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Small and medium-sized towns

Small and medium-sized towns must not be considered as small scale metropolises that face the same problems and responsibilities just with smaller budgets. Instead, they represent a specific category of cities, with their own set of principles. Thus focusing on small and medium-sized towns requires approaches fitting these principles. In exploring the nature of small and medium-size towns, the SRP researches the strengths and weaknesses of this type of cities. Research has focused on the quality of life of residents, urban form and architecture, regional connectivity, and town planning strategies.