The concept of territory development is based on the principles of “New Urbanism”: pedestrian accessibility, connectivity, mixed use, diverse buildings, quality of architecture and urban planning, traditional neighborhood structure, more High density, green transport, sustainable development and a new quality of life.
Towns and districts built in accordance with the principles of the new urbanism are small, compact, here all the necessary services (shops, household services, etc.) are located at a pedestrian distance from the housing. The new urbanism prefers biking and walking, rather than a car. “The new urbanism is a democratic movement. We involve women, children, old people, provincials in the city life – everyone, to whom the modern city is unfriendly. The city must be accessible to all. We return the city to its inhabitants “- Stefanos Polizoides, one of the founders of the New Urbanism.