APLICATION OF THE PRINCIPLES OF INTEGRATED PLANNING IN THE URBAN PLAN OF BANJALUKA 2020–2040 WITH A FOCUS ON THE SUSTAINABLE USE OF NATURAL RESOURCES
The application of the principle of integrated planning is the basis of modern planning aimed at sustainable and resilient built environments. It refers to an adequate methodological framework and procedural steps of planning, as well as to the satisfactory general social conditions in which spatial planning takes place, which, especially in transition societies, is still difficult to achieve. Some improvements in this area are, however, possible in practice at the local level. This paper is focused on the sustainable use of natural resources in the urban area of the city, by applying the principles of integrated planning to the example of the Urban Plan of Banja Luka 2020–2040.
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