URBAN RENEWAL SPATIAL GUIDELINES:
FOR BUILDINGS UP TO 10 FLOORS
IN SATURATED CONSTRUCTION

BEER SHEVA

The catalog presents information accessible to create planning certainty in defining guidelines for the audience of planners, architects, engineers and licensing institutions. The spatial guidelines appear in chapters according to the components of the building and its surroundings. Systems that serve the building and its occupants, and how it connects to public systems.

In a city like Be'er Sheva, it is of great importance to strengthen urbanity, density, walking, and to strengthen public space, while creating defined and bustling streets.
These principles are guidelines in the planning thinking of this booklet.

These guidelines seek to tighten the connection between the private space and the public space in the city, defining the beneficial relationship between them while establishing uniform principles for planning in the city.
The guidelines are based on required planning principles, recognizing and adapting to the existing built reality in the city. The desire to create an optimal match between the future architecture and the existing local architecture and its adaptation to the social, environmental and climatic fabric that prevails in the city.

The guidelines set a uniform but varied design line for designing and planning the appearance of streets and city buildings. One of the overarching goals of the document is to make public space accessible for the use of city residents while encouraging walking in planning to create an inviting public urban space for the well-being of city residents.
These guidelines do not have the power to replace the role of the architect in the design of the building, but to produce planning and guiding tools.

This chapter combines the spatial guidelines for up to 10-story residential buildings in the city of Beer Sheva.

These spatial guidelines shall not derogate from and / or prejudice the applicable provisions of the law and the provisions specified in approved city building plans, permit information and building permits.

* Spatial guidelines form part of the guidelines and requirements of the information portfolio, and will be provided as part of the guidelines and requirements of the information portfolio.
* To the extent that there is a discrepancy between these guidelines and municipal policy documents, which define design and construction guidelines for permits, or previous spatial guidelines, these spatial guidelines increase.
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