The publication ”Guidelines for the Revival of Public Spaces – Good practice selection”, in Montenegrin language, contains a selection of translated texts presenting good practice examples related to the planning, use and management of open public spaces that can be useful when considering some future activities for the improvement and revival of squares and other public spaces in the Balkan cities. The publication is intended for professionals, state institutions and local governments responsible for spatial planning issues. In addition, it can serve as a source of inspiration for other stakeholders - the business and civil sectors representatives, as well as all the citizens who want to spend more time in squares and public places in their cities and to use them in a better way.
Guidelines for the Revival of Public Spaces (pdf 3.4MB)
The publication ”Guidelines for the Revival of Public Spaces – Good practice selection” was realized within the project “Revival of City Squares in Balkan Cities” implemented in the period January 2011– December 2012 in three Western Balkan countries: Albania, Macedonia and Montenegro. The project was conducted by the organizations: Co-PLAN (Institute for Habitat Development) and Polis University (International School of Architecture and Urban Development Policies) from Tirana, Albania, Coalition for Sustainable Development (KOR) from Skoplje, Macedonia and EXPEDITIO Centre for Sustainable Spatial Development, Montenegro.
The project was funded by the Swiss Cultural Programme in the Western Balkans (SCP) under the Regional Cooperation Projects programme line.