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Die EU möchte die in der INSPIRE Registry registrierten Codelisten um die Codelisten-Werte aus den Technical Guidance Dokumenten (Datenspezifikationen) ergänzen. Im Gegensatz zu den Codelisten, die in der Verordnung zur Interoperabilität von Geodatensätzen und -diensten enthalten sind, liegen die Codelisten-Werte (Bezeichnung, Definition und Beschreibung) aus den Datenspezifikationen nur in Englisch vor.

Die Mitgliedstaaten wurden daher gebeten, die Codelisten-Werte in die nationalen Sprachen zu übersetzen, so dass die Übersetzungen in der INSPIRE Registry genutzt werden können.

Bitte tragen Sie die Übersetzungen für die Codeliste-Werte direkt in die angehängte Excel-Tabelle ein. Vielen Dank für Ihre Unterstützung!

 

Code listCodeParent_valueEN_labelEN_definitionEN_descriptionDE_labelDE_definitionDE_description
SupplementaryRegulationValue1_ImpactOnEnvironment impact on environmentsupplementary regulation related to the impact on the environment as defined by a competent authority and reported in the spatial plan
SupplementaryRegulationValue1_1_NoiseManagementZone1_ImpactOnEnvironmentnoise management zoneAn area where measures have been established to mitigate noise pollution.NOTE: Noise Management Areas or Zones may encompass areas surrounding airports, roads or entertainment venues.\n(from AM DS V2.0)
SupplementaryRegulationValue1_1_1_NoiseProtectionArea1_1_NoiseManagementZonenoise protection areaarea inside which specific measure regarding the protection against noise are enacted
SupplementaryRegulationValue1_2_EmissionControlArea1_ImpactOnEnvironmentemission control areaAn area where measures have been established to control air pollution.
SupplementaryRegulationValue1_2_1_AirQualityManagementZone air quality management zonePart of the territory of a Member State, as delimited by that Member State for the purposes of air quality assessment and management.SOURCE: CAFE Directive (2008/50/EC).
SupplementaryRegulationValue1_3_RenewableEnergyArea1_ImpactOnEnvironmentrenewable energy areaarea suitable for renewable energy
SupplementaryRegulationValue1_4_NatureProtection1_ImpactOnEnvironmentnature protectionarea which relates to the protection of nature
SupplementaryRegulationValue1_4_1_EcologicalCorridor1_4_NatureProtectionecological corridorarea of habitat connecting wildlife populations separated by human activities (such as roads, development, or logging)
SupplementaryRegulationValue1_4_2_BiodiversityReservoir1_4_NatureProtectionbiodiversity reservoirgeographic area with a significant reservoir of biodiversity that is under threat from humans
SupplementaryRegulationValue1_4_3_ProtectedWoodedArea1_4_NatureProtectionprotected wooded areawooded area that is protected
SupplementaryRegulationValue1_4_4_ProtectedUrbanPeriurbanAgriculturalOrNaturalArea1_4_NatureProtectionprotected urban periurban agricultural or natural areaAgricultural or Natural Area in Urban or peri-urban space which is protected
SupplementaryRegulationValue1_4_5_ProtectedWetland1_4_NatureProtectionprotected wetlandarea where the main factor of influence on habitat and its biota is waterland which is protected
SupplementaryRegulationValue1_4_6_PlantHealthProtectionZone1_4_NatureProtectionplant health protection zoneProtection zone within which protective measures are established against the introduction of organisms harmful to plants or plant products and against their spread.SOURCE: COMMISSION REGULATION (EC) No 690/2008.
SupplementaryRegulationValue1_4_7_OtherNatureProtectionArea1_4_NatureProtectionother nature protection areaarea which relates to the protection of nature of other type
SupplementaryRegulationValue1_5_ClimateProtection1_ImpactOnEnvironmentclimate protectionAn area where measures have been established to mitigate climate change effects.
SupplementaryRegulationValue1_6_WaterProtection1_1_NoiseManagementZonewater protectionAn area where measures have been established to protect water
SupplementaryRegulationValue1_6_1_DesignatedWaters1_6_WaterProtectiondesignated watersMarine, coastal or surface waters designated by Member States as needing protection or improvement in order to support fish life.NOTE: Member States are required to define designated waters to protect freshwater fish and shellfish by the Fisheries Directive (2006/44/EC) and Shellfish Waters Directive (2006/113/EEC).\n(from AM DS V2.0)
SupplementaryRegulationValue1_6_2_NitrateVulnerableZone1_6_WaterProtectionnitrate vulnerable zoneAreas of land which drain into polluted or threatened waters and which contribute to nitrate pollution.SOURCE: Art 3 of Council Directive 91/676/EEC of 12 December 1991 concerning the protection of waters against pollution caused by nitrates from agricultural sources.
SupplementaryRegulationValue1_6_3_SensitiveArea1_6_WaterProtectionsensitive areaSensitive areas are surface waters (freshwater, estuaries and coastal waters) that require protection against eutrophication.SOURCE: Urban Waste Water Treatment Directive (91/271/EEC).
SupplementaryRegulationValue1_6_4_BathingWaters1_6_WaterProtectionbathing watersCoastal waters or inland waters (rivers, lakes) explicitly authorised, or not prohibited for recreational bathing by large numbers of people.NOTE: Bathing waters are set limits for physical, chemical and microbiological parameters to ensuring clean bathing waters to protect public health and the environment.\n(from AM DS V2.0)
SupplementaryRegulationValue1_6_5_DrinkingWaterProtectionArea1_6_WaterProtectiondrinking water protection areaArea in which waste water leakage, use of fertilizer or pesticides, or establishment of waste disposal sites are prohibited.EXAMPLE: From Directive 80/778, relating to the quality of water intended for human consumption. According to the article 8 providing that Member States shall take all the necessary measures to ensure that any substances used in the preparation of water for human consumption do not remain in concentrations higher than the maximum admissible.\n(from AM DS V2.0)
SupplementaryRegulationValue1_7_ForestManagementArea1_ImpactOnEnvironmentforest management areaArea designated for the sustainable management of forest resources and functions.
SupplementaryRegulationValue1_8_OtherImpactOnEnvironment1_ImpactOnEnvironmentother impact on environmentsupplementary regulation of other type related to the impact on the environment as defined by a competent authority and reported in the spatial plan
SupplementaryRegulationValue2_RiskExposure risk exposuresupplementary regulation related to the exposure to risk of any nature as defined by a competent authority and reported in the spatial planNOTE1: Numerous natural events represent a risk for the living, built and natural environment as they threaten human and animal life and may cause serious damages to settlements. For that reason, human settlements have to be protected, as far as possible, against risks through adapted prevention measures. According to their intensity, impacts and damages, these natural events (or hazards) may be considered as natural disasters. A natural disaster is therefore the consequence of the combination of a natural hazard and human activities. Main natural hazards are: avalanches, drought, earthquakes, floods, land slides, volcanic eruptions, tsunamis, tornado, cyclones, wildfires, etc.\n\nNOTE 2: Technological risk / Technological hazard A technological risk is necessarily related to human activities in the fields of manufacturing and energy production, transport, buildings, public works, etc. Risks due to industrial, nuclear, mining and subterranean activities or risks due to the transport of hazardous substances (by land, river or sea) or the threat of a dam rupture are all considered major technological risks.\n\nSOURCE: CEMAT
SupplementaryRegulationValue2_1_FloodRisks2_RiskExposureflood riskssupplementary regulation related to the exposure to Flood
SupplementaryRegulationValue2_1_1_AreaExposedToFloodRisk2_1_FloodRisksarea exposed to flood riskarea which is defined as exposed to flood risks
SupplementaryRegulationValue2_1_2_FloodRiskManagementZone2_1_FloodRisksflood risk management zoneCoastal areas or individual river basins assigned as the unit of management established for the assessment and management of flood risk.NOTE: These are coastal areas or individual river basins assigned as a unit of management different from those assigned pursuant to Article 3(1) of Directive 2000/60/EC.\n SOURCE: 2007/60/EC Art 3(2)b.
SupplementaryRegulationValue2_2_IndustrialRisk2_RiskExposureindustrial riskarea at risk of dangerous material exposure
SupplementaryRegulationValue2_2_1_Lead2_2_IndustrialRiskleadarea at risk of lead exposure
SupplementaryRegulationValue2_2_2_RestrictedZonesAroundContaminatedSites2_2_IndustrialRiskrestricted zones around contaminated sitesZones established to protect human, plant and animal health and control movement and development within a contaminated site.EXAMPLE1: Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant Exclusion Zone which was established to evacuate the local population and to prevent people from entering the heavily contaminated territory.\nEXAMPLE2: Zone established around an area suffering from soil contamination to restrict development and protect human health.\n\n(from AM DS V2.0)
SupplementaryRegulationValue2_2_3_BrownfieldLand2_2_IndustrialRiskbrownfield landBrownfield land is land previously used for industrial purposes or certain commercial uses and that may be contaminated by low concentrations of hazardous waste or pollution and has the potential to be re-used once it is cleaned up4. Sometimes, the concept of brownfield land is also used for designating areas which were previously developed and have become obsolete, but are not necessarily contaminated.SOURCE Spatial development glossary European Conference of Ministers responsible for Spatial/Regional Planning (CEMAT)
SupplementaryRegulationValue2_2_4_ExclusionAreaAroundSevesoSites2_2_IndustrialRiskexclusion area around seveso sitesarea within a regulatory distance from a site classified as Seveso
SupplementaryRegulationValue2_3_Mining2_RiskExposureminingarea which is defined as exposed to mining risks
SupplementaryRegulationValue2_4_Erosion2_RiskExposureerosionarea which is defined as exposed to erosion risks.
SupplementaryRegulationValue2_5_OtherRiskExposure2_RiskExposureother risk exposurearea defined by other type of risk exposure.
SupplementaryRegulationValue3_HeritageProtection heritage protectionsupplementary regulation related to any heritage protection be it natural, landscape or built up, as defined by a competent authority and reported in the spatial planNOTE: heritage is the legacy of physical artefacts that are inherited from past generations, maintained in the present and bestowed for the benefit of future generations. Heritage includes tangible culture (such as buildings, monuments, landscapes and natural heritage (including culturally-significant landscapes, and biodiversity). The deliberate act of keeping cultural heritage from the present for the future is known as Conservation (British English). Cultural heritage is often unique and irreplaceable, which places the responsibility of preservation on the current generation.
SupplementaryRegulationValue3_1_NaturalHeritageProtection3_HeritageProtectionnatural heritage protectionsurrounding of an area protected due to its natural heritage importance
SupplementaryRegulationValue3_1_1_BiodiversityProtection3_1_NaturalHeritageProtectionbiodiversity protectionincluding flora and fauna, scientifically known as biodiversity,
SupplementaryRegulationValue3_1_2_GeodiversityProtection3_1_NaturalHeritageProtectiongeodiversity protectionincluding mineralogical, geomorphological, paleontological, etc., scientifically known as geodiversity.NOTE: These kind of heritage sites often serve as an important component in a country's tourist industry, attracting many visitors from abroad as well as locally. Heritage can also include cultural landscapes (natural features that may have cultural attributes).
SupplementaryRegulationValue3_2_LandscapeAreaProtection3_HeritageProtectionlandscape area protectionarea in which the landscape is protected,NOTE: According to the European Landscape convention, “landscape means an area, as perceived by people, whose character is the result of the action and interaction of natural and/or human factors”\nSOURCE: CEMAT
SupplementaryRegulationValue3_3_BuiltHeritageProtection3_HeritageProtectionbuilt heritage protectionsurrounding of any protected monument within which the building rights are restrictedNOTE Architectural conservation describes the process through which the material, historical, and design integrity of mankind's built heritage are prolonged through carefully planned interventions including in its surroundings
SupplementaryRegulationValue3_4_ArcheologicalProtection3_HeritageProtectionarcheological protectionsurrounding of an archaeological site within which the building rights are restrictedNOTE: An archaeological site is a place (or group of physical sites) in which evidence of past activity is preserved (either prehistoric or historic or contemporary), and which has been, or may be, investigated using the discipline of archaeology and represents a part of the archaeological record.
SupplementaryRegulationValue3_5_OtherHeritageProtection3_HeritageProtectionother heritage protectionother supplementary regulation that relates to heritage protection.
SupplementaryRegulationValue4_GeneralInterest general interestsupplementary regulation related to the general interest such as easements, as defined by a competent authority and reported in the spatial plan
SupplementaryRegulationValue4_1_PublicEasement4_GeneralInterestpublic easementAn easement is a certain right to use the real property of another or to restrict the use of a real property without possessing it. The rights of an easement holder vary substantially among jurisdictions. A public easement grants an easement for a public use or for the general interestSOURCE: WIKIPEDIA
SupplementaryRegulationValue4_1_1_AirportEasement4_1_PublicEasementairport easementarea around airports where constructability is restricted for safety reason (clearance of obstacle for take-off and landing)
SupplementaryRegulationValue4_1_2_RailroadEasement4_1_PublicEasementrailroad easementright-of-way as a strip of land that is granted, through an easement, for the purposes of maintenance or expansion of existing services
SupplementaryRegulationValue4_1_3_UtilityEasement4_1_PublicEasementutility easementstrip of land that is granted, through an easement, where constructability is restricted for safety of maintenance reason
SupplementaryRegulationValue4_1_3_1_RainWaterEasement4_1_3_UtilityEasementrain water easementAn easement to carry rainwater to a river, wetland, detention pond, or other body of water.
SupplementaryRegulationValue4_1_3_2_SanitarySewerEasement4_1_3_UtilityEasementsanitary sewer easementAn easement to carry used water to a sewage treatment plant.
SupplementaryRegulationValue4_1_3_3_ElectricalPowerLineEasement4_1_3_UtilityEasementelectrical power line easementAn easement related to the high voltage electrical network
SupplementaryRegulationValue4_1_3_4_TelephoneLineEasement4_1_3_UtilityEasementtelephone line easementAn easement related to the telephone network
SupplementaryRegulationValue4_1_3_5_RadioElectricalEasement4_1_3_UtilityEasementradio electrical easementAn easement restricting the constructability around Radio-electrical devices in order to avoid radio masks or radio interferenceNOTE: also called communications easement. This easement is used for wireless communications towers
SupplementaryRegulationValue4_1_3_6_FuelGasPipeEasement4_1_3_UtilityEasementfuel gas pipe easementan easement related to the security around gas-lines or pipelines
SupplementaryRegulationValue4_1_4_BeachAccess4_1_PublicEasementbeach accessSome jurisdictions permit residents to access a public lake or beach by crossing adjacent private property. Similarly, there may be a private easement to cross a private lake to reach a remote private property, or an easement to cross private property during high tide to reach remote beach property on foot.
SupplementaryRegulationValue4_1_5_ConservationEasement4_1_PublicEasementconservation easementGrants rights to a land trust to limit development in order to protect the environment.
SupplementaryRegulationValue4_1_6_HistoricPreservationEasement4_1_PublicEasementhistoric preservation easementSimilar to the conservation easement, typically grants rights to a historic preservation organization to enforce restrictions on alteration of a historic building's exterior or interior.
SupplementaryRegulationValue4_1_7_OtherPublicEasement4_1_PublicEasementother public easementOther supplementary regulation related to a public easement
SupplementaryRegulationValue4_2_OtherEasement other easementother supplementary regulation that relates to easements.
SupplementaryRegulationValue4_3_OtherReservedAreasServingGeneralInterest4_GeneralInterestother reserved areas serving general interestsupplementary regulation related to the general interest other than easements, as defined by a competent authority and reported in the spatial plan
SupplementaryRegulationValue5_LandPropertyRight land property rightsupplementary regulation related that affect the right of the owner regarding its land properties, as defined in the spatial plan
SupplementaryRegulationValue5_1_UsableBuildingArea5_LandPropertyRightusable building areapermissible built area of a lot/plotEncyclopedic Dictionary of Landscape and Urban Planning, Multilingual Reference Book in English, Spanish, French, and German
SupplementaryRegulationValue5_2_AreaReservedForPreEmptingParcels5_LandPropertyRightarea reserved for pre empting parcelsArea defined in the spatial plan where the local government define a “Right of first refusal” (ROFR or RFR) that gives him the option to enter a business transaction with the owner of a property before the owner is entitled to enter into that transaction with a third party.
SupplementaryRegulationValue5_3_AreaReservedForRestructuringParcels5_LandPropertyRightarea reserved for restructuring parcelsReorganization of land holdings or subdivisions in a plan area as designated on a legally-binding plan for the redistribution of developed or undeveloped [p]lots of land such that their shape and size comply with future land development or rezoning.Encyclopedic Dictionary of Landscape and Urban Planning, Multilingual Reference Book in English, Spanish, French, and German
SupplementaryRegulationValue5_4_ReconstructionAreas5_LandPropertyRightreconstruction areasSectors where the issuance of building permits may be subject to the demolition of all or part of the existing buildings on the land where the implementation of the construction is planned
SupplementaryRegulationValue5_5_StandByLandResources5_LandPropertyRightstand by land resourcesLands affected by the location of future infrastructures
SupplementaryRegulationValue5_6_OtherLandPropertyRight5_LandPropertyRightother land property rightOther supplementary regulation that relates to a land property
SupplementaryRegulationValue6_RegulationsOnBuildings regulations on buildingssupplementary regulation related to restriction and guidance on buildings (e.g. area where height limitation are imposed near airports, area where density ratio over land parcel is limited), as defined by the competent authority responsible for the spatial plan and reported in the spatial plan
SupplementaryRegulationValue6_1_BuildingLine6_RegulationsOnBuildingsbuilding lineAny new buildings must be placed behind the line determined by the alignment plan. If the owner built or rebuilt a house or boundary wall, it must respect the alignment.
SupplementaryRegulationValue6_2_BoundaryLine6_RegulationsOnBuildingsboundary lineperimeter adjacent to infrastructure
SupplementaryRegulationValue6_3_SpatialDesign6_RegulationsOnBuildingsspatial designArea where buildings have to conform to spatial design guidance
SupplementaryRegulationValue6_4_SecondaryStructureArea6_RegulationsOnBuildingssecondary structure areaspaces for secondary structures which are required in accordance with other regulations on the use of land, such as play, leisure and recreational areas, and car-parking spaces, garages and drive-waysEncyclopedic Dictionary of Landscape and Urban Planning, Multilingual Reference Book in English, Spanish, French, and German
SupplementaryRegulationValue6_5_CollectiveFacility6_RegulationsOnBuildingscollective facilityConstraints intended to promote a social life at the group home to which they are incorporated.
SupplementaryRegulationValue6_6_BuildingHeightRegulation6_RegulationsOnBuildingsbuilding height regulationArea where buildings have to conform to height guidance
SupplementaryRegulationValue6_7_BuildingDensityRegulation6_RegulationsOnBuildingsbuilding density regulationArea where buildings have to conform to density guidance
SupplementaryRegulationValue6_8_MinimumHousingSize6_RegulationsOnBuildingsminimum housing sizearea with minimum size of housing
SupplementaryRegulationValue6_9_OtherRegulationsOnBuildings6_RegulationsOnBuildingsother regulations on buildingsother supplementary regulation that relates to buildings
SupplementaryRegulationValue7_LocalRegionalStateDevelopmentPolicies local regional state development policiessupplementary regulation related to local/regional/state spatial development policies (e.g. area reserved for the construction of road infrastructures development axes, central places / population growth center, suitable area for development,...) as defined by a competent authority and reported in the spatial plan
SupplementaryRegulationValue7_1_SettlementStructure7_LocalRegionalStateDevelopmentPoliciessettlement structureSettlement structure is the quantitative and qualitative pattern of distribution of housing, places of work, and infrastructure within a certain area.SOURCE: INTERREG III B project COMMIN, http://commin.org/en/commin/
SupplementaryRegulationValue7_1_1_CentralPlaces7_1_SettlementStructurecentral placesThe central-place classificatory system is an important tool in state and regional planning, and is laid down in spatial structure plans. In addition to supplying the needs of its own population, a central place performs service and development functions for the population of its catchment area. The central place system constitutes a hierarchy of basic, lower-order or small centres, middle-order centres, and high-order centres as determined at the different levels of state spatial planning. Some states insert intermediate categories in the hierarchy. Depending on their assignment to a central place, catchment areas are defined as local, intermediate or extended areas.SOURCE: INTERREG III B project COMMIN, http://commin.org/en/commin/
SupplementaryRegulationValue7_1_1_1_Basic7_1_1_CentralPlacesbasicbasic centres supplying the basic daily needs of the population and providing a minimum of public and private infrastructure
SupplementaryRegulationValue7_1_1_2_LowerOrderCentre7_1_1_CentralPlaceslower order centreThe lowest level in the hierarchy is occupied by basic centres (low-order centres, small centres) with a local catchment area. They are designated in regional plans, and their functions include supplying the basic daily needs of the population and providing a minimum of public and private infrastructure (general secondary school, doctor, chemist, tradesmen, etc.).SOURCE: INTERREG III B project COMMIN, http://commin.org/en/commin/
SupplementaryRegulationValue7_1_1_3_MiddleOrderCentre7_1_1_CentralPlacesmiddle order centreMiddle-order centres are central places that meet more demanding, medium-term needs of the population in the intermediate catchment area (secondary schools leading to university entrance, hospitals, a variety of shopping amenities, etc.), and are designated by state spatial planning. They are also labour-market centres for their catchment area.SOURCE: INTERREG III B project COMMIN, http://commin.org/en/commin/
SupplementaryRegulationValue7_1_1_4_HighOrderCentre7_1_1_CentralPlaceshigh order centreHigh-order centres are also designated by state spatial planning and meet demanding, specialised requirements of the population in the extended catchment area (technical colleges / universities, specialised clinics, large department stores, etc.). High-order centres also have a greater supply of highly qualified and skilled labour.SOURCE: INTERREG III B project COMMIN, http://commin.org/en/commin/
SupplementaryRegulationValue7_1_2_Axes7_1_SettlementStructureaxesImportant elements in spatial planning, axes are constituted by a concentration of transport and supply routes (linear infrastructure) and a relatively close succession of development centres and central places.SOURCE: INTERREG III B project COMMIN, http://commin.org/en/commin/
SupplementaryRegulationValue7_1_2_1_SettlementAxes7_1_2_Axessettlement axesSettlement axes are axes in agglomerations formed by a close succession of settlements along the routes of existing or planned public transport services.SOURCE: INTERREG III B project COMMIN, http://commin.org/en/commin/
SupplementaryRegulationValue7_1_2_2_SupralocalAxes7_1_2_Axessupralocal axesSupralocal axes connect differently ranking central places and offer locational advantages at transport interchanges or nodes. Supralocal axes are national or European communication axes.SOURCE: INTERREG III B project COMMIN, http://commin.org/en/commin/
SupplementaryRegulationValue7_1_3_AssignmentOfFunctions7_1_SettlementStructureassignment of functionsTasks assigned specifically to individual municipalities or regions by state spatial planning are referred to as functions. The aim is the functional/structural (or spatial/functional) division of responsibilities and labour among component territorial entities.SOURCE: INTERREG III B project COMMIN, http://commin.org/en/commin/
SupplementaryRegulationValue7_1_3_1_Housing7_1_3_AssignmentOfFunctionshousingHousing is an adequate complex of premises, an isolated room, a shelter, an apartment or a private house for permanent livingSOURCE: INTERREG III B project COMMIN, http://commin.org/en/commin/
SupplementaryRegulationValue7_1_3_2_CommerceIndustry7_1_3_AssignmentOfFunctionscommerce industrycommerce and industry key functions associated with municipalities or regions on regional or state level planning
SupplementaryRegulationValue7_1_3_3_Services7_1_3_AssignmentOfFunctionsservicesservice key functions associated with municipalities or regions on regional or state level planning
SupplementaryRegulationValue7_1_3_4_Tourism7_1_3_AssignmentOfFunctionstourismtourism key functions associated with municipalities or regions on regional or state level planning
SupplementaryRegulationValue7_1_3_5_Agriculture7_1_3_AssignmentOfFunctionsagricultureagriculture key functions associated with municipalities or regions on regional or state level planning
SupplementaryRegulationValue7_1_3_6_Forestry7_1_3_AssignmentOfFunctionsforestryforestry functions key associated with municipalities or regions on regional or state level planning
SupplementaryRegulationValue7_1_3_7_BusinessPark7_1_3_AssignmentOfFunctionsbusiness parkarea of land in which many office and commercial buildings are grouped together5. Business parks are groupings of tertiary activities and differ from industrial parks (manufacturing activities) or technology parks (research and technological development activities).SOURCE: CEMAT
SupplementaryRegulationValue7_1_3_8_Technopole7_1_3_AssignmentOfFunctionstechnopole(also called technology centre, technology park or science park) areas where numerous private and public activities pertaining to research and development, technological development, technology transfer, high-level scientific education, high-tech manufacturing activities and services, etc. are concentrated. In numerous cases, technopoles encompass one or several specialised cluster(s) of high-tech enterprises, incubators for startups, a business and innovation centre, consultancy clusters.SOURCE: CEMAT
SupplementaryRegulationValue7_1_3_9_HarborActivities7_1_3_AssignmentOfFunctionsharbor activitiesharbor key functions associated with municipalities or regions on regional or state level planning
SupplementaryRegulationValue7_1_3_10_AirportActivities7_1_3_AssignmentOfFunctionsairport activitiesairport key functions associated with municipalities or regions on regional or state level planning
SupplementaryRegulationValue7_1_4_SpatialOrderCategories7_1_SettlementStructurespatial order categoriesSpatial order categories are areas defined in terms of specific criteria in which comparable structures exist and where similar spatial planning goals are pursued.SOURCE: INTERREG III B project COMMIN, http://commin.org/en/commin/
SupplementaryRegulationValue7_1_4_1_RuralArea7_1_4_SpatialOrderCategoriesrural areasparsely settled areas without significant large city or town. The countryside refers to certain forms of landscapes and land uses where agriculture and natural areas play an important part.SOURCE: CEMAT
SupplementaryRegulationValue7_1_4_2_RuralDevelopmentPole7_1_4_SpatialOrderCategoriesrural development polean inhabited, significantly rural area where the social, economic and territorial evolutions are led within the framework of an integrated and prospective development plan. A rural pole is not an agglomeration, but a rural territory as a whole, which may include one or more small towns. The territorial development plan determines the objectives of results in short, medium and long terms. It specifies the guidelines for development, the human and material means to achieve the results targeted. The civil society, public and private actors must be partner for its development and its assessmentSOURCE: CEMAT
SupplementaryRegulationValue7_1_4_3_CityAndOuterConurbationArea7_1_4_SpatialOrderCategoriescity and outer conurbation areaaggregation or continuous network of urban communities which have physically merged through population growth and expansion. It is a polycentric form of agglomerationSOURCE: CEMAT
SupplementaryRegulationValue7_1_4_4_UrbanArea7_1_4_SpatialOrderCategoriesurban areaarea which physically forms part of a town or city and is characterised by an important share of built-up surfaces, high density of population and employment and significant amounts of transport and other infrastructure (as opposed to rural areas). Urban areas may also comprise non built-up, green areas generally used for recreational purposes by urban dwellers.SOURCE: CEMAT
SupplementaryRegulationValue7_1_4_5_MetropolitanArea7_1_4_SpatialOrderCategoriesmetropolitan areaa settlement system consisting of a large city (together with its suburbs) and its adjacent zones of influence, which may comprise various urban centres of different sizes. These adjacent zones are generally the so-called commuter belt. Interstitial open spaces also form part of the metropolitan area.SOURCE: CEMAT
SupplementaryRegulationValue7_1_4_6_FunctionalUrbanArea7_1_4_SpatialOrderCategoriesfunctional urban areaarea of influence of a city. It is generally delineated on the basis of statistics (for instance commuter flows). Most European States have definitions of Functional Urban Areas or similar concepts, such as travel to-work-areas, commuting catchment areas, commuting zones or functional urban regions. In the context of the ESPON I Programme, an attempt has been made to produce an identification and delineation of functional urban areas (FUA) at European level, using a harmonised statistical definition.SOURCE: CEMAT
SupplementaryRegulationValue7_1_4_7_PeriUrbanAreas7_1_4_SpatialOrderCategoriesperi urban areasareas that are in some form of transition from strictly rural to urban. These areas often form the immediate urban-rural interface and may eventually evolve into being fully urban. Peri-urban areas are places where people are key components: they are lived-in environments.SOURCE: CEMAT
SupplementaryRegulationValue7_1_4_8_PolycentricSpatialStructure7_1_4_SpatialOrderCategoriespolycentric spatial structureA polycentric spatial structure refers to the morphology of the settlement system. It assumes that a plurality of urban agglomerations of similar size exist at the various levels of the urban hierarchy, as opposed to situations where a single large urban centre dominates each level and even eliminates the presence of intermediary levels. The principle of polycentric spatial structure can be applied at the various geographical scales, from the European to the regional one.
SupplementaryRegulationValue7_1_4_9_EurocorridorOrPanEuropeanCorridor7_1_4_SpatialOrderCategorieseurocorridor or pan european corridorcategory of space of linear nature connecting large agglomerations over various national borders. They are areas of rapid and large-scale spatial dynamics within a Europe of vanishing national borders. Four interrelated dimensions can be distinguished in Eurocorridors: infrastructure and transport (mainly the Trans-European Networks), urbanisation, economic development and environmental sustainability.SOURCE: CEMAT
SupplementaryRegulationValue7_1_5_SpatialDevelopmentProjects7_1_SettlementStructurespatial development projectsArea for projects generated or controlled by public bodies which contribute positively to territorial development at different scales. Spatial development projects may comprise infrastructure works, the economic promotion and development of specific areas, urban rehabilitation measures, the restoration of damaged ecosystems, etc.SOURCE: CEMAT
SupplementaryRegulationValue7_1_6_OtherSettlementStructureDevelopmentPolicies7_1_SettlementStructureother settlement structure development policiesother supplementary regulation that relates to settlement structure development policies
SupplementaryRegulationValue7_2_OpenSpaceStructure7_LocalRegionalStateDevelopmentPoliciesopen space structureThe term open-space structure refers to the quantitative and qualitative pattern or distribution of land uses and functions in a near-natural state.SOURCE: INTERREG III B project COMMIN, http://commin.org/en/commin/
SupplementaryRegulationValue7_2_1_Agriculture7_2_OpenSpaceStructureagricultureopen space assigned to agriculture
SupplementaryRegulationValue7_2_2_Forest7_2_OpenSpaceStructureforestopen space assigned to forest
SupplementaryRegulationValue7_2_3_Recreation7_2_OpenSpaceStructurerecreationleisure, recreation and other outdoor activities
SupplementaryRegulationValue7_2_4_Tourism7_2_OpenSpaceStructuretourismopen space assigned to tourism
SupplementaryRegulationValue7_2_5_GreenBelt7_2_OpenSpaceStructuregreen beltland use designation to retain areas of largely undeveloped, wild, or agricultural land surrounding or neighbouring urban areas. Similar concepts are greenways or green wedges which have a linear character and may run through an urban area instead of around it. In essence, a green belt is an invisible line encircling a certain area, preventing development of the area allowing wildlife to return and be established.
SupplementaryRegulationValue7_2_6_GreenBreak7_2_OpenSpaceStructuregreen breakGreen breaks or divides are smaller protected open spaces areas close to settlements to be kept free of development for local recreational purposes and in order to break up densely built-up areas. Green breaks should link up with the open countryside and act as a climatic corridor and habitat, as both refuge and exchange area for plants and animals.SOURCE: INTERREG III B project COMMIN, http://commin.org/en/commin/
SupplementaryRegulationValue7_2_7_RawMaterials7_2_OpenSpaceStructureraw materialsopen space assigned to prospection or dumping of material
SupplementaryRegulationValue7_2_7_1_ProspectingAndMiningPermitArea7_2_7_RawMaterialsprospecting and mining permit areaThe area on which the prospection or extraction of any mineral has been authorised and for which that right or permit is granted.EXAMPLE: Directive 94/22/EC on conditions for granting and using authorisations for the prospection, exploration and production of hydrocarbons, stipulates that the limits of the geographical areas covered by an authorisation and the duration of that authorisation must be determined in proportion to what is justified in terms of the best possible exercise of the activities from an economic and technical point of view. \n(from AM DS V2.0)
SupplementaryRegulationValue7_2_7_2_AreaForDumpingOfWaste7_2_7_RawMaterialsarea for dumping of wasteArea affected by uncontrolled disposal of waste as defined in Waste Framework Directive (2006/12/EC) Art 4.( from AM DS V2.0)(from AM DS V2.0)
SupplementaryRegulationValue7_2_8_Recultivation7_2_OpenSpaceStructurerecultivationopen space assigned to recultivation
SupplementaryRegulationValue7_2_9_Water7_2_OpenSpaceStructurewaterwater in open space
SupplementaryRegulationValue7_2_10_OtherOpenSpaceStructures7_2_OpenSpaceStructureother open space structuresOther supplementary regulation that relates to open space structures
SupplementaryRegulationValue7_2_9_1_CoastalZoneManagementArea7_2_9_Watercoastal zone management areaArea in which "integrated coastal zone management" takes place.DEFINITION: "Integrated coastal zone management” is a dynamic process for the sustainable management and use of coastal zones, taking into account at the same time the fragility of coastal ecosystems and landscapes, the diversity of activities and uses, their interactions, the maritime orientation of certain activities and uses and their impact on both the marine and land parts. SOURCE: Protocol on Integrated Coastal Zone Management in the Mediterranean - signed in Madrid on 20-21 January 2008.\n(from AM DS V2.0)
SupplementaryRegulationValue7_3_Infrastructure7_LocalRegionalStateDevelopmentPoliciesinfrastructuretechnical structures that support a society, such as roads, water supply, sewers, electrical grids, telecommunications, and so forth, and can be defined as "the physical components of interrelated systems providing commodities and services essential to enable, sustain, or enhance societal living conditions.
SupplementaryRegulationValue7_3_1_Network7_3_Infrastructurenetworkthe infrastructure and installations for transfer of goods
SupplementaryRegulationValue7_3_1_1_Road7_3_1_Networkroadby road
SupplementaryRegulationValue7_3_1_2_RailRoad7_3_1_Networkrail roadby rail
SupplementaryRegulationValue7_3_1_3_WaterInfrastructure7_3_1_Networkwater infrastructureby navigable water
SupplementaryRegulationValue7_3_1_4_OtherNetworkInfrastructure7_3_1_Networkother network infrastructureby other mean such as powerlines, pipelines…
SupplementaryRegulationValue7_3_1_5_RegulatedFairwayAtSeaOrLargeInlandWater7_3_1_Networkregulated fairway at sea or large inland waterRegulated navigation areas port-to-port established in accordance with Decision 884/2004/EC of the European Parliament and Council of 29 April 2004 amending Decision No 1692/96/EC on Community guidelines for the development of the trans - European transport network to organise sailing traffic, prevent accident and pollution.(from AM DS V2.0)
SupplementaryRegulationValue7_3_2_Supply7_3_InfrastructuresupplyEntire range of installations which serve to provide the population of an area with goods and services.Encyclopedic Dictionary of Landscape and Urban Planning, Multilingual Reference Book in English, Spanish, French, and German
SupplementaryRegulationValue7_3_3_Disposal7_3_InfrastructuredisposalDiscarding of all no usable solid waste from the economic cycle, reprocessing of reusable material or interim storage and hauling to a disposal site for public health and convenience.Encyclopedic Dictionary of Landscape and Urban Planning, Multilingual Reference Book in English, Spanish, French, and German
SupplementaryRegulationValue7_3_4_Communication7_3_Infrastructurecommunicationcommunication (voice image etc.) infrastructure
SupplementaryRegulationValue7_3_5_OtherInfrastructure7_3_Infrastructureother infrastructureOther supplementary regulation to infrastructure
SupplementaryRegulationValue7_4_UrbanReshapingAndDevelopmentArea7_LocalRegionalStateDevelopmentPoliciesurban reshaping and development areaCities are confronted to both the ageing of their fabric and built-up areas and to changes in their economic functions and in the social characteristics of their population. In order to maintain a harmonious living environment, a buoyant economy and a balanced social structure, a number of public (and sometimes public-private) activities are necessary.SOURCE: CEMAT
SupplementaryRegulationValue7_4_1_UrbanRenewal7_4_UrbanReshapingAndDevelopmentAreaurban renewalarea where impoverished urban neighbourhoods and derelict areas are replaced by large-scale projects related to housing, services, transport systems, recreation areas, etc. Sometimes, the costs of urban renewal for living communities is high and this type of activity is nowadays less frequently carried out than some decades agoSOURCE: CEMAT
SupplementaryRegulationValue7_4_2_UrbanRegenerationAndRevitalisation7_4_UrbanReshapingAndDevelopmentAreaurban regeneration and revitalisationArea defined for transforming the obsolete socio-economic base of certain urban areas into a more sustainable socio-economic base through the attraction of new activities and companies, modernisation of the urban fabric, improvement of the urban environment and diversification of the social structure;SOURCE: CEMAT
SupplementaryRegulationValue7_4_3_UrbanRehabilitationAndRestoration7_4_UrbanReshapingAndDevelopmentAreaurban rehabilitation and restorationarea devoted to regenerating and conserving the built heritage or the urban environment, including the ecosystems. In addition to the refurbishment of historical buildings and townscapes, such activities also comprise the modernisation and upgrading of technical facilities and the respect of environmental and security norms and standards.SOURCE: CEMAT
SupplementaryRegulationValue7_4_4_CommercialDevelopmentArea7_4_UrbanReshapingAndDevelopmentAreacommercial development areaArea where a commercial development plan applies
SupplementaryRegulationValue7_4_5_AfterZoning7_4_UrbanReshapingAndDevelopmentAreaafter zoningafter the ending of the current zoning the zoning will be forest/nature/housing…
SupplementaryRegulationValue7_5_SpecificArea7_LocalRegionalStateDevelopmentPoliciesspecific areaareas for specific development policies
SupplementaryRegulationValue7_5_1_DerelictArea7_5_SpecificAreaderelict areaareas which have suffered a significant downturn, with declining or abandoned industries, closed businesses and houses, vacant storefronts, a degraded environment and virtually empty streets at night. Some derelict areas are also contaminated and can be considered as brownfields sites. Derelict areas are a major cause of environmental stress in urban areasSOURCE: CEMAT
SupplementaryRegulationValue7_5_2_ParkingObligationArea7_5_SpecificAreaparking obligation areaareas within which the conditions of service by regular public transport can reduce or eliminate the obligations imposed in the realization of parking, especially during the construction of office buildings, or within which the local plan sets a maximum number of parking spaces to achieve during the construction of buildings for other than residential
SupplementaryRegulationValue7_5_3_DemolitionProvisionsAreas7_5_SpecificAreademolition provisions areasAreas which provisions relating to the demolition permit exist within
SupplementaryRegulationValue7_5_4_EnergySavingArea7_5_SpecificAreaenergy saving areapriority perimeter for the development energy saving
SupplementaryRegulationValue7_5_5_RulingDeferring7_5_SpecificArearuling deferringareas within which the competent authority may defer ruling on applications for authorization
SupplementaryRegulationValue7_6_StudyPlanRequest7_LocalRegionalStateDevelopmentPoliciesstudy plan requestareas where specific studies must be performed
SupplementaryRegulationValue8_SocialHealthChoices social health choicessupplementary regulation related to social choices and health protection decided by the responsible authority of the plan(e.g. area reserved with social housing ratios) as defined by the competent authority responsible for the spatial plan
SupplementaryRegulationValue8_1_CompositionOfLocalResidentialPopulation8_SocialHealthChoicescomposition of local residential populationPreservation of physical structures and of the specific urban character of an area in order to maintain the composition of the local residential population. Might be adopted to counteract the threat of displacement in an inner-city residential area owing to gentrification.SOURCE: INTERREG III B project COMMIN, http://commin.org/en/commin/
SupplementaryRegulationValue8_2_PubliclySubsidisedHousingArea8_SocialHealthChoicespublicly subsidised housing areaHousing area reserved for dwellings which are subsidized by state or local government for persons and families with low incomesEncyclopedic Dictionary of Landscape and Urban Planning, Multilingual Reference Book in English, Spanish, French, and German
SupplementaryRegulationValue9_RegulatedActivities regulated activitiessupplementary regulation related to restricting, permitting or forbidding activities (e.g. area reserved or forbidding commercial activities) or where activities are suitable as defined by the competent authority responsible for the spatial plan
SupplementaryRegulationValue9_1_RestrictedActivities9_RegulatedActivitiesrestricted activitiesarea in which specific activities have restrictions. The NACE code should be used to list the restricted activities
SupplementaryRegulationValue9_2_PermittedActivities9_RegulatedActivitiespermitted activitiesarea in which specific activities are permitted the other activities being forbidden. The NACE code should be used to list the permitted activities
SupplementaryRegulationValue9_3_ForbiddenActivities9_RegulatedActivitiesforbidden activitiesarea in which specific activities are forbidden the other activities being permitted. The NACE code should be used to list the forbidden activities
SupplementaryRegulationValue9_4_SuitableActivities9_RegulatedActivitiessuitable activitiesarea in which specific activities are suitable. The NACE code should be used to list the suitable activities
SupplementaryRegulationValue10_OtherSupplementaryRegulation other supplementary regulationSupplementary regulation of other types, not yet listed

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  1. Liebes Fachnetzwerk,

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