The Regional Development Strategy. Case Study The Nehoiu and Pitesti Towns
AbstractIn recent years there are being discussed various aspects of regional development in our country. Thus, plans and strategies were made for developing our country regions, with influence in their localities. It is the case of Pitesti and Nehoiu both belonging to different development regions, but having an important role in the local and regional development. Regional development attracts a number of positive consequences for both localities, such as rehabilitation and expansion of road and rail traffic routes, housing development through collective or individual housing, upgrading and development of certain technical aspects of the urban system, tourism, and not least the industry. "Cities recorded four stages of community development - building, recruiting people, transition and maturity" , but over time there had been added others such as "the fifth stage companies called decay, also as suggested the sixth stage - leaving ".
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Volume (Year): XII (2012)
Issue (Month): 1 (May)
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