Posibility of realization of spatial-planning concept in the Czech Republic
Th ere is not realized concept of integrated spatial planning (spatial development policy) in the Czech Republic. Aims, instruments and measures integrated in this planning (policy) are divided into two policies. Th ese policies are regional policy and land-use (physical) planning. Possibility of integration of these policies is the main objective of the project ?Possibilities of realization of concept of spatial planning in the Czech Republic? which was supported by the Intern Grant Agency of the University of Economics in Prague. This project was realized by researchers Marek Jetmar (head of the team), Lucie Staroňová and Milan Damborský. Main goal of this project was to verify hypothesis ?In current institutional conditions in the Czech Republic, there is a strong potential for realization of spatial planning concept as a new method for coordination of spatial relations which are still being coordinated by divided instruments of regional policy and land-use (physical) planning?. The results of the study did not determine long-term (systems) barriers for realization of concept of spatial planning in the Czech Republic. As result of integration of regional policy and land-use (physical) planning a number of benefi ts are presumed e.g. reduction of possible confl ict of aims in the space between regional policy (aimed on socio-economical development) and land-use (physical) planning (aimed on technical and environmental issues). We can say that the hypothesis ?In current institutional conditions in the Czech republic there is existing strong potential for realization of spatial planning concept as a new method for coordination of spatial relations which are still being coordinated by divided instruments of regional policy and land-use (physical) planning? was not verifi ed. The most important obstacle in the short-term period is different legislative base of these policies ? very detailed and strict civil construct law (no. 183/2000) and relatively ?loose? regional support law (no. 248/2000). But the results indicate that in the long-term period there is existing a strong potential for usage of the spatial planning concept as a new method for coordination of spatial relations still coordinated by divided instruments of regional policy and (physical) planning. This concept is also supported in the regional policy of EU in which the coordination of regional relations becomes more and more signifi cant).
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Volume (Year): 2007 (2007)
Issue (Month): 1 ()
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