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Centre of Studies for Park and Amenity Management

Faculty of Architecture, Planning and Surveying

Semester March – June 2018

PMG 456


(3 Hours)

Instructor: Ely Rouzee Bt Jamaluddin

Phone : 019-2816849
Email :
Room : A135 (FSPU 1)

Lecture / Tutorial: Monday : 2:00pm – 5.00pm (Group 2B)

Tuesday : 8:00am – 11.00am (Group 2A)

Location: Group 2A – B307

Group 2B – B307


1. Jabatan Perancangan Bandar & Desa (2010). Garis Panduan Tanah Lapang dan
Rekreasi, Kementerian Perumahan dan Kerajaan Tempatan Semenanjung

2. Jabatan Perancangan Bandar dan Desa (2003). Garis Panduan Perancangan dan
Pembangunan Taman Awam dan Rekreasi Bertema, Kementerian Perumahan
dan Kerajaan Tempatan Semenanjung Malaysia

3. Donald J. Molnar dan Albert J. Rutledge (1986). Anatomy of a Park: Essentials

of Recreation Area Planning and Design. Illinois, Waveland Press.

4. Christiansen M.L (1977). Park Planning Handbook. United States of America,

John Willey Sons Inc.
Course Description:

This course focuses on the basic aspects related to park planning and design. It
covers the principles and approaches in planning and design including park and site
analysis techniques.


1. Define the basic principles of park planning and design.

2. Identify the knowledge on the park planning and design process.
3. Distinguish and apply the basic planning and design principles of a park
development project.

Students Expectations:

This course provides an overview of park planning and design based on the literature;
therefore, it is mandatory that each student complete ALL text/article reading before the
class meeting. Library work beyond the course’s text/articles is expected. This is a
bachelor degree level course and all course work in class and assignments handed in
should be well thought out.

Attendance and Participation:

 Attendance is a requirement for this course. Students are expected to come to

class PREPARED, having done the readings. Attendance is according to the
regulations of UiTM.
 Students must attend lectures including other course activities such as
workshops/ tutorials/ laboratories/ studios/ fieldwork/ practical work and
internship as stipulated in the curriculum.
 Students with less than 80% attendance from the total contact hours for every
course, without the written approval from the Faculty/ Branch Campus/Learning
Centre, are not allowed to sit for the final examination of that course. For courses
with no final examinations, the course work will not be evaluated. Students will be
given a Grade F or fail with a ZZ status and a penalty of RM100.

Course Policies

• Classes will be used as a place to discuss brainstorm and plan your

• Information Gathering. All students may have to go out (with lecturer’s
permission) to gather information about selected topics and assignments.
• Grading. The course grade will be based on assignments, one project and your
attendance and participation. All marks will be weighted according to the
following scores:

All written assignment should be type, Arial, font size 11, with 1.5 space
margins. Papers with references are to follow APA style. All assignments are
due at the end of class unless other arrangements have been made. Late
assignment will cost you; your grade will be REDUCED 20% each day it is late.
Assignment format will be given for student reference.


There will be 1 Test conducted during this course. These tests or quiz will be on
the topics covered on the previous week. It is a short test taking only 1 hour of
the tutorial class session.

Point System for Grading Points

• Final Exam 30%

• Assessment
– Test (20%)
– Individual Assignment (Drawing) (20%)
– Group Assignment: (20%)
– Presentation (10%)

TOTAL 100%
Center of Studies for Park and Amenity Management
Faculty of Architecture, Planning, and Surveying


W1 Class Briefing 5 March – 27 Mei 2018
a. Course outline
b. Class policy
W2 Introduction to Park Planning and Design
1.1 Definition and Terminologies
1.2 Park Hierarchy and Functions
1.3 Park Development Objectives, Issues and Potential
W3 Park Development History
2.1 History of Park Development in Early Century
2.1 Park Development in Western Country
2.1 Park Development movement in Malaysia
Park Planning Process
W4 3.1 Site Inventory Process
W5 3.2 Site Analysis Process Drawing Assignment
W6 3.3 Park Development and Design Process by JPBD
Park Design Process
W7 4.1 Concept and Idea and Zoning Development Submit Drawing Assignment
MID-TERM BREAK 28 – 3 June 2018
W8 4.2 Drawing Plan Identification and Design Process 4 – 14 June 2018
W9 4.3 Park Program and Recreation Activities Planning
Park Planning Development
W10 5.1 Park Planning Consideration
W11 5.2 Park Planning Principles
W12 5.3 Park Planning Criteria and Characteristic
W13 5.4 Park Planning Factors and Guidelines
W14 Presentation – Park Design Proposal Submit Final Report
Course Revision
Study Week 15 – 21 June 2018
FINAL EXAM 22 June – 15 July 2018