ISSN 2344 – 1283, ISSN CD-ROM 2344 – 1291, ISSN ONLINE 2344 – 1305, ISSN-L 2344 – 1283


Published in Scientific Papers. Series "Journal of Young Scientist", Vol. 7
Written by Raluca Ioana MIHAI, Adina Maria VAIDEŞ

This paper aims at discussing about the evolution, throughout the years of private areas in the North side of Herăstrău Park in order to highlight the changes brought by urbanization and housing in this area. This paper will focus on the quantitative aspect of the problems derived from these aspects .The World Health Organization recommended 50 m2 of green space per capita, whereas the Government Emergency Ordinance no.114/2007 implies that the local authorities have the obligation to ensure at least 26 m2/capita. This numbers are not achieved in Bucharest due to different factors, one of them being the conversion of public spaces from parks into private spaces (Tudora, 2018, p.120). One of such affected parks is Herăstrău, the largest park of Bucharest, listed in The National List of Cultural Heritage (code 47 B-I-s-B-17874). Even though the park is officially acknowledged as heritage, the park has suffered a decline of its surface due to the extension of private buildings and built areas. These are due to numerous causes that go from unfollowed regulations to misinterpretations of the law and more (Mexi, 2018, p.3).

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