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  1. Library Resource
    Peer-reviewed publication
    December, 2002
    Serbia

    As elsewhere in the ex-communist/socialist countries, the former planning system in Yugoslavia has been dismantled as from the beginning of 1990s, and the planning practice has from then onwards been steered by an apart mixture of old habits, few institutional innovations and the social, economic and political turbulence of the transition period.

  2. Library Resource
    Peer-reviewed publication
    December, 2002

    Berlin’s unification in the last 12 years was not only a political, social or civil task to be solved, but it was essential to go with a readable and coherent urban structure. This was attempted with the elaboration of the 'Planwerk Innenstadt', a structural land use plan for central Berlin covering an area of 30 km2. The urbanism and architecture practised in the last decade reflect the rigid and conservative aesthetics and inflexible guidelines of traditional European townbuilding, set up by the plan and the Senate.

  3. Library Resource
    Peer-reviewed publication
    December, 2002
    Serbia

    The short review of the space protection efficiency in European countries and in Serbia has been given. The role of instruments and measures of land policy and corresponding combinations of stimulative and destimulative instruments of economic and fiscal policy, with provision of programming and other support in efficient space protection and reservation in European countries has been investigated.

  4. Library Resource
    Peer-reviewed publication
    December, 2002
    Serbia

    In this paper, the capitalization, urban land management and planning routine have been explored. The focus dwells on the praxis and urban planning perspectives as a link and means for realizing the public interest in space and the role of 'urban transplants' as a lever of urban development. It has also been pointed to a certain discrimination of the property status and property rights through the category of 'public interest', which is articulated by way of urban planning.

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