1 FACULTY OF ARCHITECTURE of WrUT COURSE SYLLABUS PRAWO W PLANOWANIU PRZESTRZENNYM Course title in English Law in Spatial Planning Academic major: SPATIAL MANAGEMENT Study cycle and study mode: second cycle, full time Course type:obligatory Course code: GPA1005W Group of courses: NO Lecture Tutorial Lab Project Seminar Number of contact hours 15 Number of student workload hours 0 Grading policy pass with grade ECTS points: 1 Including ECTS points for practical hours (P) Including ECTS points for contact hours (CH) 1 PREREQUISITES RELATING TO KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND OTHER COMPETENCIES Basic knowledge of the spatial planning system in Poland Knowledge of basic issues related to the development of planning documents at the municipal level COURSE OBJECTIVES C1 To introduce students to the legal circumstances of the design and investment processes in spatial management. C to prepare students for the editing of planning provisions according to the legal regulations. COURSE LEARNING OUTCOMES, upon completion the students Related to knowledge: PEK_W01 Demonstrate advanced knowledge of the legal environment necessary to practice as a spatial planner. PEK_W0 Understand the relationships and dependencies between the legal regulations and planning provisions Related to skills: PEK_U01 Demonstrate skills of using provisions of law in reference to the spatial planning, in particular to use the possessed knowledge during the editing of the planning provisions. PEK_U0 Demonstrate the ability to cooperate with the authorities of the municipality during the procedure of creating planning documents at the level of the commune. Related to social competencies: PEK_K01 Understands the need to keep track of the amended legal requirements and develop their professional skills.
2 CURRICULUM CONTENT Numb Mode of teaching lectures hours Lec1 Introduction, curriculum, requirements. Examples of legal regulations applied in spatial management. Lec Construction law in the context of the act on spatial planning and management Lec Environmental protection in spatial planning. Lec4 Specialized studies in planning studies. Lec5 Examples of relationships and dependencies between the legal regulations and planning provisions editing of general provisions concerning the principles of development and land use. Lec6 Examples of relationships and dependencies between the legal regulations and planning provisions editing of provisions concerning the protection of environment and culture. Lec7 Current tendencies regarding supervisory decisions of the province governor and the judicature in the field of spatial planning. Lec8 Final test 1 Total hours 15 TEACHING TOOLS N1. Expository lecture with elements of problem solving lecture. N. Multimedia presentations N. Interactive lecture. N4. Consultations. ASSESSMENT OF ACHIEVEMENT OF LEARNING OUTCOMES Assessment (F formative (during the semester), S summative (at the end of semester) P Number of learning PEK_W01, PEK_W0, PEK_U01, PEK_U0, PEK_K01 Method of assessing the achievement of the learning Written test BASIC LITERATURE: BASIC AND ADDITIONAL LITERATURE  Act of July 7, 1994 Building code (Dz.U.of 1994 No 889, item414.)  Regulation of the Minister of Infrastructure of April 1, 00 on the technical conditions that buildings and their location should meet. (Dz.U 00 no 75 item 690 )  Act on spatial planning and management of March 7, 00 (Dz.U.of 00 No 80, item 717 as amended).  Regulation of the Ministry of Infrastructure of August 6, 00 on the required scope of the local land use plan Dz.U. of 00 No 164, item 1587).
3  Regulation of the Minister of Infrastructure of April 8, 004 on the scope of the study of the circumstances and trends of spatial development of the gmina (Dz U. of 004r. No 118. item 1).  Ustawa zdnia października 008r. o udostępnianiu informacji o środowisku i jego ochronie, udziale społeczeństwa w ochronie środowiska oraz o ocenach oddziaływania na środowisko, (Dz.U. z 008r. No 199, item17).  Act of April 7, 001 Environmental protection law (Dz.U. of 001 No 6, item 67 as amended).  Act on historical preservation and protection of monuments Dz.U. of 00 No 16, item 1568 as amended).  Act on protection of agricultural and forested areas of February, 1995 (Dz.U.of 1995 No 16, item 78 as amended).  Ustawa z dnia 1 marca 1985 r. o drogach publicznych, (Dz.U. z 004r. No 04, item 086 as amended).  Rozporządzenie Ministra Transportu i Gospodarki Morskiej z dnia marca 1999 r. w sprawie warunków technicznych, jakim powinny odpowiadać drogi publiczne i ich usytuowanie (Dz.U ).  Ustawa z dnia 10 kwietnia 00 r. o szczególnych zasadach przygotowania i realizacji inwestycji w zakresie dróg publicznych,(dz.u. z 00r. No 80, item 71 as amended).  Act of July 18, 001 on water law, Warszawa, (Dz.U. of 005r. No 9, item. 019 as amended).  Act of February 4, 1994 on geological and mining law, (Dz.U. of 005r. No 8, item as amended).  Act of August 1, 1997 on real asset management, (Dz.U. of 004r. No 61, item. 60 as amended).  Act of July 8, 005 on health springs treatment, health springs and areas of health springs protection and health springs gminas, (Dz.U. of 005r. No 167, item. 199 as amended).  Act of April 16, 004 on environmental protection, (Dz.U. of 004r. Nr 9, poz. 880 as amended).  Act of December 15, 000 on local governments of professional architects, building engineer and urban planners, (Dz.U.of 001 No 5, item 4 as amended). ADDITIONAL LITERATURE:      COURSE ADVISOR (NAME, SURNAME, E MAIL) Krzysztof Balcerek PhD, EQUIVALENCY MATRIX OF LEARNING OUTCOMES FOR COURSE PRAWO W PLANOWANIU PRZESTRZENNYM WITH THE LEARNING OUTCOMES FOR THE SPATIAL MANAGEMENT MAJOR
4 Course learning Relation of course with learning s formulated for the major Course objectives Curriculum content Number of teaching tool PEK_W01 PEK_W0, K_W07 C1 C Lec1 Lec8 N1 N4 PEK_U01 PEK_U0, K_U06, K_U14, K_U15 C1 C Lec1 Lec8 N1 N4 PEK_K01 K_K01 C1 C Lec1 Lec8 N1 N4
5 FACULTY OF ARCHITECTURE COURSE SYLLABUS Systems Theory Zał. nr 4 do ZW /01 Course title in English Systems Theory Academic major: Spatial Management Study cycle and study mode: second cycle, full time Course type: obligatory Course code GPA W Group of courses No Lecture Tutorial Lab Project Seminar Number of contact hours 0 Number of student 90 workload hours Grading policy Examination Mark (X) for final course in a group of courses ECTS points: including ECTS points for practical hours (P) including ECTS points for contact hours (CH) PREREQUISITES RELATING TO KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND OTHER COMPETENCIES 1. KNOWLEDGE foundations of mathematics and physics in terms of high school curriculum, methods of mathematical analysis (function, derivative function, integral of the function), basis of analysis in n dimensional space, basic calculus, basic algebra (matrix, vector, matrix calculus). SKILLS: application of methods of mathematical analysis for the basic functions, create matrices and basic matrix operations, matrix equation). OTHER COMPETENCIES: ability to observe and analyze the phenomena, the ability to perceive patterns in complex processes, the ability to scientific abstraction. COURSE OBJECTIVES C1: To develop basic knowledge in the field of systems theory: the philosophy of the system, general systems theory and systems engineering. C: To learn to recognize the phenomena of perception system of rules governing processes. C: To develop an understanding of the aspects of the application of systems theory, and mastering the skills of application of the laws in matters forecasting system
6 COURSE LEARNING OUTCOMES Related to knowledge: PEK_W01: understand the concept of systems theory and its difference with respect to the classical study PEK_W0: recognize the importance of teaching the system to describe complex phenomena PEK_W0: Demonstrate knowledge of the fundamental rights of the system and how they work PEK_W04: demonstrate knowledge of methods of mathematical analysis leading to the identification of the parameters of system rights Related to skills: PEK_U01: Demonstrate the ability to recognize the rights of systems in the observed phenomena PEK_U0: Demonstrate the ability to solve practical tasks of system analysis of phenomena related to spatial planning PEK_U0: Demonstrate the ability to perform predictions of social, economic, spatial processes, based on the known System laws Related to social competencies: PEK_K01: Demonstrate the ability to apply a creative approach in the context of urban design and planning PEK_K0: Demonstrate the ability to work in interdisciplinary research teams of professional and project dealing with spatial planning PEK_K0: Demonstrate the ability to predict the effects of spatial policy and planning decisions considered Lec1 Lec CURRICULUM CONTENT Mode of teaching lectures Paradigm System a new scientific approach to describe complex phenomena and processes. The fundamental assumptions of system philosophy Number of ho urs Lec Lec4 Basic concepts of systems theory system, structure, behaviors, open systems, influences, feedback Thermodynamic perspective in systems theory, the energy and the entropy of the system Lec5 System Concepts of the ecosystem Lec6 System concepts of cultural environment historical perspective Lec7 Lec8 Lec9 Models of the market system Self regulating mechanisms. Types of feedback and their impact on the behavior of the system Dynamics of systems state space, dynamic equations, trajectory Lec10 Balance in open systems. Equations of balance, types of balance. 4
7 Lec11 Lec1 Lec1 System laws: the law of growth (exponential growth, logistic law), the law of competition. System laws: additivity and wholeness of systems System laws: Lotek Volterr laws Lec14 Isomorphism the basics of modeling and simulation 1 Total hours 0 TEACHING TOOLS N1: Traditional lecture using visualization N: Discussion. N: Experiment on the model and simulation animation N4: Presentation of model solutions to practical problems ASSESSMENT OF ACHIEVEMENT OF LEARNING OUTCOMES Assessment (F formative (during the semester), S summative (at the end of semester) F1 P = F1 Number of learning PEK_W01 PEK_W04 PEK_U01 PEK_U0 PEK_K01 PEK_K0 Method of assessing the achievement of learning Written exam BASIC AND ADDITIONAL LITERATURE BASIC LITERATURE:  Bertalanffy Ludwig, Ogólna teoria systemów, PWN,  Ziemba Stefan, Jaromirek W., Staniszewski R., Problemy teorii systemów, Wszechnica Polskiej Akademii Nauk, Ossolineum, ADDITIONAL LITERATURE:  Heisenberg Werner, Część i całość, PIW,  Capra Fritjof, Punkt zwrotny, PIW,  Huxley Aldus, Filozofia Wieczysta, Wydawnictwo Pusty Obłok, Warszawa  Prigogine Ilya, Isabele Stengers, Z chaosu ku porządkowi, PIW, COURSE ADVISOR (NAME, SURNAME, E MAIL) Jerzy Sławski,
8 Course learning EQUIVALENCY MATRIX OF LEARNING OUTCOMES FOR COURSE SYSTEMS THEORY WITH THE LEARNING OUTCOMES FOR THE SPATIAL MANAGEMENT MAJOR Relation of course with learning s formulated for the major Course objectives Curriculum content No. of teaching tool PEK_W01 K_W01, K_W0 C1, C Lec1 Lec N1, N (knowledge) PEK_W0 K_W01, K_W0 C, C Lec1 Lec14 N1, N, N PEK_W0 K_W01, K_W0, K_W0 C Lec8 Lec1 N1, N, N PEK_W04 K_W0, K_W0 C Lec9 Lec1 N1, N, N, N4 PEK_U01 K_U04, K_U19, K_U, K_U4 C1, C Lec8 Lec1 N1, N, N (skills) PEK_U0 K_U04, K_U19, K_U, K_U4 C, C Lec9 Lec14 N1, N, N, N4 PEK_U0 K_U01, K_U04, K_U19, C, C Lec11, Lec1 N1, N, N, N4 PEK_K01 K_K0, K_K05 C1, C, C Lec1 Lec14 N1, N, N (competencies ) PEK_K0 K_K0, K_K05 C1, C, C Lec1 Lec14 N1, N, N, N4 PEK_K0 K_K0, K_K05 C, C Lec8 Lec14 N, N, N4
9 FACULTY OF ARCHITECTURE COURSE DESCRIPTION PLANOWANIE OBSZARÓW WIEJSKICH Zał. nr 4 do ZW /01 Course title in English Rural Planning Academic major: SPATIAL MANAGEMENT Study cycle and study mode: second cycle, full time Course type: obligatory Course code: GPA000014W Group of courses No Lecture Tutorial Lab Project Seminar Number of contact hours 15 Number of student 0 workload hours Grading policy pass with grade Mark (X) for final course in a group of courses ECTS points: 1 including ECTS points for practical hours (P) including ECTS points for 1 contact hours (CH) PREREQUISITES RELATING TO KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND OTHER COMPETENCIES 1. none COURSE OBJECTIVES C1: To acquaint students with the dynamics of rural planning C: Influence of the planning process on the trends in transformations of rural settlements C: Corrections of communication systems. C4: To equip students with skills in protecting agricultural areas C5: Solving the relationship between protected areas and recreational and tourist areas and areas of agricultural and forest planning/management
10 COURSE LEARNING OUTCOMES Related to knowledge: PEK_W01: Demonstrate systematic theoretical knowledge of spatial problems of rural areas PEK_W0: Demonstrate knowledge of the protected areas for agricultural development PEK_W0: understand the spatial relationship of agricultural areas and other non agricultural socioeconomic activities PEK_W04 demonstrate systematic knowledge of communication services Related to skills: PEK_U01: Demonstrate the ability to distinguish spatial protected areas for agricultural development PEK_U0: analytically select areas of high attractiveness for the development of recreation and tourism PEK_U0: define spatial areas for afforestation PEK_U04: propose new communication systems associated with rural settlements and spatial management of agricultural areas Related to social competencies: PEK_K01: demonstrate awareness of the close dependence of physiographic conditions on the development of agricultural areas PEK_K0: demonstrate awareness of the necessary changes in the development of rural buildings PEK_K0: demonstrate awareness of the progressing changes in the agrarian structure of rural areas and the necessary protection of agricultural land PEK_K04: understand the environmental circumstances for the development of recreation and tourism Lec1 CURRICULUM CONTENT Mode of teaching lectures Basic elements required to start the process of spatial planning of rural areas Lec Rural settlement; the origins, traditions and contemporary trends. Lec Lec4 Trends in the agrarian structure of rural areas, their valuation and necessary treatment planning to improve their value. Attractive areas, forests, recreation and tourism areas in spatial development of villages. Lec5 Other non agricultural social economic activities of developing rural areas Lec6 Lec7 Environmentally protected areas and their relation to settlement, agricultural, forestry, and recreation and tourism areas. Dynamics of spatial changes and their interdependence on conditions of the natural environment Lec8 Communication services and water relations 1 Number of ho urs Total hours 15 N1. problem solving lectures N. expository lectures N. multimedia presentations TEACHING TOOLS
11 ASSESSMENT OF ACHIEVEMENT OF LEARNING OUTCOMES Assessment (F formative (during the semester), S summative (at the end of semester) Number of learning P: (for all learning s): written test Method of assessing the achievement of learning BASIC LITERATURE: BASIC AND ADDITIONAL LITERATURE  Mrozowski E., Pogoziński Z., Planowanie przestrzenne i projektowanie terenów wiejskich, PWN, Warszawa 1988  Thumenas W., Zarys planowania obszarów wiejskich, Warszawa 197  Trybuła M., Zagadnienia gospodarki wodnej w rolnictwie, Warszawa 1978  Radziszewski E., Wieczorkiewicz W., Wiśniewska M., Planowanie przestrzenne i zabudowa wsi, Arkady, 198 ADDITIONAL LITERATURE:  Organizacja przestrzenna obszarów wiejskich, PAN, Warszawa 1979  Strzałko J, Mossor Pietraszewska, Kompendium wiedzy o ekologii, PWN, Warszawa 00  Seneta W., Dolatowska I., Dendrologia, PWN, Warszawa 000 COURSE ADVISOR (NAME, SURNAME, E MAIL) Stanisław Wiatrzyk PhD,
13 Zał. nr 4 do ZW /01 FACULTY OF ARCHITECTURE COURSE SYLLABUS Course title in Polish Legislative Drafting in Planning Course title in English: Legislative Technique in Planning Academic major: SPATIAL MANAGEMENT Course level and study mode: second cycle, full-time Course type: obligatory Course code GPA000007W Group of courses: NO Number of contact hours Number of student 90 workload hours Grading policy Mark (X) for final course in a group of courses ECTS points: including ECTS points for practical hours (P) including ECTS points for contact hours (CH) Lecture Tutorial Lab Project Seminar 0 Examination PREREQUISITES RELATING TO KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND OTHER COMPETENCIES Competencies in the preparation of local land-use plans and basic knowledge of law acquired at the undergraduate level COURSE OBJECTIVES C1. Develop basic knowledge of the principles of constructing legislation acts relating to spatial planning and arrangements in such acts pertaining to different fields.
14 COURSE LEARNING OUTCOMES I. Related to knowledge: Demonstrate basic knowledge of the principles of constructing legislation relating to spatial planning and arrangements in such acts pertaining to different fields. PEK_W01 identify general objectives implemented by local zoning plans and land-use plans. PEK_W0 - identify the ways of linking textual provisions with space PEK_W0 - understand the structure and nature of the law on spatial planning PEK_W04 - identify the types of arrangements that can be introduced into local plans and to zoning plans. PEK_U05 - identify the structure of a resolution on the adoption of the local plan. PEK_W06 identify the rules of adopting definitions of individual categories of functions for the local plan. Identify the inherent difficulties in adopting such definitions. PEK_W07 - identify frontage types used in local plans and typical weaknesses of different types of these frontages. PEK_W08 - identify typical arrangements relating to the principles of land development and typical weaknesses of formulating these principles PEK_W09 - identify types of arrangements of local plans relating to spatial composition. PEK_W10 - Identify basic types of indicators and measures used in local plans PEK_W11 - identify the basic types of arrangements of local plans relating to the transport system. PEK_W1 - identify the basic types of arrangements of local plans relating to the problem of protection. PEK_W1 - identify the basic types of arrangements of local plans relating to the problem of technical infrastructure. PEK_W14 - identify the basic types of arrangements of local plans relating to the problem of property division. PEK_W15 - Identify the method of formulating provisions pertaining to payments connected with an increase in the value of real estate as a result of entry into force of the local plan, as well as provisions that serve as the base for taking over land by the commune. II. Related to social competencies: Develop the ability to draw conclusions relating to the formulation of provisions of local plans, based on changes in the law and experience relating to the effectiveness of the planning regulations. PEK_K01 develop the ability of critical analysis of provisions of local plans in terms of their legal validity. PEK_K0 draw conclusions related to changes in the principles of creating local plan in connection with the changing legal regulations, PEK_K0 draw conclusions related to changes in the principles of creating local plan as a result of comparing the intent of designers with the investment effect. Lec1 CURRICULUM CONTENT Mode of teaching - lectures Presentation of the subject of lectures. The objectives implemented by local plans and the study of circumstances and trends of the spatial Number of h
15 development. Criteria for assessment of the language of planning arrangements. Lec Linking of plan arrangements with space. Arrangements for the entire area covered by the plan. Arrangements for lands. The concept of elementary area. Single-layer and multi-layer divisions (overlay). Hierarchical divisions. Functional and spatial zoning and additional arrangements. Classic, flexible, overlay and encouraging zoning. Lec Nature of provisions of law in planning. Types of arrangements according to their legal force and character. Lec4 Construction and other elements of the resolution on the adoption of the local plan. Spatial and thematic criteria for organizing the content of the plan and study. Lec5-7 Land function. 6 Lec8 Frontages Lec9 Principles of development and land development Lec10 Composition arrangements. Lec11 Indicator arrangements Lec1 Transport arrangements. Arrangements pertaining to protection of the environment Lec1 Arrangements pertaining to division of property Arrangements pertaining to the protection of historic and cultural Lec14 heritage. Arrangements pertaining to technical infrastructure Lec15 Arrangements pertaining to the percentage and areas of implementation public objectives Total hours 0 TEACHING TOOLS N1. Traditional lecture using slides N. Individual work study and preparation for the final examination. ASSESSMENT OF ACHIEVEMENT OF LEARNING OUTCOMES LECTURE Assessment (F formative (during the semester), S summative (at the end of semester) P Number of learning PEK_W01 PEK_W15; PEK_K01 PEK_K0 Method of assessing the achievement of learning Written exam in the form of a test
16 P=Written exam in the form of a test BASIC AND ADDITIONAL LITERATURE basic literature:  Mironowicz I. Technika zapisu planistycznego, Instytut Rozwoju Miast, Kraków 005  Ossowicz T. Linie zabudowy w planach miejscowych, w: Jędrzejkowski Piotr, Wiland Marek, Wójcik Agnieszka (red.) Planowanie przestrzenne w miastach, Zeszyt Zachodniej Okręgowej Izby Urbanistycznej, Oficyna Wydawnicza ZOIU, Wrocław 004, ss  Ustawa z dnia marca 00 roku o planowaniu i zagospodarowaniu przestrzennym tj. additional literature:  Mironowicz I., Ossowicz T., Technika zapisu planu miejscowego. Problemy zapisu w wybranych działach tematycznych., w: E. Bagiński (red.), Zarys metod i technik badawczych, Oficyna Wydawnicza Politechniki Wrocławskiej, Wrocław, 1996  Ziobrowski Z., Zastawniak B., Reizer S., Zasady zapisu ustaleń planów miejscowych. Instytut Gospodarki Przestrzennej i Komunalnej Oddział Kraków, Kraków, 1995  Cullingworth B., Caves Roger W., Planning in the USA. Policies, issues and processes, Routledge, London, New York, 00 COURSE ADVISOR (NAME, SURNAME, ) Professor Tomsasz Ossowicz,
17 EQUIVALENCY MATRIX OF LEARNING OUTCOMES FOR COURSE Legislative Drafting in Planning WITH THE LEARNING OUTCOMES FOR THE SPATIAL MANAGEMENT MAJOR Course learning Relation of course with learning s formulated for the major and specialization (if applicable)** Course objectives*** Curriculum content*** No. of teaching tool*** PEK_W01 K_W07, K_W1 C1, C, C Lec1 N1, (knowledge ) PEK_W0 K_W07, K_W1 C1, C, C Lec N1, PEK_W0 K_W07, K_W1 C1, C, C Lec N1, PEK_W04 K_W07, K_W1 C1, C, C Lec N1, PEK_W05 K_W07, K_W1 C1, C, C Lec4 N1, PEK_W06 K_W07, K_W1 C1, C, C Lec5-7 N1, PEK_W07 K_W07, K_W1 C1, C, C Lec8 N1, PEK_W08 K_W07, K_W1, C1, C, C Lec9 N1, PEK_W09 K_W07, K_W1 C1, C, C Lec10 N1, PEK_W10 K_W07, K_W1 C1, C, C Lec11 N1, PEK_W11 K_W07, K_W1 C1, C, C Lec1 N1, PEK_W1 K_W07, K_W1 C1, C, C Lec1, 14 N1, PEK_W1 K_W07, K_W1 C1, C, C Lec15 N1, PEK_W14 K_W07, K_W1 C1, C, C Lec1 N1, PEK_W15 K_W07, K_W1 C1, C, C Lec15 N1, PEK_K01 K_K01 C Lec1-15 N1- (competenc ies) PEK_K0 K_K01 C Lec1-15 N1- PEK_K0 K_K01 C Lec1-15 N1-
18 Zał. nr 4 do ZW /01 FACULTY OF ARCHITECTURE COURSE SYLLABUS Course title in Polish PLANOWANIE ROZWOJU MIAST 1 Course title in English URBAN PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT module 1 Academic major SPATIAL MANAGEMENT Course level and study mode:second cycle, full-time Course type: obligatory Course code GPA00000W Group of courses No Number of contact hours Number of student workload hours Grading policy Lecture Tutorial Lab Project Seminar 0 60 pass with grade Mark (X) for final course in a group of courses ECTS points: including ECTS points for practical hours (P) including ECTS points for contact hours (CH) PREREQUISITES RELATING TO KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND OTHER COMPETENCIES No prerequisites. COURSE OBJECTIVES C1: to present and introduce the problems of planning city development in the context of global trends and internal and external constraints C: To introduce students to techniques of analyzing urban structures C: to acquaint students with the tools that support the development of cities
19 COURSE LEARNING OUTCOMES Related to knowledge: PEK_W01: develop an understanding of the structure of the city as a whole and the context of city development PEK_W0: understand processes shaping the structure of the city PEK_W0 identify and understand development circumstances of cities. PEK_W04 identify and understand the external context for the condition of city development. PEK_U05: demonstrate knowledge of methods of diagnosing the condition of the city structure PEK_U06: demonstrate knowledge of tools of diagnosing the condition of the city structure Related to skills: PEK_U01: develop skills in using analytical methods for diagnosing the state of the city structure PEK_U0: develop the ability to analyze the various parts of the city and determine the condition of these structures PEK_U0: develop skills in determining the external context and its relationship to the structure of the city PEK_U04: to develop skills in diagnosing the condition of the city structure Related to social competencies: PEK_K01: develop skills in communication regarding professional matters with various entities PEK_K0 understand the social responsibility and obligations of urban planner who operates in the urban structure Lec1 Lec Lec Lec4 Lec5 Lec6 CURRICULUM CONTENT Mode of teaching - lectures The characteristics and circumstances in the work of a city planner. Documents which outline the competences and challenges for the planner the new Athens Charter as of 00, the Zipser scheme, the Kunzman scheme. The concept of city. The definition of city. General typology of city definitions. Characteristics that distinguish cities from other settlements. The paradigm of spatial decisions as the operational basis of city planning. City development factors in free market economy and democracy. The relations of urban spatial policy with social and economic policy. The goals of urban planning. Relationship between cities and the surrounding area. The role of the city in the region. Topographic position of cities and their influence on the city structure. The concept of the functional and spatial structure of the city. Internal variety in the city structure. Characteristic types of internal city structures. The concepts of ideal city structures. Main theories related to Number of ho ur s 1 1
20 Lec7 Lec8 Lec9 Lec10 Lec11 Lec1 Lec1 Lec14 Lec15 Lec16 the development of internal city structures. Elements of diagnosis of the condition of the spatial and functional structure of a city. Composition (physiognomy) of cities. Characteristic types of spatial structures of a city. Development of spatial structures of a city. Elements of theory and methods of analyzing the spatial structure of a city. City as a field of development. Types of activities in the city. Conditions for development of individual activities. Value of land. The influence of land property on city planning. General principles for the location of the various types of activity. Conflicts between activities. Relations between activities. Service centers typology. Multifunctional service centers their types and characteristic features. The influence of multifunctional service centers on the city structure. Specialist service centers their features and their influence on the city structure. Areas of economic activity typical activities, their types and distribution in the city structure. The influence of modern technology and economic changes on areas of economic activity. New spatial forms of economic activity. Residential areas types and development factors in different parts of the city. The influence of new patterns of social behavior on residential 4 areas. The problem of revitalization of residential areas. Urban sprawl. Urban sprawl. The rules for forming transport systems in cities and connected with them elements of the functional and spatial structure. Vehicular communication the system of vehicular transport in a city and connected to it elements of development, the system of pedestrian traffic, and the system of cycle paths. System of railroad transport in a city and connected to it elements of development. Changes and prospects for the development of rail transport. Public transport. System of railroad transport in a city and connected to it elements of development. Changes and prospects for the development of air 1 transport and its importance for the development of cities. System of water transport in a city and connected to it elements of development. Changes and prospects for the development of water 1 transport. Total hours 0 N1. Computer presentations N. Discussion. TEACHING TOOLS ASSESSMENT OF ACHIEVEMENT OF LEARNING OUTCOMES Assessment (F formative (during the Number of learning Method of assessing the achievement of learning
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