General Data
Name of instrument Slovenia's Development Strategy (Strategija razvoja Slovenije)
Country SI
Spatial level national
Type Information, research
Subtype Formal planning instrument
Description Slovenia 's Development Strategy sets out the vision and objectives of Slovenia's development, including five development priorities with the corresponding action plans. At the forefront of the new strategy is the overall welfare of every individual. Therefore, the strategy does not focus solely on economic issues but also involves social, environmental, political, legal and cultural issues. Due to such prioritisation of the objectives, the SDS also serves as Slovenia 's strategy of sustainable development. At the same time it transposes the Lisbon Strategy goals in the national setting, keeping Slovenia 's specific development opportunities and setbacks in view. The government adopted the Slovenian Development Strategy on 23 June 2005. As part of the fifth development priority, the strategy includes statements on: - densification of urban settlements, - protection of valuable agricultural areas, - revitalisation of degraded urban land, - priority for condensing populated areas over expansion of new areas, - stimulate settlement in towns of 7,000-30,000 inhabitants At the same time, this section also argues for an increase of the supply of building land for industrial and residential purposes.
General objectives Main development document in Slovenia
General objectives keywords land development; socio-economic development;
Responsible National authority
Stakeholder Involved National authority; Regional authority; Local authority/Municipal council; Planners; Public service providers;
Reference http://www.gov.si/umar/aprojekt/asrs/ssd-new.pdf
General assessment of strength and weakness Strenghts: integrative document, defined aims,
Metadata
Date of entry 11. 4. 2007
Implementation
Legal status mandatory for responsible body, BUT NOT for end-user
Extension all municipalities
Comment
Type of monitoring Mixture of quantitative and qualitative reporting
Characteristics
Preconditions for implementation
General comment
Assessment
Relevance
Status weak indirect relevance
Ranking 1
Remark general strategy not specific for land resource management
Acceptance
Status -
Ranking 4
Remark estimation of acceptance
Implementation
Status
Ranking 5
Remark
Feasibility
Status Political will
Ranking 4
Remark
Effectiveness
Status Type of effect, acceptability, perpetuity
Ranking 3
Remark Direction of effects depending on the perspective. Land take e.g. could either be interepreted positive in terms of economic welfare or negative in regard to ecosystem functions etc.