Some problems of integrating the landscape planning into the spatial and environmental planning in Serbia
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A short review has been given of Serbian spatial and environmental planning, and in particular of relevant legislation. Attention has been paid to the landscape treatment within legislative grounds, and correspondingly in planning practice. Few assumptions have been made, upon the lack of methodological and integrated approach to the landscape protection and management. Strategic plans (spatial and town master plans), sectoral plans and policies (for soil, forestry etc) have been reviewed in attempt to verify the stated assumptions. The problems of landscape and open green space protection and maintenance have been brought up. In reference to the EU recommendations, legislation and instruments have been investigated regarding the entrenchment of the landscape concept and landscape planning into the spatial, environmental and related sectoral planning. Prior to the landscape concept implementation is the survey and establishment of regional landscape diversification so as to differentia...te regional approaches to landscape planning.
Keywords:spatial planning / environmental planning / landscape planning / survey / landscape diversification / landscape protection
Source:Spatium, 2003, 9, 28-33
- Institute of Architecture, Urban & Spatial Planning of Serbia