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This article discusses the recent construction of several residential structures in Jizzakh, as well as the need and requirements for residential buildings, modern single-family and multi-story buildings that are convenient for the people. A study that uses case study approach, data for this study were collected by in-depth observation and interview with city officials. It was found that the building and planning aims for housing projects are advanced in accordance with urban planning laws. A successful urban plan should balance the needs and interests of different stakeholders, while also ensuring the long-term sustainability and resilience of the city. Urban planners and developers should adopt a holistic and participatory approach that involves the local community, the industry sector, and the government in the decision-making process. By doing so, they can create a livable and prosperous city that enhances the quality of life for its residents and visitors.

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Jizzak construction works redevelopment preservation

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Yesbergenov, B. Y. (2024). Results of Existing Buildings and Construction Works in the City of Jizzak. Central Asian Journal of Social Sciences and History, 5(1), 194-200. https://doi.org/10.17605/cajssh.v5i1.1062

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