This Regulation sets forth unified rules for the structure, content, and steps involved in planning, implementation, and monitoring of territory development interventions in order to detail the planning procedures at central and local levels and produce similar planning documentation in form and structure.The Regulation is composed of the following chapters: General Provisions (I); Planning Documents (II); Main Directions of the Planning Process regulating territory structure and zoning for planning reasons (III); Planning Standards and Indicators (IV); and Final and Transitory Provisions (V).Chapter II regulates Content and Preparation covering general provisions, hierarchy of planning documents, the National Territory Plan, rules on sectoral, general and detailed local planning, detailed planning for zones of national importance, and municipal sectoral plan.The authorities responsible for territory planning, as defined in the law 107/2014 ‘on territory planning and development’ are responsible for the regulation implementation.
Implements: Law No. 107/2014 on territory planning and development. (2014-07-31)
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