The key instrument of a meaningful development of communities is their local plan. This instrument is nevertheless not always used purposefully. It is modified pursuant to various objectives and it lacks delimitation of the areas for further development of the communities. The municipalities do not own land enabling their future development. In many cases, they are even not the owners of roads and other important plots within the village. This measure will be considerably influenced by the final version of the new Building Act.
The communities use the land-use planning for the sustainable development of settlements. Doing so, they respect the principles of the nature conservation, preservation of the rustic image of villages, they keep the nature and landscape valuable territories non-urbanized as an instrument supporting tourism and they preserve the territories important for anti-flood protection. The local planning is provided with participation of public.
|Aktivita 1.8.1 ||Support of quality documentation for planning decisions (building studies, etc.).|
|Aktivita 1.8.2 ||Support of the public involvement into the planning of land usage.|
|Aktivita 1.8.3 ||Support of project documentation contributing to the sustainable growth of communities (e.g. landscaping elements, public areas, bio-corridors, by-pass roads, etc.).|
|Aktivita 1.8.4 ||Support of geodesic and digital surveying of municipal communication sites, etc.|
|Aktivita 1.8.5 ||Support of preparation for the construction of residential buildings.|