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Boštjan Cotič



Phone: +386 (0)1 420 13 21
E-mail: bostjan.cotic@uirs.si


Research themes


  • Urban regeneration
  • Brownfield regeneration
  • Spatial planning



CV


Boštjan Cotič is an architect and urban planner. He works at the Urban Planning Institute since 1998. From 2007-2009, he was a Head of environment and spatial planning department of the City of Kranj (3rd largest City in Slovenia). In UIRS, he is (was) a project manager of several EU funded projects (INTERREG and Horizon 2020). His professional interest is mainy focused on urban planning and brownfield regeneration processes. He was a president of Town and spatial planners association of Slovenia from 2012-2014 and delegate for Slovenia in ECTP.

Selected Achievements


  • COTIČ, Boštjan (Editor), MUŠIČ, Barbara (editor). Brownfield regeneration management : from education to practice : COBRAMAN. Ljubljana: Urban planning institute of the Republic of Slovenia, 2012]
  • MIHELIČ, Breda (author, editor), HUMAR, Marjeta (author, editor), NIKŠIČ, Matej (author, editor), COTIČ, Boštjan (author, editor), STANIČ, Ivan, PORENTA, Alenka (editor), SLABE, Vesna (editor) et al.: Urban planning terminology dictionary, 2015 (Terminologišče collection)
  • National Report on Urban Development – HABITAT III. Ljubljana: Ministry of Environment and Spatial Planning, 2016. 88 str., ilustr. ISBN 978-961-6392-73-0, co-author

 

OUR ADDRESS

Urban Planning institute of the Republic of Slovenia
Trnovski pristan 2
1000 Ljubljana
Slovenia
  + 386 (0)1 420 13 10
  info@uirs.si
  @UrbanInstitut

 

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