FEATURES OF FORMATION OF INTEGRATED CITY DEVELOPMENT
Keywords:integrated city development, participatory approach, integrated approach, vision, concept of integrated urban development
The article identifies the main elements of the concept of integrated city development, which forms a modern tool of informal regulation that takes into account the main challenges and needs of the city. The aim of the article is to study the current state of integrated urban development and outline the relevant areas of urban development. The methodological basis of the research in the analysis of the essence and significance of the Constitutional Court of Ukraine as a supreme state body with a special status. The application of the historical-logical method, the empirical basis for the research was the legal acts regulating the activity of the Constitutional Court of Ukraine and the basic principles of organization of state power in Ukraine. A complex and comprehensive approach to regulating the development of the city in accordance with the principles of participative management is presented. That is why at all stages of development of the Concept of integrated development of the city the interested parties and inhabitants of the city need to actively express their own thoughts concerning the future development, to bring the ideas and wishes. There are many opportunities for this, in particular, holding integrated development forums, numerous round tables, workshops, information meetings in the city's neighborhoods, urban festivals, and more. The vision of the city and the system of goals are the Concept core of integrated city development. They are developed on the basis of a preliminary analysis of various spheres of the city’s life, its features and determine the nature and direction of further action on the city's development. A separate, main component of the concept of integrated city development is the vision of the city and the system of goals, which are developed on the basis of a preliminary analysis of various spheres city’s life. There are also key areas of activity that offer approaches that will best meet the needs of current and future residents in a comfortable and safe living.
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