"The consecutivenes of phases are shaped Thematically (branches 20-39) and Geografically, by distinguished and self-sufficient forms. 1. Thematically the phases are shaped by the successive development of the number of installations and the number of employees of the 6 main components of industry, in a circular form procedure. PHASE 1 : Creation of new establishments and increase of the number of employees of the "Permanent Goods" industries. PHASE 2: Increase of the number of employees of the "Personal and Residential goods" industries, and simultaneous creation of new establishments of "Shell construction" industries. PHASE 3: Creation of new establishments and increase of the number of employees of the "Machinery" industries. PHASE 4: Increase of the number of employees of the "Shell construction" industries, and simultaneous creation of new establishments of the "Personal and Residential goods" industries. PHASE 5: Creation of new establishments and increase of the number of employees of the "precision objects" industries PHASE 6: Creation of new establishments and increase of the number of employees of "Primary treatment of Wood and Textile" industries. These components are expressing the successive reasoning which is formed by the need of survival and development of a mankind and manfilled city. 2. Geografically, this development is realized on two axes: - The one of successive concentric circles which constitutes the basic frame of the development which is determined in 2.4 km (defined by the technological means available of each era). - The other on the main axes of communication between the city and its surrounding vital area. These axes are coopetating with each other and they influence the thematical-geographical relation. This relation influences the thematic specialisation of the areas, via their relative positions in the totally available area."