Territorial development
Our movement implements projects related to regional development and urban planning. One of the key tools in this direction is the master plan. The master plan is a document that offers different options for the territorydevelopment (functional zoning, draft planning solutions, etc.), determines the most preferred option and forms the whole concept of the territory development.

Currently, the master plan stage is not fixed in the urban planning legislation. Nevertheless, now it is possible to determine the conceptual solutions for the territory development (taking into account various options) before performing more complex works, which reduces the cost of the subsequent stage of work (the planning project).

The development of the master plan precedes the development of the territory layout.
The work consists of two major stages: the prerequisites analysis for the development of a particular territory and the concept development for the particular territory.
The master plan performs several functions at the same time:
  • Presents a comprehensive vision of what the projected location should be in the distant future
  • Forms a public consensus on the goals, agenda and directions of development
  • Defines resources and mechanisms for achieving the set goals
  • Prepares medium-term operational planning documents
    The master plan is more focused on established cities, it works better with extensive development of territories — when the expansion of the city is carried out through construction "in the fields", and not the intensification of the already existing environment.

    In the case of a master plan, we start from the current situation and look for mechanisms for further development of what is already there — such a complex spatial and social organism, which is almost any large city. This approach requires special attention to communication issues: there are always some interests, property rights, and to achieve the goal, it is necessary to find common ground.