Dziwnów. Fot. Piotr Domaradzki. MARITIME SPATIAL PLANNING IN POLAND. Andrzej Cieślak Maritime Office in Gdynia. Polish Sea Areas EEZ – 22634 km 2 E; TS – 8682 km 2 ; ISW – 1991 km 2. Szczecin. Gdynia. Słupsk. BASICS. Maritime Administration in Poland
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Plans to decide on:
The first picture shows the division of the planning area into „water basins” (corresponding to „terrains” in terrestrial planning)
The second picture shows the uses (note that different uses may be located on the seafloor, water column and sea surface within the same „basin”, e.g. habitat protection, certain kinds of fishing, navigation &boating and windsurfing)
In progress: work on Ministerial Order on required scope of MSPs in their textual and graphic parts, requirements concerning planistic materials, cartographic elaborations, symbols used in the plans, requirements concerning the standards and ways of documenting the planning work
Phot.: Piotr Domaradzki