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France / Regional development / Spatial Planning and Sustainable Development Act of June 25th 1999

FR08_FR0_Spatial Planning and Sustainable Development Act of June 25th_1999

Name of the country France
Sector Regional development
Name of the document (original) LOI no 99-533 du 25 juin 1999 d'orientation pour l'aménagement et le développement durable du territoire
Name of the document (English) Spatial Planning and Sustainable Development Act of June 25th 1999
Administrative level National
Type of the document Legislation
Year of adoption 1999
Foreseen duration Unlimited
Territorial unit (NUTS/LAU) FR0
Authority State
Availability in English No
Legally binding Legally binding
SGI coverage SGI
Integration as a concept Yes
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Description State aims to strengthen sgi coverage within territory. Therefore, a 3 years plan is settled to organise sgi with a financial support from state to local authorities
Major objectives [1/3]
3. SGI delivery
Short Summary This law aims to develop participatory democraty and sustainable development.
It creates development councils which are free organised within the territories. It supplements the exisitng laws about decentralisation, urban planning, and environmental law by supplementing or specifiying french law.


1. national tools :
- National council for spatial planning and sustainableand development
- Plans for sgi
- plan for sgi og rural and natural areas

2. Regional and local tools:
- regional plans for spatial planning and sustainable development
- Settlement of "Pays" (territories with cultural, geographic, economic or social consistency). An organisation in joint association (syndicat mixte) or in public interest group of local development is mandatory to conclude a "pays"contract

3. SGI delivery
State aims to strengthen sgi coverage within territory. Therefore, a 3 years plan is settled to organise sgi with a financial support to local authorities
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