Trends in New Multi-Family Residential Development in Serbia: Overview by Local Urban Professionals
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Djukić, Aleksandra M.
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The field of housing has undergone significant changes during the challenging post-socialist transition. Serbia has been a somewhat different case in the way that its transition was postponed and more complex. Conversely, its housing also carries the legacy of the more developed former socialist Yugoslavia. This dichotomy can easily be observed in the case of the newly-built, “transitional” multi-storey housing. However, the data relating to its characteristics is rare and insufficiently accurate. The aim of this chapter is to improve the research of the urban dimension in newly-built multi-family housing in Serbia, regarding housing planning in the new master and detailed urban plans for Serbian cities. This has been researched by analyzing the professional knowledge and experience of local experts. Therefore, the method used in the research was survey, in which urban experts had participated. It had been carried out in May 2015.
Keywords:Urban planning / Housing studies / Multi-family housing / Post-socialist transition / Survey / Urban Experts / Serbia / Socialist Yugoslavia
Source:Handbook of Research on Urban-Rural Synergy Development Through Housing, Landscape, and Tourism, 2020, 30-50
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