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The use of regulations in spatial planning and their meaning
Romanchuk, Anna ; Šimková, Hana (referee) ; Kotrla, Jakub (advisor)
The bachelor's thesis describes the basic legislative overview of spatial planning in the Czech Republic and then focuses on analysis and usage of the regulations of municipalities. The work is based on knowledge about spatial planning and the influence of its tools on the quality of cities and landscapes. The work is focused on the compilation of findings from spatial planning documentation and their possibilities for spatial regulation. The thesis analyzes two cities, Zlín and Brno, from the point of view of how the regulatory tools work in both cities, and what their use or non-use leads to. The goal is to compare the approaches to the regulation of the territory and to use an illustrative example to show what it looks like and what are the consequences.
The History and Activities of the Town and Country Planning Department of The Ressearch Institute for Building and Architecture in Brno
Žáčková, Markéta ; Chatrný, Jindřich (referee) ; Ing.arch.Igor Kovačevič, Ph.D. (referee) ; Doležel, Karel (referee) ; Koutný, Jan (advisor)
The dissertation explores the history and activities of the Brno-located Town and Country Planning Department of The Research Institute for Building and Architecture (RIBA) since its foundation in 1954 until its abolishment in 1994. As a part of the department functioning, a description of its main research tasks and publications, which had played an essential part while formulating theory and methodology of urban planning after the 2nd World War in Czechoslovakia, are introduced. Special attention is paid to tasks and publications whose authors and research workers applied interdisciplinary approaches and – in spite of the prevailing totalitarian regime – managed to apply their experience acquired abroad to produce highly influential works such as The Principles and Rules of Spatial Planning. Another objective of the dissertation is the creation of a complex bibliography of texts that were produced by the department (books, reports on the outcomes of research tasks that had been explored at the Town and Country Planning Department and that were released internally as handbooks serving research workers of the institute and other institutions focusing on building and architecture). Depictions of the Brno department of RIBA from the perspective of two of its significant representatives who have outlived the institution they had witnessed to be founded and to the functioning of which they had significantly contributed, become a key part of the text: Ing. arch. Vladimír Matoušek, CSc., the second head of the Town and Country Planning Department of RIBA and Ing. arch. Dušan Riedl, CSc., a theoretician of architecture and urban planning and a top expert on Czech national herritage. As the topic has not yet been subjected to scholarly research, the main objective of the work is to create the very first complex text on the Brno department of RIBA and its activities. The circumstances surrounding the constitution of RIBA in the context of other similarly functioning research institutes are pursued with a special focus on the fields of building, architecture and urban planning as well as legislative embedding of its foundation and functioning, its organization structure, staff, definition of taskmasters and the way the tasks were approached, relations to other institutions in the field, publishing activities and transfer of theoretical research outcomes to practice. The text also deals with the state of present-day research of architecture and urban planning. Archive material and publications released by the institute represent a predominant source of information about RIBA activities. They are now stored at the archive of ABF Foundation in Prague (the foundation has been administering both the archive and library of the Prague department of RIBA since its abolishment), at the library of The Institute for Spatial Development in Brno (the institute administers the library of the former Brno department) and at the Moravian Land Archive in Brno. Both of the archives have been thoroughly researched by the author. Critical reflections upon the urban-planning department of RIBA occurring in contemporary publications and periodicals are another important source of information which help to specify the character of its activities (recent literature mentions RIBA scarcely, a complex evaluation is still missing). Oral history reported by former employees of RIBA, who had contributed to the first-rate quality of its research activities.
Economic indicators of sustainable urban development of medium-sized towns
Pavlas, Miroslav ; doc.Ing.Liběna Tetřevová,Ph.D. (referee) ; Šilhánková, Vladimíra (referee) ; Mgr. Michael Pondělíček,Ph.D. (referee) ; Koutný, Jan (advisor)
The aim of the thesis is to analyse how to measure an economic pillar of sustainable urban development when it is understood in terms of qualitative city development. This principly means achieving economic prosperity which does not lead to damage of the city areas and decrease the quality of life for its residents. This approach requires the creation of an appropriate set of indicators that will cover qualitative aspects of sustainable economic development. The first section summarizes existing approaches to the definition of sustainable development and ways of measuring both on the Czech and the international level. There are also defined basic characteristics of the urban development which are appropriate to express a qualitative development of the city. The second part is focused on existing ways in which sustainable development is measured, i.e. especially in the context of indicator sets. These are under detailed assessment which aim is to show how useful is to measure the economic sustainability from the qualitative point of view. In this part, the limits of using economic macro aggregates (especially Gross Domestic Product) is emphasized because there are still regarded as one of the key economic indicators of sustainable development. In the next part the thesis deals with the definition of economic prosperity and focuses on the characteristics typical for short, medium and long term perspective. Measurement of sustainable urban development in the short term is based on assessment of financial situation. From the medium-term point of view, it is crucial to assess how the city handles its property, i.e. mainly buildings and land. These property components are substantial for a further direction of city development. In the next section are designed indicators aimed at measuring the ability of the city to maintain a skilled workforce which is one of the most important conditions of long-term economic prosperity. The final theoretical part of the thesis is focused on how the long-term sustainable urban development is to be expressed in an economic way through the assessment of investments in urban infrastructure and its operational efficiency. The designed set of indicators is verified on case studies of three medium-sized Czech cities.
Vařbuchta, Petr ; Hromada, Eduard (referee) ; Česelský, Jan (referee) ; Cupal, Martin (referee) ; Hromádka, Vít (advisor)
This dissertation thesis deals with the analysis of the possibilities of development of residential areas within the framework of spatial planning. The main objective was to establish an index that would show the level of potential of areas for residential development based on the conditions set by the zoning plans. For this purpose, a methodology was developed that involves the collection and analysis of data from graphical information systems of urban planning. The research question was investigated using case studies of the cities of Brno, Olomouc and Jihlava, where residential design areas and their limits were identified. The results showed that residential development can be influenced by various factors such as the character of the area, environmental constraints, technical infrastructure and other regulatory factors. Using the established Index of Residential Development (IoRD), an assessment of the level of potential for development in each city was achieved. This dissertation brings a new perspective to the assessment of residential development potential in urban areas and also provides a methodology for determining the IoRD based on zoning conditions.
Assessment of the impact of planning on land prices in Žďár nad Sázavou and its surroundings
Balarinová, Pavla ; Kryl, Antonín (referee) ; Lorencová, Marie (advisor)
This thesis addresses the changes in land-use planning and their overall impact on the final price of land. Selected sites are in locations Dolní Rožínka and Žďár nad Sázavou, in the local area Stržanov. Both plots are established and customary prices recorded for individual phases of spatial planning. These phases are divided into agricultural land, other land-use plan that is designed for building and land intended to be built according to zoning. Final evaluation determines how different land prices in the three phases of spatial planning and price comparison of the two plots each other in different locations.
Indicators of Spatial Sustainable Development
Maštálka, Martin ; Kyselka, Mojmír (referee) ; Mansfeldová, Alena (referee) ; Mgr.Michal Pondělíček (referee) ; Šilhánková, Vladimíra (advisor)
The aim of the thesis was to analyse indicators and data sets used in the field of sustainable spatial plannig. On the base of the analyses there were spatial indicators of the sustainable development designed. The basic condition to design new indicators it was the accessibility to the elementary datas. The other condition was to design very simply methodology that could be use also for measuring in very small location. The thesis designed idnicators in three main areas of the spatial planning: • landuse, • accessibility of the services, • inner city/town/village traffic. One of the demands for the new indicators set was it´s efficiency for all kinds of the cities in the Czech Republic. This demand was fullfilled by the 3 level methodolgy – the main indicator was measurable for all kinds of settlemets – small villages, small and middle towns and also for cities. The basic methodology (for small villages) was very simple. Indicators were computed from very easy accesible data sets. And this methodology could also be used for larger settlements without any problems. The second level – for small and middle towns – sometimes needs special surveys or special hardware and software. The top of the pyramid is the methodology for cities. In this level there are used detailed analyses and computing methods. The thesis designes the methodology and also checks the practical application up.
Planning in Practice in the Town of Letovice
Musil, Lukáš ; Sadílek, Augustin (referee) ; Doležalová, Monika (advisor)
The diploma thesis describes the issue of urban planning. Theoretically acquaints the reader with urban planning, zoning plan and processing. The current state of the zoning plan and its changes is analyzed on the example of a selected municipality. Based on these findings, further development possibilities of the municipality are proposed.
Urban Planning in Practice
Pravdík, Petr ; Čech, Josef (referee) ; Superatová, Alena (advisor)
The thesis brings urban planning and sustainable development. Introduces low-energy construction and its types. Closer focuses on self- sufficient house, describing his characteristics, principles, and selection of suitable location. Finally, the work addresses the legislation associated with the placement of a self-sufficient house on suitable parcel.
Urban Architectural Study of Conversion of Military Brownfield
Poláková, Katarína ; Menšíková, Naděžda (referee) ; Urbášková, Hana (advisor)
This is the transformation of the former military camp near Český Krumlov to the KRUMLOVIA training center, which should be a source of inspiration not only in the field of education but also a source of inspiration for the creation of a modern urban space with a significant social and ecological overlap.
The marketing conception of the municipality development
Burgárová, Zuzana ; Frycová, Andrea (referee) ; Dohnal, Radek (advisor)
In the thesis is described the municipal system in the Czech republic, the territorial development on the municipal level, the disparity of particular authorities, the municipal development opportunities, the creation and usage of municipal budget and possibilities of municipal development. Further in theoretical part is described the municipal marketing and analysis used in the practical part. The purpose of the thesis is to find out the current state of the town Pribor using marketing analysis, to discuss its strengths and weaknesses and to define threats and opportunities in the near future as well. Based on the results will be suggested possible solutions for further development of the town.

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