This Cabinet Regulation establishes the procedures for the development, public consultations, implementation and monitoring of the national spatial plan. The national spatial plan is an aggregate of documents, which includes: (a) the long-term spatial development prospects for Latvia; (b) binding parts of the national spatial plan; and (c) guidelines for the national spatial plan. The long-term spatial development prospects for Latvia are the State basic parameters of sustainable spatial development which shall provide an overview of the existing and long-term spatial structure such as open space and utilisation of the territory. In the binding parts of the national spatial plan, the national interests and requirements shall be determined for the utilisation of the national territory and the planning of development. The guidelines of the national spatial plan are recommendations for the planning of development, which shall be drawn up on the basis of the prospects, in order to implement a common policy for the spatial development of the State.
Autores y editores
Gnetii, Vsevolod (CONSLEGB)