To mark the 25th anniversary of the founding of Primorje-Gorski Kotar County, the Institute for Physical Planning of Primorje-Gorski Kotar County presents this exhibition entitled How to Read a Spatial Plan. The basic idea of the exhibition is to familiarise citizens with spatial planning and to inform them about how a spatial plan is read.
This exhibition explains the way in which an area is planned and it also describes the system of spatial planning. It hopes to engage you, the public, by using examples of good and bad planning. Informing the public about spatial planning is something that the County, with the Institute, has been doing very successfully via its information systems. The exhibition also hopes to explain how to access data about spatial planning and in the end to let the public know how important spatial planning is and of course how important, the public, are in the planning processes.
Since its establishment, Primorje-Gorski Kotar County has, in the area of planning, set foundations for the future and created spatial planning presumptions for progress. It has defined a vision of the County as a competitive, sustainable and socially fair region desirable for work and living.
The County’s Institute for Physical Planning has been expertly carrying out the tasks of spatial development, i.e. the preparation, coordination and monitoring of spatial plans and other developmental documents, and also leads and manages the spatial development of the County with an information system.
Organisation: The Institute for Physical Planning of Primorje-Gorski Kotar County
Director: Adam Butigan, MGE
Authors of the exhibition: Sanja Turk, MArch and Vana Rodin Kružić, MArch
Web content: Multilink
Exhibition design: mikser
English translation: Martin Mayhew
with the support of Primorje-Gorski Kotar County to mark the 25th anniversary.