Editura Universitara Urban Planning and Development

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ISBN: 978-606-591-665-4

DOI: 10.5682/9786065916654

Publisher year: 2013

Edition: I

Pages: 231

Publisher: Universitară

Author: Andreea-Mihaela Baltaretu

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This paper is addressed to all those who study or practice directly or indirectly in the field of public administration. These are students, master students, teachers, researchers, employees of various companies or local or central public administration. Specifically, the addressing segment consists of full-time students, part-time courses, master's programs and open distance learning within the profile faculties in order to learn the theoretical and practical aspects specific to the field. It is also a useful guide for other students and masters in scientific research, in preparing the bachelor's and dissertation and preparing for the bachelor's and dissertation exam.
The book addresses in its content a wide range of issues related to the particularities of the planning process and urbanism.
As a whole, the paper is constituted as a didactic support elaborated on the basis of the analytical programs of the course and the theme of the seminars from the discipline “Urban development and planning”.

PREFACE / 5

CHAPTER 1. LAND PLANNING / 9
1.1. Terminology and definitions / 9
1.2. The spatial planning process at European level / 10
1.3. Spatial planning in a national context / 12

CHAPTER 2. CITIES AND DESIGNED SPACE / 20
2.1. Genesis of cities / 20
2.2. Etymology, definitions, components / 23
2.3. The relationship between the arranged space and the city / 24
2.3.1. Typology of cities and their evolution / 26
2.3.2. National network of localities / 42
2.3.3. The problem of space in urban development. Sustainable development of cities / 45
2.4. Green spaces / 47
2.5. Case study: Law on picnic activities / 54
2.6. The metropolitan development of Romania / 56
2.7. Case study: Accreditation of National Tourist Information and Promotion Centers / 62

CHAPTER 3. LOCAL DEVELOPMENT - URBAN DEVELOPMENT - REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT / 66
3.1. Theoretical approaches to local development / 66
3.2. The specificity of regional development in Romania / 70
3.3. Urbanism and urban development / 72
3.4. The participation of the population in the activities of landscaping and urbanism / 74
3.5. Urban planning and urban services / 75
3.6. Local Agenda 21/80

CHAPTER 4. ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT SYSTEM (EMS) AND ISO 14001 FOR CITIES / 87
4.1. Environmental problems faced by cities and remedial solutions / 87
4.2. Internal and external benefits of SME / 89
4.3. Limitations and priorities of SME / 92
4.4. Activities and resources of SME / 92

CHAPTER 5. URBANISM DOCUMENTATIONS / 94
5.1. Typology of urban documentation / 94
5.2. Urbanism certificate / 96
5.3. Authorization of execution of construction works / 98
5.4. Initiation and financing of activities / 101
5.5. Approval, approval and follow-up of the application of the landscaping and urban planning documents / 102

CHAPTER 6. TERRITORIAL AGENDA OF THE EUROPEAN UNION / 103
6.1. Strengthening territorial cohesion / 103
6.2. Territorial priorities for the development of the European Union / 104
6.3. Territorial agenda of the European Union 2020/107
6.4. Development / spatial planning of Romania / 110

CHAPTER 7. "X" CITY DEVELOPMENT, PROTECTION AND PROMOTION PROGRAM / 115
7.1. Project plan / 115
7.2. Case study: Development, protection and promotion program of the city "Dorohoi" / 116
7.3. Reviews / 176

CHAPTER 8. EXAMPLES OF EXAMINATION SUBJECTS / 177

ANNEXES
Annex 1: Law no. 350/2001 on spatial planning and urbanism (updated) / 182
Annex 2: Guide for the eco-civil servant / 201
Annex 3: The eco-citizen's guide / 209
Annex 4: The eco-tourist guide / 218
Annex 5: Tourist Information Centers in Romania / 224

BIBLIOGRAPHY / 228



 

Spatial management of the territory is achieved through land use planning and urbanism, areas with major implications on balanced spatial development, heritage conservation, improving living conditions in urban and rural areas.
The sustainability of any action undertaken at present both at macro and microeconomic level is a very topical requirement of contemporary society, and therefore of the arrangement process.
The guiding principles for the sustainable territorial development of the European continent take into account, in the sense of the concept of sustainable development, the needs of all the inhabitants of the European regions without compromising the fundamental rights of the future generations.
By respecting the principles of land use planning and urbanism, it contributes to sustainable economic growth and job creation, as well as to social and ecological development in all regions.
This paper is addressed to all those who study or practice directly or indirectly in the field of public administration. These are students, master students, teachers, researchers, employees of various companies or local or central public administration. Specifically, the addressing segment consists of full-time students, part-time courses, master's programs and open distance learning within the profile faculties in order to learn the theoretical and practical aspects specific to the field. It is also a useful guide for other students and masters in scientific research, in preparing the bachelor's and dissertation and preparing for the bachelor's and dissertation exam.
The book addresses in its content a wide range of issues related to the particularities of the planning process and urbanism.
As a whole, the paper is constituted as a didactic support elaborated on the basis of the analytical programs of the course and the theme of the seminars from the discipline “Urban development and planning”.


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