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AT10_AT21_Carinthian shopping center program_1993

Name of the country Austria (Carinthia)
Sector Basic goods
Name of the document (original) Kärntner Einkaufszentrenverordnung
Name of the document (English) Carinthian shopping center program
Administrative level State
Type of the document Legislation
Year of adoption 1993
Comments This is the legal basis in the field of the development of business areas. In the field of maintaining the SGI it is relevant but has no high priority.
Sector Basic goods
Territorial unit (NUTS/LAU) AT21
Authority State Carinthian
Availability in English No
Legally binding Legally binding
SGI coverage SGEI
Integration as a concept No
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Description definition of rules
Major objectives spaces for shopping centers
Short Summary Order of the provincial government dated February 9, 1993 passing a development program for supply infrastructure (development program supply infrastructure)

Different maximum values for the permissible economically connected sales areas of shopping centres were introduced in Carinthia with the development program supply infrastructure 1993. In this framework, districts and municipal areas were determined as so-called main, mid-, and sub-centres, and were assigned total permissible maximums of economically connected sales areas for shipping centres.

The municipalities Klagenfurt and Villach were classified as main centres, mid-centres are the district capitols Wolfsbergs, Spittal an der Drau, St. Veit an der Glan, Völkermarkt, Hermagor-Pressgger and Feldkirchen in Carinthia. Twenty-four further municipal and district areas were defined as sub-centres.
Since 2002, the option of defining town and city centres facilitates the construction of shopping centres close to the centre.
Centralised/decentralised Centralised
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Public services
Concession
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