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1 2 nd PlanCoast conference Constanta, May and June 2007 Slovenian partner Adriatic area Slavko Mezek Regional development center Koper

2 SLOVENIAN COAST The Slovenian coast is only 46 km long (one thousandth of the entire Mediterranean) The whole coastal area is divided into three municipalities, namely: Koper Izola and Piran

3 RRC KOPER: ROLE IN THE PROJECT WP1: Assessment of current status WP2: Creation of a GIS database on relevant Slovenian data as a basis for a cross-border (Italy/Slovenia/Croatia) sea-use-plan of Trieste Bay WP3: Compile data on current sea uses in Slovenian 12 sm zone of Trieste Bay and develop an integrated, single map of current sea uses WP4:Prepare expert groundwork for new municipal spatial plans

4 Findings – national report Spatial planning system in the country Evolution of spatial planning in the country Planning agencies (national, local level) Planning framework Involvement of public Development control Problem: Instablity of the system, focus on the system, not in the content, Problem: lack of regional/provincial level Problem: weak supporting soft instruments (incentives, information management) Problem: involvment too formal, weak participation of general public, conflicts, weak resolution management, Problem: weak planning controll

5 Findings – national report Spatial planning system in the country urban, countryside and transport planning environmental protection and planning conservation of nature and cultural heritage coastal zone planning maritime spatial planning Integration transport/ spatial planning Dispersed settlement structure/ costs of infrastructure lack of management of protected areas, no specific arrangements existing, non existing maritime spatial planning,

6 Findings – national report Specifities of spatial planning in coastal zones Tourism: pressures on the coastal strip; investments ( hotels, marinas) are planned almost exclusively in the coastal strip,

7 Findings – national report Specifities of spatial planning in coastal zones Transport: development of Pot of Koper Transport: modal split/sustainable mobility, congestion,

8 Findings – national report Specifities of spatial planning in coastal zones Environmental infrastructure: communal waste, waste water drainage and treatment, water supply,

9 Findings – national report Specifities of spatial planning in coastal zones Nature, biodiversity: spatial conflicts, management, threats/environmental pressures, Cultural heritage protection and management,

10 Findings – national report Specifities of spatial planning in coastal zones Litoralistation, urban sprawl, real estate market,

11 Findings – national report Spatial planning in coastal zone Planning in coastal zones Existing plans based on spatial plans, prepared in late 80-ies; several times ammended, ammendments do not assure integrated approach-new plans needed; lack of clear vision and goals, related to sustainable development, non existent sustainable mobility schemes, which fosters urban sprawl,

12 Current sea uses Current uses identified Legal basis and regimes identified

13 Spatial planning Compiled existing spatial plans, detailed municipal spatial plans;

14 Slavko Mezek Regional Development centre of Koper Zupanciceva 18, 6000 Koper, Slovenia Phone: Fax: Internet page: THANK YOU FOR YOUR ATTENTION


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