One of the capital’s responsibilities is procuring, processing and discussing land-use planning documentation and general plan materials. It also needs to keep them up to date.
What is the difference between them and what are the related tasks of the city?
This is documentation dealing with the complex spatial arrangement and functional use of a specific area.
It aligns norms, interests and activities impacting on the development of the area, environment, and ecological stability; it also stipulates regulations of spatial arrangement and functional use of the area.
The documentation is in preparation at a national and regional level, as well as at the level of the municipality or a part thereof, and contains a directional and binding part.
Together with the land-use planning documentation and land-use decisions, they represent the basic tools of land-use planning.
Unlike general plans, those documents do not contain a binding part and play a specific and irreplaceable role in land-use planning.