Urban planning legislation of protected land: a comparative assessment of autonomous regulations on sustainable rural development
This study comes from a series of conferences on urban planning andsustainable rural development. It provides a comparative view of regionalregulations in relation to urban planning legislation and protected land from arural development viewpoint.
The study proposes that urban planning legislation become a basic component in sustainable rural development. In this context, subjects such as keys to urban planning legislation, criteria for designating land as protected, community interest projects etc. are analyzed. Urban planning laws of the autonomous regions of Catalonia, Canary Islands, Andalusia, Extremadura and Castile-La Mancha are examined in the study.
- Proposal: report proposed during a series of conferences on urban planning and sustainable rural development.
- The principles of urban planning legislation regarding the use of protected land.
- The legal criteria that force and facilitate the approach to classifying protected land.
- The importance of strategic evaluation of urban planning in the classification of land: future perspectives.
- Sectorial spatial urban planning: Catalonian regulations.
- The importance of differentiating the needs of rural and urban areas when examining the protected land regulations.
- Community interest projects.
- Urban planning on protected land.
Domènec SIBINA TOMÀS
By: Spanish NFP,