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historical environment: based on final projects of BA students of the Department of Urban Design, FA, VGTU. Architecture and urban planning , Vol. 8 2013, pp. 60–64. 7. Ivanauskaitė, A. Miesto urbanistinės formos samprata ir jos taikymo galimybės Lietuvoje. Science – future of Lithuania , Vol. 7(1) 2015, pp. 46–54. 8. Juškevičius, P. Lietuvos miestų sistemos raida ir jos ateities perspektyvos. Miesto architektūra. Erdvės, formantai, akcentai [articles collection]. Vilnius: VDA 2015, pp. 11–34. 9. Kompleksinio teritorijų


Crime is a social phenomenon, which is closely related to human behaviour, economics, urban planning and design. The detailed research of six blocks of houses in three Lithuanian cities (Kaunas, Vilnius and Panevezys) with the highest crime rates and the most heterogeneous crimes was performed. Space syntax method, crime prevention through environmental design (CPTED) and correlation analysis were applied. Research results demonstrate that thefts from cars, other thefts, crime against human health, robberies, small-scale hooliganism and intentional damage or destruction of property correlate with particular properties of urban spaces and design elements.

Florida, the Creative Class and Gentrification [online]. The Shifting Human City: Essay Series on Current and Future Policy 12. Housing policy in the EU member states [online]. European Parliament [cited 15.11.2018.]. Directorate General for Research, Working Document, Social Affairs Series, 1996. 13. Robbins, J. A Short History of Urban Planning. Drawn from: Richard LeGates and Frederic Stout, “Modernism and Early Urban Planning”; Paul Knox, “Urbanization”; Barry Cullingworth, “Planning in the USA

, City Hall, interview by A. Jovanović. Utica, November 27, 2016. 5. Expert in urban planning, based in Nis, interview by A. Jovanović. Nis, November 23, 2015. 6. Filipović, B. Mineralne, termalne i termomineralne vode Srbije. Vrnjacka Banja, Beograd: Udruzenje banjskih i klimatskih mesta/Institut za Hidrogeologiju RGF Beograd, 2004. 278 p. 7. Ecocity, Book 2 : How to make it happen [P. Gaffron, G. Huismans, F. Skala, ed.]. Deliverable of the project, Vienna: Facultas Verlags- und Buchhandels AG, 2008. 82 p. 8. Gajić, B. Uspešno bavljenje energetskom efikasnošću


The paper is focused on ageism in urban planning, taking the Italian WWII planning heritage in Albania as a case study. It expounds three main issues: acknowledgment of modern heritage, dissemination of autocratic identity, and historical planning apparatus. The text investigates autocratic plans as purest fulfilment of Euclidean space, before relentless urban transformations affect cities.

involvement: How is it made so ineffective and can we change this? Community Development Journal . 2006, Vol. 41, Issue 1, pp. 13–24. 7. Nienhuis, I., Van Dijk, T., De Roo, G. Let’s Collaborate! But Who’s Really Collaborating? Individual Interests as a Leitmotiv for Urban Renewal and Regeneration Strategies. Planning Theory & Practice , 2011, Vol. 12, Issue 1, pp. 95–109. 8. Donders, M., Hartmann, T., Kokx, A. E-Participation in Urban Planning: Getting and Keeping Citizens Involved

6. Hirt, S. Suburbanizing Sofia : Characteristics of Post-Socialist Peri-Urban Change. Urban Geography, 2007/11, Vol. 28, Issue 8, pp. 755–780. 7. Kährik, A., Tammaru, T. Population Composition in New Suburban Settlements of the Tallinn Metropolitan Area. Urban studies , 2008/05, Vol. 45 (5–6), pp.1055–1078. 8. Liepa-Zemeša, M., Hess, D. B. Effects of Public Perception on Urban Planning: Evolution of an Inclusive Planning System During Crises in Latvia. Town Planning

Introduction Researchers and practitioners of urban planning have had a variable interest in developing and applying methods of public participation since the 1970s. The interest in methods accelerated in the mid-1990s, accompanied by the developments in public participation geographic information systems (PPGIS) and participatory GIS (PGIS). The arrival of Web 2.0 in the 2000s and improvements in geographic information technologies resulted in the proliferation of geographically related tools and Web services (Geoweb) for individuals and groups. Developments in


This study analyses motivations, results and technology of the participatory design approach. It is a review based on 32 papers, presenting recent studies on participatory design in architecture and urban planning during the time period from 2000 to 2014. As a result, the main motivations, outcomes and the role of technology are emphasised and discussed. Furthermore, recommendations for future research directions for participatory design research in the field of urban planning are also provided.

R eferences 1. Gruber, M. Urban disorder and protection of order. Belgrade: Architecture, Nr. 135, March 2009. p. 12–13. 2. Spatial plan of Titograd municipality, Plan Draft , Planning Institute of The Socialist Republic of Slovenia , Titograd, 1987. 3. Spatial urban plan of the capital podgorica until 2025, Plan Draft, Urbi Montenegro, Podgorica (lic. no 1201 – 442/1) - Planning Institute of The Socialist Republic of Slovenia , Podgorica, 2013. 4. Report on progress of planning spatial planning and implementation plans for the year 2010, Department for