Urban and landscape solutions for the envisaged spatial arrangements, location and technical conditions and guidelines for the design and construction of facilities are determined by a spatial plan. The spatial plan may be municipal or state, and the basis for its preparation is the geodetic plan.
The geodetic plan for the preparation of the spatial plan is:
- the basis for the preparation of the regulatory area plan, which also includes a land allotment plan for land allotment in the cartographic part of the spatial plan
- the basis for the plan of placement of the planned arrangement into space in the cartographic part of the spatial plan
When is the geodetic plan needed for the preparation of a spatial plan?
- prior to the preparation of state and municipal spatial plans
Why is a geodetic plan needed for the preparation of a spatial plan?
- to be in possession of the actual state of physical characteristics and the legal status of the space
- that you can identify and analyse problems based on the current spatial development so far and identify new development needs, aspirations and various initiatives in the area under consideration
- that you can anticipate the possibilities for future spatial planning
- that you can analyse the expected effects of spatial arrangement on individual components of the space
- that you can carry out the evaluation and prepare proposals for professional solutions