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Više od 180 osnovnih i prečišćenih tekstova propisa Republike Srbije prevedenih na engleski jezik.
Grupa: COMPANIES, BUSINESS
Izdanje: PLANNING AND CONSTRUCTION LAW
Published in the Official Gazette of the RS, Nos. 72/09 of 3 September 2009, 81/09 of 2 October 2009 (Corrigendum), 64/10 of 10 September 2010 (CC), 24/11 of 4 April 2011, 121/12 of 24 December 2012, 42/13 of 14 May 2013 (CC), 50/13 of 7 June 2013 (CC), 98/13 of 8 November 2013 (CC), 132/14 of 9 December 2014, 145/14 of 29 December 2014, 83/18 of 29 October 2018, 31/19 of 29 April 2019, 37/19 of 29 May 2019 – other law, 9/20 of 4 February 2020, 52/21 of 24 May 2021 and 62/10 of 27 July 2023
Sekcija: I BASIC PROVISIONS
3. Principles of Development and Use of Space and Basic Facility Requirements

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  • Article 3

    The planning, development and use of space shall be based on the following principles:

    1) sustainable development through an integral approach to planning;

    2) balanced territorial development;

    3) rational use of land by encouraging measures for urban and rural renewal and reconstruction;

    4) rational and sustainable use of non-renewable resources and optimal use of renewable resources;

    5) protection and sustainable use of natural resources and immovable cultural property;

    6) prevention of technical and technological accidents, protection from fire and explosions, protection from natural disasters, elimination of causes of climate change;

    7) spatial planning and development for defence purposes;

    8) reconciliation with European standards and norms in the area of planning and development of space;

    9) promotion and use of information technologies that contribute to improved efficiency and effectiveness of public administration in construction matters;

    10) public participation;

    11) preservation of customs and traditions;

    12) preservation of landscape specificity;

    13) horizontal and vertical coordination.

    The sustainable development referred to in paragraph 1, item 1) of this Article shall be understood to mean the harmonisation of economic, social and environmental aspects of development, rational use of non-renewable resources and the provision of conditions for greater use of renewable resources, so as to meet the needs of present and future generations and improve their quality of life.

    The horizontal coordination referred to in paragraph 1, item 13) of this Article, shall be understood to mean linking with adjacent territories during planning, in order to resolve common functions and interests, as well as the networking and participation of all those involved in spatial development of the public and civil sectors, and citizens.

    The vertical coordination referred to in paragraph 1, item 13) of this Article, shall be understood to mean the establishment of links between all levels of spatial and urban planning and the development of space, from the national towards the regional, and on to the local level, as well as providing information, cooperation and coordination between local initiatives, plans and projects with regional and national plans and actions.

  • Article 3

    The planning, development and use of space shall be based on the following principles:

    1) sustainable development through an integral approach to planning;

    2) balanced territorial development;

    3) rational use of land by encouraging measures for urban and rural renewal and reconstruction;

    4) rational and sustainable use of non-renewable resources and optimal use of renewable resources;

    4a) improving and encouraging electromobility;

    4b) improving, encouraging and ensuring the availability of newer generation electronic communication networks which enable the provision of high-speed broadband services;

    4c) green construction;*

    5) protection and sustainable use of natural resources and immovable cultural property;

    6) prevention of technical and technological accidents, protection from fire and explosions, protection from natural disasters, elimination of causes of climate change;

    7) spatial planning and development for defence purposes;

    8) reconciliation with European standards and norms in the area of planning and development of space;

    9) promotion and use of information technologies that contribute to improved efficiency and effectiveness of public administration in construction matters;

    10) public participation;

    11) preservation of customs and traditions;

    12) preservation environmental values, integrity and *of landscape specificity;

    13) horizontal and vertical coordination.

    The sustainable development referred to in paragraph 1, item 1) of this Article shall be understood to mean the harmonisation of economic, social and environmental aspects of development, rational use of non-renewable resources and the provision of conditions for greater use of renewable resources, so as to meet the needs of present and future generations and improve their quality of life.

    The horizontal coordination referred to in paragraph 1, item 13) of this Article, shall be understood to mean linking with adjacent territories during planning, in order to resolve common functions and interests, as well as the networking and participation of all those involved in spatial development of the public and civil sectors, and citizens.

    The vertical coordination referred to in paragraph 1, item 13) of this Article, shall be understood to mean the establishment of links between all levels of spatial and urban planning and the development of space, from the national towards the regional, and on to the local level, as well as providing information, cooperation and coordination between local initiatives, plans and projects with regional and national plans and actions.

    Green infrastructure shall be a strategically planned network of functionally connected natural and near-natural elements, the design, construction, use and maintenance of which is carried out in a way that provides ecological, economic and social benefits through natural, biodiversity-based solutions."

    "A green building certificate shall be obtained with the aim of reducing greenhouse gas emissions, using ecologically certified building materials and equipment, reducing waste production, using renewable energy sources, for all new buildings over 10,000 m2 gross building area, upon issuance of occupancy permit.

    At the proposal of the Ministry in charge of construction, the Government shall adopt measures for green building incentives for the National Building Stock.*

     



    * Published in the Službeni glasnik RS, No. 62/10 of 27 July 2023

     

     

    * Published in the Službeni glasnik RS, No. 62/10 of 27 July 2023