Settlement development a 'slap-in-the-façade' effect /

On the local level of settlement development, a task with a set deadline has been imposed on municipalities. Act LXXIV of 2016 on the protection of townscape, as well as Government Regulation No. 400/2016 (XII.5.) on the implementation of the previous Act contain the modifications of the rules relat...

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Main Author: Veilandics Eszter
Corporate Author: Jog és kultúra (2018) (Szeged)
Format: Book part
Published: 2018
Series:Szegedi Jogász Doktorandusz Konferenciák 9
Jog és kultúra 9
Kulcsszavak:Településfejlesztés
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Online Access:http://acta.bibl.u-szeged.hu/75026
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Summary:On the local level of settlement development, a task with a set deadline has been imposed on municipalities. Act LXXIV of 2016 on the protection of townscape, as well as Government Regulation No. 400/2016 (XII.5.) on the implementation of the previous Act contain the modifications of the rules relating to urban planning, as well as the tasks and duties to be fulfilled by municipalities subsequently. By 31st December 2017, municipalities had to elaborate landscape guidelines and adopt a regulation on the protection of townscape In the present study, I am going into the foundations of settlement management. My aim is to examine the completion of tasks conferred on municipalities as local public services, especially settlement development, urban planning, as well as the protection of built and natural environment, in the period between 1990 and 2017. From the municipality aspect, I am going to present the municipal authorities, their tasks and competences. I am going to examine whether it is necessary, when reducing the administrative burden on municipalities, to issue the documents and adopt the regulations serving as a basis for this subject matter. Is their clarity provided, are they enforceable? Do the persons concerned have the expectable interest in the subject?
Physical Description:187-198
ISBN:978-963-306-624-9
ISSN:2063-3807