Posts Tagged ‘Slovenia’

Evidence based participative parking policy – a case of Idrija

By Aidan Cerar and Urban Jeriha. Cities everywhere are on a mission to reduce car traffic and promote sustainable mobility. Not only to improve air quality, but also to provide more space for citizens to enjoy the city outdoors and practice social life in public spaces. The usual steps towards a more sustainably mobile city [...]

By Aidan Cerar, on November 9th, 2018 at 18:44

Ljubljana: from revitalisation to gentrification

Gentrification is a highly debated topic not only in urban planning experts’ circles but way beyond. The processes labelled as ‘gentrification’ are very diverse. Each case is quite specific and depends heavily on the local context. The processes may differ between global cities and smaller cities, but the effects gentrification has in cities is quite [...]

By Aidan Cerar, on January 11th, 2018 at 12:35

The Rise of Alternative Practices in Urban Development

In many European countries, traditional planning approaches are facing various problems. In the more developed countries, spatial and urban planning is often characterised by over-formalised procedures, whereas in the less developed countries, the authorities responsible for spatial and urban planning are often unable to regulate private and other particular interests in favour of the common [...]

By Marko Peterlin, on February 19th, 2015 at 13:33