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DOI: 10.33622/0869-7019
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  • To Be Able to Plan Development
  • UDC 338.242
    Vladimir I. RESIN, Svetlana S. BACHURINA, Irina L. VLADIMIROVA, Anna A. TSYGANKOVA, e-mail:
    Plekhanov Russian University of Economics, Stremyanny per., 36, Moscow 117997, Russian Federation
    Abstract. Factors, fundamental town-planning principles of territorial planning and tasks that have to provide sustainable competitive social and economic development of regions and country in general are investigated and formulated in the article. Performance indicators of national projects are considered and the key complex task of town-planning activity consisting in ensuring housing affordability at performance of high requirements to quality, comfort life and activity of citizens, development of their creative abilities is grounded. The models of economic development of regions making it possible to estimate their maturity level from the point of view of sustainable development in the interests of all population are given. It is shown that the urban policy which is the cornerstone of economic growth should be based on interaction with private business, takes into account protection of the surrounding natural and historical environment, effective resources consumption, introduction of innovations and modern technologies of digital modeling and project management platforms.
    Key words: urban planning policy, spatial development strategy, national projects, sustainable development, territorial planning, town-planning zoning, economic growth, project management, infrastructure projects, level of comfort and accessibility of living environment for the population, service model of territorial and spatial planning, digital economy.
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  • For citation: Resin V. I., Bachurina S. S., Vladimirova I. L., Tsygankova A. A. To be Able to Plan Development. Promyshlennoe i grazhdanskoe stroitel'stvo [Industrial and Civil Engineering], 2018, no. 8, pp. 17-22. (In Russian).