Continuous Planning: Innovations from Practice in Stavanger (Norway) and Belgrade (Serbia)
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The concept of continuous planning (CP) refers to the periodic revisions of master plans in response to uncertainties faced by long-term urban planning. In this paper, we analyse CP practices in two European cities – Stavanger (Norway) and Belgrade (Serbia) and present how they cater for innovative planning tools which respond to the need to balance between both stability and change in long-term planning. We argue that in spite of its limitations, the CP approach adjusted to the local context, contributes to the certainty and stability of urban communities.
Keywords:continuous planning / master plan / certainty / Stavanger / Belgrade
Source:Planning Theory and Practice, 2020, 21, 5, 727-747
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