Planning deals with the organization of construction and the shaping of the environment. Planning determines how land is arranged, for example, for a residential area or a shop. It also makes decisions about the arrangement of streets and land and regulates the design of individual buildings such as the number of floors and the number of dwellings. The public can come to work on the drafting of plans through resident coordinators or other consultations.

Planning Officer

The role of the Planner is to provide information and advice on planning to city officials, city officials, consultants, designers and contractors. The organizer conducts the organizational proceedings and acts under the authority of the municipal council.

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Principal Organization of

The 2010-2030 Master Plan was approved by the City Council on November 26, 2013. The Master Plan entered into force on 26 February 2014 with publication in Section B of the Official Journal.

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Neighborhood Planning

Neighborhood Planning is a division of greenery designed to make it more eco-friendly and sustainable and to develop the building in response to changing community concerns. If you want to change your property or land, the neighborhood plan will make it easier for you.

Dividing line

Divider is a more detailed embodiment of a master for a delimited area or field. Division provides for building patterns, house types, landscaping, functions, land boundaries, etc. Dividers apply to urban and rural areas, large and small neighborhoods, intersections, docking stations, outdoor spaces, soundings, avalanche protection parks, and more. The division plan contains the planning terms for the issuance of construction and commissioning permits.

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Capital Region

Is a single residential area, a single professional and housing market with shared basic systems, outdoor spaces, resources and nature.