The guideline of our activity is the provision of useful services for the community by the instruments of physical planning and urban development including regional development measures as a precondition of implementation. Our most important field of activity is the operative urban development, i.e. the implementation of urban development ideas of local governments.
Depending on the character and the nature of the problems to be solved and the current state of affairs of the development – or potential development – process our activity in certain cases is not immediately or directly related to operative settlement development. The first step should be the preparation of regional development or physical plans.
In certain cases the basic strategic objectives of a settlement can be derived from a micro-regional strategy and operational plan, or a missing/upgraded physical plan is needed in order to set the right directions of settlement development actions.
That is the reason why we also deal with regional development, physical and urban planning. However, we undertake such projects when the development or physical plans to be devised are necessary to generate well defined development projects either for a small or larger area, or even at the level of a settlement. We are ready to use our expertise and relationships in the EU in order to help a growing number of local governments to have access to the methodology and the financing, legal and organisational means of operational town development. These instruments can lead to the application of this European model of settlement development managed by local governments and based on the cooperation of the public and private sectors. It will offer them the possibility to carry out their development ideas.
- in the best available architectural and technical quality,
- according to the planned time-schedule,
- at an optimal result with respect to the budget of the local government.
The introduction of the public-private partnership settlement development model can be found under the heading “Methodology”.