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Spatial planning integration in Europe

Citace: [] MILDORF, T., JANEČKA, K. Spatial planning integration in Europe. 2010. ISSN:1801-6480
Druh: Zaniklé typy
Jazyk publikace: eng
Anglický název: Spatial planning integration in Europe
Rok vydání: 2010
Autoři: Ing. Tomáš Mildorf , Ing. Karel Janečka Ph.D.
Abstrakt EN: The heterogeneity in spatial planning limits its use in decision-making in a transboundary context, including impact assessment and evaluation of plans. The situation is complicated by the diversity and overall complexity of spatial planning. Spatial planning is a holistic activity. All the tasks and processes must be solved comprehensively with input from many various sources. Several authorities are in charge of single spatially relevant topics (e.g. water management, transport, cadastre, geology, etc.). To combine these sources, to perform an analysis and to ensure valuable results are big challenges in spatial planning, especially when talking about digital data. We cannot achieve any high-quality results without taking all the inputs into account. It is necessary to make the inputs interoperable and therefore comparable. This will allow the user to search the data and services, view them, download them and use them with the help of IT technologies. Even if the INSPIRE Directive does not directly refer to spatial planning, it addresses the issues regarding the availability, quality, organization, accessibility and sharing of spatial information as common constituents to a large number of policy and information themes and experience across the various levels of public authorities.
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