1. Mehmet Cetin, Kastamonu University, Turkey
An urban green space distribution of active and functional and aesthetic qualities of size and systematic planning will be possible with the development of an urban design concept. The adequacy of the standard value of green space is usually specified in the relevant legislation and comparing it with the amount of green space available per city are defined. Size and decreasing rates per person evaluated. Even distribution of distance and accessibility of green space throughout the city is closely related to the need to provide entertainment. Different sizes of green space, recreational activities and accessibility standards unit varies depending on the city they serve. In this research, Karabuk green field distribution and distribution of the amount of green space in the neighborhood, as well as scale are analyzed. According to the digitization of parks composed of polygons in the ArcGIS attribute table for calculation, parks in the study area consist of 30 different parcels, 12 of which are 10000 m2 or less in area. Most small parklands were 1.296 m2; the largest urban park is at the southern entrance of the city, with an area of 5.624 m2. Parks in the study area cover a total area of 8.358 m2.