Last update: 9. September 2015
Regional or spatial planning is part of the federal state planning and contains predominantly regulatory provisions for parts of the state area (regions). It is the link to the municipal urban land-use planning and operates
- on a regional level in comparison to municipalities
- interdisciplinary in comparison to sectoral planning.
The aim is to govern the regional and interdisciplinary issues in consideration of economical, social as well as ecological demands. Moreover regional planning aims to avoid or reduce land-use conflicts. Therefore the fundamentals and aims of the federal state planning need to be specified, differentiated as well as supplemented in order to fulfill the regional requirements.
Here you can find an Abstract of the Regional Spatial Development Program Mid Mecklenburg/Rostock.
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The most important legal bases are the spatial planning law (Raumordnungsgesetz), the federal states spatial planning law of Mecklenburg- Western Pomerania (Landesplanungsgesetz M-V) and its implementary regulations (ordinances, decrees and others).
- Spatial planning law (federal republic)
- Spatial planning regulation (federal republic)
- Federal states spatial planning law of Mecklenburg- Western Pomerania
- indicating decree Mecklenburg- Western Pomerania
Through the federal states spatial planning law of 1992 the regional planning of Mecklenburg- Western Pomerania was assigned to the following four planning regions:
> Western Mecklenburg (Westmecklenburg)
> Region Rostock (previously Intermediate Mecklenburg/ Rostock)
> Western Pomerania (Vorpommern)
> Mecklenburg Lake District (Mecklenburgische Seenplatte)