The Influence Of Juridical Regulations Upon Tourist Town-Planning
Urban tourism, if correctly planned, developed and managed, may create advantages and benefits both to urban communities and overall society. By systematically implementing planning based on intelligent management and town-planning regulations complying with the organizing and long-lasting growth requirements of towns, local and national communities, benefits can be maximized, whereas troubles minimized. Town planning should pursue the juridical requirements of the legislation in force, based on a flexible, comprehensive, integrated and ecological approach, being implementable on the principles of keeping the tourist sector’s long life.
Volume (Year): 4 (2009)
Issue (Month): 10 (February)
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