A Methodological Framework for the Integrated Planning of the Protection and Development of the Natural Resource Areas in Serbia -Case Study of the Spatial Plans for the Special Purpose Area for the Protected Natural Areas
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Spatial plans for special purpose areas for natural resources are one of the main instruments for their protection and development, and significant results have been achieved in spatial planning practice in Serbia in recent years. The main purpose of this research is to consider a methodological framework for drawing up integrated plans enabling protection and development in areas of natural resources. The results of comparative analysis are presented through a case study of four spatial plans: for the Kopaonik and Đerdap national parks and for the Stara Planina Mountain and Radan Mountain nature parks. The representation of the elements and models of implementation in the plans was considered. The main conclusion of this paper is that the integrated planning for the protection and development of natural resource areas in spatial plans is satisfactory, primarily in terms of the relativization of conflicts, through monitoring the implementation of the plans can be further improved.
Keywords:spatial plan / special purposes / natural resources / development / implementation / spatial planning
Source:Spatium International Review, 2018, 40, 25-32
- Beograd : Institut za arhitekturu i urbanizam Srbije