Event Title

“An Integrated Approach on Spatial Planning and Territorial Cohesion”

Session

Architecture and Spatial Planning

Description

The growth, (without) urban planning especially in developing countries such as Kosovo implies a large spatial extent of smaller and larger settlements. The consistency of their coexistence in space (territory) within the development concepts remains a key issue with regard to territorial cohesion. In this context, research questions should be raised:

  1. How does the position and extent of the territory as well as the specific geographic conditions affect the spatial planning?
  2. How to address the population, structure, movements, density and growth in the correct accommodation of their needs?
  3. Why do communications, interconnections and the polycentric concept are the basis for functional development integrations?

Answers to these questions, can be the basis for a sustainable spatial planning and with integrated approach. To ensure territorial cohesion, it is necessary to ensure an integrated approach to spatial development through the cohesion of key factors such as: development policies and strategies, territory and development resources too.

In this context, it is necessary to discuss issues related to the development vision, development potentials and development requirements, through stakeholder’s involvement, in understanding the opportunities and needs, and always applying modern trends such as: efficient solutions, SMART concepts, and integration process!

Keywords:

growth, development, spatial planning, territorial cohesion, policies, vision, strategies, resources, integration process.

Session Chair

Binak Beqaj

Session Co-Chair

Elvida Pallaska

Proceedings Editor

Edmond Hajrizi

ISBN

978-9951-550-19-2

Location

Pristina, Kosovo

Start Date

26-10-2019 11:00 AM

End Date

26-10-2019 12:30 PM

DOI

10.33107/ubt-ic.2019.225

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“An Integrated Approach on Spatial Planning and Territorial Cohesion”

Pristina, Kosovo

The growth, (without) urban planning especially in developing countries such as Kosovo implies a large spatial extent of smaller and larger settlements. The consistency of their coexistence in space (territory) within the development concepts remains a key issue with regard to territorial cohesion. In this context, research questions should be raised:

  1. How does the position and extent of the territory as well as the specific geographic conditions affect the spatial planning?
  2. How to address the population, structure, movements, density and growth in the correct accommodation of their needs?
  3. Why do communications, interconnections and the polycentric concept are the basis for functional development integrations?

Answers to these questions, can be the basis for a sustainable spatial planning and with integrated approach. To ensure territorial cohesion, it is necessary to ensure an integrated approach to spatial development through the cohesion of key factors such as: development policies and strategies, territory and development resources too.

In this context, it is necessary to discuss issues related to the development vision, development potentials and development requirements, through stakeholder’s involvement, in understanding the opportunities and needs, and always applying modern trends such as: efficient solutions, SMART concepts, and integration process!