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Non-compliance of spatial plans of the highest rank in Bosnia and Herzegovina

By Bijelić Branislav and Đorđević Dejan P.

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Non-compliance of spatial plans of the highest rank in Bosnia and Herzegovina is a significant problem which has negative consequences to the territory of Bosnia and Herzegovina, which is particularly noticeable in the current debate on the route of Sarajevo-Belgrade motorway. This type of spatial plans includes spatial plans of the entities, cantons and Brčko District. This paper is an attempt to shed light on this problem by way of examining its genesis, characteristics and possible solutions. The emphasis was placed on the precise identification of the non-compliance rate of spatial plans of the highest rank in Bosnia and Herzegovina. The primary hypothesis states that the non-compliance rate of these documents is above 50%. The auxiliary hypothesis states that this non-compliance is the result of inadequate legal treatment of this matter and of the non-existence of policy framework in the field of spatial planning in Bosnia and Herzegovina

Topics: non-compliance, spatial plan, rank, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Geography. Anthropology. Recreation, G
Publisher: University of Belgrade - Faculty of Geography, Belgrade
Year: 2018
OAI identifier: oai:doaj.org/article:81fd7fac7674489582d293c69bb904a5
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