bank ............................................................................... 23 5.1.3. Solar PV for Heritage Sites.................................................................................................. 29 5.1.4 Management of Agriculture waste ..................................................................................... 32 5.1.5. Environmental public awareness unit ................................................................................ 36 5.1.6. Waterfront Aesthetics ........................................................................................................ 39 5.2 PROJECT FICHES MID-TERM ACTIONS. .................................................................................................. 42 5.2.1. Integrated Master Plan ...................................................................................................... 42 6. APPENDIX: ......................................................................................................................... 46 LUXOR GOVERNORATE STRATEGY ............................................................................................................ 46 A.1. Introduction ........................................................................................................................... 46 A.2. Objectives .............................................................................................................................. 46 A.3. The Context ........................................................................................................................... 46 A.4 Projects & Tentative Vision .................................................................................................... 48 2

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