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Challenges of spatial development of Ljubljana and Belgrade
2010 by Univerza v Ljubljani, Filozofska Fakulteta, Oddelek za geografijo in Ljubljana .
Written in English
|Statement||[edited by] by Marko Krevs, Dejan Djordjević, Nataša Pichler-Milanović|
|Series||GeograFF -- 8|
|LC Classifications||HT169.S5652 L583 2010|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||423 pages :|
|Number of Pages||423|
|LC Control Number||2011454074|
The texts presented in the monograph include reflections on the presence of artists in twelve cities of different sizes, development paths, cultural milieux, economic standing and location in Europe, both major metropolitan centres (Paris, Berlin, Brussels) and other capital or second-tier cities (Barcelona, Belgrade, Dublin, Leipzig, Ljubljana.
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Challenges of spatial development of Ljubljana and Belgrade By the s, deindustrialization was characteristic for the developed countries. East-Eu - ropean countries were in the worse position, comparing with the west-European coun-tries. Along with the challenges and problems, above all of the economic globalization.
The European Union is promoting a policy of balanced and sustainable spatial development planning. Spatial planning ministers have recently adopted a spatial development perspective for the European Union territory, which is proposing a spatial vision for the entire Union territory.
One of the issues to be raised is the possible link with the other planning levels, in particular with the Cited by: 1. Key words: Belgrade, spatial development, urba n densities, metro, light rail systems Introduction Belgrade experiences rapid economic an d population boom after World War IIAuthor: Miomir Jovanovic.
While the development of city of Belgrade was passing through advancing and backward phases, the development of Ljubljana was constantly advancing. The difference in current development level among the two cities can also be viewed through criteria for ecological evaluation, proposed in this paper.
Tošić D, Nevenić M () Urban settlements network—instrument of the spatial-functional organization of the Republic of Serbia. In: Krevs M, Djordjević D, Pichler-Milanović N (eds) Challenges of spatial development of Ljubljana and Belgrade.
Univerza v Ljubljani Google Scholar. Brownfield regeneration is one of the most complex mechanisms of sustainable spatial development . More specifically, brownfields appear as a result of the city growth and development, but also.
Djordjevic, N. Pichler-Milanovic (ed.), Challenges of Spatial Development of Ljubljana and Belgrade. Ljubljana: Scienti c Publishing House of the Faculty of Arts.
Sincewe have prepared and completed 87 implementation acts – Detailed Municipal Spatial Plans (DMSP), adopted by the City Council of COL. Business and economic zones in Ljubljana. The municipal spatial plan also defines the development of economic zones in the city, which promote investments intended for development of the economy.
Challenges of spatial development of Ljubljana and Belgrade, Filozofska Fakulteta, стр– ISBN Nevenić, R. (): Functional urban region- the instrument of polycentric spatial development of Serbia.
levels from project design and spatial planning to policymaking. The theme of the conference closely reflects the aim of the initiative “European Green Capital,” a title which Ljubljana – the host city of the conference – will hold in Ljubljana adopted a sustainable development vision for to further improve.
Nataša Pichler-Milanović is a senior research associate at the University of Ljubljana in urban geography and spatial planning. She graduated at the Faculty of Geographical Sciences, University of Belgrade and continued her post-graduate studies in urban and regional development and housing.
Ratkaj, I., and Grčić, M. Spatial structures and functional organiѕation of Belgrade. In M. Krevs, D. Đorđević and Nataša Pichler-Milanović (Eds.), Challenges of spatial development of Belgrade and Ljubljana (pp. ), GeograFF 8. Lubljana: Scientific Publishing House of the Faculty of Arts University of Ljubljana.
In: Challenges of spatial development of Ljubljana and Belgrade, GeograFF 8, Univerza v Ljubljani, Filozofska fakulteta, Oddelek za geografijo. Population Geography Article. capital city, Belgrade has commonly evolved from the centrally planned economy and spatial development to a market oriented city, changing also planning practice and legislations in aim to become a competitive SE European city.
Fig Belgrade position in Europe; FigThe area of the General Plan of Belgrade (Urban Planning Institute, UPI. In: Challenges of Spatial Development of Ljubljana and Belgrade. Edited by M.
Krevs, D. Djordjević, Nataša Pichler-Milanović, Ljubljana. (pp. Jump to Content Jump to Main Navigation Jump to Main Navigation. Under the leadership of the current mayor the city has gained new impetus; above all, as a European capital with an adopted vision of spatial development tohe has given Ljubljana back its sense of optimism in a future that is modern, but to the individual a friendly, well-kept and safe place.
Djordjevic A., (): Geo-information aspect of planning of Belgrade, Geograff 8. Challenges of spatial development of Ljubljana and Belgrade, Univerza v Ljubljani, Filozofska fakulteta, Oddelek za geografijo, Ljubljana 3. Ikonovic V., Djordjevic A., (): GIS zasnovano geoekološko kartiranje kao podrška efikasnijem prostornom.
This article analyzes the process of city center revitalization using the case of the City of Ljubljana. In it became the first and (so far) only post-socialist city to acquire the European Green Capital Award. In the process of transforming the city over the last ten years, many positive changes were achieved.
These are primarily reflected in improvements to the urban quality of life. Datum i mesto rođenja:Beograd Redovne studije upisane školske / godine na. This paper uses findings from sustainability studies to present the development of environmental urban geography in Slovenia in recent decades.
Modern European cities, of which Ljubljana is no exception, depart significantly from sustainable development concepts.
Compared to other similar cities, Ljubljana has an effective green space system, which its residents also perceive as offering a. The establishment and development of the Chair of Spatial Planning (KPP) and the Interdisciplinary Post‑graduate Study of Spatial and Urban Planning (IPŠPUP), from their early days to their transition to the Bologna system, was described by Prof.
Pogačnik in the introduction to this monograph (Achievements and Challenges over the Years). Urban land development in Belgrade is based on the LPC (RSA, ), the City's Decisions on Buildable Urban Land () and the Decision on Criteria and Standards for Determining the Fees for Land Development () as well as on the Master Urban Plan of Belgrade – MUP (,and ) and the Regional Spatial plan of.
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The city of Ljubljana is coming with open proposition to start a large scale transnational project of recreational and long distance tourist bicycle lanes connecting the capital cities Ljubljana, Zagreb and Belgrade.
Research part of the project could be focused on the positive environmental impacts of the project to the broader region.
Abstract. The chapter deals with the smart city metaphor, outlining its potential for empowering a climate-sensitive urban development.
Starting from a brief introduction of the smart city metaphor, the contribution focuses on the persisting dichotomy between a techno-centered and a human-centered perspective, which shape the different goals and objectives of the smart city initiatives.
Extensive green areas generate a recognizable green identity of Ljubljana. Due to the challenges of climate change and urbanization the city's spatial policy highlights revitalization of degraded urban areas, preserving the quality and scope of the existing green network and the protection of multifunctional natural areas surrounding the city.
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sustainable urban development and the participation of citizens. 4 These aspects and their presence or absence in the two cities are very good pointers to the main differences in urban revitalization between Ljubljana and Zagreb.
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