Excerpt from the Current Planning Documentation

  • Detailed Regulation Plan for the Area of the Linear Park - Belgrade, City Municipalities of Stari grad and Palilula (Official Journal of the City of Belgrade no. /21).
  • Detailed Regulation Plan for the area between the following streets: Francuska street, Cara Dušana street, Tadeuška Košćuška street and the current railway line in Dorćol, Stari grad Municipality (Official Journal of the City of Belgrade no. 83/15).
  • Detailed Regulation Plan for the traffic arteries: Dunavska street, Tadeuška Košćuška street, Dubrovačka street, the trolleybus and bus terminal Dorćol, Stari grad Municipality (Official Journal of the City of Belgrade no. 69/13).

Excerpt from the Detailed Regulation Plan for the Linear Park - Belgrade, City Municipalities of Stari grad and Palilula

 

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Excerpt from the Detailed Regulation Plan for the Linear Park - Belgrade, City Municipalities of Stari grad and Palilula, Graphic Enclosure 2 “Construction Plot Plan with Implementation Guidelines”

 

Construction Plot

The public-purpose construction plot under no. J4-1 in Unit 5 has been defined with analytical points in Graphic Enclosure 4 “Construction Plot Plan with Implementation Guidelines”.

J4-1 - to consist of parts of the following cadastral plots:

Part of Cadastral Plot 12/8 Cadastral Community Stari grad

Part of Cadastral Plot 49/1 Cadastral Community Stari grad

The approximate surface area of plot J4-1 amounts to 14.057m2.

The boundaries of Construction Plot J4-1 defined by this Plan cannot be changed and no further subdivision is possible.

Note: The exact surface area of the construction plot defined by the Plan will be determined in the Republic Geodetic Office during the formation of the plot.

Purpose of the Surfaces

An institution of higher education - a faculty with facilities, institutes and student institutions.

Within this higher education institution, it is also desirable to plan other compatible purposes: a scholarly research institution and the accompanying commercial, catering and entertainment contents serving for the basic purpose, as well as the development of undeveloped and green surfaces.

The maximum representation of compatible contents at the level of the higher education institution’s plot amounts to 30%.

The higher education institution’s capacity - around 700 students; the student institution’s capacity - ranging from 100 to 300 students/users, around 150-200 students if possible.

Purpose of the Surfaces - Planned Status

 

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Excerpt from the Detailed Regulation Plan for the Linear Park - Belgrade, City Municipalities of Stari grad and Palilula, Graphic Enclosure 3 “Planned Purpose of the Surfaces”

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Number of Structures

The construction of several structures is allowed on the plot. No construction of ancillary facilities, except for compatible contents facilities serving for the basic purpose and urban outdoor equipment for students is allowed on the higher education institution’s plot.

 

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Excerpt from the Detailed Regulation Plan for the Linear Park - Belgrade, City Municipalities of Stari grad and Palilula, Graphic Enclosure 4 “Regulation and Levelling Plan with Analytical and Geodetic Marking Elements”

 

Construction of new structures and the position of structures on the plot

The structures should be placed within the construction zone, which has been defined with a construction line.

It is not obligatory to place the structures or parts of the structures on the construction line, but in the area defined with the construction lines.

According to their position on the plot, the structures can be self-standing ones.

The construction line of the underground sections of the structure (garage) may coincide with the plot’s boundaries, up to 85% of the plot surface area. The higher education institution building is to be designed, organized and executed in accordance with the Regulations on these subjects, depending on the educational profile and programme of the competent institutions.

Higher education institution buildings should be designed on the basis of the Regulations on the Standards and the Procedure for the Accreditation of Higher Education Institutions and Study Programmes („Official Gazette of RS“, no. 06/2006, 112/2008, 70/2011, 101/2012 - I and II and 13/2014), Regulations on the Standards and the Procedure for the Accreditation of Study Programmes („Official Gazette of RS“, no. 13/2019, 1/2021).

The distance between the structures on the construction plot is minimum ½ of the higher structure’s height (a structure’s height is calculated up to the cornice level), regardless of the type of the opening, but no less than 5.0m. No construction is allowed at a distance shorter than the aforesaid.

Lot coverage

The maximum coverage of the construction plot is 70%.

 

Height of the structure

The maximum cornice level is 28m from the zero level.

Ground floor level

The ground floor level of the planned structures cannot be lower than the zero level.

The ground floor level of the planned structures can be by up to 1.2m higher than the zero level.

Conditions for Undeveloped and Green Surfaces

The minimum percentage of undeveloped and green surfaces is 30%.

To provide min. 15% green surfaces to be in direct contact with the earth on the plot;

the spatially functional organization and the method of development of the green surfaces should be in accordance with the primary purpose, the spatial distribution of the buildings, their height and aesthetic form, exposition, depth and type of the foundation for planting, the level of groundwater and the position of the present and planned underground installations;

the present high-quality vegetation should be preserved and adapted to the new landscape development;

for planting vegetation, one should use deciduous, evergreen and coniferous woody and bushy species, flowery species (perennial plants, roses), lawns, soil coverings, creeper plants, etc., provided that the following rules are obeyed:

one should use the autochthonous plant species that belong to the natural potential vegetation and which are adaptable to local environment conditions; invasive species and those that may cause allergies should be avoided;

it is possible to use the alien species for which it has been confirmed that they adapt well to the environmental conditions;

among all the types of vegetation, it is deciduous that species should prevail;

it is the plants produced in plant nurseries, of high woody vegetation, that should be used; 

by using vegetation and bioengineering measures one should resolve visual conflicts with the adjacent purposes and ensure protection against dust and noise; high vegetation should be positioned at a sufficient distance so as not to conceal the structure from light and sunshine;

within the undeveloped surfaces of the construction plot, one should envisage the plantation of trees to provide shade on at least 50% of the total surface of the open space for the particular area (through an orthogonal projection of tree tops);

it is necessary to provide a 1-2% surface slant for communication, which enables the drainage of surface waters towards the surrounding porous soil or rain sewage, for which it is necessary to provide drainage elements (earthen street gutters, canalettos, canals); it is necessary to ensure the collection of atmospheric waters from all the covered surfaces and their accumulation into tanks, with a view to watering the plot’s green surfaces and the Linear Park’s vegetation; the parking area should be covered with a semi-porous surfacing.

a tree avenue should be formed on the parking area by planting one tree for every 2-3 parking spaces (depending on the orientation of the parking space - lengthwise, diagonally or perpendicularly and also on the selection of tree species); it is obligatory to form extensive and intensive green surfaces on the roofs of surface and underground facilities and to decorate the façades with vegetation; green surfaces on the flat roofs of surface structures should be formed on 30cm of the earth substrate at the minimum and in the case of underground garage roofs, on 120cm of the earth substrate at the minimum (not to be included in the total percentage of green surfaces in direct contact with the soil);

Guidelines and Recommendations for the Arrangement of Undeveloped and Green Surfaces

The development of the Faculty’s plot should be observed in the context of its immediate surroundings and a proposal for the development of contact zones outside the Faculty’s plot should be provided on the basis of a survey. Any visual conflicts with the adjacent structures’ intended use should be addressed with vegetation and bioengineering measures, which are also to be used for protection against dust and noise. High greenery and plants should be situated at a sufficient distance so as not to conceal the structure from light and sunshine.

Traffic

Solution for parking

The parking issue should be resolved within the accompanying plot according to the following norm:  1 parking space for 3 employees

Besides the parking spaces required for the Faculty, another 100 parking spaces should be provided for public use (within the accompanying plot).

For compatible purposes, the parking issue should be resolved according to the valid norms from Belgrade’s General Regulation Plan.

Guidelines and Recommendations for Traffic Surfaces

Accesses to the structure, as well as all the other surfaces inside or outside the structure that are intended for pedestrian communication should be planned in such a way that all the user categories may access them in accordance with accessibility standards for unimpeded movement and for disabled persons, children and elderly persons. External or internal ramps should be placed to provide disabled persons with access to the ground level.  

For passenger vehicle movement, traffic lanes should be planned with the minimum width of 2.75 meters, whereas for freight/firefighting vehicle movement, such lanes should be at least 3.5 meters wide.

It is recommended that the routes envisaged for delivery vehicles and those for passenger vehicles should be separated from each other.

Car ramps should be designed behind the regulation line, with a certain allowed slant of the ramp:

12% of the open ramp for passenger vehicles,

15% of the closed/heated ramp for passenger vehicles,

9% for freight vehicles,

6% for firefighting vehicles (12% if the carriageway does not tend to freeze).

All the spaces for the accommodation of vehicles and the room for maneuvres when entering/exiting such spaces should be defined in relation to the parking angle and dimensioned according to the applicable standards.

 

Underground garages must meet the following development and construction criteria:

the structure must be placed within the construction zone, defined with construction lines

the maximum lot coverage of the underground level is 85%

the minimal light opening of the garage is 2.30m

the entrances to and exits from the garage should be planned in such a way as to evade as much as possible the conflict points of traffic movements and no less than 15m from the intersection

car ramps should be planned behind the regulation line, with ramp slanting 12% at most (for open ramps) or 15% at most (for closed ramps). Initial ramps ought to be planned with the minimum lane width of 3.0m. If round ramps are planned, appropriate dilatations in the curves should be designed.

The number of required entrances to or exits from the garage and the number of internal ramps should be determined according to the Regulations on Technical Requirements for the Protection of Garages for Passenger Cars against Fires and Explosions (Official Journal of SCG, no. 31/2005).

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Detailed Regulation Plan for the traffic arteries: Dunavska street, Tadeuška Košćuška street, Dubrovačka street, the trolleybus and bus terminal Dorćol, Stari grad Municipality (Official Journal of the City of Belgrade no. 69/13). Cross-section traffic profile of Dunavska street

 

Approximate road accesses

It is recommended that road access to the garage be positioned southeast and southwest of the location. Ancillary premises and economical accesses as well should be planned in that zone. Also, a protective greenery zone and tree avenues ought to be planned in those zones, considering the expansion of Dunavska street and the construction of the Public Transport Enterprise terminal along the zones.

 

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(Detailed Regulation Plan for the traffic arteries: Dunavska street, Tadeuška Košćuška street, Dubrovačka street, the trolleybus and bus terminal Dorćol, Stari grad Municipality (Official Journal of the City of Belgrade no. 69/13).

 

Architectural Design - excerpt from the Detailed Regulation Plan

In terms of design, structure and function, the planned building must bear the mark of its time and must be executed in such a way that it forms a harmonious unit with its surroundings.

Considering the spatial disposition of the planned structure and its envisaging in the design process, special attention should be dedicated to the execution of the façade - architectural articulation, materialization and the application of colours.

In the process of execution of the planned structures, it is necessary to apply the latest architectural solutions, which should comply with the structure’s function and immediate surroundings. The roof should be harmonized with the setting and the materials applied on the façades.

The higher education institution building should be designed, organized and executed according to the Regulations on the Standards and the Procedure for the Accreditation of Higher Education Institutions and Study Programmes („Official Gazette of RS“, no. 06/2006, 112/2008, 70/2011, 101/2012 - I and II and 13/2014), depending on the selected study programme.

In the construction process, one should endeavour to create a structure that is functional and large enough, but also economical and shaped in such a way that its proportions,  materials and the harmony of its architectural elements make the students feel comfortable and enable them to pursue their studies and scholarly and research work normally and in line with the latest achievements.

In the processes of planning and realization, one should use the new technical and technological solutions to the maximum, with a view to achieving energy efficiency in the construction process.

Conditions for Plot Partitioning

The plot may be partitioned with a wall up to 0.9m high or with a transparent fence up to 1.4m high. The plot may also be partitioned with a hedge that is planted in the axis of the plot’s boundary.

Conditions and Potentials of Execution in Stages

The structure may be executed in stages. All the execution stages must be defined in the project documentation. In each execution stage, the stipulated conditions for parking, vegetation planting and development must be provided.

 

General conditions for the construction of public purpose buildings - public services:

Through the quality of construction and architectural design, public buildings must represent models in space and create a recognizable and attractive urban setting in a housing development; apart from the physical structures, in the formation of spatial and functional units an equally important role is played by open spaces, squares and parks within public service complexes.

Special conditions which make public areas and buildings of general interest accessible to disabled persons in accordance with accessibility standards. In the elaboration and implementation of the plan, when it comes to the issue of traffic surfaces, accesses to facilities and other elements of space and structure development and construction, it is necessary to apply the provisions of the Law on the Prevention of Discrimination against Persons with Disabilities (“Official Gazette of RS” no. 33/06) and the provisions of the Regulations on Technical Standards for Planning, Designing and Construction of Facilities Ensuring Unimpeded Movement and Access for Disabled Persons, Children and Elderly Persons (“Official Gazette of RS“, no. 22/2015). In accordance with the accessibility standards, one should provide conditions for unimpeded movement and access for disabled persons, children and elderly persons in the following manner: In public facilities, persons with special needs should be provided access to the ground level through external or internal ramps, at least 90cm wide, and with a slant ranging from 1:20 (5%) to 1:12 (8%). On the pedestrian crossings near public service facilities slanted curbs should be placed in order to neutralize the difference in height between the pavement and the road. Sound signalization should be placed on the traffic lights.

Conditions for Accessibility of the Area

In further execution of the plan, when it comes to the issue of traffic surfaces, accesses to facilities and other elements of space and structure development and construction, it is necessary to apply the provisions of the Regulations on Technical Standards for Planning, Designing and Construction of Facilities Ensuring Unimpeded Movement and Access for Disabled Persons, Children and Elderly Persons (“Official Gazette of RS“, no. 22/2015).

 

Conditions for Waste Evacuation

For the purpose of evacuation of communal waste from the planned facilities, it is necessary to provide vessels-containers of 1,100 liters in volume and of the following dimensions: 1,37х1,20х1,45m, in the required quantity, which is determined according to the following norm:  1 container per 800m2 of the facility’s floor area.

The containers can be positioned on the concrete plateaus or in niches (boxes) within the boundaries of the construction plot or a complex with secured direct and unimpeded access for a communal vehicle and workers of the “Gradska čistoća” (City Cleaning) Public Communal Enterprise. 

 

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Excerpt from the Detailed Regulation Plan for the Linear Park - Belgrade, City Municipalities of Stari grad and Palilula

Graphic Enclosure 5 “Synchronized Plan

 

Minimal Degree of Equipment with Communal Infrastructure

The facility must be connected to the waterworks and sewerage network, the electrical and telecommunication network, the heat or gas transmission network or to another source of heating.

The present ducts of the electrical distribution network have been executed underground. The present traffic arteries have been equipped with public lighting installations. Light signalization has been built for traffic management. The location has been equipped with the heat transmission and the gas transmission networks.

All the present infrastructural corridors within Construction Plot J4 have been envisaged for removal.

Engineering and Geological Conditions

On the basis of the executed Study of Geological and Geotechnical Documentation for the Purposes of Elaboration of the Detailed Regulation Plan for the Linear Park - Belgrade by the Mining Institute company from Belgrade (2020), engineering and geological conditions have been defined. According to the engineering and geological characteristics, the area has been selected as conditionally favourable for urban planning. All the structures should be founded above the present field level as the high level of groundwater is an aggravating factor for the safe exploitation both of construction facilities and of civil engineering facilities.

 

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Excerpt from the Detailed Regulation Plan for the Linear Park - Belgrade, City Municipalities of Stari grad and Palilula, Graphic Enclosure 7 “Engineering and Geological Map of the Field”

 

Recommendations for the Building of Construction Facilities

The facility levels should be positioned in such a way that the lowest floor level should be above the maximum water level. Lower construction facilities can be founded on the cross-connected footing construction and foundation plates. High-rise buildings should be founded with piles. When planning a structure, one should consider the poor bearing capacity of the soil, which requires the application of meliorative solutions with a view to increasing the bearing capacity and the drainage of the foundation subsoil (subsoil replacement, etc.).

For each newly-planned facility, it is necessary to conduct detailed geological research in accordance with the Law on Mining and Geological Research („Official Gazette of RS“, no. 101/15 and 95/18).


Construction Energy Efficiency Measures

The Law on Planning and Construction („Official Gazette of RS“, no. 72/09, 81/09, 64/10, 24/11, 121/12, 42/13, 50/13, 98/13, 132/14, 145/14, 83/18, 31/19, 37/19 and 9/20) stipulates that all the newly-planned structures must meet the requirements related to the structures’ energy efficiency, i.e. provide the minimum conditions of comfort established by regulations, with the annual energy consumption not exceeding the allowed maximum values per m2. The confirmation of the fulfillment of these conditions is contained in the Certificate on the Building’s Energy Properties (Energy Passport), which is a constituent part of the technical documentation enclosed with the request for the issue of the use permit, according to the Regulations on the Conditions, Content and Method of the Issue of Certificates on the Energy Properties of Buildings („Official Gazette of RS“, no. 69/2012).

In the process of design and construction of facilities and in the development and maintenance of undeveloped areas, it is necessary to provide efficient use of energy and a possibility of using renewable energy sources through the following:

  • the building’s orientation and functional concept, in order that nature and natural resource, above all the solar energy, the wind energy and the energy of the surrounding greenery should be used;
  • the use of new technical and technological solutions;
  • the thermal zoning of the building, i.e. the grouping of the premises of similar functions and similar internal temperatures;
  • the selection of the form of the building to provide a relation between the surface and volume of the building’s shell and the climatic factors and the building’s purpose that is as strong as possible in terms of energy efficiency;
  • the selection of the building’s structure and shell which will enable the maximum use of passive and active solar systems;
  • the use of natural lighting and passive thermal energy gains in winter and the protection of overheating in summer through adequate shading;
  • the optimal size of the opening to reduce energy losses and to provide the commercial and production premises of the planned facilities with the sufficient quantity of light in line with the nedds/purpose;
  • protection of parts of the building that are exposed to strong solar radiation in summer, by means of greenery and other measures;
  • the planning of natural ventilation systems (ventilation channels, windows, doors, other construction openings) with a view to saving heat in winter and evading excessive heat in summer;
  • the use of renewable energy sources of the location - those of the sun, groundwaters, wind and others, by applying greenhouses, phonovoltage panels, solar collectors, thermal pumps, etc.
  • heating system design to enable both central and local regulation and the measuring of the heating energy consumed;
  • landscape architecture and the design of purpose-built structures in undeveloped and public areas for the purpose of contributed to protection from the excessive influence of solar radiation and the negative atmospheric influences (wind, precipitations);
  • the selection of street furniture and materials for the application of a finishing touch to the public surfaces in order that they reflect solar radiation (cold materials);
  • the use of elements in the exterior and the interior which secure lower temperatures in summer and protection against cold in winter (waters, fountains, water walls, blinds, transennas, structures enabling hot air circulation and air conditioning, etc.);
  • a proper selection of vegetation, with a view to mitigation of the negative effects of direct and indirect solar radiation on buildings and the negative effect of wind;
  • economical consumption of all the forms of energy, whether they are renewable or not; the use of lighting devices with energy efficiency, the use of building materials from the surroundings, the separation of recyclable waste for the purpose of further processing.

In the process of design, construction, development and maintenance of undeveloped public surfaces intended for public use, traffic arteries and green surfaces the following energy efficiency measures should be applied:

  • It is necessary to apply concepts which are economical, ecologically justified and energy efficient;
  • In the processes of planning and realization, one should use the new technical and technological solutions to the maximum, with a view to achieving as much energy efficiency as possible in the construction, development and maintenance process;
  • It is necessary to ensure that all the energy forms, whether renewable or unrenewable ones, should be consumed economically;
  • In the construction process, the construction materials from one’s immediate surroundings should be used;
  • Lighting devices with energy efficiency should be used;
  • The urban street furniture requiring the use of electric energy should be planned as a “self-sufficient” one in terms of energy, through the positioning of photovoltage panels of lower dimensions or some similar equipment that is to produce (from renewable sources) electric energy for the purposes of public lighting columns, advertisement boards, billboards, commercial boards, bus stops, wi-fi points, etc.

In the design, construction and exploitation of the buildings, one should abide by the Regulations on the Energy Efficiency of Buildings („Official Gazette of RS“, no. 61/2011).

It is recommended that, before the construction of buildings and if the research shows that the location has potentials for the use of geothermal waters for supplying the structures with thermal energy, the thermal energy sources be used to the maximum for thermal purposes.