On the proposal of the new Czech act on EIA

Miroslav Martiš, Vladimír Zdražil

SUMMARY At present there is an overall discussion towards the proposal of the new Act on environmental impact assessment in the Czech Republic. This paper assesses the process of preparation of this new act. There is a detail analysis of the background situation. Particular attention is being paid to the main changes brought in by […]

SUMMARY The contribution is divided into two parts. The first one brings the overall overview on the development and methods of spatial planning in our territory, from the very beginnings in the Middle Ages up to current practice in land-use planning that is in the focus of the paper. In the second part it deals […]

SUMMARY The new social conditions that principally determine territorial development require substantial innovation of education in the field of spatial planning. Currently there is no such study in the Czech Republic that would cover spatial planning as an independent cross-sectional discipline. There is a siginificant fact that spatial planning is being lectured at various universities. […]

SUMMARY The existing demand for planners in the Czech Republic splits in general between job within public administration – the “procurers” of plans – and private “plan makers” who hold positions in consultation agencies that offer the elaboration of plans, advice and expertise. The jobs on the public administration side have rather low social status […]

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Ľubomír Jamečný

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SUMMARY The article deals with Czech sacral architecture, in particular, historical moment. Because of the slow movement in the architectural area in comparison to politics, a certain zone of immediate historical period is chosen, which corresponds to the speed of architectural evolution. The midpoint of this imaginary zone on the historical axis is the year […]