Event Title

Urbanization and Sustainability

Session

2

Description

Urbanization is undoubtedly the most important social transformation in the history of civilization. An unstoppable and most desirable phenomenon. How will we accept that transformation? It depends on the trends that characterize the city and urban forms. Urban Development Plan and Regulatory Plans, as the second phase of spatial organization, have not solved the situation in the city, on the contrary, have proved inefficient, we must mention the extent of change, degradation of urban spaces, and the problem of expropriation which presents not only difficulties in this process, but also stagnation which has a huge cost, which often costs and changes proposals and good ideas. It takes a different approach, a different practice. Between the UDP and the Regulatory Plans, there should be an Urban Plan which is preceded by the management of urban areas. With this practice, it will be possible to organize urban areas, urban and residential blocks as well as the new communication network where there will be no need for expropriations.

Keywords:

city urbanization1, land managin2, expropriation3

Session Chair

Binak Beqaj

Session Co-Chair

Elvida Pallaska

Proceedings Editor

Edmond Hajrizi

ISBN

978-9951-550-475

Location

Lipjan, Kosove

Start Date

30-10-2021 10:45 AM

End Date

30-10-2021 12:15 PM

DOI

10.33107/ubt-ic.2021.17

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Urbanization and Sustainability

Lipjan, Kosove

Urbanization is undoubtedly the most important social transformation in the history of civilization. An unstoppable and most desirable phenomenon. How will we accept that transformation? It depends on the trends that characterize the city and urban forms. Urban Development Plan and Regulatory Plans, as the second phase of spatial organization, have not solved the situation in the city, on the contrary, have proved inefficient, we must mention the extent of change, degradation of urban spaces, and the problem of expropriation which presents not only difficulties in this process, but also stagnation which has a huge cost, which often costs and changes proposals and good ideas. It takes a different approach, a different practice. Between the UDP and the Regulatory Plans, there should be an Urban Plan which is preceded by the management of urban areas. With this practice, it will be possible to organize urban areas, urban and residential blocks as well as the new communication network where there will be no need for expropriations.