Planning II - Spatial and Strategic Planning
Principles of urban planning as an intentional way of influencing urban change. Overview of the dicipline of planning and its role in society. Methodology of plan-making. Opening session. Man and the environment. Planning, the environment and designing. Project will be discussed. Planning methodology I. Urban composition. Mental map. Planning methodology II. Surveys for planning. Land-use. Planning methodology III. Land-use plan, legal limits, plan-making. Deadline: survey drafts. Instruction for Constraints and Potentials Map. Topical lecture - a case of development. Project site analysis. SWOT analysis. Identification of issues for Strategy. Tutoring, discussion of strategies. Mock hearing of strategies. Local planning. Planning and zoning regulations. Final presentation.
The minimum number of students to open the course is 5. EXCEPTION for self-paying students: if there are less than 5 students, the course will be taught in consultations.
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