Regional and Urban Planning

Civil Engineering
5 ECTS; 3º Ano, 2º Semestre, 30,0 T + 30,0 PL

Lecturer

Prerequisites
Not applicable.

Objectives
Students should learn key concepts and terminology related with land management and urban planning.
They should gain a critical mindset about current urban plans and develop work directed at diagnosing and solving related problems.

Program
1.URBANISM
The concepts of urban and urbanism, land planning and management.
The European urban Experiences of the nineteenth and twentieth centuries.
2. LAND DEVELOPMENT
Land planning and management
2.2 Land management tools
2.3 RJIGT
2.4 RJUE
3. URBAN PLANNING
3.1 Urban space elements
3.2 Urban parameters and ratios
3.3 Rules and regulations
3.4 Urbanization plans and projects

Evaluation Methodology
Two group assignments (mandatory to bne eligible to take the exam)

Written Test

Bibliography
- Carvalho, J. (2003). Ordenar a Cidade. (Vol. -). Coimbra: Quarteto
- Kostof, S. (1991). The city shaped : urban patterns and meanings through history. (Vol. -). Londres: Thames & Hudson
- Chueca Goitia, F. (1996). Breve história do urbanismo. (Vol. -). Lisboa: Presença
- Gravagnuolo, B. (1998). Historia del urbanismo em Europa : 1750-1960. (Vol. -). Madrid: Akal, cop
- Portas, N. e Domingues, A. e Cabral, J. (2004). Políticas Urbanas, Tendências, estratégias e oportunidades. Lisboa: FCG
- Pardal, S. e Correia, P. e Lamas, M. (1995). Normas Urbanísticas: Princípios e Conceitos Fundamentais. Lisboa: DGOTDU-UTL
- Lamas, J. (1993). Morfologia Urbana e Desenho da Cidade. Lisboa: FCG
- Hall, P. (2002). Cities of tomorrow: an intellectual history of urban planning and design in the twentieth century. Oxford: Blackwell

Method of interaction
Lectures focusing on the exaplanation of concepts and applicable legislation.
Tutorials including practical exercises.

Software used in class