Prostorni, ekološki, energetski i društveni aspekti planiranja i regeneracije naselja: politika i praksa u Škotskoj

Translated title of the contribution: Spatial, ecological, energy and social aspects in planning and regneration of settlements: policies and practice in Scotland

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Abstract

The chapter provides an overview of spatial, ecological, energy and social aspects in planning and regeneration of settlements in Scotland by referring to the related legislation (Planning etc. (Scotland) Act 2006), planning policies (National Planning Framework for Scotland 2; Designing Streets: A Policy Statement for Scotland; Planning Advice Note: PAN 74 Affordable Housing; Designing Places), economic policies (Low Carbon Economic Strategy for Scotland: Scotland ‐ A Low Carbon Society), building standards (A Low Carbon Building Standards Strategy for Scotland - The Sullivan Report), actions (Central Scotland Green Network; Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games Sustainability Plan; Scottish Sustainable Communities Initiative – including an overview of the 11 projects within this initiative), and roles of agencies such as Scottish Natural Heritage, Scottish Environment Protection Agency and Historic Scotland.
Translated title of the contributionSpatial, ecological, energy and social aspects in planning and regneration of settlements: policies and practice in Scotland
Original languageMultiple languages
Title of host publicationKlimatske promene i izgradjeni prostor
Subtitle of host publicationPolitika i praksa u Škotskoj i Srbiji
EditorsMila Pucar, Branka Dimitrijevic, Igor Maric
Place of PublicationBelgrade
Pages166-186
Number of pages21
Publication statusPublished - 15 Dec 2013

Keywords

  • urban planning
  • regeneration
  • policies and action plans
  • climate change
  • Scotland

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