“In large cities in Western Europe, it is already common for strategic and spatial planning to emerge at the same time. One without the other does not work well in practice. The aim is to strive for a multi-layered city that thinks about functionality, aesthetics and especially its inhabitants, “Said IPR Director Ondřej Boháč.
In the current system of urban planning, a strategic plan is first created and then a spatial plan based on it. According to the IPR management, this has not been functional for a long time. IPR has tried to prevent this in the past by drawing up a new Metropolitan and Strategic Plan in parallel. “However, not all documents work harmoniously in all parts,” said the director.
In practice, this will mean that a new area should be decided not only in terms of the zoning plan, ie where the houses will be and where the roads will be. New account will also be taken of how many schools, for example, the cultural content or the number of sports venues will be taken into account.
Geographer and associate professor of urban architecture and engineering Hudeček is now primarily a university teacher. He lectures, among others, at Charles University, the Institute of Chemical Technology and the University of Economics. He was the mayor of Prague from 2013 to 2014.
Author: Blesk: MARTIN PEKÁREK
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