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Participatory planning in the urban development of post-socialist Serbia

Maričić, Tamara; Cvetinović, Marija; Bolay, Jean-Claude

(Lausanne, Switzerland : École polytechnique fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL) Cooperation and development center (CODEV), 2018)

TY  - CHAP
AU  - Maričić, Tamara
AU  - Cvetinović, Marija
AU  - Bolay, Jean-Claude
PY  - 2018
UR  - http://spuds.edu.rs/downloads/1eng.pdf
UR  - https://raumplan.iaus.ac.rs/handle/123456789/354
AB  - In recent decades (especially in the most developed parts of the world), researchers, urban decision makers, planning managers and politicians are devoting much greater attention to the opinion of the local population, as long-term experience has shown that meaningful, integrated, interactive and continuous public involvement in decision making will increase the quality, legitimacy, and overall social, economic and environmental efficiency of a planned development.

Especially in more developed democratic societies, citizens are demanding and gaining more power in decision making, and at the same time they have much more influence in planning the development of their own urban environment. This is also being supported through the development of related legislation (hard and soft laws), and traditional/formal and new/informal instruments that have particularly been enabled by the development of ICT.

After explaining the contextual factors, this research will provide a brief historical overview of participatory planning in Serbia. Current trends and tendencies in public participation in post-socialist Serbia will be analysed in more detail, and related legislation compared with some of the countries in the region. A case study of Savamala neighbourhood in Belgrade will be used to portray the multiple actors that exist in a small urban area, and their relations. Beside the traditional participation tools, the paper will propose new instruments suitable for application
in post-socialist societies.
PB  - Lausanne, Switzerland : École polytechnique fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL) Cooperation and development center (CODEV)
PB  - Belgrade, Serbia : Institute of Architecture and Urban & Spatial Planning of Serbia (IAUS)
T2  - A Support to Urban Development Process
T1  - Participatory planning in the urban development of post-socialist Serbia
SP  - 1
EP  - 28
ER  - 
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author = "Maričić, Tamara and Cvetinović, Marija and Bolay, Jean-Claude",
year = "2018",
abstract = "In recent decades (especially in the most developed parts of the world), researchers, urban decision makers, planning managers and politicians are devoting much greater attention to the opinion of the local population, as long-term experience has shown that meaningful, integrated, interactive and continuous public involvement in decision making will increase the quality, legitimacy, and overall social, economic and environmental efficiency of a planned development.

Especially in more developed democratic societies, citizens are demanding and gaining more power in decision making, and at the same time they have much more influence in planning the development of their own urban environment. This is also being supported through the development of related legislation (hard and soft laws), and traditional/formal and new/informal instruments that have particularly been enabled by the development of ICT.

After explaining the contextual factors, this research will provide a brief historical overview of participatory planning in Serbia. Current trends and tendencies in public participation in post-socialist Serbia will be analysed in more detail, and related legislation compared with some of the countries in the region. A case study of Savamala neighbourhood in Belgrade will be used to portray the multiple actors that exist in a small urban area, and their relations. Beside the traditional participation tools, the paper will propose new instruments suitable for application
in post-socialist societies.",
publisher = "Lausanne, Switzerland : École polytechnique fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL) Cooperation and development center (CODEV), Belgrade, Serbia : Institute of Architecture and Urban & Spatial Planning of Serbia (IAUS)",
journal = "A Support to Urban Development Process",
booktitle = "Participatory planning in the urban development of post-socialist Serbia",
pages = "1-28"
}
Maričić, T., Cvetinović, M.,& Bolay, J.. (2018). Participatory planning in the urban development of post-socialist Serbia. in A Support to Urban Development Process
Lausanne, Switzerland : École polytechnique fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL) Cooperation and development center (CODEV)., 1-28.
Maričić T, Cvetinović M, Bolay J. Participatory planning in the urban development of post-socialist Serbia. in A Support to Urban Development Process. 2018;:1-28..
Maričić, Tamara, Cvetinović, Marija, Bolay, Jean-Claude, "Participatory planning in the urban development of post-socialist Serbia" in A Support to Urban Development Process (2018):1-28.

Transformation of Housing Policy in a Post Socialist City: The Example of Belgrade

Zeković, Slavka; Maričić, Tamara; Cvetinović, Marija

(Den Haag : Eleven International Publishing - Boom Uitgevers Den Haag, 2016)

TY  - CHAP
AU  - Zeković, Slavka
AU  - Maričić, Tamara
AU  - Cvetinović, Marija
PY  - 2016
UR  - https://raumplan.iaus.ac.rs/handle/123456789/409
AB  - The paper explores the transformation of housing regulations and policies related to the changes in Serbia's historical and post-socialist context and its effects on the urban development of the Belgrade Metropolitan Area (BMA). The socialist concept of the welfare state was transformed in a very short time into a neoliberal economic concept, with deregulation of the housing legislation, especially by mass privatization of social (public) housing stocks. In the post-socialist era, four main types of housing policies have been identified: 1) fast and total privatisation of state-owned dwellings; 2) vast illegal housing construction; 3) dynamic growth of commercial housing, and 4) slow and limited growth of a new social housing policy. The changes to the housing laws during the transitional period include major negative implications of housing policies on the urban development policy of the BMA, and are as follows: 1) the privatisation of 266,500 state-owned dwellings for a pittance, resulting in only 1.5% of public-owned dwellings in Serbia (2.18% in the BMA); 2) vast illegal housing (1.4 million of totally 4.6 million buildings in Serbia; 0.2 million only in the BMA); 3) inefficient new social housing policy with a symbolic number of new residential units, and 4) extremely inefficient urban land use as a consequence of ineffective residential, urban and other policies (in the BMA, urban land consumption increased to 670 m2/p.c. in 2012, showing extremely inefficient urban land-use compared to the European level). These findings demonstrate a highly unsuitable post-socialist mode of housing policy transformation (by changing the previous laws according to a strong neoliberal course) and also show the patterns of short-term policies (i.e. privatisation) with marginal financial effects, very limited success of new social housing, and socially unsustainable illegal housing and urban policies.
PB  - Den Haag : Eleven International Publishing - Boom Uitgevers Den Haag
T2  - Regulating the City: Contemporary Urban Housing Law. Volumen 1
T1  - Transformation of Housing Policy in a Post Socialist City: The Example of Belgrade
SP  - 41
EP  - 64
ER  - 
@inbook{
author = "Zeković, Slavka and Maričić, Tamara and Cvetinović, Marija",
year = "2016",
abstract = "The paper explores the transformation of housing regulations and policies related to the changes in Serbia's historical and post-socialist context and its effects on the urban development of the Belgrade Metropolitan Area (BMA). The socialist concept of the welfare state was transformed in a very short time into a neoliberal economic concept, with deregulation of the housing legislation, especially by mass privatization of social (public) housing stocks. In the post-socialist era, four main types of housing policies have been identified: 1) fast and total privatisation of state-owned dwellings; 2) vast illegal housing construction; 3) dynamic growth of commercial housing, and 4) slow and limited growth of a new social housing policy. The changes to the housing laws during the transitional period include major negative implications of housing policies on the urban development policy of the BMA, and are as follows: 1) the privatisation of 266,500 state-owned dwellings for a pittance, resulting in only 1.5% of public-owned dwellings in Serbia (2.18% in the BMA); 2) vast illegal housing (1.4 million of totally 4.6 million buildings in Serbia; 0.2 million only in the BMA); 3) inefficient new social housing policy with a symbolic number of new residential units, and 4) extremely inefficient urban land use as a consequence of ineffective residential, urban and other policies (in the BMA, urban land consumption increased to 670 m2/p.c. in 2012, showing extremely inefficient urban land-use compared to the European level). These findings demonstrate a highly unsuitable post-socialist mode of housing policy transformation (by changing the previous laws according to a strong neoliberal course) and also show the patterns of short-term policies (i.e. privatisation) with marginal financial effects, very limited success of new social housing, and socially unsustainable illegal housing and urban policies.",
publisher = "Den Haag : Eleven International Publishing - Boom Uitgevers Den Haag",
journal = "Regulating the City: Contemporary Urban Housing Law. Volumen 1",
booktitle = "Transformation of Housing Policy in a Post Socialist City: The Example of Belgrade",
pages = "41-64"
}
Zeković, S., Maričić, T.,& Cvetinović, M.. (2016). Transformation of Housing Policy in a Post Socialist City: The Example of Belgrade. in Regulating the City: Contemporary Urban Housing Law. Volumen 1
Den Haag : Eleven International Publishing - Boom Uitgevers Den Haag., 41-64.
Zeković S, Maričić T, Cvetinović M. Transformation of Housing Policy in a Post Socialist City: The Example of Belgrade. in Regulating the City: Contemporary Urban Housing Law. Volumen 1. 2016;:41-64..
Zeković, Slavka, Maričić, Tamara, Cvetinović, Marija, "Transformation of Housing Policy in a Post Socialist City: The Example of Belgrade" in Regulating the City: Contemporary Urban Housing Law. Volumen 1 (2016):41-64.

Participatory urban transformations in Savamala, Belgrade - capacities and limitations

Cvetinović, Marija; Maričić, Tamara; Bolay, J.-C.

(Institute of Architecture, Urban & Spatial Planning of Serbia, 2016)

TY  - JOUR
AU  - Cvetinović, Marija
AU  - Maričić, Tamara
AU  - Bolay, J.-C.
PY  - 2016
UR  - https://raumplan.iaus.ac.rs/handle/123456789/264
AB  - This paper analyses the implications of participatory urban design in Belgrade, namely of the series of recent unsolicited activities that has contributed to setting up a specific micro environment in the neighbourhood of Savamala. Its main aim is to promote bottom-up urban development, surpass current profit-oriented trends, and benefit from socio-spatial contradictions as opportunities for creativity and participation. The Savamala neighbourhood is among the most important landmarks in Belgrade. Endowed with rich historical heritage and extraordinary spatial potential, Savamala is now a traffic bottleneck with intense pollution, urban noise and socio-spatial conflicts. In order to set up an engine for urban development, several streams of participatory activities have been launched by NGOs and IOs, such as: online campaigns and networking, informal research activities, pop-up events and instant actions for societal progress and bottom-up economic activities. The Actor-network theory (ANT) methodological approach demystifies the circumstances of participation and the role of various actors in building pathways of urban transformations in Savamala, while the Multi-agent system (MAS) proposes the framework for tracing their behaviour at the neighbourhood level. A complex post-socialist framework presents a challenge for these participatory activities to provide opportunities for urban transformations, based on social interest rather than on real estate speculations. In the lack of official strategies and institutionalised support, the MAS-ANT method involves estimating whether an economy of social exchange could contribute to improving the quality of life and functionality of urban systems.
PB  - Institute of Architecture, Urban & Spatial Planning of Serbia
T2  - Spatium
T1  - Participatory urban transformations in Savamala, Belgrade - capacities and limitations
VL  - 1
IS  - 36
SP  - 15
EP  - 23
DO  - 10.2298/SPAT1636015C
UR  - Konv_334
ER  - 
@article{
author = "Cvetinović, Marija and Maričić, Tamara and Bolay, J.-C.",
year = "2016",
abstract = "This paper analyses the implications of participatory urban design in Belgrade, namely of the series of recent unsolicited activities that has contributed to setting up a specific micro environment in the neighbourhood of Savamala. Its main aim is to promote bottom-up urban development, surpass current profit-oriented trends, and benefit from socio-spatial contradictions as opportunities for creativity and participation. The Savamala neighbourhood is among the most important landmarks in Belgrade. Endowed with rich historical heritage and extraordinary spatial potential, Savamala is now a traffic bottleneck with intense pollution, urban noise and socio-spatial conflicts. In order to set up an engine for urban development, several streams of participatory activities have been launched by NGOs and IOs, such as: online campaigns and networking, informal research activities, pop-up events and instant actions for societal progress and bottom-up economic activities. The Actor-network theory (ANT) methodological approach demystifies the circumstances of participation and the role of various actors in building pathways of urban transformations in Savamala, while the Multi-agent system (MAS) proposes the framework for tracing their behaviour at the neighbourhood level. A complex post-socialist framework presents a challenge for these participatory activities to provide opportunities for urban transformations, based on social interest rather than on real estate speculations. In the lack of official strategies and institutionalised support, the MAS-ANT method involves estimating whether an economy of social exchange could contribute to improving the quality of life and functionality of urban systems.",
publisher = "Institute of Architecture, Urban & Spatial Planning of Serbia",
journal = "Spatium",
title = "Participatory urban transformations in Savamala, Belgrade - capacities and limitations",
volume = "1",
number = "36",
pages = "15-23",
doi = "10.2298/SPAT1636015C",
url = "Konv_334"
}
Cvetinović, M., Maričić, T.,& Bolay, J.-C.. (2016). Participatory urban transformations in Savamala, Belgrade - capacities and limitations. in Spatium
Institute of Architecture, Urban & Spatial Planning of Serbia., 1(36), 15-23.
https://doi.org/10.2298/SPAT1636015C
Konv_334
Cvetinović M, Maričić T, Bolay J. Participatory urban transformations in Savamala, Belgrade - capacities and limitations. in Spatium. 2016;1(36):15-23.
doi:10.2298/SPAT1636015C
Konv_334 .
Cvetinović, Marija, Maričić, Tamara, Bolay, J.-C., "Participatory urban transformations in Savamala, Belgrade - capacities and limitations" in Spatium, 1, no. 36 (2016):15-23,
https://doi.org/10.2298/SPAT1636015C .,
Konv_334 .
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Planning and land policy tools for limiting urban sprawl: The example of Belgrade

Zeković, Slavka; Vujošević, Miodrag; Bolay, J.-C.; Cvetinović, Marija; Živanović Miljković, Jelena; Maričić, Tamara

(Institute of Architecture, Urban & Spatial Planning of Serbia, 2015)

TY  - JOUR
AU  - Zeković, Slavka
AU  - Vujošević, Miodrag
AU  - Bolay, J.-C.
AU  - Cvetinović, Marija
AU  - Živanović Miljković, Jelena
AU  - Maričić, Tamara
PY  - 2015
UR  - https://raumplan.iaus.ac.rs/handle/123456789/257
AB  - Both the characteristics of Serbia's urban land policy, the delay in reforms and land development management of the Belgrade Metropolitan Area (BMA) illustrate the complexities following the reshaping of institutional framework under the conditions of economic and other uncertainties of societal transition. The negative implications of the prolonged crisis on the new urban development policy and urban land tools can postpone the establishment and application of guidelines for limiting the urban sprawl. This paper presents a brief literature review, as well as the current urban land policy and land-use efficiency in the BMA. Traditional urban land tools will be shortly described, followed by recommendations for limiting sprawl. There is a need for readjusting the current planning and urban policy regarding the urban sprawl, from an urban "command-and-control" approach to a "learn-and-adapt" approach. We suggest the introduction of more innovative and flexible urban land policy tools.
PB  - Institute of Architecture, Urban & Spatial Planning of Serbia
T2  - Spatium
T1  - Planning and land policy tools for limiting urban sprawl: The example of Belgrade
VL  - 1
IS  - 33
SP  - 69
EP  - 75
DO  - 10.2298/SPAT1533069Z
UR  - Konv_341
ER  - 
@article{
author = "Zeković, Slavka and Vujošević, Miodrag and Bolay, J.-C. and Cvetinović, Marija and Živanović Miljković, Jelena and Maričić, Tamara",
year = "2015",
abstract = "Both the characteristics of Serbia's urban land policy, the delay in reforms and land development management of the Belgrade Metropolitan Area (BMA) illustrate the complexities following the reshaping of institutional framework under the conditions of economic and other uncertainties of societal transition. The negative implications of the prolonged crisis on the new urban development policy and urban land tools can postpone the establishment and application of guidelines for limiting the urban sprawl. This paper presents a brief literature review, as well as the current urban land policy and land-use efficiency in the BMA. Traditional urban land tools will be shortly described, followed by recommendations for limiting sprawl. There is a need for readjusting the current planning and urban policy regarding the urban sprawl, from an urban "command-and-control" approach to a "learn-and-adapt" approach. We suggest the introduction of more innovative and flexible urban land policy tools.",
publisher = "Institute of Architecture, Urban & Spatial Planning of Serbia",
journal = "Spatium",
title = "Planning and land policy tools for limiting urban sprawl: The example of Belgrade",
volume = "1",
number = "33",
pages = "69-75",
doi = "10.2298/SPAT1533069Z",
url = "Konv_341"
}
Zeković, S., Vujošević, M., Bolay, J.-C., Cvetinović, M., Živanović Miljković, J.,& Maričić, T.. (2015). Planning and land policy tools for limiting urban sprawl: The example of Belgrade. in Spatium
Institute of Architecture, Urban & Spatial Planning of Serbia., 1(33), 69-75.
https://doi.org/10.2298/SPAT1533069Z
Konv_341
Zeković S, Vujošević M, Bolay J, Cvetinović M, Živanović Miljković J, Maričić T. Planning and land policy tools for limiting urban sprawl: The example of Belgrade. in Spatium. 2015;1(33):69-75.
doi:10.2298/SPAT1533069Z
Konv_341 .
Zeković, Slavka, Vujošević, Miodrag, Bolay, J.-C., Cvetinović, Marija, Živanović Miljković, Jelena, Maričić, Tamara, "Planning and land policy tools for limiting urban sprawl: The example of Belgrade" in Spatium, 1, no. 33 (2015):69-75,
https://doi.org/10.2298/SPAT1533069Z .,
Konv_341 .
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