Continuous Planning: Innovations from Practice in Stavanger (Norway) and Belgrade (Serbia)

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The concept of continuous planning (CP) refers to the periodic revisions of master plans in response to uncertainties faced by long-term urban planning. In this paper, we analyse CP practices in two European cities–Stavanger (Norway) and Belgrade (Serbia) and present how they cater for innovative planning tools which respond to the need to balance between both stability and change in long-term planning. We argue that in spite of its limitations, the CP approach adjusted to the local context, contributes to the certainty and stability of urban communities.

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Vuksanović-Macura, Z., Gvozdic, M., & Macura, V. (2020). Continuous Planning: Innovations from Practice in Stavanger (Norway) and Belgrade (Serbia). Planning Theory and Practice, 21(5), 727–747. https://doi.org/10.1080/14649357.2020.1849776

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