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Tools & Techniques

Our spatial planning practice relies on various methods and approaches with specific tools and techniques at their disposal to analyse and interpret information and derive rational solutions. The tools and techniques are applied alone or in combination guided by the case specific criteria and requirements. Maintaining the discipline of the tools and techniques we keep our planning practice focused and streamlined.

While we employ extensive GIS analyses in all spatial decisions, we believe that all the planning tools do not have to be necessarily quantitative. Qualitative models are equally important and should be combined with quantitative methods, which enables an efficient systems approach in thinking about a problem and its possible solutions. The ultimate aim is to ensure a rational organization of territory, environment, economic and social objectives, which should be highly sustainable.