The architecture of dynamic planning regulations

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This paper stems from our work on the new Master Plan for Bucharest. efforts to construct a three-tiered planning regulation system aimed at gove occurring within the city. Essentially, the three levels of regulations exhibit t Firm regulations are destined for consolidated or representative areas w imply fixed samples of amenities and flexible urban and qualitative indica specific values are allocated to different ranges, which are later used purposes; Flexible or adaptable regulations apply to urban areas containing mixed work with classes of amenities that receive different weights, as well a minimum value. Within this type of regulations, urban indicators are flexi Strategic guidelines apply to deeply disorganised areas, which under development. They work with pre-set amenities, determined by the specific reseach area. In contrast to the previous types of regulations, strategic g global indicators. The architecture of the entire planning regulation system becomes operational t and alternative development scenarios, which are, in turn, governed by an overarc Thus, this paper describes the architecture of the planning regulation system, employed, as well as the proposed municipal co-operation mechanism. The theoretical framework underpinning this exercise rests on three different metropolitan functions; the incipient theory of demand oriented urban life cycle as insights related to network approaches in tackling matters related to urban
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