General Data
Name of instrument Land use plan (= Fl├Ąchenwidmungsplan)
Country AT
Spatial level local
Type Spatial planning instrument
Subtype Formal planning instrument
Description Land use planning in Tyrol defines each property within a municipality either as building land, green land, special area or reservated area. National law must be respected and the aims of the federal and local special planning laws and programmes should be fulfilled. �
General objectives Controlled fragmentation of the different land use, concerning building development within the municipality; sustainment and optimisation of quality of life; economic efficiency and well-ordered spatial structures ; minimisation of urban sprawl and traffic.
General objectives keywords urban development; building development; land use; settlement pattern; municipal land policy;
Responsible Local authority/Municipal council
Stakeholder Involved Local authority/Municipal council;
Reference raumordnung/downloads/trog2006.pdf) �
General assessment of strength and weakness Strengths: Clear definition of future land use.
Weaknesses: Local responsibility, only weak control by regional or national institutions
Date of entry 22.03.2007
Legal status mandatory
Extension all municipalities
Type of monitoring Mixture of quantitative and qualitative reporting
Preconditions for implementation
General comment
Status very strong direct relevance
Ranking 5
Remark -
Status municipal administration. Local economy, environmental NGOs, municipal residents, superordinate administrations
Ranking 5
Status -
Ranking 5
Remark -
Status Budget, staff, legislation, political will
Ranking 1
Remark -
Status Direction of effect, type of effect, acceptability, perpetuity
Ranking 4
Remark Ranked in the assumption that policy objectives follow sustainable land resource management, otherwise ranking would be lower.