General Data
Name of instrument Tyrolean law of regional planning (TROG, Tiroler Raumordnungsgesetz)
Country AT
Spatial level federal state
Type Laws and regulations
Subtype Laws
Description The Tyrolean law of regional planning displays the general conditions of the total regional planning of Tyrol. It names the general aims, responsible elements and most instruments for regional planning within Tyrol. It also regulates the interdependencies of the very strictly structured arrangements of regional planning. The law and its arrangements are strictly divided into regional and municipal regional planning.
General objectives The aim is a controlled spatial development of the federal state (Tyrol) and its municipalities. Main goal: economical and functional utilisations of the land, conservation of the habitat, preservation of valuable space and structures, consistency with socio-economic needs (sanitary, cultural and social needs). Balance differently well developed regions.
General objectives keywords socio-economic development; settlement pattern; urban development; nature conservation;
Responsible Federal state/Province authority
Stakeholder Involved others;
Reference http://www.tirol.gv.at/fileadmin/www.tirol.gv.at/raumordnung/downloads/trog2006.pdf
General assessment of strength and weakness Strength: overall directive for the development of the federal state (Tyrol), detailed planning dependent of superior aims; Combination of all legal regional planning possibilities.
Weakness: huge range of interpretations, to be applied for the overall regional planning in the federal state. Some important aspects are only written down theoretically but cannot be transacted.
Metadata
Date of entry 22.03.2007
Implementation
Legal status mandatory
Extension all municipalities
Comment Counts for all of Tyrol and has an impact on all building and infrastructural developments
Type of monitoring Mixture of quantitative and qualitative reporting
Characteristics
Preconditions for implementation
General comment Most famous and important instrument of spatial planning and therefore basic for regional planning as well
Assessment
Relevance
Status strong direct relevance
Ranking 4
Remark -
Acceptance
Status municipal administration. Local economy, environmental NGOs, municipal residents, superordinate administrations
Ranking 5
Remark
Implementation
Status -
Ranking 5
Remark -
Feasibility
Status Budget, staff, legislation, political will
Ranking 1
Remark -
Effectiveness
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.