The School Development Planning Support service was established in 1999 by the Department of Education and Science to stimulate and strengthen a culture of collaborative development planning in schools, with a view to promoting school improvement and effectiveness. Over the following nine years, SDPS  provided a wide range of supports for schools, including school-based services from the SDPS Team, cluster workshops, regional seminars, training courses, and guideline materials in print and on the Web. In 2010, in a major programme of rationalisation, many support services, including SDPS, were discontinued and a new multi-disciplinary Professional Development Service for Teachers was established. The School of Planning and Urban Development is jointly organized by EC Ma Ndryshe and Kosovo Foundation for Open Society. Through a four year program of Local Cultural Heritage Plans, CHwB Kosovo office has adopted a new approach for the protection and promotion of cultural and natural heritage.
The other is Development Management, who deal with the day-to-day processes and decisions about individual applications to ensure that all development fits into the strategic plan.

SDPS also worked with and through other education agencies in helping school communities to address their planning needs. With effect from 1 September 2010, support for school development planning is part of the remit of the PDST.
During this module were held sessions from Eliza Hoxha and Luan Nushi regarding the inclusion of cultural heritage in the spatial planning in Kosovo. The main purpose of lectures in three modules, as part of this school is to raise the level of knowledge among the participants on the European issues and practices related to urban planning and development, so that they can use the knowledge gained in their working environment and transmit it further.
These plans have identified cultural and natural heritage assets to be used for economic and social development of the partner municipalities of Dragash, Gjakova, Gjilan, Kacanik, Partes, Rahovec and Vushtrri. Sali Shoshi (director) and Enes Toska (program manager) from the CHwB office, shared their experiences regarding the treatment of cultural heritage during 14 year experience in this field in Kosovo.

For more information, find attached the informing material (in Albanian language) of this school. The process of developing these plans included wide range of local stakeholders engaged in various meetings, participatory workshops, study visits and public consultations. Special focus was given to the Program of Local Cultural Heritage Plans in 7 municipalities in Kosovo.
Besides drafting the plans, this program has created a new standard where a lot of priorities identified in these plans have been implemented in the field.

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