The brief resume of dissertation:The common aim of the various integrated urban regeneration approaches is to improve life conditions in cities faced with difficulties by designing various planning. Many researches have shown that the results of urban regeneration programs are limited in terms of economic. Furthermore, regeneration projects have not solved social regeneration problems. The current method used for assessing urban sustainability have proved to unable capture the complexity of urban sustainability by disregarding the importance of the local residence. This research aims to expand an assessment method that can consider the different integrated aspects of sustainability. In addition, the proposed method is designed for a selected city to develop and inform developers and users. By using mainly postpositive methodological approach, this research reaches its objectives. The information of this method and tools consists of different documents from municipalities and the other organizations including maps and interviews from managers and local residents.