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AT02_AT33_Tyrolean Spatial Planning Law_2011

Name of the country Austria (Tirol)
Sector General
Name of the document (original) Tiroler Raumordnungsgesetz TROG 2011
Name of the document (English) Tyrolean Spatial Planning Law
Administrative level State
Type of the document Legislation
Year of adoption 2011
Foreseen duration Unlimited
Comments Bearbeitung Riedl / Berktold
Sector Spatial Planning
Territorial unit (NUTS/LAU) AT33
Authority Regional Parliament of the Tyrol
Availability in English No
Legally binding Non binding
SGI coverage SGI
Integration as a concept Yes
Integration elements
Actors
Policies
Adm. levels
Fin. sources
Others
Description Actors: Regional Government, Planning Associations, Municipalities, Regional and Local Chambers, Policies: Spatial Planning, Administrative levels: State, Municipalities, Financial sources: State, Municipalities
Major objectives Objectives of the regional spatial planning are especially the following
Short Summary "Spatial planning is the systematic and proactive overall design of a given area in relation to its building development on the one hand and for the preservation of largely undeveloped areas on the other hand." This definition together with the finding of the Constitutional Court concerning the determination of competences, makes the spatial planning in Austria a cross-sectional matter, whereby individual specialist competences (mining, railways, forestry, road traffic law, water rights) are reserved for the Federal Government, the general spatial planning falls within the exclusive competence of the provinces (subsidiary general competence). The provincial governments (regional spatial planning) and the municipalities (local spatial planning) are responsible for the implementation of the general land use planning.
Centralised/decentralised Centarlised/decentralised
Governance model
Public services
Concession
Public-private partnership
Co-operative
Others
Comments
Measures The instruments of spatial planning serve to keep clear, secure or dedicate areas for the purposes stated. The financing, construction and operation of facilities belonging to public infrastructure do not fall within the competence of spatial planning.
Type of finance
EU
Federal/national
State/cantonal/provincial
Regional
Local
No sources available.
Sources of finance
Private
Public
Stakeholders' list
Federal/national
State/provincial/departmental Office of Regional Government of the Tyrol, Department Spatial planning
Regional
Inter-communal 34 Spatial Planning Associations
Local 279 Municipalities
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