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INTERREG IIIB CADSES „PlanCoast“ Coastal Zone and Maritime Spatial Planning. by Bernhard Heinrichs Ministry for Transport, Building and Regional Development M-V, Germany PlanCoast Lead Partner. Overall Objective. Foster sustainable development in the coastal zones

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Interreg iiib cadses plancoast coastal zone and maritime spatial planning

INTERREG IIIB CADSES „PlanCoast“Coastal Zone and Maritime Spatial Planning

by

Bernhard Heinrichs

Ministry for Transport, Building and Regional Development M-V, Germany

PlanCoast Lead Partner


Overall objective
Overall Objective

  • Foster sustainable development in the coastal zones

  • (land- and sea-side) of the

  • Baltic Sea, Adriatic Sea and Black Sea

  • and support the

  • EU maritime strategy


Plancoast project area
PlanCoast Project Area


Financing
Financing

  • EFRE 595.000 EUR

  • CARDS 493.678 EUR

  • PHARE 334.200 EUR

  • TACIS 120.600 EUR

  • EU Financing 1.488.478 EUR

  • EU Co-Financing + 317.000 EUR

  • Non EU Co-Financing + 173.542 EUR

  • Total 1.979.020 EUR


The challenges
The challenges

  • Growing conflicts among seaside activities

  • Urgent need for spatial co-ordination of offshore uses


Current focal points of eu policy

Integrated Coastal Zone management (ICZM)

Development of national ICZM-strategies until 2006

European Maritime Policy

Green paper on integrated maritime policy June 7, 2006

Current focal points of EU policy


Could spatial planning make a contribution to these two eu policies
Could Spatial Planning make a contribution to these two EU policies?

Experience from the INTERREG III B BaltCoast Project


What can Spatial Planning offer to ICZM and the EU Maritime Strategy?

  • Proven methods of participation and conflict management

  • Binding results based on statutory plans

  • Provision of space oriented data through Geographical Information Systems (GIS)


Example pilot action greifswalder bodden
Example: Pilot Action „Greifswalder Bodden“ Strategy?

Problem: Conflict between water sports and nature protection

Solution: Zoning keeping the balance between nature protection and development



Baltcoast recommendations on iczm
BaltCoast Recommendations on ICZM Strategy?

  • ICZM is the responsibility of political bodies of all levels

  • Do not create new ICZM specific institutions

  • Cross-sectoral agencies at regional level should take the lead for implementation

  • Link regional approach with case-specific solutions

  • The focus should be on implementation and visible results


Project results on sea use planning
Project results on sea use planning Strategy?

  • Transnational spatial planning register for offshore areas

  • Pan-Baltic comprehensive map of offshore uses

  • Comparative analysis of regulations and planning instruments

  • Common recommendations for action


Recommendations for action
Recommendations for action Strategy?

  • Agree on a systematic transnational information exchange on offshore uses

  • Prepare spatial plans for offshore areas – where needed

  • Introduce project-oriented and cross-sectoral coordination procedures



Conclusions
Conclusions Strategy?

  • Spatial Planning cannot substitute the ICZM-process - but forms an essential part

  • A regional approach could best link ICZM-strategy with implementation

  • Spatial planning of the sea should become an integral part of ICZM in the Baltics


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