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Innovative Digitalisation of Integrated Architecture
The capacity for digital visibility of construction plans for compliance with and monitoring construction so to protect the environment is a condition for high quality people-environment relations. A digital programme is an effective means to prevent unplanned construction with no sustainable architecture-context relationship and for the creation of a space suitable all citizens. The mandatory establishment of a public digital register of planned development could effectively assist the prevention of further irreparable devastation of landscape with the attendant loss of character. Transparent digital data would be provided by support staff of the natural and heritage conservation department with collaboration of competent county and city departments. The research problem addresses the possible digital establishment of sustainable development, particularly in areas of cultural heritage. The research plan draws on qualitative methodology, discourse analysis, observation methods, in-depth interviews with building permit seekers. The results are expected to indicate the lack of criteria for planned development. From this theme of digital corrections to local construction planning, an important corrective role for digital possibilities of sustainability can be derived, particularly close to cultural monuments or the maritime domain, establishing a green belt and making the coastal zone accessible to all.