Territorial Arrangement and Sustainable Urban Development
Local economic and social development is a process which refers to the development of a local or regional economy capacity to stimulate a stable economic growth, and, therefore, to create jobs and conditions for harness the opportunities of fast changes in economic, technological and social field. Local administration, community-groups based aim at the efficient administration and management of existing resources, entering, if necessary, into a partnership relationship with the private sector. Sustainable development approach aim at social progress and quality of life, a process that, when meeting present needs, there are also taken into account the future generations problems and economic constraints. The paper presents aspects of territorial arrangement issues, spatial development and sustainable urban arrangement - components of local development - as well as the conclusions regarding the items outlined in the study.
Volume (Year): XII (2012)
Issue (Month): 1 (May)
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