The Current Paper Looks at Exploring the Need to Identify “Social Spaces” and “Social
Interactions”Based on Such Social Spaces In Context to the Changing Urban Scenarios at the Scale Of
Mixed Use Neighbourhoods Today and the Potential of These Neighbourhoods In Optimising the Social
Sustainability For „Spatially Dependant User Group‟(Group of People Dependant on Neighbourhood Spaces
For Social Exchanges).
Significance of Research In Context of Changing Urban Scenarios ,The Impacts of Changes In the Builtunbuilt
Relationships and Changed Formats In Social Exchanges ,Will Need Redefining What Is” Social
Space” and Hence a Need to Identify Typologies Within Neighbourhood Spaces Which Will Play Key Role In
Optimising Social Sustainability. the Current Research Attempts Towards Understanding the Factors
Shaping This Socio-Spatial Dynamix, For Functional, Liveable and Sustainable Social Spaces For The
Spatially Dependant User Group Through Comparative Mapping and Analysis of Three Different Mixed Use
Neighbourhoods to Arrive at Measuring How Sustainable the Given Neighbourhood Is With the Current
Status of How Active and How Much Adequate the Social Spaces Are Are Their Impact In Defining The
Overall Social Sustainability of the Neighbourhood.
The Literature Review Will Investigate the Concept of “Social Sustainability”And Be Focused on How Social
Spaces Conducive to Social Interactions In a Mixed Use Neighborhood Can Be Crucial In Shaping Social
Through Social Sur ...