CONCEPTUAL FRAMEWORK FOR THE LOCALLY SENSITIVE SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT OF PUBLIC SERVICES – CASE STUDY OF THE MUNICIPALITY OF KURŠUMLIJA

Mihailo Mitković, Biserka Mitrović, Jelena Djekić, Petar Mitković, Vladan Nikolić

DOI Number
10.2298/FUACE1603265M
First page
265
Last page
273

Abstract

Locally sensitive urban and spatial planning, especially in the domain of the public sector, has been gaining importance lately, and there is almost no document related to the sustainable development which does not emphasize its importance. The reasons for that are numerous – from the need to better adapt the general concepts to the local needs and potentials, to the higher chances for implementation and inclusion of a wider circle of stakeholders. At the same time, the role of public services as and integrating part of urban functions and domains is increasing, as they have a significant role in achieving social integration in the context of urban and territorial development.

In the local strategic plans in Serbia – spatial plans of municipalities – sustainable social development and planning of spatial development of public services represents a significant aspect of planning instruments related to the quality of life, prevention of depopulation, support to the development of the local economy and other. However, the concepts, developmental measures and solutions defined by the spatial and urban plans and strategic documents are often now sufficiently adapted to the appropriate spatial level.

In order to contribute to the methodology of planning of social development and public services, this paper presents the approach to the sustainable planning of the spatial development of public services in the framework of the Spatial plan of the local municipality of Kuršumlija, as well as the review of potentials and limitations of implementation of development concept of public services.

Keywords

Locally sensitive planning, public services, spatial plan, sustainable urban and territorial development, implementation

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