The central pattern of distributing entertainment services and its role in achieving sustainable development in investment cities - Al-Jawahiri City as an example

Abstract

The research aims to study the role of the central pattern of distributing entertainment services in achieving sustainable development: economic, social and environmental within the special design of the modern investment cities announced by the National Investment Authority, which number five cities in the governorates of: Baghdad, Babylon, Karbala, Anbar and Nineveh, and which the central government has confirmed its support for the investment sector. And to provide the requirements for its success at the level of major strategic projects. The research focused on the city of (Al-Jawahiri as a model) in Baghdad Governorate - Abu Ghraib District, Al-Nasr and Al-Salam District, Tariq Camp (formerly), with an area of (7121) dunams. The central style was adopted in the process of distributing entertainment services, which is the most common among the planning patterns for entertainment services, and aims to take advantage of all available energies within the new cities in order to achieve the best benefit from recreational and tourism activities in the shortest possible period of time and at a pre-prepared annual growth rate. The research used the descriptive method supported by quantitative expressions by adopting data and statistics derived from several official bodies related to the government sector, in addition to information derived from official bulletins of the relevant bodies, as well as conducting personal interviews and field visits to the site where the study was conducted. The researchers arrived at a set of The most prominent conclusions were that if the concerned authorities in planning modern cities take the central pattern as a criterion for distributing recreational and tourism services, the dimensions of sustainable development will be achieved as a result