Land Use Planning (NMPP1I2)
- Level of study master academic studies
Ph.D. Tijana Dabović
- Subject status: elective
- ECTS: 7
- Semester: I
- Number of classes: 3
The aim of the course is to introduce the students to the domain principles and phases of the land use planning process.
Aquiring the knowledge about the context, role, principles, perspectives and prosepcts of land use planning, as well as its methods and techniques.
The concept, definitions and understanding of land-use planning in the world and in Serbia; Approaches and planning systems; Basic principles of land use planning; Objectives, specific priorities and problems of land use planning; General conditions for land use planning; Land use classification; Forms of property; Sectoral policies that affect land use planning; The issue of sustainable development in land use planning; Basic methods and techniques of land use planning; Land use models; Phases of land use planning; Implementation of land use plans; Land use planning and building permits in some EU countries; A review of the practice and legislation in Serbia.
Creation and presentation of seminar paper with a selected theme from the lecture program - getting acquainted with a wide range of literature, analysis and diagnosis of problems, specific planning responses and instruments.
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Đorđević D.(1995): Metode određivanja namene površina u prostornim planovima. Posebna izdanja knj. 5. Beograd: Geografski fakultet Univerziteta u Beogradu.
Owens S., Cowell R. (2002): Land And Limits. London: Routledge.
Piha B. (1990): Osnove prostornog planiranja, drugo izdanje. Beograd: PMF.
Marinović Uzelac A. (2001): Prostorno planiranje. Zagreb: Školska knjiga.
FAO (1993). Guidelines for Land Use Planning. Rome: Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations.