Romanian-French cooperation in the field of urban planning law
On Thursday, 25 March 2010
, the Minister of Regional Development and Tourism, Elena Udrea
, will attend the official opening of the seminar "European construction and the evolution of urban planning law” – a comparative study Romania-France. The event is organised by the Ministry of Regional Development and Tourism in collaboration with the University of Bucharest - Faculty of Law - Centre of the general theory of law and new rights, the French-Romanian Juridical College of European Studies and the French-Romanian Association of Jurists, during the period 25 -26 March 2010
. The official opening will take place at 9:00, in the Stoicescu Hall of the Faculty of Law, 36-46, Kogălniceanu Blvd, sector 5, Bucharest.
Entered in the French-Romanian strategic partnership, the seminar represents an important step in the process of updating the Romanian legislation on spatial and urban planning, by adapting it according to the practices and regulations of the other EU Member States and to the European directives.
The first day of the seminar will include 3 sessions with the themes: 1) The right to information and public participation in urban planning activities, 2) Access to the judge in the area of urban planning and 3) Contentious matters in the area of urban planning in France and Romania.
The second day includes session 4, "What restrictions on the ownership rights are justified by the sustainable urban development?", followed by a roundtable on "What are the prospects for the evolution of the Romanian urban planning law? Training Romanian lawyers specialised in urban planning law."
The event takes place with support from the French Ministry of Ecology, Energy, Sustainable Development and the Sea (MEEDDM), of the Research Group for the Institutions and the Law of Spatial and Urban Planning and Habitat – GRIDAUH
, of the Romanian Urban Planners Register - RUR and the Francophone University Agency. The official languages of the seminar are Romanian and French, simultaneous translation to be provided throughout its duration.
Agenda of the event
| European construction and the evolution of urban planning law
| Poster of the event