Adoption of a new master plans of cities at the second half of XIXth century (by the example of Tomsk region)Author(s): A.V. Skovorodnikov, candidate of Sciences, no, Altay State University,, Barnaul, Russia, firstname.lastname@example.org
D.S. Degtyarev, candidate of Sciences, no, -, Barnaul, Russia, email@example.com
Issue: Volume 47, № 1
Rubric: Topical issues of russian history
Annotation: An efficiency of legal mechanisms for regulation of city development decreases during the periods of quick social transformation. It‘s true for general planning too as the main tool for state regulation of such processes for a long time. A rising of contradiction between general planning and real development are illustrated at the example of some Siberian cities at the 2nd half of XIX century. Tomsk region was the most progressive part in Siberia that time, because of it was choose as an example. The quick development of market economy determined critical discrepancy between legal rules and social, economic and cultural progress in cities. It became the most important reason of inefficiency of legal instruments. As a result big Siberian cities such as Tomsk or Barnaul hadn‘t got adequate general plans. New documents staled earlier than established as an official rule. The same problems had Siberian towns. So some new towns such as Novo-Nikolaevsk received their plans concurrently with appearance. It was according to it development, sometimes stimulated it.
Keywords: legal regulation of building, Siberia, Siberian cities, general planning.
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Reference to article: Skovorodnikov A.V., Degtyarev D.S. 2020. Adoption of a new master plans of cities at the second half of XIXth century (by the example of Tomsk region). Via in tempore. History and political science, 47(1): 113–119 (in Russian). DOI