Is the branch of architecture dealing with the design and organization of land and its activities. It also refers to all infrastructure passing into and out urban areas, such as transportation (roads, highway, urban streets, rural paths, etc.), communications and distribution networks.
The aim of urban planning is to guide and ensure the orderly development of settlements and communities. Urban planners work with the cognate fields of architecture, landscape architecture, civil engineering, and public administration to achieve strategic, policy and sustainability goals.
The process begins with the reception of the case, the collection of information through different official sources such as the cadastre, the territory department, the cartographic institute and the applicable legislation. Next, we decide which are the actions to take in each case, we rediscover the proposal and present it to the organism that requested it for its validation and from there you can begin its administrative or urban planning procedure, until its final approval.
Our services can be differentiated in four blocks:
Plans for urban self-protection: where the municipalities are ordered and the land is classified according to whether it is urban land, not developable land and developable.
Modifications of plans for urban self-protection.
Development of urban figures defined in the general planning.
Partial urban planning plans. They develop resolution that dictates the general planning in urban land.
Special urban plans. They develop the resolution that dictates the general planning in non-urban land.
Urban improvement plans. They dictate what is taking place in urban land.
It includes urbanization and reparcelation projects:
An urbanization project defines the infrastructures and services of a particular area. For example, in a street, what should be the lighting, the litter bins, the potable water, the protection against fires, the type of paving, the urban furniture, etc.) The reparcelation projects allow the owners of a sector to allocate the land derived from a new arrangement.
Land parcelation, land groupings, horizontal division, etc.