F1b Spatial Planning

Description

Spatial planning is a public task based on a mission enshrined in the Federal Constitution. It is not a self-contained discipline, but includes numerous specialist areas and areas of application which must be linked and coordinated. Spatial planning performs a broad cross-sectional function in the coordination of different interests and demands. It has to implement this within the framework of democratic rules and with the legally available planning means.

Requirements

Plan and map understanding and basic knowledge of our legal system.

Objectives

  • Provide basic knowledge of municipal planning instruments and procedures
  • List basic knowledge of the most important planning basics
  • Understanding and assessing spatial problems
  • Recognizing the need for planning action and the scope for action

Content

  • The spatial development of Switzerland; basics of spatial observation
  • Introduction to the legislation and organisation of Swiss spatial planning
  • Planning instruments at different levels
  • Planning process and participation, weighing up of interests
  • The elimination of municipal zones of use
  • Construction regulations: the regulation of construction methods
  • Utilization reserves and capacity calculation of building zones
  • Implementation and execution in spatial planning

Lesson Time

16 (2 Days)

Course Cost

CHF 600.-