Urban environment has been changed and deteriorated, due to rapid urbanization, as well as other factors including a lack of implementation of environmental information and knowledge in the urban planning practice. Therefore, there is a need to develop a systematic and user-friendly method for city planners and policymakers to make scientific and evidence-based decisions in order to address urban environmental issues. This chapter takes Wuhan, China, as an example, applies the understandings of frontal area density in Chap. 2
, and provides a practical tool to identify planning goals and guidelines for master and district planning. In the chapter, specific meteorological information and 3D urban morphology data were comprehensively integrated into Geographical Information System (GIS) to map and evaluate wind permeability at the urban scale. The resultant urban planning strategies at various spatial scales can complement one another, and be interwoven into the whole urban planning process with a collaborative effort from local town planners and policymakers of the Planning Bureau of Government.