Presenter Information

Gjergj Thomai, Albanian University

Session

Sustainabile Urban Development, Architecture and Environment

Description

Urban planning in Albania, has been promoted in various forms of organization and ultimately Territorial Planning Law represents another form of policies on the territory that is closely linked to the decentralization of control of the territory. In Albania more than half of the population lives in urban areas. However, with the exception of Tirana, Albanian cities are generally smaller than cities EU-Balkans region. After massive rural migration, social changes show a new kind of rural Albania.Territorial planning policy for sustainable development requires meeting the challenges posed by changing economic, social and cultural development, and to achieve a balance of population, industry, culture, etc., between the provinces of the country, such as: a) define the principles and directions for a balanced and sustainable development of territory with European standards; b) the establishment of the territorial conditions for regional development; c) the direction of the establishment and development of national public infrastructure; d) creation of conditions for the preservation of ecosystems, biodiversity, natural resources on and under the earth and the natural and cultural wealth, balancing the effects of housing systems and economic activities and the protection of green spaces development of other areas of cultivable; etc. The objectives of these policies are: Convergence; Regional Compet itiveness and Employment; European territorial cooperation and contractual approach as an effective means of implementation of projects that include various levels of government, "an area, a strategy, a contract". They will focus on priorities: local competition and attractiveness; environmental dimension of sustainable development; social and territorial cohesion; sustainable development.

Proceedings Editor

Edmond Hajrizi & Mo Vaziri

First Page

212

Last Page

218

Location

Prishtina, Kosovo

Start Date

2-11-2012 9:00 AM

End Date

3-11-2012 5:00 PM

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Nov 2nd, 9:00 AM Nov 3rd, 5:00 PM

Territorial Planning Policy for Sustainable Development

Prishtina, Kosovo

Urban planning in Albania, has been promoted in various forms of organization and ultimately Territorial Planning Law represents another form of policies on the territory that is closely linked to the decentralization of control of the territory. In Albania more than half of the population lives in urban areas. However, with the exception of Tirana, Albanian cities are generally smaller than cities EU-Balkans region. After massive rural migration, social changes show a new kind of rural Albania.Territorial planning policy for sustainable development requires meeting the challenges posed by changing economic, social and cultural development, and to achieve a balance of population, industry, culture, etc., between the provinces of the country, such as: a) define the principles and directions for a balanced and sustainable development of territory with European standards; b) the establishment of the territorial conditions for regional development; c) the direction of the establishment and development of national public infrastructure; d) creation of conditions for the preservation of ecosystems, biodiversity, natural resources on and under the earth and the natural and cultural wealth, balancing the effects of housing systems and economic activities and the protection of green spaces development of other areas of cultivable; etc. The objectives of these policies are: Convergence; Regional Compet itiveness and Employment; European territorial cooperation and contractual approach as an effective means of implementation of projects that include various levels of government, "an area, a strategy, a contract". They will focus on priorities: local competition and attractiveness; environmental dimension of sustainable development; social and territorial cohesion; sustainable development.