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Urban regeneration (of the degraded urban area) is a definite local, contemporary, sustainable physical planning strategy for redevelopment of degraded urban parts of the city. These are areas that have undergone economic stagnation, physical
decay, and/or social strife leading to value depreciation. Urban regeneration is the coordinated activity that targets these areas with rehabilitation planning policies, strategies and programmes.« (Ažman, Oven, Stanič, 2011).
When developing a spatial document (for a degraded urban area), the first step is to formulate a global vision for the area in a rough sketch. It is important that this vision be checked according to the development initiatives.
In the second step, the development initiatives must meet regulations, which are essentially negative, limiting measurements. Within this process or working method, which functions well in complex urban conditions, a strategic steering instrument focusing on control of dynamic variables is developed. The dynamic variables considered are the relation between plot-form and size, building typology, the public space network, traffic capacity, and other factors. Such an instrument allows the city to enter into dynamic negotiations with private owners, but the negotiations are not forced. If the negotiations do not take place, public owners lose their profit bonus and remain committed to rigid basic standards.
The aim is to create a spatial document through which the municipality will obtain a tool for negotiating investors to achieve a quality spatial document.
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INNOVATIVE SPATIAL DOCUMENT FOR THE DEGRADED URBAN AREA OF THE KRANJ RAILWAY STATION
Location: Kranj, Slovenia
INNOVATIVE SPATIAL DOCUMENT FOR THE DEGRADED URBAN AREA