Centre for Urban Development Planning, Belgrade

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Centre for Urban Development Planning (Serbian: Centar za planiranje urbanog razvoja), also known as "CEP",[why?] is a Belgrade-based institution specialized in town planning, urban and architectural design.

It is active in the fields of regional planning, spatial planning, urban planning, research and studies, traffic studies and traffic planning, surveying (classical and satellite methods), physical planning, urban design, architectural design, architectural engineering, publishing, graphic design and exhibitions.

It is located in Zahumska, Belgrade, the capital of former Yugoslavia, and current-day Serbia.

CEP is joint-stock company with its website reporting 18% of its investment coming from private capital. It is expected to shift towards having all its capital coming from the private sector.

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