Excerpt from the current planning documentation
Amendment of the Detailed Regulation Plan for Spatial Unit Kosančićev venac for the block part between the following streets: Karađorđeva street, Velike stepenice and Kosančićev venac, in the City Municipality of Stari grad (“Official Journal of the City of Belgrade”, no. 76/21)
General regulation plan of the construction area of the local self-government unit seat – City of Belgrade (units I-XIX) (“Official Journal of the City of Belgrade”, no. 20/16, 97/16, 69/17 and 97/17)
General regulation plan of the green area system of the City of Belgrade (“Official Journal of the City of Belgrade”, no. 110/2019)
Excerpt from Amendment of the Detailed Regulation Plan for Spatial Unit Kosančićev venac for the block part between the following streets: Karađorđeva street, Velike stepenice and Kosančićev venac, in the City Municipality of Stari grad (“Official Journal of the City of Belgrade”, no. 76/21), graphic enclosure 01 “Current purpose of the surfaces”
Arrangement and construction rules for public purpose areas
Areas for facilities and complexes of public services - an institution of higher education - the Faculty of Applied Arts (J4-2)
Construction plot and conditions for forming of construction plot
Construction plot J4-2 of approximate area of 2482m² is defined by the Plan.
Construction Plot: Ј4-2
Cadastaral parcel C.M. Stari grad: parts cm 1950/1
Borderline of the above-mentioned construction plot defined by the Plan is not allowed to change.
Excerpt from Amendment of the Detailed Regulation Plan for Spatial Unit Kosančićev venac for the block part between the following streets: Karađorđeva street, Velike stepenice and Kosančićev venac, in the City Municipality of Stari grad (“Official Journal of the City of Belgrade”, no. 76/21), graphic enclosure 02 “Construction Plot Plan with Implementation Guidelines”
Basic Purpose of Surfaces and Compatible Purposes
Basic purpose: higher education institution - the Faculty of Applied Arts.
Allowed compatible purposes are commercial contents appropriate to basic purpose of the area, that do not endanger environment nor violate basic characteristics of the planned purpose.
Planned proportion of basic and compatible purpose is applied at level of construction plot J4-2 in proportion higher education: commercial contents - is 90% at minimum: 10% at maximum.
Introduction of other compatible purposes is not allowed.
Excerpt from Amendment of the Detailed Regulation Plan for Spatial Unit Kosančićev venac for the block part between the following streets: Karađorđeva street, Velike stepenice and Kosančićev venac, in the City Municipality of Stari grad (“Official Journal of the City of Belgrade”, no. 76/21), graphic enclosure 03 “Planned purpose of the surfaces”
Number of Structures
Construction of one structure or multiple jagged base structures is planned on the construction plot.
Distribution of the Faculty of Applied Arts contents and compatible contents is allowed in multiple interconnected facilities that make one unique architectural functional complex.
Construction of auxiliary structures on the construction plot is not allowed.
Construction of New Structures and the Position of Structures on the Plot
Structures must be placed within the construction zones defined with construction lines as displayed in graphic enclosure no. 3 – “Regulation and Levelling Plan with Analytical and Geodetic Marking Elements” P 1:500. (competition documentation – competition enclosures – 01 textual and graphic part of the Amendment of the DRP)
Construction line towards Karađorđeva street is obligatory and it matches the regulation line.
Construction line towards the pedestrian promenade ZP3 and city gallery J9-2 is obligatory and it matches the regulation line.
The use of semi-basement level for its basic purpose is allowed; semi-basement level is not calculated as gross floor area.
Excerpt from Amendment of the Detailed Regulation Plan for Spatial Unit Kosančićev venac for the block part between the following streets: Karađorđeva street, Velike stepenice and Kosančićev venac, in the City Municipality of Stari grad (“Official Journal of the City of Belgrade”, no. 76/21), Graphic Enclosure 04 “Construction Plot Plan with Implementation Guidelines”
The maximum coverage of the construction plot is 75%.
The maximum underground floors coverage of the construction plot is 90%.
Height of the structure
Observed from the zero level of the terrain - Karađorđeva street pavement:
- maximum cornice height is from 11 m to 14 m
- maximum ridge height is from 15 m to 18 m.
Maximum cornice height od 11 m and maximum ridge height od 15 m is planned for facilities and/or parts of facilities with alignment towards Karađorđeva street.
Maximum cornice height od 14 m and maximum ridge height od 18m is planned for facilities and/or parts of facilities towards construction plots J9-2 and ZP3.
Ground floor level
Ground floor level is 1.6 m higher than the highest level of the access road (Karađorđeva street) at maximum.
Access to all facilities must be adapted to persons with reduced mobility.
Conditions for undeveloped and green surfaces
At construction plot minimum of 25% of undeveloped and green areas should be planned, of which 10% of greenery in direct contact with the soil (without underground facilities and/or parts of underground facilities).
Green ares should be formed by means of planting trees (linden, Tilia sp.), shrubs, perennial shrubbery, seasonal flowers et. as well as laying or sowing lawns.
Present trees should be assessed in prior professional valorization and adapted to the planned solution as much as possible. In undeveloped areas curtains of good quality and representative materials should be placed, as well as basic street furniture (benches, lighting etc.) if necessary.
On the planned structure, form green roof terraces with impermeable insulation layers on which a soil substrate of at least 60 cm depth will be placed; provide controlled drainage of excess water with pipes of smaller profiles, narrower and shallower gutters and channels, as needed; for landscaping apply decorative and floral forms of shrubs, perennial shrubbery, vines, etc.; select species with shallow root system, resistant to adverse environmental conditions and polluted air; it is allowed to plant lower forms of trees (up to 3-4 meters in height), with a shallower root system, on a substrate with a minimum depth of 1.2 meters; trees can also be planted in larger, fixed or mobile greenery pots, with a minimum substrate depth of 1.0 meter placed on a flat roof; in the area of roof terraces, to form curtains of quality and decorative materials, and it is possible to plan smaller water surfaces (fountains, fountains, etc.) in accordance with technical possibilities and limitations.
Mainly autochtonous planting material that is resistant to negative environmental conditions, polluted air, combustion by-products and various microclimatic conditions should be chosen; plant species recognized as invasive or allergenic should be avoided.
Solution for Parking
Road access to construction plot J4-2 should be provided from the construction plot of road and pedestrian track
(SA-1). Buffer area on the appurtenant plot should be provided, so that the vehicle awaiting access should not impede the traffic flow on Karađorđeva street.
The parking issue on the plot should be resolved by constructing a multi-level underground garage, according to a following norm:
1 parking space for 3 employees; 40% of necessary parking spaces on the appurtenant plot.
Minimum of 5% of total parking spaces should be reserved for disabled persons.
Parking spaces for bicycles and electric vehicles with EV charging stations should be provided.
Architectural expression of the planned structure must be contemporary, appropriate to the ambient and structure purpose.
Contents and area organization should be designed according to needs and programme scope of specific purpose of the structure. When designing the facility of Faculty of Applied Arts, it is mandatory to apply: contemporary architectural shaping and construction technique principles, attractive elements, new structural systems and good quality and contemporary facade materials, as well as urban design elements, in accordance with significance, purpose and character of the structure, and the time when the structure is created.
Quality of construction and architectural shape of the structure should represent the landmark in the area and create recognizable and attractive urban ambient. The structure should be harmonized with the character of the ambient, terrain configuration and values of architectural and urban legacy in terms of dimensions, disposition, type of construction, shaping and materialization.
On the vertical projection of the construction plot part of the underground corridor is located, one of the largest and most representative on the slope. Revitalization and activation of existing underground corridors should be planned, which would expand and complete architectural and functional determinants of this unit, and gain more attractiveness. Careful design and harmonization of elements that form volumetric of the object should strive to settle into existing surroundings.
Considering the spatial disposition of the structure and its envisaging from the side of the river and part in formation of the image of the city, when shaping, special attention should be dedicated to the execution of the façade - architectural articulation, materialization and the application of colours.
When designing, special attention to the contact of the structure with the pedestrian promenade ZP3 should be paid.
Conditions for Plot Partitioning
Plot partitioning is not allowed.
Minimal Degree of Equipment with Communal Infrastructure
The structure must be connected to the waterworks and sewerage network, the electrical energy and telecommunication network, the heat distribution network or to another source of energy.
Excerpt from Amendment of the Detailed Regulation Plan for Spatial Unit Kosančićev venac for the block part between the following streets: Karađorđeva street, Velike stepenice and Kosančićev venac, in the City Municipality of Stari grad (“Official Journal of the City of Belgrade”, no. 76/21), Graphic Enclosure 05 “Synchronized Plan”
Engineering and Geological Conditions
According to engineering and geological regionalization, the subject area belongs to districts Ia and Ib. Detailed geological research in accordance with the Law on Mining and Geological Research (“Official Gazette of RS”, no. 101/15, 95/18 and 40/21) should be conducted for the planned facility.
Excerpt from Amendment of the Detailed Regulation Plan for Spatial Unit Kosančićev venac for the block part between the following streets: Karađorđeva street, Velike stepenice and Kosančićev venac, in the City Municipality of Stari grad (“Official Journal of the City of Belgrade”, no. 76/21), Graphic Enclosure 06 “Engineering and Geological Map of the Field”
Depending on the facility statics and constructional characteristics, foundation could be executed in two ways - shallow or deep foundation. For structures with low specified load shallow variant foundation variant is recommended. In that case foundation of the facility is possible with prior change of subsoil with material with suitable physical mechanical properties by backfillng and building a buffer layer. When constructing a structure with specified load higher than usual, deep founding is necessary, using piles that should be supported in limestone or marl. Way of foundation may be chosen only after detailed engineering and geological research and geostatic analysis for each structure separately.
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. 101/2015, 95/2018 - other law and 40/2021).
In the design phase, the conditions to be adhered to by future investors and contractors should be specified in order to preserve the stability of the facilities and the location as a whole. It is also necessary to design a project for protection of the slope and neighboring facilities.
Integrated road and pedestrian track (construction plot CA-1)
Integrated road and pedestrian track is planned for access to construction plots J9-1 and J4-2, so road access to the structure of Đumrukana form the plot Velike stepenice would be avoided.
Construction plot of integrated road and pedestrian track (SA-1),of approximate surface of 167.1 m2 is defined by the plan.
Planned access is in the level with Karađorđeva street, but it is possible to determine different levelling in order to access underground levels of these plots, but only if 5 m from the pavement is in the level with pavement, at minimum.
For pedestrians safety, it is necessary to provide the access with appropriate signalization and a ramp.
Carriageway structure size should be planned according to expected traffic load, traffic structure and geomechanical properties of soil.
Width of integrated road and pedestrian track is 6.0 meters.
Male stepenice/ Little stairs, inclined elevator (construction plot SP7-2)
Within the construction plot SP7-2, of approximate surface of 476,9 m2, the following is planned:
- a staircase and a vertical rail vehicle (an inclined elevator), connecting Karađorđeva street on the elevation 77 mnv and plateau in front of the City Gallery on the elevation 91 mnv,
- pedestrian access to underground levels of the City Gallery facility,
- infrastructural connection between the City Gallery facility and Karađorđeva street (if there technical possibilities exist in Public Communal Cleaning Enterprise Conditions.
- electrical substation TS 10/0.4 Kv,
- access to the underground corridor.
Planned construction plot SP7-2 should be treated as a public area that needs to be adequately arrange arranged on the ground floor, greened and provided with communal equipment and its static stability should be secured.
Male stepenice and inclined elevator must be in public service. Construction of the stairway should be dimensioned in accordance with the planned pedestrian live load and geomechanical properties of soil.
Pedestrian communication of Male stepenice should be lightened with functional and decorative public lighting. Design solution must provide uninterrupted view from elevation 91 mnv to elevation 77 (Karađorđeva street).
Greening of areas around Male stepenice and inclined elevator should be planned. Prior analysis and assessment of existing vegetation is needed. It is necessary to pay attention that the planned vegetation do not obstructs or obscures the view from the higher elevations of Male stepenice in the direction of the Sava bank, the Sava River, as well as in the direction of Novi Beograd.
Inclined elevator should be panned with following elements: the width of the inclined elevator belt is up to 3 meters; the type of inclined elevator is "without a change of inclination", with two stations (initial and final), for external use.
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, 37/19, 9/20 and 52/21) 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 and 44/18 - other law).
In the process of construction of residential buildings and public 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:
- orientation and functional concept of the structure, 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 buildings, i.e. the grouping of the premises of similar functions and similar internal temperatures,
- the selection of the form of buildings to provide a relation between the surface and volume of the shell of the building and the climatic factors and the purpose of buildings that is as strong as possible in terms of energy efficiency,
- the use of natural lighting and passive thermal energy gains in winter and the protection of overheating in summer through adequate shading,
- optimal size of openings in order to reduce energy losses and to provide premises sufficient quantity of light, according to premises purpose,
- protection of parts of structures that are exposed to strong solar radiation in summer, by means of greenery and other measures,
- construction of the fifth facade of structures, as well as green roofs, whenever it is possible,
- 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, thermal pumps, etc.
- central heating system design to enable both central and local regulation and the measuring of the heating energy consumed,
- planning of street furniture that contributes 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 undeveloped 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 (fountains, green walls, green roofs, water walls, blinds, transennas, structures enabling hot air circulation and air conditioning, etc.),
- the use of geothermal water resources for air heating and technical water function in structures and exterior,
- a proper selection and positioning 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 design, construction and exploitation of the buildings in Kosančićev venac zone, 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.
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. 22/15).
Conditions for Waste Evacuation
Containers of 1.1 m3 volume are placed along Karađorđeva street, on the pavement in front of buildings. That technology should be applied for needs of Đumrukana reconstruction and construction of planned Faculty of Applied Arts. Necessary number of trash containers should be calculated applying the normative: 1 container per 800m2 of the used surface of each structure separately, and then, their location should be determined within the accompanying plot or in dumpster areas or specific rooms for that purpose within the structures.
Direct and unimpeded access for a communal vehicle and workers of the “Gradska čistoća” (City Cleaning) Public Communal Enterprise to location of containers should be provided, whereby the maximum allowed manual pushing from the place for their installation to the utility vehicle of 15 m must be taken into consideration, it is done on a flat surface, without steps and parked vehicles that may interfere with discharge.
Dumpster areas within the structure are constructed as separate, closed rooms, without windows, with electrical lighting, faucet with tap and plumber’s union an sink connected to the sewerage network, for easier hygiene maintenance of the room.
For placement of containers on undeveloped areas in the vicinity of the structure they belong to, niches surrounded with greenery or special boxes harmonized with surroundings according to investor / designer idea and solution my be constructed.
For each planned facility individually investor is obligated to, in accordance with legal requirement, address “Gradska čistoća” (City Cleaning) Public Communal Enterprise in order to get more close terms and conditions, and to apply them in construction and to obtain exploitation permit so the same would be covered with operating system of waste collection.
/ documentation basis for the development of the Detailed Regulation Plan is given in the Enclosures - Conditions and opinion of Public Communal Enterprise and other participants in the development of the Plan /
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