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1 All sections to appear here Dipl.-Ing M. Ellger Tallinn, October 2013 mathias.ellger@creativeworx.eu 1October 2013, Dipl.-Ing. M.Ellger

2 pptPlex Section Divider Rationales of Regional Planning The slides after this divider will be grouped into a section and given the label you type above. Feel free to move this slide to any position in the deck. 2October 2013, Dipl.-Ing. M.Ellger

3 Rationales of Regional planning 3October 2013, Dipl.-Ing. M.Ellger

4 What Takes Place in a Region Industry Tourism Agriculture Cities Nature Reserves Woods/ Forestry Surface Waters Housing/ Settlements Infrastructure 4October 2013, Dipl.-Ing. M.Ellger

5 Why Regional Planning “Regional/spatial planning gives geographical expression to the economic, social, cultural and ecological policies of society. It is at the same time a scientific discipline, an administrative technique and a policy developed as an interdisciplinary and comprehensive approach directed towards a balanced regional development and the physical organisation of space according to an overall strategy.” European Regional/Spatial Planning CharterEuropean Regional/Spatial Planning Charter (Torremolinos Charter), 1983, approved by European Conference of Ministers responsible for Regional Planning (CEMAT)European Conference of Ministers responsible for Regional Planning 5October 2013, Dipl.-Ing. M.Ellger

6 Regional Planning shall reduce or solve the Problems and make optimal Use of the Potentials....in consequence 6October 2013, Dipl.-Ing. M.Ellger

7 Regional Planning is a Cross Sector Discipline Geo- strategic Location Man-made Environ- ment Natural Environ- ment Demogra- phic Develop- ment Economic Structures & Activities Supply Infra- structure Land Use Settle- ment Structure Neigh- bouring Regions Interdependencies 7October 2013, Dipl.-Ing. M.Ellger

8 The Idea of Integrated or Holistic Spatial Planning Settlement Structure Economy Land Use Socio-Demographic Infrastructue Environment Supply & Services Challenges ………….. Analysis Goals & Objectives Strategies Dev. Concept Formal Plans Sub-Regional Plans/ Sector Plans PROGRAMMES DETERMINATION OF TASKS ACTION PLANS Min. Envir. & Planning Min. of Economy Min. of Education Min. of Health Min. of Public Works Min. of Transport Ministry of Interior ………….. Mind the Interdependency and interaction of sectors Actors 8October 2013, Dipl.-Ing. M.Ellger

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10 Basic Impacts on Regional Planning Indirect Impacts Politics Citizens Lobby Groups EU Policy All types of Institutions External Development Direct Impacts Interregional linkages Plans of higher Order Mining and Quarrying Interregional Infrastructure Natural Constellations Natural Phenomena 10October 2013, Dipl.-Ing. M.Ellger

11 Regional Planning and it‘s 3 Basic Tasks Development Task Identification, Determination & Removal of Deficits in Supply for the Population and Economy Assessment of future Demand Identification Determination and Utilization of socio-economic Potentials for Development Regional Management Task Preparation, Coordination & Realization of the Holistic Concept Structuring Task Identification, Determination and Harmonization of Conflicts of Interests & Land Use by Optimizing distribution and Location 11October 2013, Dipl.-Ing. M.Ellger

12 Comprehensive Integrated Regional Plan Proper & updated Statistics Studies & Sector Plans Higher Plans Legal Base Clear administra- tive Divisions (Three tiered) Organization & Manage- ment Determina- tion of Stakeholders Comprehen- sive Legal Base Preconditions Required 12October 2013, Dipl.-Ing. M.Ellger

13 pptPlex Section Divider Organization & Management The slides after this divider will be grouped into a section and given the label you type above. Feel free to move this slide to any position in the deck. 13October 2013, Dipl.-Ing. M.Ellger

14 Organization & Management 14October 2013, Dipl.-Ing. M.Ellger

15 Preliminary Activities Before the start, several preparatory activities are required Organizing Participation Built-up Structure & Organization Logistic Framework Operational Plan Expert Schedule Operational Plan Expert Schedule 15October 2013, Dipl.-Ing. M.Ellger

16 Who shall Participate? Who are the Stakeholders? 16 October 2013, Dipl.-Ing. M.Ellger

17 The Citizens NGOs Local Economic Entities Citizens‘ Associations Local Politicians Institutions of Public Interest Universities Architects Offices Related Gov. Entities Experts Urban Planner Offices Municipality Stakeholder Map Political Parties Gov. Institutions Professional Associations Religious Institutions 17October 2013, Dipl.-Ing. M.Ellger

18 Preliminary Steps Decision to prepare a Regional Plan Preparation of a Steakholder Map Establishment of a Regional Planning Association Formation of the Regional Assembly ( Executive Institution) 18October 2013, Dipl.-Ing. M.Ellger

19 Public Corporation in form of a special purpose association Regional Assembly Works by Statute & Rules of Procedures Is a Executive Bodies of Regional planning are Chairman of Planning Association Regional Committee 19October 2013, Dipl.-Ing. M.Ellger

20 Structuring the Task Logistics Com- muni- cation Office Equip- ment Mobil- ity Employ- ees Experts Project Environ- ment Info Availa- bility Stake- holders Attitude to Project Key Partners Adaption of Approach Experts Operati- onal Plan Working Steps Info Distribu tion Infrast- ructure Transpa- rency 20October 2013, Dipl.-Ing. M.Ellger

21 InterventionObjectively verifiableSources and means ofAssumptions logicindicators of achievementverification OverallWhat are the overall broaderWhat are the key indicators relatedWhat are the sources of objectivesobjectives to which the actionto the overall objectives?information for these indicators? will contribute? SpecificWhat specific objective is theWhich indicators clearly showWhat are the sources ofWhich factors and conditions outside objectiveaction intended to achieve tothat the objective of theinformation that exist or can bethe Beneficiary's responsibility contribute to the overall objectives?collected? What are the methods are necessary to achieve that required to get this information?objective? (external conditions) Which risks should be taken into consideration? ExpectedThe results are the outputs envisaged toWhat are the indicators to measureWhat are the sources ofWhat external conditions must be met resultsachieve the specific objective.whether and to what extent theinformation for these indicators?to obtain the expected results What are the expected results?action achieves the expected on schedule? (enumerate them)results? ActivitiesWhat are the key activities to be carried outMeans:What are the sources ofWhat pre-conditions are required before and in what sequence in order to produceWhat are the means required toinformation about actionthe action starts? the expected results?implement these activities, e. g.progress?What conditions outside the Beneficiary's (group the activities by result)personnel, equipment, training,Costsdirect control have to be met studies, supplies, operationalWhat are the action costs?for the implementation of the planned facilities, etc.How are they classified?activities? (breakdown in the Budget for the Action) Logistic Framework 21October 2013, Dipl.-Ing. M.Ellger

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23 Project Milestones Targeted Results Project Workshops Project Conferences Activity Reports Interim and Sector Reports Project Evaluations Targeted Results Project Workshops Project Conferences Activity Reports Interim and Sector Reports Project Evaluations 23October 2013, Dipl.-Ing. M.Ellger

24 pptPlex Section Divider Planning Levels The slides after this divider will be grouped into a section and given the label you type above. Feel free to move this slide to any position in the deck. 24October 2013, Dipl.-Ing. M.Ellger

25 Planning Levels 25October 2013, Dipl.-Ing. M.Ellger

26 Regional policy interventions to reduce disparities and promote economic conver- gence are realized through 3 funds ERDF: European Regional Development Fund EU Level and Type of Interventions ESF: European Social Fund Cohesion Fund (applies to MS with <90% aver-age GNI and covers the new member states as well as Greece and Por- tugal. Spain is eligible on a transitional basis) 26October 2013, Dipl.-Ing. M.Ellger

27 What is EU Regional Policy about? Regional policy is the vehicle for delivering regional aid Biggest slice of the EU budget which helps: poorer regions to catch up areas undergoing economic change to restructure with the realisation of most other Community policies 27October 2013, Dipl.-Ing. M.Ellger

28 Policies, Plans & Programs Regional development policy National strategy for regional dev. State program for regional dev. Regional dev. strategies & programs Legal Framework Secondary Legislation for o planning documents o institutional cooperation & inputs o utilization of regional dev. Funds o monitoring and controll Rules on procedures & methodology for allocation of resources of regional dev. fund Policies, Plans & Programs Regional development policy National strategy for regional dev. State program for regional dev. Regional dev. strategies & programs Legal Framework Secondary Legislation for o planning documents o institutional cooperation & inputs o utilization of regional dev. Funds o monitoring and controll Rules on procedures & methodology for allocation of resources of regional dev. fund October 2013, Dipl.-Ing. M.Ellger Organization & Management of Regional Policy Determination & coordination of development policy Ministry concerned with RD Regional Development Commettees Council for Regional Development Coordination and Implementation State Agency for Regional Development Regional Development Agencies 28

29 Direct EU-Influence in National Planning 29October 2013, Dipl.-Ing. M.Ellger

30 Three Principle Levels of Formal Planning on National Level National Level Spatial planning policy guidance and operational framework Regional Level Regional Plan Municipal Level Municipal Plans Low Medium High Planning Level Detailing 30October 2013, Dipl.-Ing. M.Ellger

31 pptPlex Section Divider Type of Plans The slides after this divider will be grouped into a section and given the label you type above. Feel free to move this slide to any position in the deck. 31October 2013, Dipl.-Ing. M.Ellger

32 Type of Plans 32October 2013, Dipl.-Ing. M.Ellger

33 Planning Level Plan TypesSector Plans e.g. National Level Spatial planning policy guidance and operational framework International and/or interregional infrastructure programs Environmental programs Environmental plans Transport & international infrastructure plans Water management framework Cross border plans etc. Regional Level Regional plans Sub-Regional development planning Intraregional infrastructure planning Environmental zoning planning Interregional planning Informal plans Landscape structure plan Regional transport plan Water protection plans National parks Other sectors Municipal Level Municipal master plan Zoning / detailed plan Landscape plan Environmental zoning Water protection zoning etc. Type of Plans for Spatial Development 33October 2013, Dipl.-Ing. M.Ellger

34 Range of the Regional Plan Regional Level Regional Plan Sub-regional plans Intraregional infrastructure plans Environment plans, costal management plans Interregional plans Technical Planning, e.g. Agriculture Communication Defense Ennergy Forestry Mining & Quarrying Monumental protect. Nature & landscape protection Pollution protection Soil conservation Transport Waste disposal Water management Studies/Expertise Spatial Aspects, e.g. Settlement structure Rural areas Densification /aglomeration areas Lagging areas Infrastructure Sector Related, e.g. Economy Inter-regional linkages Culture Rural Areas Agriculture &Forestry Environment, Nature, Biodiversity Transport Water management Housing 34October 2013, Dipl.-Ing. M.Ellger

35 Content of Regional Plan 1.Legal Framework 2.Preambel 3.Basic Principles 4.Goals &Objectives for sustanable regional Dev. 4.1 Spatial Structure 4.2 Central Service Center Arrangement 4.3 Priority Areas 4.4 Priority Location 4.5 Significant regional location 4.6 Mining & Quarrying 4.7 Determined Areas 4.8 Areas suitable for Wind Energy 4.9 Transport 4.10 Energy & technical Infrastructure 5. Sector Principles 6. Summary of environmental Statement 7. Maps and Figures 8. Final Provisions Giving Reasons, Explanations and Justification (for all points as above) 35October 2013, Dipl.-Ing. M.Ellger

36 Summarising 36October 2013, Dipl.-Ing. M.Ellger

37 After the Discussion 37October 2013, Dipl.-Ing. M.Ellger


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