The CITY IS A CHANGING ORGANISM and the urban planning of recent times has basically had a defensive attitude to any evolution. Preventing, limiting, avoiding and prohibiting have been the main attitudes of urban planning so far. The NEW PLANNING will have to change its attitude, in addition to PROPOSING AND ENABLING those new demands resulting from the dynamism of modern society, characterized by:
- Be aware of the uncertainty framework of urban problems, as well as trends, priorities and ways of addressing these problems.
- Interpret reality and historical experiences, considering that experience as a guarantee of progress.
- Be concerned about having a creative theoretical impulse and a willingness to plan.
- Reflect the principle of solidarity as a purpose to achieve a social, economic and territorial balance, above individual or sudden interests.
- Express itself in a clear and easy-to-interpret manner
- Its potential to be implemented and, consequently, prepared for management in the various foreseeable circumstances.
- Be prepared to be developed and executed with agility and designed to implement key strategic actions in order to achieve the agreed targets.