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Title: Legal, economic and urban aspects regarding spatial planning as a defining element of sustainable development : Romania as a case study
Authors: Popoviciu, G. A.
Mancia, M. S.
Henț, E. I.
Negrea, E. N.
Bianco, Lino
Keywords: Regional planning -- Romania
Cities and towns -- Romania
Urbanization -- Romania
development -- Romania
Issue Date: 2021
Publisher: EDlearning.it
Citation: Popoviciu, G. A., Mancia, M. S., Henț, E. I., Negrea, E. N., & Bianco, L. (2021). Legal, economic and urban aspects regarding spatial planning as a defining element of sustainable development : Romania as a case study. 20th International Technical-Scientific Conference Modern Technologies for the 3rd Millennium, Oradea. 233-240.
Abstract: Territorial planning is an activity of general interest, with a continuous character and which takes place, as the case may be, at the level of a sub-regional, regional (intra-national), national or supra-national territory. Institutions at the central and local level are responsible for the territorial planning activity. From these considerations, the present paper argues, through legal, economic and urban considerations, the importance of territorial planning in maintaining the sustainable development of urban or rural places. On the basis of academic literature, and national and European legislation, the paper puts forward the case for a “pro-environment” balance to ensure the sustainable development of human settlements in Romania wherein the territorial institutions are the parliament, government, county, municipality, city and communal councils.
URI: https://www.um.edu.mt/library/oar/handle/123456789/99330
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