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Rulebook

on detailed contents and format of planning documents, as well as on criteria for land USE, elements of urban regulation, and the standardized graphical symbols

Ministry of Spatial Planning and Environment, GTZ

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Rulebook
on detailed contents and format of planning documents, as well as on criteria for land USE, elements of urban regulation, and the standardized graphical symbols

AN INTRODUCTORY WORD FROM THE MINISTER

After a comprehensive, analytical, multidisciplinary, extensive, and, why not say, not so easy work we adopted the Rulebook on more detailed content and form of a planning document, land use criteria, urban regulation elements and uniform graphic symbols.

It is a regulation which represents a significant step forward towards facilitating the implementation of our long-term spatial development policy, which treats space as a national resource of fundamental value. To that end, it is necessary to create conditions for having the State covered by, first of all, high quality, sustainable planning documents, which, in global terms, helps create conditions for the improvement of situation with space. The implementation of these goals is a process which will result in enhancing the spatial and environmental values and, eventually, improving the quality of life for the population, which we all strive for.

However, the work on putting the Rulebook into effect is before us, which implies a professional and responsible attitude of all structures state and local authorities, planning houses and individuals, without which we cannot achieve the projected goal.

In the preparation of the Rulebook, the Ministry was greatly supported by the German organization for technical support and cooperation GTZ, whose years-long presence in Montenegro has been the result of an efficient bilateral cooperation between the Government of the Federal Republic of Germany and the Government of Montenegro and I would like to express my warmest gratitude to them on this occasion. Of course, I also have to commend and support my colleagues from the Ministry of Spatial Planning and Environment, who have been working on developing this regulation, so important for Montenegro, with great professional dedication.

Since the Rulebook is only a beginning of what we want to do in order to improve the state of affairs in spatial planning, I invite the professional public in Montenegro to further engage themselves and contribute to the development and enforcement of so much needed standards of behaviour regarding the space. Braninir Gvozdenovi

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CONTENT
INTRODUCTION.............................................................................................................5 I BASIC PROVISION..................................................................................................13 Subject ....................................................................................................................................13
1.General provisions.......................................................................................... 13 Content of planning document ....................................................................................13

CONTENT. ............................................................................................................................6 II DETAILED CONTENTS OF PLANNING DOCUMENTS.............13

b. Graphical part of planning document..................................................... 17 Content of the graphical part.........................................................................................17 Topical content.....................................................................................................................18 Content designation...........................................................................................................19

a. Textual part...................................................................................................... 14 Structure of the textual part .........................................................................................14 Introduction .........................................................................................................................14 Analytical part......................................................................................................................14 General and specific objectives. ...................................................................................15 Planned solution.................................................................................................................16 Guidelines for implementation of planning document......................................16

c. Analytic and documentation base............................................................. 19 Content of the analytic and documentation base. .................................................19 Synthesis representation.................................................................................................20 d. General documentation............................................................................... 20 Content ...................................................................................................................................20

2. National planning documents.................................................................... 21 The Spatial Plan of Montenegro...................................................................................21 Special purpose spatial plan..........................................................................................22 Detailed spatial plan..........................................................................................................24 National Study of Location ............................................................................................24

3.Local planning documents........................................................................... 25 Spatial and urban plan of a local self-government unit. .....................................25 Detailed urban plan ..........................................................................................................29 Urban design.........................................................................................................................29 Local study of location......................................................................................................31

III PLANNING DOCUMENT FORMAT .......................................................31

General and detailed categories...................................................................................34 General land use categories. ...........................................................................................34 Settlement areas ................................................................................................................35 Agricultural areas ..............................................................................................................35 Forest areas...........................................................................................................................35 Water areas ..........................................................................................................................35 Other natural areas............................................................................................................36 Areas of technical infrastructure.................................................................................36 Special-purposes areas.....................................................................................................36 Detailed land use categories..........................................................................................36 Residential areas . ..............................................................................................................37 Areas for central activities..............................................................................................38 Areas for tourism................................................................................................................39 Areas for education and social protection...............................................................39 Areas for health protection ...........................................................................................40 Areas for culture..................................................................................................................41 Areas for sports and recreation....................................................................................41 Areas for industry and production..............................................................................43 Areas for multiple purposes...........................................................................................43 Areas for landscape development within settlements.......................................44 Agricultural areas...............................................................................................................45 Forest areas...........................................................................................................................45 Sea areas.................................................................................................................................46 Inland water areas..............................................................................................................46 Other natural areas............................................................................................................47 Areas of road infrastructure...........................................................................................47 Areas for other infrastructure.......................................................................................48 Areas for waste treatment, recovery and disposal...............................................49 Areas for cemeteries..........................................................................................................49 Areas for religious buildings..........................................................................................50 Reserve areas........................................................................................................................50 Areas of mineral-raw material......................................................................................51 Areas of exploitation fields.............................................................................................51 Areas of importance to national defense..................................................................52 Special use-regimes...........................................................................................................52 Concession areas.................................................................................................................52

IV LAND USE CATEGORIES................................................................................34

Analogue and digital format...........................................................................................31 Drafting and presentation...............................................................................................32 Cartographic representation content .......................................................................32 Content of the planning document cover page......................................................33 Short version .......................................................................................................................33 Presentation . .......................................................................................................................33

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Exterritorial areas..............................................................................................................52 Protected natural assets .................................................................................................53 Protected cultural assets.................................................................................................53

V CRITERIA FOR LAND USE allocation..........................................54

Types of urban units..........................................................................................................63 Urban lot.................................................................................................................................63 Block.........................................................................................................................................63 Zone..........................................................................................................................................64

VI URBAN UNITS FOR PLANNING...............................................................63

Land use allocation ...........................................................................................................54 Criterions for land use allocation. ................................................................................55 Settlement area use...........................................................................................................55 Principles of settlement planning................................................................................56 Construction land...............................................................................................................56 Planning of construction land ......................................................................................57 Separate construction area.............................................................................................58 Areas for tourism and sports.........................................................................................58 Tourism purpose.................................................................................................................59 Allocation for tourism purposes .................................................................................59 Structure of accommodation units..............................................................................60 Campsite planning..............................................................................................................61 Nautical tourism facilities planning . .........................................................................61 Separate construction lands for sports purpose...................................................62 Golf course.............................................................................................................................62

The base . ...............................................................................................................................64 Shape and minimum dimensions of urban lot.......................................................65 Purpose of urban lot..........................................................................................................65 Boundary line.......................................................................................................................65 Building line..........................................................................................................................65 Types of building lines......................................................................................................66 Vertical dimensions...........................................................................................................66 Parameters for vertical dimensions ..........................................................................67 The largest height of the level.......................................................................................68 Underground level..............................................................................................................68 Overground level.................................................................................................................69 Requirements for designing and realization...........................................................69 Requirements for energy efficiency of buildings..................................................70 Requirements for undisturbed moving of disabled people . ...........................71 Requirement for connection to road and communal infrastructure networks ..........................................................................71

VII ELEMENTS OF URBAN REGULATION..............................................64

VIII SPATIAL INDICATORS.................................................................................72


Identifying parameters per zone and block............................................................72 Population density.............................................................................................................72 Building coverage and gross extended building floor area of buildings. ...73 Land occupancy index......................................................................................................73 Lot coverage index. .............................................................................................................74

X GRAPHICAL SYMBOLS . ...................................................................................87 Appliance ..............................................................................................................................87 Maps and topographic and cadastral plans.............................................................87 Planning signs......................................................................................................................88 Graphical symbol which has not been designated ..............................................88 XI FINAL PROVISION.............................................................................................89 CONTRIBUTION - GRAPHICAL SYMBOLS............................................91
I BORDERS ............................................................................................................ 93 II NETWORK OF SETTLEMENTS..................................................................... 94 III CROSS BORDER COOPERATION................................................................ 95 IV TRAFFIC ........................................................................................................... 95 Entry into force....................................................................................................................89

IX OTHER CONTENTS OF PLANNING DOCUMENT. .....................74 Road infrastructure............................................................................................................74 Elements of town street corridor. ................................................................................76 Parking and garaging vehicles.......................................................................................76 Ramps - oblique planes....................................................................................................79 Public transport stops. ......................................................................................................79 Access to buildings.............................................................................................................80 Public-use green spaces . ................................................................................................80 Restricted-use green spaces...........................................................................................82 Sanitary protection zone.................................................................................................82 Complexes of specialized parks, i.e. of a zoo-park................................................83 Cemeteries ............................................................................................................................84 Green protection belts .....................................................................................................84 Water-protective environmental corridors . ..........................................................85 Green areas coverage........................................................................................................85 Development of terrain of suburban areas and organization of places for rest and recreation.............................................................................................................86

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V WATER AREAS................................................................................................101 VI OTHER INFRASTRUCTURE........................................................................103 VII LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE..................................................................111 VIII IMMOVABLE CULTURAL HERITAGE . ..................................................114 IX NATURAL HERITAGE...................................................................................116 X NATURAL PROCESSES AND PHENOMENA . ...........................................121 XI IMPLEMENTATION AREAS OF SPECIAL MEASURES FOR DEVELOPMENT AND PROTECTION ..............................................................................122 XII REGIMES .......................................................................................................124 XIII ELEMENTS OF URBAN REGULATION OBLIGATORY SPATIAL AND URBAN INDICATORS . ......................................................................................124 XIV HOUSING TYPES .......................................................................................126

I WIDER CATEGORIES OF PURPOSE OF AREAS. ......................... 128 II DETAILED CATEGORIES OF PURPOSE OF AREAS. ............... 132

Pursuant to Article 29 and 74 under the Law on Spatial Planning and Construction of Buildings (Official Gazette of Montenegro, No. 51/08), Ministry of Spatial Planning and Environment has enacted the following

Rulebook on detailed contents and format of planning documents, as well as on criteria for land USE, elements of urban regulation, and the standardized graphical symbols
(Official Gazette of MNE, number 24/10)

I BASIC PROVISION
Subject Article 1

The present Rulebook shall govern detailed contents and format of planning documents, as well as categories of and criterions for land use; elements of urban regulation; standardized graphical symbols; and other components of national and local planning documents.

II

DETAILED CONTENTS OF PLANNING DOCUMENTS

1. General provisions
Content of planning document
Article 2

A planning document shall comprise textual and graphical part.

A planning document shall include also analytical and documentation basis as mandatory appendices thereto.
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a) Textual part
Article 3

The textual part of a planning document shall include text accompanied by maps and drawings given in appropriate scales, as well as by tables, diagrams, charts, photographs and alike.

Structure of the textual part


Article 4

The textual part shall comprise: - introduction; - analytical part; - general and specific objectives; - planning solution; - guidelines for a planning document implementation.

Introduction

An introduction shall comprise the description of the boundaries and area of the land covered by the plan; time frame for which plan is developed; rationale for developing the planning document; legal basis; excerpt from the Terms of Reference.

Article 5

Analytical part

1. 2. 3.

4.

Depending on the type of a planning document, the analytical part that gives an overview of the current spatial organization and development and the use of space shall comprise: analyses of the natural features of the area that is covered by plan; analysis of the existing condition of the purpose and capacity of the area covered by the plan; analyses of the existing physical structures, infrastructure and superstructure (together with data concerning the constructed buildings, including also informal buildings, constructed contrary to the law and the applicable plan); economic and demographic analyses;

Article 6

5. analyses of the current planning, study and technical documentation 6. 7. 8. 9.

An analysis and assessment of the condition of spatial organization, the land use planning and spatial planning shall mandatory comprise a clearly stated difference between the solutions under the applicable plans and the current status of the space; a review of positive trends in spatial planning; as well as possibilities to solve land use conflicts.

of a higher rank, as well as of the planning and neighboring areas, accompanied by appertaining excerpts therefrom; analysis of the areas protected pursuant to regulations on natural, cultural heritage and alike; analyses of the commitments under international contracts; assessment of the requirements and needs expressed by land users which is a component part of the Report on the Status of Spatial Planning; summary review of the existing condition of spatial development with recorded determinants of such spatial development, tables of spatial indicators, as well as the review of problems, limitations and potentials of the planning area.

An economic and demographic analysis shall be an expert basis that assesses demographic trends within the planning area concerned, as well as impacts of such trends on residential and other developments, infrastructure, network of public facilities, communal facilities and alike.

General and specific objectives


Article 7

General objectives shall have the following starting point: the common interests and objectives set by planning documents for larger territorial units, strategic development documents, policies of the rational use of space and environmental protection; principles of sustainable development, as well as objective to reach a balanced social and economic development. Specific objectives shall comprise all the specificities of an area for which a planning document is developed and they shall represent guidelines for an appropriate development concept selection and a planning solution development.

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Planned solution

Concept of the use, development and protection of a planning area shall have a clearly expressed spatial dimension in order to ensure a complete insight on the level of rationality and spatial harmonization of the planned activities with the natural conditions and spatial resources.

A planned solution to spatial organization and development and land use shall comprise: 1. explanation of a planned spatial model (concept), 2. concept of use, development and protection of a planning area; 3. economic and market and demographic analyses; 4. realization stages; 5. infrastructure and superstructure networks and facilities; 6. classification into planning units and zones; 7. comparative tables of the existing and planned balances and capacities (per planning unit) 8. conditions regarding the planned purposes.

Article 8

The projection of the concept referred to under the paragraph 2 of this Article shall be provided for the entire plan duration, and particularly for the first realization stage. The projection shall comprise also a rationale for the method, scope and schedule of providing funds for and of the realization of planning solutions. Economic and market analyses shall be an expert basis that includes financial projections of a variety of alternatives to be used during the planning procedure and that shall serve to opt for the best ones. An economic and market analysis must be worked out through a plan based evidencing of economic and market justifications for the realization of the planned solutions.

Realization stages shall be clearly defined, as well as evidenced by economic indicators, and they shall be supported by the cost estimate of the construction of the planned infrastructure systems (cost of equipment and of a construction land development).

Guidelines for implementation of planning document


Article 9

Depending on the type of planning document, guidelines for implementation shall comprise:

1. guidelines for a further plan elaboration (forms of interventions); 2. guidelines for the staged plan realization; 3. guidelines for the protection of nature and landscape values and
cultural heritage; technology-caused disasters;

4. guidelines for environmental protection; 5. protection guidelines of national defense interests; 6. guidelines for the protection against natural and technical and 7. guidelines for an increase in energy efficiency and in the use of 8. 9.
renewable energy sources; urban technical requirements and guidelines for the construction of buildings guidelines for treatment of informal buildings and settlements.

b. Graphical part of planning document


Article 10

Depending on the type of a planning document, any graphical part shall comprise cartographic representations and graphical appendices under which, as per the legally prescribed scales, the current status of and the planned alterations to the space shall be shown.

Content of the graphical part


Article 11

Graphic part shall comprise: 1. topographic map, i.e. topographic and cadastral plan or any other updated and authenticated survey layers showing boundaries of the plan issued by competent state administration body; if amendments and supplements to such plan are being drawn up, the boundaries of a stretch to which such amendments and supplements are being drawn up under that plan shall be presented separately; 2. excerpt from any planning document of a higher rank; 3. excerpt from the valid planning documents intended for the area concerned and the surrounding area; 4. engineering-geological and seismic properties of the terrain; 5. condition of physical structures and the land use, with the presentation of those buildings constructed contrary to the law and plan; 6. administrative classification and classification into planning units; 7. plan of land use and facilities for public services; 8. plan of measures, requirements and regimes intended for the

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9. status and plan of green and open spaces (landscape); 10. status and plan of road infrastructure; 11. status and plan of hydro-technical infrastructure; 12. status and plan of electric power systems; 13. status and plan of telecommunication infrastructure; 14. status and plan of thermal-technical infrastructure system; 15. allotment, leveling and grading plan; 16. plan with guidelines for a planning document implementation

protection of environment, nature and cultural heritage;

Graphical part of a planning document should contain also two synthesis maps, as follows: - the status of organization, development and use of planning area (with determinants of the spatial planning, i.e. with the constants in the space and restrictions on the construction), and - the plan of organization, development and use of planning area.

(staged implementation, forms of alterations and a further planning elaboration).

Topical content
Article 12

Depending on the type of a planning document and the scale to which it was drawn, a cartographic representation or graphical appendices shall deal with one or several topics, whereas synthesis maps shall present an integral existing condition of the organization, development and use of space or several related topics (e.g. a synthesis map of infrastructure). Depending on the scope and method of presenting such topics, any number of cartographic representation or graphical appendices may be increased or decreased to an extent that is necessary to present planning solutions in a rational manner. Grouping several topics in one cartographic representation or graphical appendices must not disturb their legibility and coherence, i.e. the identification of each space and of its purpose must be possible.

Cartographic representation or graphical appendices shall be of A4 or A3 format.

Content designation
Article 13

The contents of the graphical part of a planning document shall be designated by marks, colors and hatching according to the present Rulebook, whereas the specialized maps (engineering and geological, hydrogeological, pedological, forest, hunting and fishing grounds, slope maps and alike) in line with the law, rulebooks and standards governing the respective specialized fields.

c. Analytic and documentation base


Article 14

An analytical and documentation basis shall be an addendum to a plan, such basis comprising expert and other documents based on which the plan has been developed or which have been developed with reference to such plan, but have not been included in the plan composition in their original form.

Content of the analytic and documentation base


Article 15

An analytical and documentation basis shall comprise the requirements, guidelines and suggestions necessary for the development of a planning document of authorities, business companies, institutions and other legal entities that are responsible for: economic and demographic development projections; water management; electric power industry management; transportation; telecommunication; broadcasting; health system management; national defense; culture; housing and communal activities; geodesy, geology, geophysics, seismology and hydrometeorology related activities; statistics; agriculture; forestry; tourism; nature protection; cultural and natural heritage; environmental protection, and alike.

An analytical and documentation basis shall comprise a listing and appropriate excerpts on the facts and situation or issues relevant for the elaboration of the plan (information; reports; communications; analyses; studies; expertises; reviews; solutions and recommendations upon a tender; expert opinions; programs; plans; projects; cartographic publications; excerpts from records; minutes; Articles from print media; excerpts from text books and other scientific and professional publications; film; video and audio clips; and alike).

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Synthesis representation
Article 16

During the preparation of an analytical and documentation basis, a synthesis of the textual and graphic representations of the relevant studies; study addendums; offprints; experises; documentation on the land users and owners; balances, and alike shall be developed. When there is insufficient appropriate information about certain fields relevant to a development planning, it shall be possible to have additional researches aimed at developing separate studies, surveys and expert opinions in certain fields for finding solutions to space related specific issues. For developing the Spatial Plan of Montenegro; a spatial plan of a specialpurpose area; a detailed spatial plan; and a spatial and urban plan of a local self-government unit, it shall be mandatory to prepare basic studies and researches during the development of an analytical and documentation basis.

d. General documentation Content


Article 17

Along with planning documents, in accordance with the Law on Spatial Planning and Construction of Buildings (hereinafter: the Law) the following general documentation shall be enclosed: 1. a decision to draft the planning document with terms of reference, stating the number of the Official Gazette of Montenegro in which it was published; 2. an approval with the official seal of the competent authority, i.e. of the body in charge of preliminary activities; 3. a license held by a business company or a foreign person to develop a planning documentation, as well as a license held by the planner in charge and the registration numbers of the pertinent licenses held by respective planners; 4. guidelines, requirements and documentation of competent authorities and institutions, gathered during a plan development; 5. requirements for providing opinions and opinions provided from competent institutions and public authorities on a pre-draft planning

6. statement by the body responsible for preliminary activities on the

conformity of planning documents with the Law; 7. a decision to approve a draft plan and to refer it to public discussion, including also the schedule of such public discussion; 8. a short version of a planning document, for the purpose of public discussion; 9. a report on public discussion, i.e. on a repeated public discussion; 10. an expert evaluation of comments received in a public discussion, with the opinion of a plan contractor to each comment to a draft plan, i.e. to a repeated draft plan; 11. a report on the Strategic Environmental Impact Assessment (if an obligation to develop it has been prescribed) of a planning document, for which the approval has been given by the authority of state administration competent for environmental issues or the competent local government authority; 12. an approval by the state administration authority responsible for the planning activities for a draft planning document; 13. a decision to adopt a planning document with the contents prescribed by the law, stating the number of the Official gazette of Montenegro in which it was published; 14. data of a public tender procedure for planning and architectural conceptual design development, if such procedure was conducted;

document;

2. National planning documents 2.


The Spatial Plan of Montenegro
Article 18 In accordance with elements under Article 20 of the Law, the Spatial Plan of Montenegro shall contain: 1. implementation of national spatial planning and development policies, depending on regional and local geographical conditions and development opportunities; 2. the basis for guiding and harmonizing spatial development, spatial organization, development priorities and territorial units of common spatial and development features for which lower rank plans will be developed; 3. issues, fields and modes of cross-border and international cooperation in the field of spatial planning and development; 4. localization of public structures and networks of national interest, in

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5. policies and regimes of protection of natural and cultural values, 6.


The Spatial Plan of Montenegro shall be based on a balanced development, complementarity of rural and urban areas and the use of spatial potentials, through active interregional and intermunicipal cooperation and the participation of local stakeholders in spatial planning and development. The Spatial Plan of Montenegro shall be the starting point for coordinating development documents for certain areas and activities, as well as their measures relevant to space, that may not contravene this planning document. The Spatial Plan of Montenegro shall define the basic spatial planning micro units of common spatial and development features (regions as functional and development units; protected areas; zones of national and regional importance; network and rank of centers, and alike) and it shall particularly specify the least area of the space governed under this planning document. The Spatial Plan of Montenegro shall include also guidelines referring to: - drawing up sector-level studies, analyses, programs and projects; - development of Spatial Information System; - legislative initiatives. monuments and landscapes; policy of developing marginal, less developed or degraded areas.

line with objectives of spatial development;

Special purpose spatial plan


Article 19

A special purpose spatial plan in accordance with the Article 21 of the Law shall be approved for those spatial units and contact areas the specificities of which are being ascertained by one or more particular purposes or activities or functions of national interest to be practiced in space such as national park, nature reserve, coastal zone, shore zone, recreation and tourism area, cultural and historical area, open-pit mines for extracting mineral resources, etc. A special purpose spatial plan may be approved for the territories of two or several municipalities of the same regional characteristics (geographic

features, natural resources, development potentials, protected areas, and alike).

A special purpose spatial plan shall be of the structure and contents that reflect the specificities of purpose of areas for which such plan is approved.

Depending on the features of the area for which it shall be approved, a spatial plan for a special-purpose zone shall include also:

A special purpose spatial plan under the paragraph 1 of this Article shall include particularly the following: 1. description of an area for which such plan is approved; 2. area covered by such plan, which shall be governed by local planning documents, i.e. by a municipal spatial and urban plan; 3. special-purpose units and sub-units and zones of preservation; 4. allocation of special-purpose zones, with balances of the planned purposes and amenities; 5. cost-effectiveness analysis and social acceptance evaluation of the planned special-purpose activities, facilities and functions; 6. guidelines for drafting a spatial and urban plan of a local selfgovernment unit for the areas not intended to be governed under any national study of location; 7. guidelines for drafting a national study of location for defined zones and units; 8. elements of a detailed elaboration (at the level of state study of location) if they are component parts of this planning document; 9. other measures and requirements matching the needs and characteristics of the use of area for which such plan is approved.

- for national park areas and other larger areas of natural assets:

rules for planning and use according to an established regime of the preservation of certain natural assets; - for the coastal zone and a wider coastal area: rules for planning, use and protection according to regimes intended for already defined units, land and sea zones; - for a tourist area: rules of spatial and land use planning for different tourism purposes and amenities (tourist settlements and services, skiing grounds, camp sites and alike); layout of complementary functions (hunting, fishing, picnic, agriculture, water management, crafts, protection of nature and immovable cultural property, and alike; tourism projects related feasibility study and environmental impact assessment; - for an area of immovable cultural property of great importance: rules of planning and use of space in either a narrower or a wider zone according to an established regime of cultural property protection;

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- for an area of open-pit mine for extracting mineral resources:

Detailed spatial plan

harmonization of spatial, economic, social, technologic and ecologic criteria in designing the development, planning and rehabilitation of such planning area; method of reducing the scope of permanent or temporary occupation of a land used for excavation and primary processing of mineral resources; method of relocating settlements, roads, water courses, technical infrastructure and alike from such zone of excavation of mineral resources; spatial, economic, social and property and law aspects of population move; reclamation of degraded areas, and landscape rehabilitation and reconstruction after the mining works. Article 20

In accordance with the Article 22 of the Law, a detailed spatial plan shall be approved particularly for: public/government buildings of general importance; capital projects; industrial, warehouses and free zones; concession areas; areas for the construction of tourist settlements and resorts; recreation, health and similar facilities; riparian zone adjacent to lakes, rivers and other watercourses.

A detailed spatial plan from the paragraph 1 of this Article, shall include in particular the following: - description of an area for which such plan is approved; - excerpts from The Spatial Plan of Montenegro, special purpose spatial plan and planning documents of local self-government units referring to the area the plan is enacted for; - general-purpose units and sub-units (corridors and spaces) and protection zones, namely buffer zones; - guidelines and measures for such plan implementation; - elements of detailed elaboration (at the level of state study of location) if they are a component part of the planning document.

National Study of Location


Article 21

In accordance with the Article 23 of the Law, national study of location shall be approved for the foreseen areas within the area covered by a special purpose spatial plan and that are not governed in details under such plan.

A national study of location from the paragraph 1 of this Article shall comprise

The solutions proposed under a national study of location shall be functionally adapted to the immediate hinterland, i.e. to the particular area out of the area covered by the special purpose spatial plan.

in particular the following: - description of an area for which such plan is approved; - excerpts from a relevant special purpose spatial plan and the planning documents relevant to such area; - assessment of the current condition of spatial planning; - allotment plan, elements urban regulation; urban and technical requirements for the construction of buildings and spatial planning in the zones under a detailed elaboration (spatial arrangement, capacity, building coverage and open spaces; lot coverage and occupancy index; the number of areas and buildings users, i.e. the number of residents and employees; urban plot sizes; building types, heights and orientation, as well as the maximum number of storeys, the number of flats, gross extended building floor area and alike; building line and boundary line; leveling and grading solutions; requirements for connecting buildings to the roads, infrastructure systems and communal services buildings , ); - guidelines for the incorporation of the buildings constructed without a building permit into such planning document;

3. Local planning documents

Spatial and urban plan of a local self-government unit


Article 22

According to the Article 25 of the Law, a spatial and urban plan of a local selfgovernment unit shall be drafted and approved for the territory of a local self-government unit.

A spatial and urban plan of a local self-government unit shall govern the basic spatial units as being spatial and functional units identified by the same or similar features of the status of organization, planning and use of space (natural and artificial conditions; the manner of using lands and buildings, and alike) or by the same or related or mutually complementary spatial potentials and, according thereto, by the planned land use. The spatial units (such as settlements, local communities, cadastral municipality, statistical areas and alike) that were designated based on specific regulations may be established as spatial and functional units only if the requirements prescribed under paragraph 2 above have been met.

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A spatial and urban plan of the local self-government unit shall be harmonized with the special purpose spatial plans defining parts of local self-government areas. A spatial and urban plan of a local self-government unit shall comprise several levels of consideration, namely the one for the entire space of such local selfgovernment unit and that for the central space of such local self-government unit, as well as the one for other centers and settlements.

As for the entire space of a local self-government unit, a spatial and urban plan from the paragraph 1 above shall also include the following: 1. spatial planning strategy; 2. guidelines and grounds for districting and grouping of settlements; 3. guidelines for drafting detailed urban plans, urban designs and local studies of location; 4. guidelines for the construction on areas for which no detailed urban plan or urban design or local study of location is anticipated to be drafted; 5. plan of reconstruction and/or rehabilitation of old and degraded parts of settlements, with specified measures of urban reconstruction, as well as of degraded areas outside settlements; 6. guidelines for the treatment of unarranged settlements or buildings constructed without building permit; A general urban design plan shall be mandatory drafted for a local selfgovernment unit core and for other centers and inhabited localities if required.

A general urban design plan shall be based on a long-term strategy and concept of spatial planning and development, and it shall contain the basic concepts and parameters for the construction of buildings according to the type and purpose. In any of the cases referred to under paragraph 7 above, a spatial and urban plan of a local self-government unit shall comprise: 1. indicators and assessment of the status of organization, planning and use of space; 2. data on planning categories by individual units zones (spatial arrangement of areas and important buildings; capacities; necessary undeveloped and developed areas; qualitative and quantitative features of the planned structures; the number of the users of occupancy units and buildings, i.e. the number of residents and the number of employees); 3. basic requirements for the use of space and buildings; 4. general measures for the protection areas, buildings, environmental values, natural resources and cultural and historical assets;

5. rehabilitation and reconstruction review and plan of informal

For the identified other centers and settlements, a spatial and urban plan of a local self-government unit shall contain guidelines with urban and technical requirements for spatial planning and development that shall govern: 1. planning of the settlements cores; 2. method of delineating building plots; 3. requirements for setting boundary lines for and leveling of roads; 4. method of water and energy supplying, and of providing telecommunication infrastructure; 5. spatial planning for economic activities and buildings of public importance; 6. requirements for setting boundary lines for buildings; 7. requirements for environmental protection and preservation of cultural and environmental heritage, and alike; A spatial and urban plan of a local self-government unit shall comprise the rules of development and the rules of construction for the entire local selfgovernment area. Article 23

buildings, parts of settlements and settlements constructed without building permit; 6. infrastructure system networks in settlements, with possibilities to connect (to roads, energy and water supply systems and communal services buildings).

The rules of development shall define general urban and architectural requirements for spatial planning and organization of settlements that improve living conditions, preserve the land favorable for agriculture and forestry, natural values and natural environment of such settlements and any neighboring settlement and region, as well as adapt the infrastructure construction and alike.

Depending on the character of a settlement and local circumstances, the rules of development shall comprise: 1. description and criteria for division to zones or units according to morphologic, planning, historic and ambient, designed and other characteristics, with an emphasis on central zones of a settlement; 2. construction land provided with necessary minimum of road and communal services infrastructure; 3. equipping with communal services, and the use thereof until equipping with the full infrastructure (boiling-rooms, septic tanks, water-wells, water-tanks, electric heating, air conditioners, common areas maintenance and alike);

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4. rules and conditions for the protection of cultural property and


Construction rules shall be defined for the zones and units identified under the rules of development. Construction rules shall contain the requirements relevant to the construction of buildings and that refer to urban plots by zones or units, according to the specificities and needs of a settlement. Construction rules shall ensure the preservation and improvement of the construction heritage, construction tradition and artificial settlement values, as well as supplementary ones to the existing and creation of new urban values, renewal and reconstruction of historical and environmental units.

5. rules of landscape and open space development; 6. other elements important to the implementation of such plan.

ambient units;

Depending on the character of settlement and local circumstances, construction rules shall determine also: 1. minimum and maximum permitted width for street frontage for building plots; 2. minimum and maximum permitted area for an urban plot according to its purpose; 3. basic parameters of designing and materialization of buildings; 4. basic parameters of energy efficiency in buildings; 5. requirements for the renewal and reconstruction of existing buildings; 6. minimum requirements for the inclusion and legalizing of informal buildings constructed without building permit (if they are not constructed on existing or planned public areas and infrastructure corridors); 7. relation of the building lines and boundary lines; 8. minimum and maximum permitted height for buildings; 9. minimum and maximum permitted number of floors for buildings; 10. determining roof pitch, inclination angle and opening, as well as roofing and alike; 11. regulations governing carrying out activities within land plots and buildings of multiple purpose; craft shops, small business and other activities; factories and facilities for production and industry business companies; as well as the measures that must provide the environment with the complete protection against pollution; 12. firefighting measures; regulations governing the construction of certain elements of buildings and other structures (building materials, facades, roofs etc.); 13. general and special provisions governing technical, hygienic, aesthetic and safety requirements for certain types of buildings.

Detailed urban plan


Article 25

According to the Article 26 of the Law, a detailed urban plan shall be mandatory approved for all settlements and parts of settlements for which it has been provided for under a spatial and urban plan of a local self-government unit.

A detailed urban plan shall not deviate from the rules of development and construction defined by the spatial and urban plan of the local self-government unit.

A detailed urban plan from the paragraph 1 of this Article shall also include the following: - description of an area for which such plan is approved; - assessment of the current condition of spatial planning; - elements of urban regulation and urban and technical requirements for the construction of buildings and spatial planning (spatial arrangement; capacities; building coverage; open spaces; lot coverage and occupancy index; the number of users of occupancy units and buildings, i.e. the number of employees and residents; urban plot sizes; building types, heights and orientation, as well as the maximum number of storeys, the number of flats, gross extended building floor areas and alike; building line and boundary lines; leveling and grading solutions; requirements for connecting buildings to the roads, infrastructure systems and communal services buildings, ); - comparative tables of current and planned balances and capacities (by planning units) - guidelines for handling informal buildings constructed without building permit;

A detailed urban plan may contain also a review of locations of buildings for public use are and the ones of general public interests; spaces and capacities intended for public functions; public spaces and public green spaces, as well as localities and zones for which it is required to announce a public tender for planning and architecture works.

Urban design
Article 25

According to the Article 27 of the Law, urban design may be approved, if it has been provided for under a spatial and urban plan of a local self-government

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unit, for a smaller area that will be subject to a significant and more complex development, i.e. that represents particularly specific units.

An urban design from the paragraph 1 of this Article shall include also: - description of an area for which such plan is approved; - elements of urban regulation and urban and technical requirements for the construction of buildings and spatial planning (spatial arrangement; capacities; building coverage; open spaces; lot coverage and occupancy index; the number of users of occupancy units and buildings, i.e. the number of residents and employees; urban plot sizes; building types, heights and orientation, as well as the maximum number of storeys, the number of flats, gross extended building floor areas and alike; building line and boundary lines; leveling and grading solutions; points and requirements for connecting buildings to the roads, infrastructure systems and communal services buildings, ); - comparative tables of current and planned balances and capacities (by planning units)

An urban design may comprise alternative solutions as well.

An urban design shall not deviate from the rules of development and construction defined by the spatial and urban plan of the local selfgovernment unit. An urban design shall contain in particular: - the site layout of urban design and landscape design plans, that is the layout of buildings with leveling and boundary line solutions; - conceptual designs of buildings (principles and descriptions, cross sections and appearances, outlines, roofs, colors, equipment details), - site layout of roads; - joint display of utility infrastructure with connections to the exterior distribution networks, or conceptual designs of utility infrastructure with coinciding plans for larger complexes and, if necessary, plans of individual installations and structures if necessary (position and sections), - land and undeveloped areas development plan,(greenery, pavement, urban equipment) - analyses of planned structures fitting in to the context (visual impact study, 3D model, model).

Local study of location


Article 26

According to the Article 28 of the Law, a local study of location may be approved for the areas within the coverage of the spatial and urban plan of local-self-government unit for which drafting of the detailed urban plan and urban design has not been planned

A local study of location from the paragraph 1 of this Article shall also comprise: - the boundaries of an area for which such plan is approved; - allotment plan, and elements urban grading, and urban and technical requirements for the construction of buildings and spatial planning (spatial arrangement; capacities; building coverage; open spaces; lot coverage and occupancy index; the number of users of occupancy units and buildings, i.e. the number of residents and employees; urban plot sizes; building types, heights and orientation, as well as the maximum number of storeys, the number of flats, extend building floor areas and alike; building line and boundary lines; leveling and grading solutions; requirements to connect buildings to the roads, infrastructure systems and communal services infrastructure, ); - comparative tables review of the existing and planned spatial balances and capacities (per spatial unit). - guidelines for the incorporation of the informal buildings constructed without building permit; Local study of location shall not deviate from the rules of development and construction defined by the spatial and urban plan of the local selfgovernment unit.

III PLANNING DOCUMENT FORMAT


Analogue and digital format
Article 27

The form of a planning document shall present structure and format in which the planning document shall be drawn up and submitted to the one responsible for preparing the work on elaboration and the approval of the planning document. For the purposes of presentation and filing, both analogue and digital format of a planning document shall be made.
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A planning document in the analogue format shall include one or more books of A4 or A3 format, containing necessary documentation as referred to under Articles 2 of this Rulebook. A planning document in the digital format shall be submitted to the competent institutions in the format of spatial database.

The digital format must be of such kind that ensures a reproduction of the analogue format of a planning document in line with the graphical symbols.

Drafting and presentation


Article 28

Planning documents shall be drawn up on updated topographic and cadastral maps and plans made in digital format and presented in analogue format drawn up on paper, and they must be updated and of identical context. Topographic and cadastral maps and plans, in both analogue and digital format, that are used as bases for drafting planning documents shall be drafted, issued and verified in accordance with regulations governing land survey and real estate cadastre and keeping such survey and land registry.

Cartographic representations and graphical representation addendums, as appendices and illustrations, may be drawn up also on other layers (cartograms, photoplans, photomaps, orthophotographs, satellite images). Cartographic representations and graphical representation addendums may be divided into several parts that, when associated, present a whole. The points of their association must be indicated on each individual sheet.

Cartographic representation content


Article 29

Each cartographic representation or graphical addendum of a planning document shall contain in particular the following: 1. the Clients name and logo; 2. the title of such planning document; 3. the indication of such planning documents drafting stage (draft, proposal, plan);

4. the designation and scale of a map, and its sequence number; 5. the year and month in which such plan was drawn up; 6. the name, logo, and seal of such plan contractor, i.e. business company 7. the name/s of any responsible planner or planers; 8. the standard initials of cardinal points and wind rose; 9. captions consisting of the applied symbols, colors and hatchings, in
or foreign person; accordance with the present Rulebook. Article 30

Content of the planning document cover page

Short version

The title page of a planning document shall include in particular the following: - the Clients name and logo; - the title of such planning document; - the indication of such planning documents drafting stage (draft, proposal, plan); - the name and logo of the business company or foreign person that is such plan contractor. Article 31

A plan contractor shall be under an obligation to prepare the short version of the textual part of a planning document and of its part containing graphical representations drawn to adequate scales, for the purposes of involving the public into the procedure of such plan elaboration. Such short version must be presented in a manner that the users of space can easily understand it. As a rule it contains: basic planning assumptions, comparative presentation of actual and planned balances, resume of economic analysis and projections, synthesis map of the actual state and the planned solution. Article 32

Presentation

Planning documents shall be prepared for their presentation on the Internet page of the one responsible for preparatory work as well.

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Such Internet presentation shall include the textual part and the graphical representations part of each plan. The textual parts of planning documents shall be prepared in the protected format. Graphical part of planning documents shall be presented in such format suitable for web search and in such resolutions of at least 72 and 96 dpi respectively.

IV LAND USE CATEGORIES


General and detailed categories
Article 33

Planning documents shall govern general and detailed land use categories, as well as specific regimes of the use.

General land use categories


Article 34

General land use categories referred to under paragraph 1 above shall be applicable to planning documents the segments of which are drawn to 1 : 100,000, 1 : 50,000, 1 : 25,000 and 1 : 10,000 scales respectively.

A planning document shall govern general land use categories, as follows: 1. settlement areas, 2. agricultural areas, 3. forest areas, 4. water areas, 5. other natural areas, 6. areas of technical infrastructure, 7. special-purpose areas and areas subjected to special-use regimes.

Settlement areas
Article 35

Settlement areas shall comprise construction lands (either developed or undeveloped areas intended for housing, work and relaxation; public buildings; infrastructure and special-purpose areas; landscapes) and nonconstruction lands (areas that have not been intended for any construction). Actual and planned construction land is defined by the special purpose spatial plan and spatial and urban plan of local self-government.

Each settlement that is considered as spatial and functional unit or several settlements spatially and functionally joined into one unit which, based on planning assumptions, have prerequisites for a further development, shall be allocated a construction land where the development of new and the improvement of already existing capacities shall take place according to the criteria provided for under the present Rulebook, natural conditions, environmental protection criterions, population distribution, planned economic activities, construction of infrastructure systems and the network of public institutions.

Agricultural areas
Article 36

According to the special regulation, agricultural areas shall be divided into arable land, other agricultural land and nurseries.

Forest areas
Article 37

According to the special regulation, forest areas shall be divided into commercial forests, protective forests and special purpose forests.

Water areas
Article 38

According to the special regulation, water areas shall be divided into areas of

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water and areas of water assets with categorized water assets (1st category: water assets of importance to Montenegro; 2nd category: water assets of local importance; 3rd category: water assets of no public interest).

Other natural areas


Article 39

Other natural areas shall include barren lands, screes, rocky area, steep rocky slopes, rocky shores, sandy and pebble beaches, and other.

Areas of technical infrastructure


Article 40

Areas of technical infrastructure shall include areas and corridors of road and other infrastructure, and areas for waste treatment, recovery and disposal.

Special-purposes areas
Article 41

Special-purposes areas and special use-regime areas shall include: areas of importance to national defense; mineral deposits and excavation areas; concession areas; exterritorial areas; protected areas.

Detailed land use categories


Article 43

A planning document determines detailed land use categories as follows:

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

residential areas, areas for central activities areas for tourism, areas for education and social protection, areas for health protection, areas for culture,

Detailed land use categories referred to under paragraph 1 above shall be governed under planning documents the elements of which are drawn to 1: 5,000 and 1 : 2,500 scales respectively, and/or the categories and subcategories referred to under Articles from 42 through 67 inclusive shall be governed under detailed plans that are drawn to 1 : 1,000 and 1 : 500 scales respectively.

7. areas for sport and recreation, 8. areas for industry and production, 9. areas for multiple purposes, 10. areas for landscape development areas of urban greenery, 11. areas for agriculture, 12. forest areas, 13. sea areas, 14. water areas on land, 15. other natural areas, 16. areas of road infrastructure, 17. areas of other and utility infrastructure and facilities, 18. areas for waste treatment, recovery and disposal 19. cemeteries, 20. religious buildings, 21. reserve areas, 22. mineral deposits and excavation areas, 23. areas of importance to national defense;

Residential areas
Article 43

Residential areas shall be those areas governed under a planning document as intended mainly for permanent and temporary habitation.

A planning document may provide for single-family or several-family habitations that, as a rule, may not be planned to be in the same block. Family habitations shall be in the buildings of up to 500m and with four separate residential units at the most. Depending on the type, residential areas may be of different gross population densities: - low density ranging up to 120 inhabitants/ha - medium density ranging from 120 to 250 inhabitants/ha - high density ranging from 250 to 500 inhabitants/ha - very high density ranging from 500 to 1,000 inhabitants/ha.

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The parameters referred to under indents 1, 2 and 3 of paragraph 2 above shall pertain to all settlements, whereas the parameters referred to under indent 4 shall pertain to inhabited places with more than 80,000 inhabitants.

The areas referred to under paragraph 1 above may be designated by a planning document for buildings that in no way shall disarrange the basic land use and that shall serve everyday needs of the inhabitants of such areas, as follows: - stores and hospitality buildings, tourist accommodation, business premises located on the ground floor and mezzanines of residential buildings; - buildings for administration, culture, education, health care, social care, sport and recreation and religious buildings, all serving everyday needs of the inhabitants of such area; - infrastructure and network facilities; - parking lots and garages for the users (occupants and staff) and visitors vehicles; - stations for supplying motor vehicles with fuels (petrol stations), in line with the technical regulations.

Areas for central activities


Article 44

Areas for central activities shall be those areas that are intended by a planning document mainly to accommodate central, i.e. business, commercial and service activities and they shall be characteristics of settlements centers.

Exceptionally from the mainly intended use and compatibly to it also the following may be planned for the areas referred to under paragraph 1 of this Article: - residential buildings and business apartments, - infrastructure facilities and networks;

The areas referred to under paragraph 1 above may be planned also for: - hospitality and tourist accommodation buildings; - shopping centers (malls), exhibition centers and fairgrounds; - business and administration premises, buildings for culture, education, health and social protection, religious buildings, facilities for sports and recreation; - industry facilities, warehouses and storehouses that do not present any substantial disarrangement to the main use, - utilities and service facilities of public and business companies that serve the needs of the area.

- parking lots and garages for staff, users and visitors vehicles; - stations for supplying motor vehicles with fuel (petrol stations),
provided that they have been released special requirements in line with technical regulations.

Areas for tourism


Article 45

The areas referred to under paragraph 1 above may be planned for the following building complexes and buildings: 1. for accommodation of tourists: - hotels (T1) - tourism settlements (T2), - motels, organized and temporary campsites, mountaineering huts and hunting huts, youth hostels, resorts (T3); 2. for providing food and drink services;

Areas for tourism shall be those areas that are intended by a planning document primarily for tourism development.

Exceptionally from the mainly intended use and compatibly to it, also the following may be planned for the areas referred to under paragraph 1 of this Article: - buildings and facilities of business, commercial and service activities, sports and recreation; - nautical tourism ports marinas, moorings, anchorages (NT) - infrastructure facilities and networks; - parking lots and garages for staff and users and visitors vehicles; - stations for supplying motor vehicle with fuel (petrol stations), provided that they have been released special requirements in line with the law. The areas referred to under paragraph 1 above may not be planned for buildings of temporary and permanent habitations (apartments, tourist accommodation and alike).

Areas for education and social protection


Article 46

Areas for education and social protection shall be those areas that are intended by a planning document primarily for education, science and social protection.

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The areas referred to under paragraph 1 above may be planned for: 1. elementary schools, 2. secondary schools, 3. special schools, 4. universities and academies, 5. university campuses, 6. scientific institutions and research centers, 7. dormitories and canteens for pupils and students, 8. buildings and institutions that, according to a special regulation, correspond to the characteristics of the area. The areas for social protection may be planned for the following: - preschool institutions (kindergartens, nursery, etc.), - nursing homes, - homes for persons with special needs, - buildings and institutions that are, according to a special regulation, suitable to the characteristics of the area.

Exceptionally from the mainly intended use and compatibly to it also the following may be planned for the areas referred to under paragraph 1 of this Article: - sports facilities and grounds, - parking lots and garages for users (staff and visitors) vehicles; - infrastructure facilities and networks;

Areas for health protection


Article 47

Areas for health protection shall be those areas that are intended by a planning document for the construction of buildings of health care systemrelated functions.

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

The areas referred to under paragraph 1 above may be planned for: clinical centers, hospitals, health centers, outpatient clinics, health stations, institutes, clinics and polyclinics, sanatoriums, other health facilities, buildings and institutions that, according to a special regulation, correspond to the characteristics of the areas.

Exceptionally from the mainly intended use and compatibly to it also the following may be planned for the areas referred to under paragraph 1 of this Article: - buildings and facilities of business, commercial ad service activities; - specialized health tourism buildings; - parking lots and garages for users (staff and visitors) vehicles; - infrastructure facilities and networks.

Areas for culture


Article 48

Areas for culture shall be those areas which are intended by a planning document for culture and art development.

Exceptionally from the mainly intended use and compatibly to it also the following may be planned for the areas referred to under paragraph 1 of this Article: - buildings and facilities of business, commercial and service activities; - parking lots and garages for users (staff and visitors) vehicles; - infrastructure facilities and networks;

On the areas referred to under paragraph 1 above the following may be planned: - culture centers, museums, galleries, libraries, theatres, cinemas, ethnic galleries, archives, film archives, archaeological, ethnic and memorial parks, and other buildings for culture, - buildings and institutions that, according to special regulation, correspond to the characteristics of the area.

Areas for sports and recreation


Article 49

Areas for sports and recreation shall be those areas that are intended by a planning document primarily for development of sports and recreation facilities. On the areas referred to under paragraph 1 above the following may be planned building complexes and facilities for outdoor and indoor sports, such as:
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1. playing fields, i.e. football stadiums, athletics grounds and handball,

On the areas referred to under paragraph 1 above the following may also be planned: 1. hospitality buildings; 2. smaller buildings for accommodation of visitors and sportsmen; 3. objects and facilities of business, commercial and service activities; 4. parking lots and garages for vehicles of visitors, audience and users of sports grounds and facilities. 5. parking lots and garages for users (staff and visitors) vehicles; 6. infrastructure facilities and networks;

basketball, volleyball, tennis courts and beach volleyball courts, etc.; 2. sport halls; 3. sports grounds for all kinds of outdoor sports; 4. swimming pools and swimming areas; 5. developed and constructed swimming areas; 6. skating rinks and ice halls for hockey and other ice sports; 7. racetracks (velodrome; car racetracks; hippodromes; motor boats racing waterways; rowing tracks; motocross tracks; mountain biking tracks; white-water rapid kayaking routes, etc.); 8. homogenous (approved and verified) race tracks for different sports competitions; 9. sport shooting ranges; 10. golf courses; 11. aqua parks; 12. natural rock formations and man-made rock walls for sport free rock climbing; 13. other ground, ranges and areas for other extreme sports; 14. start and finish points for paragliding, parachuting and ultra light aircrafts; 15. skateboard arenas and roller skating rinks; 16. trim tracks and fitness trails; 17. biking and horse riding routes; 18. Alpine skiing, Nordic skiing and snowboarding tracks; biathlon tracks and areas; half-pipe and acrobatic skiing tracks; tracks for bob and skeleton; take-off ramps (jumps) and ski flying jumping hills; sled riding tracks, etc.; 19. snowmobile driving roads/trails, track for one horse open sleigh; 20. mountain (marked) tracks; 21. additional sports and recreation functional facilities (locker rooms, toilets, showers, cableways, ski lifts, passengers cable cars, devices and installations for artificial snow, control points, lifeguard points, storerooms for sports equipment, etc.).

Areas for industry and production


Article 50

Areas for industry and production shall be those areas that are intended by a planning document for development of economy not allowed in other areas.

Exceptionally, the areas referred to under paragraph 1 above may be planned to accommodate: - buildings and facilities of business, commercial and service activities; - accommodation and health care buildings, kindergartens and recreation grounds for the purposes of the foregoing buildings; - parking lots and garages for the users (staff and visitors) vehicles.

The areas referred to under paragraph 1 above may be planned to accommodate: 1. economic facilities, production-based crafts, warehouses, storehouse, goods distribution centers, refineries, flotation plants, smelter plants, steelworks, asphalt and concrete factories, hazardous and explosive material warehouses and alike; 2. servicing zones; 3. free zones and warehouses; 4. infrastructure facilities and networks; 5. utilities and services facilities of public and business companies; 6. stations for supplying motor vehicles with fuels (petrol stations).

Areas for multiple purposes


Article 51

Areas for multiple purposes shall be those areas that are foreseen for habitation and other purposes, which are not substantially disadvantageous to the habitation and of which none is prevailing. The areas referred to under paragraph 1 above may be planned by a planning document also to accommodate: - residential buildings; - buildings that do not disturb habitation and that are available provide the area with supplies; - stores, buildings for administration, culture, education, health and social protection, sports and recreation, religious buildings and other buildings of public services satisfying the needs of the area inhabitants;

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hospitality and tourist accommodation buildings; industry facilities, warehouses and storehouses not presenting a substantial disturbance to mainly intended use; facilities of utility services that serve the needs of the inhabitants of the area; stations for supplying motor vehicles with fuels (petrol stations), in accordance with the special regulation. parking lots and garages for users (staff and visitors) vehicles; infrastructure facilities and networks; parking places and garages for users vehicles (employees and visitors).

Areas for landscape development within settlements


Article 52

Areas for landscape development within settlements and the elements of urban greenery system shall be classified as green and open public, restricted and special-purpose spaces.

Green and public open spaces shall be parks (urban and country parks, multifunctional, sports, children, amusement and aqua parks, and alike); recreation zones between residential building blocks; forest parks; developed shores; nature parks; squares; piazzas; pedestrian streets; roadside greenery; open spaces around residential buildings and building blocks; open spaces around administration and business buildings; and other spaces. Restricted-use green and public open spaces shall be: sports and recreational areas; green spaces and for-tourism open spaces (around hotels and tourist settlements; green spaces of campsites, nautical tourism facilities, health tourism facilities, resorts and hostels, mountain huts and hunting huts); green spaces and open spaces around educational institutions and health care buildings; specialized parks (zoo parks, botanical gardens, memorial parks, ethnic parks etc.); and alike. Special-purpose green and public open spaces shall be: green spaces of cemeteries; protection belts; vertical vegetation; green and open spaces of industrial facilities, warehouses, storehouses, repair shops, free zones and free warehouses; protective corridors for infrastructures (i.e. for hydropower plants, electric power systems, telecommunication, thermal power plants, ) and utility services; areas for reclamation (tailing and ash ponds, former mineral raw material open pits and landfills); areas (landslides, etc.) for remediation; spaces around national/civil defense facilities and military training grounds.

Agricultural areas
Article 53

According to a special regulation, the areas for agriculture shall be classified: - arable lands, gardens, orchards, vineyards, olive-groves, meadows, pastures, reed beds, bogs and wetlands; - other land that, according to its natural features and economic benefits, is or can be used for agricultural production; - nurseries (production of ornamental shrubs and woody and herbaceous plants (trees and flowers)); - areas and facilities for cattle breeding (cattle and other animals breeding farms, summer pastures, horse farms, etc.); - areas for fish ponds, hatcheries and aquaculture. The areas referred to under paragraph 1 above may be planned to accommodate the agricultural land management functional facilities.

Areas for agriculture shall be those areas that are intended by a planning document primarily for agricultural production.

Forest areas
Article 54

Forest areas shall include all the areas covered with woodland trees, i.e. those areas where, due to their natural features and economic benefits, the production of woodland trees is the most profitable activity, as well as those areas that are in direct spatial and economic relation to forests and that serve their use. Forest areas may be classified as commercial forests, protective forests and special purpose forests.

These areas shall be allowed to accommodate the forest management functional facilities, i.e. those activities (farming, protection, development and use of forests; construction and maintenance of forest paths and roads) the performance of which shall provide the maintenance and improvement of the existing growing stock and the advancement of all other forest related functions. It shall be possible to construct also mountain huts and hunting huts.

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Sea areas
Article 55

Sea areas shall include areas of internal seawaters, areas of territorial seawaters, areas of exclusive economic zone and areas of epicontinental shelf.

The areas referred to under paragraph 1 above may be planned to accommodate facilities for exploration and exploitation, as well as for conservation and improvement of marine living and non-living resources, including also sea bottom and underwater resources, while for the purposes of performing other economic activities in line with separate law.

Inland water areas


Article 56

Inland water areas shall include areas of surface waters (rivers, streams, lakes - either natural or artificial - and canals, bogs, wetlands, spring areas, wellsprings, estavelles, brackish waters), and ground waters, saline waters at river deltas where that rivers flow into the sea, mineral waters, thermal and mineral and thermal waters, areas of water resources (including natural and artificial water bodies and water grounds), fresh water springs within territorial sea, riparian seawaters, salt pans and salt refining plants. Planning documents shall mandatory present protected areas (protection areas within the zone of water springs for water supply and within natural swimming (bathing) areas) and endangered areas (flood planes and erosive soils), in line with a separate law, as well as water supply infrastructure facilities provided for under water management plans, flood boundaries and categories of water supply facilities.

Water areas may be planned to accommodate buildings, other structures, or a group of structures with appertaining facilities that make a technical i.e. technological unit and serve the performance of water related activity in line with separate law, as follows: - water supply facilities and systems; - infrastructure (facilities intended for development of watercourses and protection against damaging effects of waters; facilities used for water monitoring; as well as natural and artificial watercourses included in the system of water bodies); - facilities for technical and industrial exploitation of hydropower

derived from the energy of watercourses and other water areas for generating electric energy (small and large hydro power plant (HPP)).

Other natural areas


Article 57

Other natural areas shall be: shrubberies, macchia, garrigue, steep rocky slopes (crags), rock creeps (screes), rocky shores, sandy and pebble beaches, and other similar barren lands.

Areas of road infrastructure


Article 58

Areas of road infrastructure shall be intended for facilities and infrastructure corridors of road, railway, and air and water traffic.

In order to provide undisturbed functioning of road infrastructure systems, structures and devices, as well as to provide their protection, protection zones, i.e. safety zones shall be planned to be accommodated and developed alongside infrastructure routes, i.e. alongside infrastructure facilities. Separate laws and regulations shall define in more details the width and other requirements for planning and development of appropriate protective belts, i.e. safety zones for road infrastructure.

The areas referred to under paragraph 1 above may be planned to accommodate accompanying amenities of road infrastructure, which refer to: - transportation functional facilities used for maintenance, management and ensuring faster, safer, more comfortable and reliable transport of goods and passengers (ports; facilities of port authorities; airports; railway, bus and truck stations), as well as buildings, i.e. bases intended for maintenance, control and management of all types of transportation and charging for tolls / services and alike; - nautical tourism ports marinas, moorings, anchorages; - facilities for the needs of users, which include: stations for fuel supply (petrol stations), motels, shops, parking lots, lay-bys, repair shops etc; - public garages and parking lots.

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As a rule, whenever it is possible, areas of road and other infrastructure systems are mutually harmonized.

Areas for other infrastructure


Article 59

Areas for other infrastructure shall be intended under a planning document to be used for and to serve the construction of telecommunication, electric power systems, hydropower plants, utilities and infrastructural services using pipes as transporting ducts for oil, gas, ash and cinder, except road infrastructure. The areas referred to under paragraph 1 above may be planned to accommodate the following: 1. telecommunication infrastructure facilities: structures, networks, base stations and antenna masts / phone towers for land and mobile telephony respectively; cable distribution system; underwater and submarine telecommunication cables; RTV station repeaters; PTT communication systems; and police, military, public administration and public authorities communication systems and services; 2. electric power systems: facilities for generation of electric power (HPP, PHS,SH, TPP), solar and wind power plants, electricity substations of all voltage transformation levels, above ground and underground transmission lines and low-voltage networks; 3. water supply infrastructure facilities shall include: dams; accumulations; delivery pipelines; pumping stations; electrical arc interruption chamber; retention basins; irrigation and drainage canals; reservoirs; pumping stations; water intakes; source areas; immediate protection zones; sanitary protection zones; storm drain (drainage well) systems; sewerage facilities; wastewater treatment plants; submarine discharges / outlet pipes; regulated and unregulated watercourse beds; coast retaining walls; embankment dams; breakwaters; and other hydrotechnical structures. 4. utility infrastructure facilities: rendering plants, cattle graveyards, and alike 5. facilities for the transportation of oil, gas and petroleum derivatives: pipelines (overground, underground, underwater and undersea); pumping stations; reservoirs (overground and underground); and decanting installations; principal measuring and control stations (PMCS) and measuring and control stations (MCS); 6. facilities used for coal, ore, ash and cinder transportation, i.e. conveyor belts, ducts and cableways.

Exceptionally from the prevailing intended use and compatibly to it ,the areas referred to under paragraph 1 above may be planned to accommodate: - buildings and facilities for business, commercial and service activities; - parking lots and garages for users (staff and visitors) vehicles. Construction of infrastructure systems, structures and plants shall be done in line with the planning document and based on the strategic plan for an infrastructure system concerned, that shall be harmonized with each other.

In order to provide undisturbed functioning of infrastructural systems, structures and plants, as well as to provide their protection, protection belts, i.e. protection zones shall be planned to be situated and developed alongside infrastructure routes, i.e. alongside infrastructure facilities according to the special regulations. As a rule, when ever possible, areas of all infrastructure system shall be mutually harmonized.

Areas for waste treatment, recovery and disposal


Article 60

Areas for the treatment, recovery and disposal of waste (waste management) shall be those areas intended for the treatment and disposal of waste.

The areas referred to under paragraph 1 above may be planned to accommodate the waste management functional facilities, in line with separate regulations:

The areas intended for waste disposal should be planed to be subject to reclamation and rehabilitation with regards to the applied technology and the environmental protection requirements.

Areas for cemeteries


Article 61

Areas for cemeteries shall be those areas that are intended by a planning document for burial of deceased persons. As a rule, any settlement shall have one cemetery in function, and/or several cemeteries if required by specific reasons.
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accommodate accompanying cemetery functional structures (funeral parlors, sacral buildings, funeral homes for providing necessary equipment and supplies).

A cemetery shall be constructed and developed in line with the plan therefore, whereas according to corresponding regulations.

Areas for religious buildings


Article 62

Areas for religious buildings shall be those that are intended by a planning document for buildings and building complexes where religious ceremonies and other religious activities are held.

The areas referred to under paragraph 1 above shall imply: temples and other edifices for worshipping God, as well as monastery stays, convents, administrative and management buildings, cemeteries, schools and boardingschools, production and other facilities for needs of religious structures.. The areas referred to under paragraph 1 above shall include the ones for habitation and the ones for tourism.

A religious building shall be constructed and developed in line with the plan thereof, whereas according to corresponding cannons of the Church and the religious community.

Reserve areas
Article 63

A planning document may designate reserve areas in a settlement or outside a settlement as the areas of importance to a further development, for which no detailed purpose need to be defined in more details. A ban on construction shall be imposed on the reserve areas, which have been designated as such under an appropriate plan, during the entire period of such plan applicability. Ongoing maintenance of the reserve areas shall be permitted only for ensuring the basic hygienic conditions.

Exceptionally, the reserve areas within a settlement may be planned for the

construction of basic utility installations and facilities for public services that are required for the necessary maintenance of such settlement.

The reserve areas may be planned for temporary purposes, such as: green and recreation spaces; forest and agricultural lands; playgrounds; parking lot spaces; open markets and alike.

Areas of mineral-raw material


Article 64

Areas of mineral raw-material shall be those areas that contain certain concentrations of mineral resources, which are, according to the quantity, quality and other features, suitable for exploitation.

The areas referred to under paragraph 1 above may be planned to be used for other purposes according to the special regulation. The areas of mineral raw-material shall be permitted for the construction of facilities for the purposes of mineral raw-material exploitation (building and engineering structures, offices and alike)

Areas of exploitation fields


Article 65

Exploitation filed shall be an area which is on the surface of land and separated by appropriate lines or natural boundaries, and which spreads unlimitedly below ground into the depths and between vertical planes cross-sectioning such lines or such natural boundaries, where the mineral resources exist, and which is intended for the exploration for, execution of works, preparation, digging out and transportation of mineral raw material.

The exploitation filed referred to under paragraph 1 above shall be planned to accommodate areas for landfills, i.e. tailing ponds and for the construction of mining functional facilities and temporary accommodation structures. The areas for exploitation of mineral resources shall be planned to be subjected to reclamation and rehabilitation.

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Areas of importance to national defense


Article 66

Areas of importance to national defence shall be used for carrying out national defence activities.

The areas referred to under paragraph 1 above may be planned to accommodate national defence functional facilities, in line with special regulations.

Special use-regimes
Article 67

A planning document shall govern special use-regimes as follows:

1. 2. 3. 4.

concession areas; exterritorial areas; protected natural assets; protected cultural property.

Concession areas
Article 68

In areas designated for concession, reclamation and rehabilitation of land is to be planned, according to the type of concession activity and in line with special regulations.

Exterritorial areas
Article 69

Exterritorial areas shall be those areas intended under a plan for embassies and diplomatic missions.

The areas referred to under paragraph 1 above may be planned to accommodate embassy and diplomatic mission functional facilities, as well as residential building complexes for diplomatic missions staff.

Protected natural assets


Article 70

Planning document shall define the protected areas of natural assets and cultural property in accordance with special regulation.

Each protected natural asset has the respective defined category (1st category: protected natural assets of exceptional importance; 2nd category: protected natural assets of great importance; and 3rd category: significantly protected natural assets), as well as the protection zones and regimes (1st degree protection regime: strict protection; 2nd degree protection regime: active protection; 3rd degree protection regime: sustainable use and protection zone).

According to the paragraph 1 of this Article, protected natural assets shall be as follows: 1. strict nature reserve, 2. special nature reserve, 3. national park, 4. regional park and nature park, 5. natural asset, 6. protected habitat, 7. landscape of outstanding features, 8. protected geological objects and protected palaeontological resources, 9. natural asset for which a document governing preventive protection has been approved, 10. internationally protected natural assets (UNESCO World Heritage Man and Biosphere Reserve Program (MAB), Ramsar Convention on Internationally Important Wetlands, Natura 2000, Important Bird Areas (IBA)).

Protected cultural assets


Article 71

Planning document shall define the protected culture property in accordance with special regulation. The culture property shall be categorised as movable or immovable property.
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According to the Law, immovable cultural property shall be divided as

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Cultural property shall be valued, in line with the separate law, as the cultural property of international, national and local importance. According to the separate law, planning document may define the following:

follows: 1. individual cultural assets (monuments of architecture, their ruins and recognizable relics; archeological elements or structures; monumental works of sculpture or applied arts or painting; inscriptions; caves; habitats; technical culture works and their remains; other immovable cultural properties permanently associated with certain architectural monuments, structures or sites; memorial buildings; monuments or other memorial structures; physical remains of archaic industries, production processes or infrastructures; other immovable properties with their ornamental elements and their pertaining movable objects that facilitate their use permanently); 2. cultural and historical entities and building complexes (old towns, urban or rural settlements or a cluster of urban or rural settlements with their respective facilities and amenities; a group of buildings with common features); 3. locality or region (archaeological site, reserve archaeological zone, cultural heritage site).

- protected locations (spaces surrounding immovable cultural properties, such spaces being of immediate importance to their existence, preservation, use, appearance, conservation and exploration, historical context, traditional authentic ambience and visibility); - environmental corridors or buffer zone (space outside boundaries of any protected cultural property, such space being destined to prevent adverse effects on such protected property).

V CRITERIA FOR LAND USE allocation


Land use allocation
Article 72

Land use allocation shall be a planned system of land use, i.e. use of buildings, areas and land governed under a relevant planning document.

Criterions for land use allocation


Article 73

Criterions for land use allocation provided for under planning documents shall encompass: 1. natural conditions and anthropogenic effects; 2. criteria and requirements for the preservation of natural and architectural heritage; 3. criteria and requirements for the preservation of environmental values; 4. criteria and requirements for the environmental protection; 5. criteria and requirements for the protection of forest and agricultural lands; 6. level of land and utility infrastructure development; 7. typology of both developed and planned building structures; 8. criteria of rational space use; 9. areas of spontaneous natural processes (floods, erosions, landslides, earthquakes); 10. infrastructure corridors; 11. limiting criteria (incompatibility with other functions, unsuitable spatial arrangement of a certain function, adverse influence of certain functions on land features); 12. requirements of the surrounding and other prerequisites.

Settlement area use


Article 74

Settlement area as governed under a planning document shall encompass both construction land and non-construction land not intended for construction.

Already built-up site of the construction land shall comprise both built-up and developed urban plots and other plots matched to a different purpose, as well as open and undeveloped land plots that make a functional spatial unit with such built-up site of settlement area. Open space of settlement area shall comprise one or several directly associated open and undeveloped land plots, which may be planned for development and expansion of a settlement.

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Principles of settlement planning


Article 75

When planning, developing and constructing a settlement, it shall be required to respect the principle of obligatory zoning of settlement; principles of rationality and cost-effectiveness; principle of suppressing the uncontrolled settlement expansion; principle of settlement identity preservation; principle of the protection of urban order of settlement; principle of harmonizing the zoning of settlement with spatial development; principle of participation; and principle of the supremacy of local self-government in the zoning of settlement. Construction of settlement and/or areas thereof shall be continuous and based on matching plans for the individual spatial units for which adoption of such plans shall be mandatory.

Reconstruction of the existing areas of settlements shall be mandatory governed under plans and carried out as a permanent activity in the process of any construction of settlement. Construction of settlement and/or any part thereof shall ensure the construction of buildings of public services and utility infrastructure in line with both a plan and harmonized plans of the network of competent institutions and organizations.

For purposes of a balanced relation between constructed and naturally created area and for providing sports and recreational functions, a plan shall provide for the construction and development of green spaces and recreational areas.

Including of buildings constructed without a building permit in a planning solution, should be based on meeting the minimum requirements prescribed by rules for development and the rules for construction of buildings in spatial and urban plan of local self-government, namely defined parameters and rules for construction of buildings in dominant or compatible use determined by the plan for the area where the buildings are constructed provided that the buildings are not constructed on existing or planned public areas or infrastructure corridors.

Construction land
Article 76

Construction land shall be any land that is allocated under a planning

document to accommodate the construction of buildings.

Allocation of an optimum size of construction land should be based on the sustainable development principles, the protection of natural resources and the landscape features, as well as on expert arguments and given dimensions of built-up and open spaces of settlement area, while respecting the following guidelines: - previously examine any possibility of construction (reserve areas) on the existing construction land, while particularly any possibility of construction on the incompletely developed parts of such land and in relation to the capacities of the existing infrastructure; adjust building density and population density according to the - type of settlement; - design the construction land in line with geomorphologic and hydrological parameters as a settlement unit detached from any other such unit.

Rational occupation of space during allocation of land for construction purposes shall refer to the development of already built-up areas, as well as to those that evolve from the redevelopment of the existing built-up localities (Brownfield) of a different purpose. When determining construction land, an advantage should be given to the development of: - degraded spaces (former industrial and military areas, abandoned quarries and alike); - state-owned built-up areas; - areas with utility infrastructure developed and roads constructed; already commenced developments and localities within - settlements or immediately beside settlements.

Planning of construction land


Article 77

Construction land shall be planned in such manner that: - it can be expanded by 20% of its already existing size at maximum if the ratio of its built-up and open spaces is 80 : 20; - it can be expanded by 10% of its already existing size at maximum if the ratio of its built-up and open spaces is 60 : 40; - it can not be expanded if the ratio of its built-up and open spaces is 50 : 50;

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The provisions of paragraph 1 of this Article shall not be applicable to rural areas where, for the purpose of the recovery and stimulation of development, the construction land may be expanded up to 50% of its existing space.

if its built-up space is smaller than the open one, it must be reduced to the balanced ratio thereof.

Separate construction area


Article 78

Separate construction land, which is defined under a spatial plan of special purpose areas or spatial and urban plan of local self-government, shall comprise the area outside the areas of such existing settlements. Separate construction land area may be intended under a planning document to accommodate a bigger number of spatial units of a uniform urban concept, so as to make each unit: to be of up to 15ha; - - to be provided with a corresponding number of parking places and access to public roads. Mutual association of separate construction lands should be restricted by a planning document, i.e. they should not be planned to be on the areas that are highly valuable forests and agricultural land of quality, or in rural settlements, environmental units or on landscapes of special importance.

Areas for tourism and sports


Article 79

Areas for tourism and sports that are governed under the plans, on which the planned capacities have already been constructed, should be restructured and extended as a priority. Planning document may allocate new separate construction lands for tourism purposes outside a settlement only if they, as planned under the applicable plans, have 80% or more of their space already built-up.

Tourism purpose
Article 80

Plans of broader spatial units must anticipate the capacities, structure and dispersion of for-tourism amenities of smaller spatial units.

Average gross building area per one hotel bed (T1) shall be 100 m in fivestar category buildings, 80 m in 4-star category buildings, and 60 m in 3-star category buildings.

Number of beds per accommodation unit shall be calculated as follows: - hotel accommodation unit includes 2 beds; - tourism settlement accommodation unit includes 3 beds; - villa accommodation unit includes 6 beds.

Planned tourism purpose shall be presented by the following indicators: - number of accommodation units (keys) and/or number of beds; - structure of existing registered and planned for-tourism accommodation capacities (hotel, villa, tourism settlement etc.); spatial indicators (lot coverage, occupancy index, number of beds - per hectare, open spaces, natural grounds and alike).

Average gross building area per one tourism settlement bed (T2) shall be 80 m in five-star category buildings, 60 m in 4-star category buildings, and 40 m in 3-star category buildings.

Accompanying green and / or open space in newly constructed tourism areas outside settlement shall be 100 m per bed in five-star category buildings, 80 m in 4-star category buildings, and 60 m in 3-star category buildings. Any mooring place for a vessel of standard length of 12m shall be considered mooring place in nautical tourism ports, whereas one vessel shall be equivalent to one accommodation unit of 3 beds.

Allocation for tourism purposes


Article 81

Allocation of construction lands for tourism purposes within settlements may be planned if the following determinants thereof are respected: 1) purpose of the land use within settlement; 2) share of for-tourism areas in the aggregate construction land size;

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3) type of urban planning and architectural typology of buildings; 4) distance from the seashore; 5) surveyed size of space in relation to settlement and the spaces of its 6) capacity of location; 7) compatibility with other purposes; 8) capacity of utility infrastructure; 9) availability of transport; 10) preservation of environmental and architectural values; 11) environmental protection; 12) opportunity for recreation and entertainment activities, and alike.
enlargement;

Construction lands allocated for tourism outside settlements may be planned to occupy spaces with lower natural and environmental value in a way that: 1. accommodation buildings and accompanying amenities (of open, sports, recreational, hospitality, service, entertainment and similar purposes) are, along with measures for improving utility infrastructure and environmental protection, of a higher category, in relation to their respective positions, sizes and particularly by their heights, in harmony with the environment; 2. accommodation buildings are organized as a hotel or a tourism settlement that matches by their designs original urban and architectural characteristics; 3. type and capacity of accompanying amenities and open public spaces are determined proportionally to each stage of the construction of accommodation buildings; 4. use of space is reflected in maximum of 120 beds/ha density; 5. occupancy rate of each land plot is not higher than 30%, and lot coverage is not higher than 0.8; 6. at least 40% of land plot area should be developed or natural greenery; 7. new accommodation units and accompanying amenities must be constructed 100m from coastline at minimum; 8. wastewaters drainage is solved by closed sewerage facilities and wastewater treatment plant.

Structure of accommodation units


Article 82

Share of accommodation units in hotels (T1) must be 70% in the central hotel building at minimum, and 30% in villas and hotel annexes at maximum. Aggregate area of the space allocated for the central hotel buildings shall be 70% at minimum, whereas aggregate area of the space planned for hotel annexes or villas shall be 30% at maximum.

Share of accommodation units in tourism settlements (T2) must be 30 % in the central buildings at minimum, whereas 70% in villas and hotel annexes at maximum. Aggregate area of the space allocated for the central hotel buildings shall be 50% at minimum, whereas aggregate area of the space planned for hotel annexes or villas shall be 50% at maximum. Upon occasion of detailed elaboration of a planning document of higher level, hotel areas (T1) may not be converted into a tourism settlement purposes (T2), whereas tourism settlements (T2) may be converted into hotels (T1)

Campsite planning
Article 83

Campsite, i.e. car camping site shall be planned to be on a separate construction land (outside settlement) and on a construction land inside settlement on areas for hospitality and tourism of a size up to 15ha respecting observe the existing natural vegetation, natural shore parts and other spatial values. Public green spaces and sports and recreational amenities should cover 30% of the aggregate campsite area.

Accommodation units may not be fixed onto the ground, whereas accompanying sanitary and other facilities must be constructed at least 100m from the coastline. It shall be forbidden to construct accommodation buildings in campsites (villas, bungalows, pavilions and similar).

Nautical tourism facilities planning


Article 84

Nautical tourism ports (N) shall be primarily planned and constructed along and within urban areas and settlements with urban character with already constructed port or former military plant, with area of aquatorium of maximum 10 ha. Amenities of hospitality, trade, service and sports and recreational purpose may be planned within nautical tourism facilities.
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zone in immediate hinterland area shall be 20% out of the total number of accommodation units at maximum, but not more than 50 mooring places.

The construction of nautical tourism facilities shall be planned to be situated primarily along extremely degraded parts of the shore, whereas the remaining parts of the shore should be protected against more serious changes in its configuration by shore reclamation and/or removing earth from it.

Separate construction lands for sports purpose


Article 85

Separate construction lands either outside or inside settlement for sports purpose may be planned to be on areas of lower natural and environmental value in a way that: - gross building floor area of closed and sheltered buildings may amount 10% of area of sports grounds and facilities at maximum, - 60% of area at maximum is developed as park or natural greenery.

Golf course
Article 86

Golf course shall be the single functional and spatial unit of minimum 50 ha, which shall comprise the following units or structures: - golf playing area with 9, 18 or more holes and accompanying infrastructure; - club house, parking lot, repair shops, hospitality and tourism buildings for accommodation within the golf course, if they are provided for under a planning document, as well as accompanying amenities.

Hospitality and tourism buildings (hotels, villas, clubs and other accompanying facilities) within golf course may not be planned to be within the strip narrower than 100m from the shore line of the sea, lake or river. A strip of land of 25 % at least should be provided as public greenery inside the golf course.

VI URBAN UNITS FOR PLANNING


Types of urban units
Article 87

Data in planning provisions and documentation basis of a planning document shall be presented according to urban units for planning. Urban units for planning shall be urban lot, block and zone. Under planning documents, urban lots and blocks shall be marked by uniform numbers (from 1 to N), whereas zones shall be marked by capitals (from A to ).

Urban lot
Article 88

Urban lot shall be the basic and the smallest construction land unit.

Urban lot shall be a part of the space shall encompass one or more cadastral plots or their parts and meet requirements for construction defined by such planning document. Urban lot shall not encompass public roads.

Block
Article 89

Block shall be a more complex unit of construction land, which shall consist of several urban lots. As a rule, block boundaries shall match (overlap) boundary lines and boundaries of such urban lots.

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Zone
Article 90

Zone shall be the largest construction land unit and it shall comprise more construction land blocks and accompanying road areas. Zone boundaries shall match block boundaries.

VII ELEMENTS OF URBAN REGULATION


The base
Article 91

Elements of urban regulation are the base for drafting urban technical conditions for each parcel.

Beside mandatory elements of urban regulation referred to under paragraph 2 above, the following may also be determined: 1. maximum allowed capacity of building (number of apartments or gross floor area); 2. auxiliary buildings: type, size and position on the lot; 3. levelling points - mandatory zero level; 4. public spaces; 5. common green spaces; 6. pedestrian paths and areas etc.

Elements of urban regulation, which are determined in line with features of urban lot, shall be: 1. shape and minimum size of urban lot; 2. purpose of urban lot; 3. boundary line; 4. building line; 5. vertical size; 6. requirements for designing and construction of buildings; 7. requirements for energy efficiency of buildings; 8. requirements for connection to utility infrastructure and road network.

Shape and minimum dimensions of urban lot


Article 92

An urban lot must have such area and shape that shall enable development and use of the urban lot according to planning document, standards and regulations. If, due to their areas, designs, positions, unsuitable access to public spaces or due to any other reason it is not rational to develop and use cadastral plots, i.e. establish public spaces thereon, they shall be associated in appropriate urban lots.

Purpose of urban lot


Article 93

A purpose of each urban lot shall be determined in line with Article 42 of the present Rulebook.

Boundary line
Article 94

Boundary line shall be any line that separates a public space from spaces intended for other purposes.

A distance between two boundary lines shall be defined by the outline of transportation and infrastructure corridor.

Building line
Article 95

Building line shall be a line on, above and below ground and water level, which is defined graphically and numerically and represents the limit up to which it shall be possible to construct a structure. A planning document shall define the building line as a line on which construction must take place or to which construction may extend.

A building line which fronts on a public space must be marked both graphically

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with numerical data and descriptively, whereas a building line which is towards neighboring urban lots may be defined descriptively (as distances from neighboring buildings or boundaries of the appertaining urban lot) or graphically.

Types of building lines


Article 96

A building line that is under the ground (GL0) or under water shall be any line which defines dimensions of the underground parts of a structure or underground structures.

A building line that is on the ground (GL1) shall be a line which defines the limit to which it is possible to plan overground part of a structure extending to the ground floor height. A building line that is above ground (GL2) shall be a line which defines the dimensions of overground part of a structure above the ground floor, as well as of overground structures without the ground floor (pedestrian passages, overground corridors and footbridges).

As for structures with their building lines on the ground (GL1) and their building lines above ground (GL2) overlapping the boundary lines, it shall be allowed to plan cantilever bay windows, i.e. erkers and balconies with maximum depth of 1.80m. Area encompassed by bay windows, loggias and balconies shall be a part of the gross building area specified by a planning parameters of the lot concerned. Article 97

Facade area of bay windows must not exceed 25% of the facade area on which they are planned.

Vertical dimensions
Article 98

A vertical dimension shall be specified both for overground and underground levels of a building.

A level shall be any part of a building of the unique height spot level or of

According to their position in a building, levels may be underground ones such as cellar and basement, as well as overground levels, i.e. the ground floor, floor/s and the attic. Level designations shall be: Po (cellar), Su (basement), P (ground floor), 1 to ... (number of floors) and Pk (attic).

minor discrepancies in levelling which shall not exceed one half of such floor height.

Caption: potkrovlje: sprat: prizemlje: suteren:

attic; floor; ground floor; basement

Parameters for vertical dimensions


Article 99

Vertical dimension of a building shall be determined via two parameters provided for under a planning document. The first parameter shall define a number of floors of a building as a sum of underground and overground levels.

The second parameter shall represent the maximum permitted height of a building, which shall be expressed in meters and reflect the distance from the lowest level of finally developed and levelled terrain around or sidewalk alongside building to the spot level of roof ridge or flat roof cornice.

In the core town zones, where the buildings that represent additions to the already constructed urban tissue are planned, it shall be necessary to define the third parameter of the height regulation, i.e. the height of a building cornice. Above the roof ridge or cornice level, it shall be allowed to design elevator bulkheads and air conditioning compressors not visible from the sidewalks.

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The largest height of the level


Article 100

The largest height of the level taken for calculating a building height, measured between upper spot levels of mezzanine structures shall be: - for garages and crawl space: up to 3.0 m - for residential levels: up to 3.5 m, - for business levels: up to 4.5 m, - exceptionally, the largest height of a ground level to ensure the passage for the access of emergency and delivery vehicles shall be 4.5 m at the passage spot. Floor heights may be larger than the ones determined by the paragraph 1 of this Article if required by any special purpose of a building or by separate regulations; however, the height of a building may not be larger than the largest allowed height prescribed in meters and governed by a plan and urban and technical requirements.

Underground level
Article 101

Cellar shall be an underground level the vertical dimension of which must not exceed the spot level of the terrain and sidewalk more than 1.00 m. If the terrain is delevelled, the lowest spot level of the developed and leveled terrain around the objects is considered to be the relevant spot level of the terrain. Horizontal dimensions of a cellar shall be specified by the underground building line (FL0) referred to under Article 96 of the present Rulebook, and may not exceed 80% of the urban parcel size. Basement shall be the underground level of buildings constructed on delevelled terrain and as such it shall be a structure of three sides built into the terrain, whereas one basement floor spot level on one side matches or departs from the terrain spot level by 1.00 m at maximum. The dimensions of a basement shall be defined by the building line on the ground (GL1) referred to under Article 96 of the present Rulebook.

Underground level shall be a part of a building which is completely or partially under the ground.

Overground level
Article 102

Overground level shall be any part of a building that is above the ground.

Ground floor (Pr) shall be the overground level the spot level of which shall be specified by a plan concerned, depending on the purpose and morphology of the terrain. For residential buildings, the floor spot level of the ground floor shall be 1.00 m at maximum, whereas for business buildings it shall be 0.20 m at maximum above the spot level of the finally developed and levelled terrain surrounding the object. Floor shall be any level above the ground floor. Attic or the final level shall be above the top floor. The lowest light height of any attic must not be more than 1.20 m at the point where the building line of the attic and those of floors overlap. As a rule, attics shall be planned in cases in which the spot levels of cornices or roof ridges of neighboring buildings in ambience units should be matched. Loft shall be the part of a building, which is without a cleat and situated exclusively below a sloped or arched roof, whereas above the mezzanine structure of the last level, and it may have smallest light and ventilation shafts. A loft shall not be considered a level. If a roof structure and the height of the roof ridge enable organization of attic space for residential purposes, such space shall be included in the gross floor area 100% and as such it must be recognized under the planned lot coverage indices relating to the lot concerned.

Requirements for designing and realization


Article 103

Building designs must be harmonized with those of the structures in near surrounding regarding the basic parameters of their profiles and the principles of physical environment organization. When designing buildings, care should be taken of the simplicity of proportions and forms; compatibility of buildings forms with the terrain topography; adjusting to climate conditions; as well as of the use of autochthon materials and vegetation, i.e. the following principles should be respected: uniformity of space, its ambience and context.

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Depending on the purpose of a building and a setting in which it is constructed, planning document shall define the following requirements for designing:

- - - -

The construction of buildings should respect an areas ambience features, using autochthon elements or contemporary materials, the colour, texture and other visual characteristics which affirm the ambience qualities of the area subject to planning.

type of building; facades: colors, bay windows, balconies, type of doors and windows; materials to be used; roof elements: roof pitch and roofing, direction of roof ridge, roof windows, the width of eaves, gutters, etc...

Requirements for energy efficiency of buildings


Article 104

Planning document shall define the requirements for the construction, which shall both ensure a reduction in total consumption of energy and encourage the use of renewable sources of energy for heating, cooling and ventilation of buildings within the area governed by such plan. The planning provisions referred to under paragraph 1 above shall contain a planning solution for acceptable and sustainable energy system to be in the area governed under such plan.

It is necessary to create an analysis of energy requirements of all consumers within the area covered by the Plan, with maximum respect to actual possibilities to use available potentials in the area of energy efficiency, with respect to principles for rational use of renewable energy resources, whereas available potential of energy infrastructure network in the wider area is taken in consideration (electric energy, heat, gas), with consideration of energy aspect and adopted concept of higher level plans, and bearing in mind realistic options of their realization in all segments of developing planning documentation. Construction requirements relating to energy efficiency and sustainability of buildings referred to under paragraph 1 above shall contain aspects of architectural solution, concept of forming and realization of the building, sustainability of construction, adjustment of the building to climate impacts, provision of necessary comfort, reduction of losses on energy infrastructure, traffic efficiency etc. as well as other features of the area governed under a plan.

Requirements for undisturbed moving of disabled people


Article 105

Planning solutions should provide conditions for an undisturbed moving of persons with special needs via planning mountable kerbs at pedestrian crossings, as well as via linking delevelled spaces by ramps, providing sufficient width, safe inclines and appropriate surface finishing. Planning solutions should provide persons with limited ability to move with the access to all buildings and parts thereof that, by their respective functions, imply a public access. A ramp to negotiate a difference in elevation of 120 cm, either in indoor or outdoor spaces, may have the permitted incline up to 1 : 20 (5%), whereas, exceptionally, the permitted incline in case of a difference in elevation of 76 cm may be 1 : 12 (8.3%).

Requirement for connection to road and communal infrastructure networks


Article 106

A vehicular access road from a town or public road to an urban lot must be planned and ensured. With the exception of paragraph 1, it shall be possible to provide only one pedestrian access road per old town and ambience core.

An urban lot must be ensured connections to services, such as water supply system, electro-energy and telecommunication networks, as well as connection to sewerage system or to the septic tank.

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VIII SPATIAL INDICATORS


Identifying parameters per zone and block
Article 107

Spatial indicators shall be the basis for drafting planning documents and identifying parameters per zone and block, and possibly per urban lot. A planning document shall offer a comparative table review of the existing and planned spatial indicators per spatial unit.

Population density
Article 108

Population density shall express the ratio of population that inhabits certain area to such area. The area referred to under paragraph 1 above may be stated as: construction;

- net construction land or the sum of areas intended for residential

- gross construction area or construction land within the area intended


In accordance with paragraph 1 and 2 above, population density may be calculated as net or gross population density. Population density shall indicate the number of inhabitants per hectare (ha). for construction with the areas for communal needs and public services development.

Net population density (per zone or block), as a real indicator of the actual population density in a residential zone of the area governed under a plan, shall be calculated by dividing the total number of inhabitants by the area, according to the following formula: G (net) = number of inhabitants / area intended for habitation Gross population density shall be calculated by dividing the number of inhabitants by the total area of a zone or block according to the following

formula:

G (gross) = number of inhabitants/area of zone/block governed under the plan Net population density is a mandatory planning indicator relevant to any zone or block.

Building coverage and gross extended building floor area of buildings


Article 109

Building coverage (areas under buildings) shall be the sum of gross areas of ground floors of all buildings on the urban lot, block, zone or plan, including also outer contours of faade walls. Gross extended building floor area of a building shall be the built-up area of the building, including those under communications, structural elements, walls, balconies, loggias, terraces, bay windows, etc.

Total gross extended building floor area of buildings shall be the total area of all buildings.

Land occupancy index

Land occupancy index shall be the quotient of the gross built-up area under buildings1 and the total area of a construction land unit. Such index shall be a rational number with two decimals and shall be calculated according to following formula: Iz = Pg / Pgz In the formula from paragraph 2 of this Article Iz -occupancy index: Pg ground area under buildings; Pgz - area of construction land unit). Occupancy index shall be the maximum value for all levels, and can not be considered as the value only at the level of ground floor.
1 Gross building coverage

Land occupancy index is a parameter that shall indicate the occupancy of the construction land of an urban lot or block.

Article 110

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Lot coverage index


Article 111

Lot coverage index of land shall be the parameter which indicates the percentage of building coverage, i.e. the occupancy of the construction land of a lot or block.

Lot coverage index of land shall be the ratio of gross building area, i.e. of the sum of gross areas of all levels to the total area of construction land unit (urban lot or block). The index shall be a rational number with two decimals and shall be calculated according to the following formulae: Ii = Pbr / Pgz In the formula from paragraph 2 above Ii is Lot coverage index; Pbr is area of overground levels; Pgz is area of construction land unit)

If cellar levels of a building serve to ensure a necessary capacity for parking vehicle within a lot and, as such, relieve public spaces thereof, they shall not be included in the gross building area according to which the lot coverage index is calculated. Service areas necessary for operation of underground garages and mechanical rooms of a building shall not be included into the gross building area, unlike other functional units (warehouses, storerooms, business premises).

IX OTHER CONTENTS OF PLANNING DOCUMENT


Road infrastructure
Article 112

Road infrastructure shall include state-owned (motorways, highways, and regional roads) and municipal roads (local roads and settlement streets) and non-categorized roads. Streets in settlements shall form a town road network with multiple functions, starting from moving and accessibility to urban amenities and going even to a standstill. Town road network shall play a role of serving as accommodation for all other types of infrastructures (hydrotechnical structures, energy power systems, telecommunications and alike). Town road network shall, based on the speed limit, roads through-put capacity,

official traffic regime and developed length, be planned into the following: - primary network (the basic function is connecting, i.e. mass higher speed moving for several types of vehicles); - secondary network (dominant access to location, lower speed,...).

Primary network shall be divided into: - urban bypass as a part of the state motorway; - urban roads as a part of state motorway - main urban roads (they pass through entire town; connect dispersed parts thereof; are frequently sections of the primary state network going through town, or they are supported by it);
Urban bypass as a part of the state motorway 100 (60) >3000 delevelled None High PRIMARY ROAD NETWORK Urban roads as a part of state motorway 80 (50) 2000-3000 high-medium delevelled surface 600-1200 3+3(2+2) 250 (75) none Main urban roads 60(40) Collection road 60 (30) SECONDARY ROAD NETWORK

Maximum throughput capacity (vehic/h/direction) Average speed Level of service Crossroads

Calculation speed (km/h)

Criteria

Access road <30 <200 *

800-2000 medium 300-600 4 (2) surface

200-800 low *

Parking , transverse profile Number of traffic lanes Stopping distance

Crossroad rhythm (m)

1200-1400 3+3(2+2)

surface out of road surface none 2(4)

surface on road surface 2 * *

none (out of driveway) none

The width of a traffic lane of roads where speed limit of less than 40 km/h is permitted shall be 2.75 m, whereas of those subject to speed limits of up

Note: value in ( ) exceptionally acceptable, * no influence Secondary network may be classified into collection roads and access roads: Access roads can be split as follows: - streets with the sidewalks for pedestrians and the traffic lanes for moving and parked vehicles; - joint use of the surface by both pedestrians and moving and parked vehicles, under conditions acceptable for pedestrians.

Minimum radius of horizontal banking

mandatory 450(120)

necessary

120(30)

120(20)

Conditioned by throughput

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to 60km/h, 80km/h and 80 to100km/h it shall be 3.00m, 3.25 and 3.50m respectively.

Elements of town street corridor


Article 113

Bike lanes and cycle tracks shall be those areas intended for bike traffic.

Bike lanes shall be parts of ongoing lower rank road surface (collector and access roads). The position of any bike lane shall be along the right edge of such road surface, and it shall be 1.00 m wide at minimum. Cycle tracks shall be independent roads within a controlled strip of town roads (town highway, collector road).

Pedestrian paths or pedestrian roads may be also Independent, if they are wider. Pedestrian streets shall not be permitted to accommodate vehicular traffic, except for needs of delivery that shall be subject to a strict control regime.

Pedestrian paths shall be those paths intended for pedestrians and they shall be a part of transverse profiles of all categories of town roads. The width of one module shall be 0.75-0.80.

When dimensioning cycle tracks and pedestrian paths, at least two modules shall be applied to fulfill the need for bypassing. The edge of a cycle track module shall be at the distance of 0.70 m from the edge of a road surface, whereas a pedestrian path shall be at the distance of 0.50m.

Parking and garaging vehicles


Article 114

Parking lots shall be those areas which are designed as per traffic and engineering requirements to ensure safe and space-saving group parking of a number of vehicles and so that each vehicle has a parking place and independent, safe and easy access to roads.

The basic types of parking lots included in planning documents shall be: - parking lots on an urban lot and in residential buildings. Those parking lots shall be planned to be on an urban lot as underground or overground ones or on underground and overground levels within a

- parking lots in residential zones, used by visitors. Those parking lots -

building;

Parking place shall be a rectangular space for parking a vehicle, with necessary surface area, space for maneuver, access road or access ramp of appropriate standard dimensions.

shall be planned to be on a land used by the general public or within large urban lots as parts of the parking lots referred to under indent 1 of this Article; parking lots of the buildings intended for business, institutions, production, distribution and services, which are used by employees. Those parking lots shall be planned to be on an urban parcel whereas, pursuant to special requirements determined by the plan, they may be on the land in public use as well; parking lots for public use shall be planned to be on the land in public use if they are on the ground, whereas on urban lots intended for the construction of road infrastructure facilities that have been identified as of the public interests if they are several-level ones.

Necessary number of parking places for each construction land unit according to its purpose and size and for each special-purpose zone shall be determined in details as a planning baseline under an urban plan. The planning baseline referred to under the paragraph 4 above shall be a mandatory content of an urban plan.

Needs for parking places shall be established depending on the planned land use and the condition of the urban public transportation system, while considering the capacities of the space. Standards governing the parking for basic groups of urban contents: The foregoing standards show the needs for parking in case of 500 passenger vehicle / 1,000 inhabitants. Any other number of vehicles should entail the adjustment of the foregoing. For example, in case of 200 passenger vehicles / 1,000 inhabitants, the 200/500=0.4 factor shall be the one for such adjustment. The standards referred to under paragraph 7 above shall be based on an assumption that passenger vehicles predominate, which is reflected in the equal ratio of passenger vehicles and public transport use. (50%:50%).

Under more favorable conditions, when passenger vehicles / public transport ratio is 30% : 70%, the adjustment factor shall be 30/50=0.60.

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residence (per 1,000 m2). ..........................................15 pp (local conditions: min. 12 and max. 18 pp); production (per 1,000 m2)........................................20 pp (6-25 pp); faculties (per 1,000 m2)............................................30 pp (10-37 pp); business (per 1,000 m2)............................................30 pp (10-40 pp); trade (per 1,000 m2). .................................................60 pp ( 40-80 pp); hotels (per 1,000 m2)................................................10 pp (5-20 pp); restaurants (per 1,000 m2)........................................120 pp (40-200 pp); sports halls, stadiums and alike (per 100 visitors)...25 pp.
Standards for parking relying on the studies on transportation should be governed under plans of a higher rank and for each local self-government unit. Minimum size of an outdoor parking place for a passenger vehicle, at perpendicular parking, shall be 2.30m wide and 4.80m long, whereas the length thereof shall be 5.00 m if it is in a garage. A parking place that has a street pole or wall or another vertical building element, fence or equipment next to one of its longitudinal lines shall be wider by 0.30 to 0.60m, depending on the shape and position of such element. Minimum width of any access to a parking place at angle of 90 shall be 5.50m.

For parallel parking, dimensions of a parking place shall be 2.00x5.50m, whereas the road surface of the access thereto shall be 3.50m. At 300 / 450 / 600 angle-parking, the length of a parking place (perpendicular to road) shall be 4.30 / 5.00 / 5.30m respectively, and the width of the access thereto shall be 2.80 / 3.00 / 4.70m respectively, whereas the width of the parking place shall be 2.30m. According to a way of parking, garages are classified into: - garages for ordinary parking (driver and vehicle move through garage to the parking place); - garages for semi-automated parking (instead of driving via access ramp, driver and vehicle are taken into garage by an elevator and then they move to the parking place); - garages for automated parking (driver leaves a vehicle at the entrance of a garage, and the vehicle is placed in the garage mechanically).

Access ramps to parking lots and garages of underground and overground buildings, with the capacity of up to 1,500m2, shall have the following maximum longitudinal inclines:

- - - - -

The highest inclination of access ramps for parking places in underground or overground parking lots or garages with the capacity for more than 40 vehicles :

indoor straight ramps: 18% outdoor straight ramps: 15% indoor circular ramps: 15% outdoor circular ramps:12% parking lots for up to 4 vehicles: 20%

- - -

The minimum width of a straight ramp shall be 3.75m (road surface 2.75+2x0.5, both-side sidewalks) for one-way straight ramp, whereas 4.70m (3.70+2x0.5) for one-way circular ramp. The minimum width of two-way straight ramp shall be 6.50m (2x2.75+2x0.50), whereas 8.10m (3.70+3.40+2x0.50) for circular ones. Minimum radius of the axes of circular ramps shall be 6.00m.

outdoor straight ramps: 12% circular ramps: 12% indoor straight ramps: 15%

Minimum 5% out of the total number of parking places must be intended for persons with movement disorders.

Ramps - oblique planes


Article 115

In order to negotiate a difference in elevation between sidewalk and road surface, ramps (oblique planes) shall be used with inclination of up to 8.3% (1:12). If needed, side bevels shall be made, also with inclination of 8.3% (1:12).

A distance from a building along the sidewalk to the place where ramp incline starts should be at least 125 cm. This being impossible, the ramp should be constructed in a way that the full-width sidewalk is brought to the level of the road surface to the pedestrian crossing.

Public transport stops


Article 116
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Public transport stops shall be planned to have plateaus (platforms) for pedestrians, at least 200cm wide, whereas the plateaus for pedestrians shall

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be at least 300cm wide at the stops near schools and in subways. The height of a plateau (platform) shall match the level of either the first entrance step of a public transport vehicle or of the floor of the wagon. When vehicles with the high first step are used, the height of a plateau shall match the level that is up to 18 cm lower than the first step of such vehicle.

Access to buildings
Article 117

Access to a building shall be planned to be at the part of the building the ground floor of which either matches or is slightly higher than the level of the terrain. Negotiating a difference in elevation between the pedestrian surface and the access to a building shall be solved by: 1. pedestrians ramps or 2. outdoor staircases and lifting platforms.

Public-use green spaces


Article 118

Park shall be an area of public character that, in terms of composition, makes one whole in which network of roads and paths interlink other elements of such composition, among which plateaus, structures with bodies of water, children playgrounds, sport terrains, fields etc. A park may be town, suburban (forest parks) and inter-settlement park. Park amenities of different functional purposes and small garden and architectural elements may be planned for a park.

For more complete satisfying citizens search for different types of relaxation, a network of specialized parks shall be planned,; sport parks; amusement parks; childrens parks; aqua parks etc. More than 50% of a parks territory should be under green spaces (plants and trees).

Squares shall be smaller-in-size public-use green spaces intended for a short relaxation of inhabitants or for a decorative development of town areas. Paths and plateaus shall cover 35% of the square territory. Green spaces shall cover 60 to 65%, whereas buildings shall cover 0 to 5%.

For streets and roads of different categories, as a means of protection against noise, the following total widths of roadside greenery running along the street boundary line shall be provided: - town bypass as a part of the state road -35 m at minimum - town road as a part of the state road - 22 m at minimum - main town road - 10 m - at minimum - secondary road network -8.3 m at minimum

Avenue of tall trees may be only in the streets the sidewalks of which are 2.50 m wide at least. In narrower streets, a line of trees may be only on their sunny side, or on both sides but with low trees. When planting lines of trees at parking lots, it should be ensured that one tree exist per two perpendicular parking places, whereas one tree per one parking place in case of parallel parking places.

Recreation functional green spaces within residential zones may be planned in conjunction with educational institution buildings for which recreation facilities shall be planned, as well as when planning new settlements; the standard for the purpose is 16-20 m/inhabitant. When reconstructing enclosed residential buildings blocks, the standard for the purpose should be 8.00m/inhabitant, whereas active recreation functional spaces should cover 3.00 m per inhabitant. Pedestrian roads, paths and alleys situated within the territory of a residential buildings block shall be planned depending on the frequency of their use, and their width shall range in size from 1.5 (to ensure two persons to pass by) to 3m (according to the module of 0.75m).

The types of delivery/supply plateaus shall depend on the system of utility and public services types of facilities, as well as of the type of and equipment on the plateaus and alike (15-100m), whereas plateaus for waste disposal in containers shall be 4-20 m.

For deciding dimensions of facilities (children playgrounds) within park spaces of a residential zone and determining their respective positions inside the network of green spaces of such zone, the following standards shall be applicable: - a small-size children playground for children from 1 to 3 years of age. The whereas usual size thereof shall be 100 m; standard for the allocation of necessary space for such playground shall be 1
2

m per child. The radius of such playground may be enlarged by 50 to 100 m,

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- medium-size children playgrounds for children from 3 to 7 years. The standard for the purpose shall be 5 m per child, and all playground elements with the area of 300 to 500 m; shall be allowed. The radius of such playground shall be from 150 to 250 m, - large playgrounds for children from 7 to 14 years. The standard for the framework of educational institution facilities.

purpose shall be 6 m per child; sports grounds that may be within the

Restricted-use green spaces


Article 119 Sports and recreation areas shall be sports and recreation centers and parks which serve the needs of inhabitants within the radius of 1.5km.

The standard for recreation and sports shall be 3.0 m/inhabitant, of which the floor area shall be 1.3 m / inhabitant, whereas the accompanying area shall be 1.7 m/inhabitant. Together with the nearest park area, the aggregate recreation area should be 6 m per inhabitant.

The size of a schoolyard outside the town core should be 25-35 m per pupil, taking into account only one shift. In a dense residential building blocks zone, the maximum area per pupil may be 10-15 m, whereas not less than 4 m.

In kindergartens, for children of pre-school age, at least 15 m should be planned per child. As for a kindergarten with capacity accommodating 4 groups of pre-school learners with 100 children total, 1,500 m of open space at least must be ensured for the children. When planning sanatoriums, green spaces should cover 70% of the total area of a complex, whereas roads, pedestrian paths, plateaus and other developed spaces should occupy 20% , and the building itself should occupy 10%.

Sanitary protection zone


Article 120

Planning parks, childrens and health care institutions, stadiums and alike to be situated within a sanitary protection zone shall be prohibited. Locating

factories that pose a lower degree of adversity, garages, public transport depots, warehouses and similar facilities may be permitted in the zone concerned. At least 40% of sanitary protection zone should be open for and used for landscaping, whereas the width of the green zone should be 50% of the total area at least. In order to provide better air circulation within sanitary protection zone it shall be required to have, within the spaces of the zone where any concentration of toxic gases is possible, narrow blowing-through green belts - with cut-offs of about 40 m wide planted in parallel to the direction of prevailing winds. Such belts shall be planted in 7 or 8 lines that are from 17.5 to 21m wide respectively.

For any industry (metal industry, chemical industry and alike) which generates huge concentrations of harmful substances, a protection zone from 5 to 8km wide shall be planned. When constructing new industrial facilities, the greenery shall occupy 40% of the total area of the factory complex.

Complexes of specialized parks, i.e. of a zoo-park


Article 121

Complexes of specialized parks, i.e. of a zoo-park shall be located in a town zone completely protected against any sources of noise generated by motorway lines, industry and alike. The exhibition space inside a zoo-park shall occupy 50 to 60% and the space for visitors refreshment shall occupy 30 to 40% of the area.

The exhibition space of a botanical garden complex shall occupy 60-70% while the recreation zone, i.e. the space for relaxation shall occupy 30-40% of the territory. Central pedestrian paths shall be adapted to the configuration of the terrain to the maximum, and they shall be 3m wide at minimum. Secondary pedestrian paths shall be 0.75 - 3.0m wide. The standards referred to under paragraphs 11, 12 and 13 above shall be applicable to ethnographic and memorial parks.

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Cemeteries
Article 122

The distance of a cemetery from an urban zone should not be more than 15 km. A cemetery may be located from a residential zone 500m at minimum, whereas 300 m at least should be the distance from the main roads. When determining the size of a cemetery, several factors shall be taken into consideration: number of inhabitants living in the area where such cemetery is; the mortality rate of the population; and sepulchral cycle (rotational tonus) The standard for determining the area of a planned cemetery shall be 2.5m per number of inhabitants living in the area where such cemetery is. The size of a burying place shall be 2 m, whereas the gross ground area shall be 3.38 m in case of a conventional/traditional burial. In case of storing an urn, net ground area of 0.64 m and gross area of 1.22 m shall be mandatory.

The ratio of burial space to spaces allocated for other facilities shall range from 60% : 40 % in case of a definitely architectural compositions to 40% : 60% in case of definitely landscaped compositions. This functional division shall mainly refer to the following ratios: 60% of the area assigned for burying places; 20% of green and park spaces; 16 % of the area allocated for walkways and roads; 3% for the square where funeral procession starts to the cemetery and with the facilities of funeral parlors; and 1% for other facilities.

Green protection belts


Article 123

Green protection belts shall be formed as multifunctional sanitary, recreational and decorative strips within the boundaries of a construction zone and they shall also serve to restrict the illegal construction and excessive expansion of settlements in horizontal sense, but at the same time as a reserve zone for a subsequent planned expansion.

The width of green protection belts around big and larger towns shall be 5 to 10km; 500m at minimum in case of medium and small towns, and 60m in case of settlements. Forest parks, orchards, aqua parks, picnic sites, recreational areas and alike shall be allowed to be within such green protection belts.

Water-protective environmental corridors


Article 124

The water-protective environmental corridors shall encompass special green areas along rivers and accumulations built in order to regulate water regime and provide high level development of the coastal area.

Middle level greening of the water-protective environmental corridors should not be lower than 30%, provided that it is increasing in parallel with the vicinity of the watercourses or water areas. The water-protective environmental corridors also encompass three zones of sanitary water springs protection (wider protection zone, narrower protection zone and immediate protection zone), determined by special regulation in accordance with hydrologic, hydro and geological as well as other features of the land and watershed areas and the foreseen method of use.

Green areas coverage


Article 125

Assessment of whether towns have been provided with adequate green spaces shall be made in a planning document by applying the following indicators: - green space coverage, in percentages (%) = UZP/PG x100 - degree of green space coverage, in m2/inhabitant = UZP/BS - degree of satisfaction with green space provision, in m2/inhabitant = ZPJN/BS/BS

In the indicators from paragraph 1 above UZP is the total space covered by greenery; PG is town area; BS is number of inhabitants ZPJN is the quantity of green space for public use.

It is common in the structure of a town that green spaces occupy from 15 to 50% of the entire town territory. The standard applicable to old urban settlements shall be approximately 5 to 15m2/inhabitant, whereas the standard for new towns and settlements shall be approximately 25 to 50m2 /inhabitant. If the standard of 15 m of green space per inhabitant cannot be met, it is recommended to have the planning category of vertical landscape (greenery of roof gardens, balconies, terraces etc.) as a supplement which is of both aesthetic and a microclimate function.

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Development of terrain of suburban areas and organization of places for rest and recreation
Article 126

The largest structural unit of the territory for relaxation within a suburb zone shall be a multifunctional zone for rest and recreation. Those are the areas that lay along artificial accumulations (energy plants), river shores, or on recovered and reclaimed areas of former open-pit mines for extracting mineral resources, etc. One zone for rest and recreation may be created for several adjacent towns. For the areas referred to under paragraph 1 above, the following facilities may be planned: forest parks, beaches, ski and water centers, restaurants, hotels, lodging-houses for holidays, centers of culture, campsites, sport terrains and alike.

Forest parks may be developed within urban green protection zones and multifunctional zones for rest and recreation, or as independent assets of landscape architecture. The standard for the assessment of needs relating to this category shall be 50 m per visitor. The optimum size of a forest park shall be determined by urban disposition, the existing relics of forest complexes as settings for urban areas, as well as by its location in relation to road lines which provide an easy access thereto.

Forest parks may be planned to accommodate the following facilities: jogging paths; cycle tracks; scientific and program tracks; riding paths; summer theatre; urban equipment; childrens playgrounds, sport terrains; facilities for recreation; water areas; and smaller cafs, whereas noisy entertaining piers, such as luna parks; sport grounds; motocross tracks and car racetracks; and similar activities may not be planned to be in these areas.

Landscape development of suburban roads shall be realized by planting lines of trees, roadside vegetation as protection against snow, whereas mostly by random and regular / arranged plantation of trees. Planting lines of trees shall be along the road sections at entrances and exits of settlements. Roadside vegetation as protection against snow should be located by taking care of the terrain configuration and of the direction of prevailing winter winds, as well as of creating a possible air passages to the perimeters of such snowprotective roadside vegetation strips Random plantations shall be on the road sections in hilly and mountainous regions where it is possible to develop verges wider than 2 m. Based on the consideration during a drive at medium, i.e. 60 - 70 km/h speed and at time intervals of 2.5 to 3.5 minutes, a change of plant species is possible at each 2 to 3 km at minimum. The speed of traffic flow also impacts deciding on the length of distances between plantations,

such distances being important to ensure a view of surrounding natural landscapes during a drive; however, it should be 140m.

The standard for swimming / bathing areas and beaches shall be governed under a separate regulation.

X GRAPHICAL SYMBOLS
Appliance
Article 127

Graphical symbols that shall be mandatory applied when developing planning documents shall be provided under the Addendum # 1 printed along with this Rulebook and representing his component part.

Maps and topographic and cadastral plans


Article 128

Maps and topographic and cadastral plans shall be developed in color.

Areas, lines and points shall be presented in seven colors (yellow, orange, red, purple, blue, brown, green), as well as in black and white.

Maps and topographic-cadastre plans defining requirements for use, land or area use shall be developed by using point and linear raster surfaces with demarcation line in full tone of adequate color

Maps and topographic and cadastral plans reflecting infrastructure systems shall be developed by using colored lines in two shades at maximum, as well as by using symbols. Planning symbols with dots and linear raster bases shall be of print density of R80, R60, R40 and R20% during toning.

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Planning signs
Article 129

Planning signs presented by lines and symbols shall be in three basic lengths, i.e. 1.0mm, 0.8 mm and 0.6mm, as well as in three basic line widths, i.e. 1.0, 0.8mm and 0.6mm, whereas the basic thickness of the line is adjusted to the complexity and number of the signs.

Complex planning signs and planning signs specified under Annex 1 Graphical Symbols and Categories of Land Use may use also other dimensions besides the provided basic ones. A planning document shall reflect the difference between any current and the planned status in such manner that the same planning sign shall be marked with solid or dotted demarcation or base lines respectively. According to the chosen scale, in planning documents for the narrower zone planning document, planning signs for the wider zone planning document can be used. In planning signs for certain purposes of areas appertaining letter and number for certain group of spatial indicators shall be written in the 1 cm circular sign.

Graphical symbol which has not been designated


Article 130

If it is necessary to include a graphical symbol which has not been designated by this Rulebook, a planning sign derived from the same category of planning signs ( the same cluster of the cartographic signs).

XI FINAL PROVISION
Entry into force
Article 131

This Law shall enter into force on the eight day following that of its publication in the Official Gazette of Montenegro. Number:01-6823/09 Podgorica, 23. April 2010

Minister, BRANIMIR GVOZDENOVIC m.p.

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Categories of the purposes of areas, elements of urban regulation and graphical symbols
GTZ, MINISTRY OF SPATIAL DEVELOPMENT AND ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION

COORDINATORS:

Branislav Gregovi, BS.Arch.Engr. Rajka Radulovi, JD law Saa Karajovi, BS. Spatial planner Sanja Ljekovi, Mitrovi-BS.L.Arc.Engr. Radmila Lainovi, JD law

WORKING GROUP:

PhD Kai, Uwe Krause PhD Joachim Benner Thomas Eichhorn Gordana Raievi, BS.Arch.Engr. eljko Boovi, BS. Spatial planner Sanja Ljekovi, Mitrovi-BS.L.Arc.Engr. Mr Gojko Nikoli, Geog. cartographer Simeun Matovi, BS.Civ.Engr. Zorana Miloevi, BS.Arch.Engr. Tamara Vuevi, BS.Arch.Engr. Vesna Nikoli, BS.Arch.Engr. Lidija Bakovi, BS.L.Arc.Engr. Dejan Mitrovi, technical processing Stanko Jankovi, technical processing

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I BORDERS
1 2 3 4 State border (Land and Teritorial seas)
Solid line 2.0mm thickness, colour RGB 129,0,0 Solid line 1.0mm thickness, colour RGB 129,0,0 Solid line 0.8mm thickness, colour RGB 129,0,0 Solid line 0.4mm thickness, colour RGB 129,0,0

Municipal border

Cadaster municipalites border Town or settlement border

OTHER BORDERS
5 6 7 8
Dashed line with medium segment, thickness 1.0mm, colour RGB 129,0,0 Dashed line with short segment, thickness 1.0mm colour RGB 0,0,255 Dashed line with short segment, thickness 1.0mm colour RGB 104,69,69 Solid line 0.6mm thickness, colour RGB 0,63,255

Frontier region Water region Coastal area

Internal sea waters (Coastal sea)

PLAN BORDERS
9 SPMNE
Filled rings 3mm diameter with 5mm gap (from ring centers) colour RGB 255,0,0

10 DSP

Filled and blank rings intermitently 3mm diameter (from ring centers) with 5mm gap, colour RGB 255,0,0

11 SPSP

Blank 3mm diameter rings with 5mm gap (from ring centers), colour RGB 255,63,0 jointed with filled line of the same colour.

12 DSL

Blank rings 2.4mm diameter with 3.75mm gap (from ring centers) colour RGB 255,63,0 jointed with filled line of the same colour.

13 SUP
Filled rings 2.4mm diameter with 3.75mm gap (from ring centers) colour RGB 189,46,0

14 DUP
Filled line with point-point-point segments; size of full colour point 1.5mm; distance between points 0.5mm (from point brims); distance between point-point-point segments 3.0mm (from outmost point brims); colour RGB 189,0,0
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15 LSL
Filled line with point-point-point segments; size of full blank point 1.5mm; distance between points 0,5mm (from point brims); distance between point-point-point segments 3.0mm (from outmost point brims); colour RGB 189,0,0

16 UP
Filled line with point-point-point segments; size of full blank point 1.0mm; distance between points 0,5mm (from point brims); distance between point-point-point segments 3.0mm (from outmost point brims); colour RGB 255,0,63

II NETWORK OF SETTLEMENTS
17 Center of state importance
Circular sign, diameter according to hierarchical levels: 25,0mm (filled line); 20,0mm (filled line); 15,0mm (dashed line with middle segment). The whole sign is in RGB 255,0,0 colour. Thickness of the lines is 0.4mm.

18

Center of special importance


Circular sign, diameter according to hierarchical levels: 17,0mm (dashed line with middle segment); 12,0mm (filled line); 6,0mm (filled line). Space between the middle and the smallest circle is filled with solid hatch. The whole sign is in RGB 255,0,0 colour. Thickness of the outer line is 0.3mm.

19

Center of regional importance


Circular sign, diameter according to hierarchical levels: 13,0mm (filled line); 7,0mm (dashed line with middle segment). The whole sign is in RGB 255,0,0 colour. Thickness of the lines is 0.3mm.

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Center of municipal importance


Circular sign in the shape of filled line 0,8mm thickness. Diameter 9,0mm. Sign is in RGB 255,0,0 colour.

Significant local center Local center

Circular sign in the shape of dashed line with short segments 0,8mm, thickness. Diameter 7,0mm. Sign is in RGB 255,0,0 colour. Circular sign of 5,5mm diameter filled with solid hatch. Sign is in RGB 255,0,0 colour.

III CROSS BORDER COOPERATION


23 Between states
In the shape of double arrow of 0.7mm thickness, RGB 255,0,0 colour. The length of the arrow is 10.0mm.

24 Between municipalities
In the shape of double arrow, 0.6mm thickness, RGB 255,63,0 colour. The length of the arrow is 6.0mm.

CORRIDOR
25 Development Corridor
In the shape of dashed stripe with middle segments and 50% transparency in RGB 255,191,0 colour. The tickness of the sign is 5.0mm, and the gap between segments is 1.0mm.

26 Dinaric mountain range in Montenegro


Dashed line hatch in 45 degrees angle oriented NW-SE in RGB 0,79,39 colour. Density R80

27 Green zone in Montenegro


Dashed line hatch in 45 degrees angle in RGB 86,129,107 colour. Density R100

28 Coastal mountains corridor


Dashed lines hatch in 90 degrees, NW-SE oriented, RGB 69,104,86 colour. Density R80

IV TRAFFIC
TRAFFIC INFRASTRUCTURE ON GROUND
29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 High way
Two solid lines of 1.4mm thickness in RGB 255,0,0 colour, with 0.3mm blank in between Two solid lines of 1.0mm thickness in RGB 255,0,0 with 0.2mm blank in between Solid lines of 1.5mm thickness in RGB 255,0,0 colour Solid lines of 1.3mm thickness in RGB 255,0,0 colour Solid lines of 0.9mm thickness in RGB 255,0,0 colour Solid lines of 0,6 mm thickness in RGB 255,0,0 colour Two solid lines of 0.4mm thickness in RGB 255,0,0 colour, with 0.2mm blank in between Triple linear sign 2x0.5mm with 0,4mm blank in between in the shape of dashed line with short segments; middle line is 0.8mm in the shape of dashed line with middle line-point-line segments. All lines are in RGB 255,0,0 colour.

Speedway

Motorway

Regional traffic line Local road

Other non-public roads Streets in settlements

Possible or Alternative corridor (routs) of the roads

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TRAFFIC INFRASTRUCTURE - UNDERGROUND


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Two solid lines of 1.4mm thickness in RGB 0,0,0 colour with 0.3mm blank in between Dvije pune linije debljine 1.0mm u boji RGB 0,0,0 i sa meurazmakom od 0.2mm Solid line of 1.5mm thickness in RGB 0,0,0 colour Solid line of 1.3mm thickness in RGB 0,0,0 colour Solid line of 0.9mm thickness in RGB 0,0,0 colour Solid line of 0.9mm thickness in RGB 0,0,0 colour Two solid lines of 0.4mm thickness in RGB 0,0,0 colour with od 0.2mm in between Triple linear sign 2x0.5mm with 0,4mm blank in between in the shape of dashed line with short segments; middle line is 0.8mm in the shape of dashed line with middle line-point-line segments. All lines are in RGB 0,0,0

High way

Speedway

Motorway

Regional traffic line Local road

Other non-public roads Streets in settlements

Possible or Alternative corridor (routs) of the roads

TRAFFIC INFRASTRUCTURE
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Combination of three linear and one circular sign of: 2x1,6mm with 0,2mm blank in the shape of double horizontal solid line, and vertically on it (90 degrees) solid line of 0,9mm thickness is drawn. Over them a circle filled with RGB 255,255,255 is drawn of 6.0mm diameter. The ring is in RGB 0,0,0 colour. Lines are in RGB 130, 130, 130 colour.

Two level crossroad

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Triple linear sign 2x0,8mm with 0,2mm blank in between in the shape of solid line in RGB 255,255,255 colour; middle longer line is of 1,0mm thickness in the form of solid line in RGB 255,0,0 colour. Triple linear sign 2x0,8mm with 0,2mm blank in between in the shape of dashed line with short segments in RGB 255,255,255 colour; middle longer line is of 1,0mm thickness and the format is dashed middle segment-pointpoint-point-dashed middle segment in RGB 255,0,0 colour. The size of the sign is 8.0mm in RGB colour 255,0,0 with white background.

Bridge

Tunnel

Permanent border crossing Other crossings Petrol station

The size of the sign is 8.0mm in RGB 255,0,0 colour with white background.

The size of the sign is 8.0mm in RGB 255,0,0 colour with white background

ELEMENTS OF THE TRAFFIC LINE


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Line with middle line-point-line segment of 0.1mmthickness in RGB 255,255,255 colour. Solid line of 0.1mm thickness in RGB 255,255,255 colour Letter signature in combination with linear sign of 0.25mm thickness in RGB 130,130,130 colour in the shape of line-point-line. Letters and numbers are used without serif in RGB 255,255,255 colour the size of which is adjusted to the scale of planning document. Alphanumerical signature combined with linear sign of 0.25mm thickness in RGB 130,130,130 colour in the shape of line-point-line. Letters and numbers without serif are used in RGB 255,255,255 colour the size of which is adjusted to the scale of the planning document. Alphanumerical signature combined with linear sign of 0.25mm thickness in RGB 130,130,130 colour in the shape of solid line. Letters and numbers without serif are used in RGB 255,255,255 colour the size of which is adjusted to the scale of the planning document. Letter signature in combination with linear sign of 0.25mm thickness in RGB 0,0,0 colour in the shape of solid line. Letters and numbers without serif are used in RGB 189,46,0 colour, the size of which is adjusted to the scale of the planning document.

Tangent of the traffic line axis Traffic line type

Symbol of connection point

Symbol of tangent intersection

Symbol of traffic line intersection

OTHER TRAFFIC LINE ELEMENTS


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Solid line of 0.5mm thickness in RGB 129,0,0 colour Combination of circular and linear signs. Diameter of the rings is 8.0m in RGB 130,130,130, colour and the thickness of circular line is 0.5mm. In the center of the circle is a solid circle of 1.0mm diameter in RGB 130,130,130 colour. Blank between the centers of the rings is 7.5mm. Linear signs are in RGB 255,0,0 colour (thickness 0.25mm) and no. 253 (thickness 0.5mm). All lines are in solid format. Combination of circular and linear signs. Diameter of rings is 8.0m in RGB 0,129,31, colour and the thickness of circular line is 0.5mm. In the center of the rings is a solid circle of 1.0mm diameter in RGB 0,0,0 colour. Blank between the centers of the rings is 8.0mm. Linear signs are in RGB 130,130,130 colour. All lines are in solid format. Thickness of the lower line of the linear sign 0.5mm, while others are 0.25mm. Solid hatch in RGB 130,130,130 colour

Kerb

Other elements

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Alley

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Vehicular-pedestrian area Pedestrian areas

Solid line, 0,6 mm thickness, in colour RGB 120,135,135.

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/98/

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The sign can be presented as surfacelike or dotted depending on the scale of the plan and the size of the area. Surface variated signature combined with octogon (within circle of 5.5mm diameter ) in RGB 255,0,0, colour with a symbol within, on the white field (minimum blank between letters and the octangle is 0.3mm). Colour of the surface of the sign and letter symbol is RGB 255,170,170. Thicknes of the line is 0.5mm and 0.2mm in RGB 130,130,130 colour. Letters and frame are in RGB 255,0,0 colour. Thickness of the line is 0.5mm and 2x0.2mm with 0.3mm blanks in between in RGB 130,130,130 colour. Letters and frame are in RGB 255,0,0 colour. The sign can be presented as surfacelike or dotted depending on the scale of the plan and the size of the area. Surface variated signature combined with octogon (within circle of 5.5mm diameter) in RGB 255,0,0, colour with a symbol within, on the white field (minimum blank between letters and the octangle is 0.3mm). Colour of the surface of the sign and letter symbol is RGB 255,170,170. The sign can be presented as surfacelike or dotted depending on the scale of the plan and the size of the area. a) Solid line of 0.5mm thickness combined with octangular sign of 5.5mm size (considered as if it is inscribed within the circle). Sign shall be in RGB 39,0,79 colour.

Bus station

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Bus stop

Tram stop

Public parking and garage

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Railway

a)

b)
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Surfacelike raster variated by triple vertical lines of 0.1mm each density R20% on segment distance of 4mm (from central lines), in RGB 52,0,104 colour.

b)

The sign can be presented as surfacelike or dotted depending on the scale of the plan and the size of the area. Surface variated signature combined with octogon (within circle of 5.5mm diameter) with a symbol within, on the white field (minimum blank between letters and the octangle is 0.3mm). Colour of the background of the sign is RGB 212,170,255, while frames and letters are RGB 127,0,255. Surface variated signature combined with octogon (within circle of 5.5mm diameter) with anadequate symbol within, on the white field (minimum blank between letters and the octangle is 0.3mm). Colour of the sign is RGB 127,0,255. Solid line of 0.3mm thickness combined with square signs of 2mm size diagonaly split, with only one half filled. On the line from the lower side on each 10.0mm short lines of 1.0mm are inserted. Sign should be in RGB 39,0,79 colour.

Railway station

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Railway stop

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Cableway

AIR TRAFFIC
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Sign field should be white, and the frame and signature in RGB 0,0,255 colour. The size of the sign is 10.0mm.

International airport for international and domestic air traffic Other airports

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Sign field should be white, and the frame and signature in RGB 0,0,255 colour. The size of the sign is 8.0mm.

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Sign field should be white, and the frame and signature in RGB 0,0,255 colour. The size of the sign is 6.0mm. Sign field should be white, and the frame and signature in RGB 0,0,255 colour. The diameter of the sign is 6.0mm. Sign field should be white, and the frame and signature in RGB 0,0,255 colour. The diameter of the sign is 6.0mm. Dashed line in format long line-point-point-long line of 0.8mm thickness in RGB 170,212,255 colour Dashed line in format long line-point-point-point-long line of 0.6mm thickness in RGB 126,157,189 colour Sign field should be white, and the frame and signature in RGB 0,0,255 colour. The size of the sign is 8.0mm.

Air dock Runway

Heliodrom

International airway Internal airway

Border air crossing

MARITIME TRAFFIC
Sea port of international significance Sea port of local significance
Sign field should be in RGB 0,191,255 colour, and vignette of the anchor in RGB 0,25,104 colour. The size of the sign is 10.0mm. Sign field should be in RGB 0,191,255 colour, and vignette of the anchor in RGB 0,25,104 colour. The size of the sign is 6.0mm. Sign field should be in RGB 0,0,255 colour of 0.5mm thickness. Vignette is in RGB 0,255,255 colour, and the background is in RGB 170,191,255 colour. The width of the sign is 12.0mm, while the heigth is 5.5mm. Dashed line in format long line-point-point-long line debljine 1.0mm u boji RGB 0,0,79 Dashed line in format middle line-point-point-point-middle line of 0.8mm thickness in RGB 0,0,79 Sign is in RGB 0,0,255 colour with white background. The size of the sign is 8.0mm. Cross hatching and frame of the sign are in RGB 0,63,255 colour, and vignette of the anchor and its frame are in RGB 0,0,255 colour. The backround of the sign is in shape of triple line hatching. The width of the sign is 12.0mm, while the heigth is 5.5mm.

Special purpose sea port of state importance International navigation road Internal navigation road Marine border crossing Port

Commercial port

The sign can be presented as surfacelike or dotted depending on the scale of the plan and the size of the area. a) Dotted version is RGB 65,65,65, size 10.0mm with white background.

b)

We get the surfacelike version by adding the frame in RGB 128,128,128 colour around dotted version and the cross hatching in the same colour and shape of horizontal triple solid lines.

a) b)
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/100/

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Travel port

The sign can be presented as surfacelike or dotted depending on the scale of the plan and the size of the area. a) Dotted version is in RGB 0,0,255 colour, size 10.0mm with white background.

b)
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We get the surfacelike version by adding the frame in RGB 0,63,255 colour and the cross hatching in the same colour and shape of vertical triple solid lines.

a) b) a) b) a) b) a) b)

The sign can be presented as surfacelike or dotted depending on the scale of the plan and the size of the area. a) Dotted version is in RGB 65,65,65 colour of 10.0mm size with white background.

b)
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We get the surfacelike version by adding the frame in RGB 128,128,128 colour the cross hatching in the same colour and shape of vertical triple solid lines.

Ferry boat

The sign can be presented as surfacelike or dotted depending on the scale of the plan and the size of the area. a) Dotted version is in RGB 65,65,65 colour, size 10.0mm with white background.

b)
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We get the surfacelike version by adding around the dooted one the frame in RGB 128,128,128 colour and the cross hatching in the same colour and shape of horizontal dashed lines.

Light house

The sign can be presented as surfacelike or dotted depending on the scale of the plan and the size of the area. a) Dotted version is in RGB 0,0,255 colour of 10.0mm size with white backround.

b)

We get the surfacelike version by adding around the dooted one the frame in RGB 0,63,255 colour and the cross hatching in the same colour in shape of horizontal dashed lines.

INTEGRAL TRANSPORT 90 Terminal

Colour RGB 104,0,104. Length of sides 8.0mm.

V WATER AREAS
DEVELOPMENT OF WATERCOURSES AND WATERS, REGULATORY AND PROTECTIVE SYSTEM
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The sign can be presented as surfacelike or dotted depending on the scale of the plan and the size of the area. a) Dotted version is in RGB 0,0,129 of 10.0mm size with white letter symbol and frame.

b)
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a) b)

We get the surfacelike version by adding around the dotted one the solid hatch in RGB 0,0,129 colour.

The sign can be presented as surfacelike or dotted depending on the scale of the plan and the size of the area. a) Dotted version is in RGB 0,0,255 colour of 10.0mm size with white letter symbol and frame.

b)
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a)

We get the surfacelike version by adding around the dotted one the solid hatch in RGB 0,0,255 colour.

The sign can be presented as surfacelike or dotted depending on the scale of the plan and the size of the area. a) Linear variant for smaller watercourses: Solid single line, thickness 0,2 mm, in colour RGB 0,0,255. In the middle of the line is square, size 0,8 mm, with white letter sign and frame.

b)

a) b)
c) a) b)

b) c)
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Linear variant for main watercourses: Solid double line, thickness 0,2 mm, in colour RGB 0,0,255. Between the lines is area with 0,4 mm of width ,in colour RGB 0,0,165. In the middle of the line is square, size 0,8 mm, with white letter sign and frame. We get the surfacelike version by adding around the dotted one the solid hatch in colour RGB 0,0,255.

Accumulation

The sign can be presented as surfacelike or dotted depending on the scale of the plan and the size of the area. a) Dotted version is in RGB 0,0,255 colour of 10.0mm size with white letter symbol and frame.

b)
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Reservoir

We get the surfacelike version by adding around the dotted one the solid hatch in RGB 0,0,255 colour.

The sign can be presented as surfacelike or dotted depending on the scale of the plan and the size of the area. a) Dotted version is in RGB 0,0,255 colour of 10.0mm size with white letter symbol and frame.

b)
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a)

We get the surfacelike version by adding around the dotted one solid hatch in RGB 0,0,255 colour.

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Channel

Embankement

Double solid line of 0.8mm thickness with 0.2mm blank between. Upper line is in RGB 0,0,255 colour and the lower one is in RGB 104,69,78 colour. Triple solid lide of 0.5mm thickness with 0.2mm blank in RGB 104,69,78 colour (outer lines) and 0.8mm in RGB 0,0,255 colour (middle line)

b)

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/102/

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Barrier

Double solid line of 0.8mm thickness (upper) and 1.0mm (lower) with 0.2mm blank. Upper line is in RGB 0,0,255 colour, and lower line is in RGB 104,69,78 colour. On upper line, 1mm squares are placed on 5mm distance from the middle of the square (on upper side of the line).

WATER AND THE SEA


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In the format of solid circular sign with a ring of 0.3mm thickness, 12mm diameter around it. The sign is in RGB 0,63,255 colour.

Water springs 100 - 1000 L/S Water springs 10 100 L/S Water springs < 10 L/S

In the format of solid circular sign of 10.0mm diameter in RGB 0,63,255 colour. In the format of solid circular sign of 8.0mm diameter in RGB 0,63,255 colour.

In the format of solid circular sign of 6.0mm diameter in RGB 0,63,255 colour. The sign can be presented as surfacelike or dotted depending on the scale of the plan and the size of the area. Signature varies in surface in RGB 105,105,105 colour grey field in combination with letter symbols. Letters without sheriff should be used in 5 to 15pt size in white. The frame of the sign is in RGB 63,0,255 colour. Thickness of the frame line is 0.5mm, in the format of solid line in RGB 63,0,255 colour. The sign can be presented as surfacelike or dotted depending on the scale of the plan and the size of the area. Signature varies in surface in RGB 105,105,105 colour grey field in combination with letter symbols. Letters without sheriff should be used in 5 to 15pt size in white. The frame of the sign is in RGB 63,0,255 colour. Thickness of the frame line is 0.5mm, in the format of dashed line with medium segments in RGB 63,0,255 colour.

Protected water spring areas

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Protected water spring areas

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Protected water spring areas

The sign can be presented as surfacelike or dotted depending on the scale of the plan and the size of the area. Signature varies in surface in RGB 105,105,105 colour grey field in combination with letter symbols. Letters without sheriff of 5 to 15pt in white. The frame of the sign is inRGB 63,0,255 colour. Thickness of the frame line is 0.5mm, in the formate of dashed line with short segments in RGB 63,0,255 colour. Solid line of 1.5mm thickness in RGB 0,127,255 colour. In the middle of the line is octagon of 5.0mm size (considered as if it was enscribed in the ring) in which the category of water course is marked. Solid line of 1.5mm thickness in RGB 0,127,255. In the middle of the line is octagon of 5.0mm size (considered as if it was enscribed in the ring) in which the category of water course is marked.

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Water course (I category)

Water course (II category)

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Flooding area

It is possible to present the sign as surfaclike or dotted depending from the scale of the plan and the size of the area. Variated raster of triple lines of 0.1mm thickness, hue value of which is 40%, distance between segment fields 3mm (from middle lines). The frame is dashed line with medium segments of 0.5mm thickness. The sign is in RGB 31,0,129 colour. It is possible to present the sign as surfaclike or dotted depending from the scale of the plan and the size of the area. Variated raster of crossed lines of 0.1mm thickness, hue value of which is 80%. The frame is dashed line with medium segments of 0.5mm thickness. The sign is in RGB 31,0,129 colour. It is possible to present the sign as surfaclike or dotted depending from the scale of the plan and the size of the area. Variated raster of horizontal lines of 0.1mm thickness, hue value of which is 60%, distance between segment fields is 2 mm (from the medium lines). The frame is solid line of 0.5mm thickness. The sign is in RGB 25,0,104 colour.

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Protected submarine area Landing place

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Safety area

It is possible to present the sign as surfaclike or dotted depending from the scale of the plan and the size of the area. Variated raster of crossed lines of 0.1mm thickness in RGB 255,191,0 colour, hue value of which is 80%. The frame is dashed line with mediumsegments of 0.5mm thickness in RGB 0,0,255 colour.

VI OTHER INFRASTRUCTURE
TELECOMMUNICATION INFRASTRUCTURE
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Solid line, 0.9mm thickness, in colour RGB 255,191,0 over which vertically short lines are drawn on each 4mm. Solid line, 0.7mm thickness, in colour RGB 255,191,0 over which back-slashes are drawn on each 4mm. Dashed line, thickness 0.7mm, in colour RGB 255,191,0 over which vertically short lines are drawn on each 4mm. Solid line, 1.0mm thickness, in colour RGB 255,234,170 over which vertically short lines are drawn on each 4mm.

TC underground line

Removal of the TC underground line Planned TC underground line

TC underground line of higher importance Removal of TC underground line of higher importance

Solid line, 0.9mm thickness, in colour RGB 255,234,170 over which backslashes are drawn on each 4mm. Dashed line, 0.9mm thickness, in colour RGB 255,234,170 over which vertically short lines are drawn on each 4mm.
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Planned TC underground line of higher importance

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Solid line, 0.4mm thickness ,in colour RGB 255,191,0 over which short arrows are drawn on each 4mm (meaning from the top of the arrows). Dashed line, 0.3mm thickness, in colour RGB 255,191,0 over which blank short arrows are drawn on each 4mm (meaning from the top of the arrows). Dashed line, 0.3mm thickness,in colour RGB 255,191,0 over which short arrows are drawn on each 4mm (meaning from the top of the arrows). Solid line, 0.6mm thickness, in colour RGB 255,234,170 over which short arrows are drawn on each 4mm (meaning from the top of the arrows). Dashed line, 0.4mm thicknes, in colour RGB 255,234,170 over which short blank arrows are drawn on each 4mm (meaning from the top of the arrows). Dashed line, 0.4mm thickness, in colour RGB 255,234,170 over which short arrows are drawn on each 4mm (meaning from the top of the arrows). Frame is in a shape of solid line 0.5mm thickness, in colour RGB 255,191,0, with letter signs on white background, without serifs, of a size adjusted with a scale of planning document, in colour RGB 189,141,0. The size of the sign is 8.0mm. Frame is in a shape of dashed line 0.5mm thickness, in colour RGB 255,191,0 with letter signs on white background,without serifs, of a size adjusted with a scale of planning document, in colour RGB 189,141,0. The size of the sign is 8.0mm. Frame is in a shape of solid line, 0.5mm thickness,in colour RGB 255,191,0, with letter signs on white background, without serifs,of a size adjusted with a scale of planning document ,in colour RGB 189,141,0. The size of the sign is 8.0mm. Frame is in a shape of dashed line 0.5mm thickness,in colour RGB 255,191,0, with letter signs on white background , without serifs, of a size adjusted with a scale of planning document, colour RGB 189,141,0. The size of the sign is 8.0mm. Signature is in colour RGB 255,191,0 . The size of the sign is 6.0mm. Frame of the sign is in a shape of solid line, 0.1mm thickness,in colour RGB 255,191,0 . The size of the sign is 6.0mm.

TC ground line

Removal of TC ground line Planned TC ground line

TC ground line of higher importance

Removal of TC ground line of higher importance Planned TC ground line of higher importance Telephone central

Planned telephone central

Mobile phone base station

Planned mobile phone base station TC shaft

Planned TC shaft

ENERGETIC INFRASTRUCTURE
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Field of the sign is in colour RGB 130,130,130, in combination with letter sign in white colour. Frame of the sign is in white colour, 0.35mm thickness in a shape of solid line. The size of the sign is 10.0mm.

Electro energetic facility

PIPELINE GAS TRANSPORT


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Solid line, 0.8mm thickness, in colour RGB 63,255,0. Dashed line, 0.7mm thickness, in colour RGB 63,255,0. Solid line, 0.7mm thickness, in colour RGB 63,255,0 over which blank circles are drawn on each 10.0mm (from the center). Solid line, 1.0mm thickness, in colour RGB 63,255,0. Dashed line, 0.9mm thickness, in colour RGB 63,255,0.

Gas pipeline

Planned gas pipeline

Removal of the gas pipeline

Pipeline of higher importance

Solid line, 0.9mm thickness, in colour RGB 63,255,0 over which unfilled circles are drawn on each 10.0mm (from the circle center).

Planned pipeline of higher importance Gas pipeline reduction station

Removal of the pipeline of higher importance

Frame of the sign is in a shape of solid line, 0.5mm thickness, in colour RGB 63,255,0, with letter signs on white background, without serifs, in colour 19,79,0. The size of the sign is 8.0mm. Frame of the sign is in a shape of dashed line, 0.5mm thickness, in colour RGB 63,255,0, with letter signs on white background, without serifs, in colour 19,79,0. The size of the sign is 8.0mm.

Planned gas pipeline reduction station

HOT WATER PIPELINE


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Solid line, 0.7mm thickness, in colour RGB 129,31,0. Dashed line, 0.8mm thickness, in colour RGB 129,31,0. Solid line, 0.8mm thickness, in colour RGB 129,31,0 over which blank rhombs are drawn in segments on each 6mm. Solid line, 0.9mm thickness, in colour RGB 129,31,0.

Planned hot water pipeline

Removal of the hot water pipeline

Hot water pipeline of higher importance


Dashed line, 1.0mm thickness, in colour RGB 129,31,0.

Planned hot water pipeline of higher importance Removal of the hot water pipeline of higher importance Hot water pipeline substation
Solid line, 1.0mm thickness, in colour RGB 129,31,0 over which blank rhombs are drawn in segments on each 6mm. Frame of the sign is in a shape of solid line, 0.5mm thickness, in colour RGB 129,31,0 with letter sign on white background, without serifs, in colour RGB 255,0,0. The size of the sign is 8.0mm. Frame of the sign is in a shape of dashed line, 0.5mm thickness, in colour RGB 129,31,0 with letter sign on white background, in colour RGB 255,0,0. The size of the sign is 8.0mm.

Planned hot water pipeline substation

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ELECTRO ENERGETIC INFRASTRUCTURE


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Double solid line, 1.1mm thickness, in colour RGB 255,127,0 and with a space of 0.2mm Double dashed lines with short segments of 1.1mm thickness, in colour RGB 255,127,0 and with space of 0.2mm. Double solid line, 1.1mm thickness, in colour RGB 245,217,173 and with a space of 0.2mm. Solid line, 1.1mm thickness, in colour RGB 255,127,0 Dashed line with short segments of 1.1mm thickness, in colour RGB 255,127,0 Solid line, 1.1mm thickness, in colour RGB 245,217,173 Solid line, 0.9mm thickness, in colour RGB 255,127,0. Dashed line with short segments of 0.9mm thickness, in colour RGB 255,127,0 Solid line, 0.9mm thickness, in colour RGB 245,217,173 Solid line, 0.7mm thickness, in colour RGB 255,127,0 Dashed line with short segments of 0.7mm thickness, in colour RGB 255,127,0 Solid line, 0.9mm thickness, in colour RGB 245,217,173 Solid line, 0.5mm thickness, in colour RGB 255,127,0 Dashed line with short segments of 0.5mm thickness, in colour RGB 255,127,0 Solid line, 0.9mm thickness, in colour RGB 245,217,173 Solid line, 0.4mm thickness, in colour RGB 255,127,0 Dashed line with short segments of 0.4mm thickness, in colour RGB 255,127,0 Solid line, 0.4mm thickness, in colour RGB 245,217,173 Solid line, 0.35mm thickness, in colour RGB 255,127,0 Dashed line with short segment of 0.35mm thickness, in colour RGB 255,127,0 Solid line, 0.35mm thickness, in colour RGB 245,217,173

Electro-line 400 kV

Electro-line 400 kV - Planned

Electro-line 400 kV Removal Electro-line 220 kV Electro-line 220 kV Planned Electro-line 110 kV

Electro-line 220 kV Removal Electro-line 110 kV Planned Electro-line 35 kV

Electro-line 110 kV Removal Electro-line 35 kV - Planned Electro-line 20 kV

Electro-line 35 kV - Removal Electro-line 20 kV Planned Electro-line 10 kV

Electro-line 20 kV Removal Electro-line 10 kV - Planned Electro-line 0,4 kV

Electro-line 10 kV Removal

Electro-line 0,4 kV Planned

Electro-line 0,4 kV Removal

TRANSFORMING AND DEPLOYMENT FACILITY


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Frame of the sign is in a shape of solid line, 0.5mm thickness, in colour RGB 255,63,0, with letter signs on white background, without serifs, in colour RGB 255,0,0. The size of the sign is 8.0mm. Frame of the sign is in a shape of dashed line, 0.5mm thickness, in colour RGB 255,63,0, with letter signs on white background, without serifs, in colour RGB 255,0,0. The size of the sign is 8.0mm. Frame of the sign is in a shape of solid line, 0.5mm thickness, in colour RGB 255,63,0, with white background on which the symbol is drawn, in colour RGB 255,0,0. The size of the sign is 6.0mm. Frame of the sign is in a shape of solid line, 0.5mm thickness, in colour RGB 255,63,0, with the white backgroundon which the sign is drawn, in colour RGB 255,0,0. The size of the sign is 6.0mm.

Transformer station

Planned transformer station Deployment facility

Electric drive facility

ELECTROENERGETICS PRODUCTION FACILITIES


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Frame of the sign and diagonal are in a shape of solid line, 0.5mm thickness, in colour RGB 0,0,255, with the white background. The size of the sign is 10.0mm. Frame of the sign and diagonal are in a shape of solid line, 0.5mm thickness, in colour RGB 51,51,51, with the white background. The size of the sign is 10.0mm. Frame of the sign and diagonal are in a shape of solid line, 0.5mm thickness, in colour RGB 255,0,63, with the white background. The size of the sign is 10.0mm. Frame of the sign and diagonal are in a shape of solid line, 0.5mm thickness, in colour RGB 0,104,52, with the white background. The size of the sign is 10.0mm. Frame of the sign and diagonal are in a shape of solid line, 0.5mm thickness, in colour RGB 255,255,0, with the white background. The size of the sign is 10.0mm. Frame of the sign and diagonal are in a shape of solid line, 0.5mm thickness, in colour RGB 129,86,118, with the white background.The size of the sign is 10.0mm Frame of the sign is in a shape of dashed line, 0.5mm thickness, with the diagonal in shape of solid line, 0.5mm thickness. Lines are in colour RGB 0,0,255, and the background is white. The size of the sign is 10.0mm. Frame of the sign is in a shape of dashed line, 0.5mm thickness, with the diagonal in shape of solid line, 0.5mm thickness. Lines are in colour RGB 51,51,51, and the background is white. The size of the sign is 10.0mm.

Hydro power plant

Thermal power plant

Thermal power plant heating plant Windmill

Solar energy

Gas and fuel oil power plant Planned hydropower plant

Planned thermal power plant

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Frame of the sign is in a shape of dashed line, 0.5mm thickness, with the diagonal in shape of solid line, 0.5mm thickness. Lines are in colour RGB 255,0,63, and the background is white. The size of the sign is 10.0mm. Frame of the sign is in a shape of dashed line, 0.5mm thickness, with the diagonal in shape of solid line, 0.5mm thickness. Lines are in colour RGB 0,104,52, ,and the background is white. The size of the sign is 10.0mm. Frame of the sign is in a shape of dashed line, 0.5mm thickness, with the diagonal in shape of solid line, 0.5mm thickness. Lines are in colour RGB 255,255,0, ,and the background is white. The size of the sign is 10.0mm. Frame of the sign is in a shape of dashed line, 0.5mm thickness, with the diagonal in shape of solid line, 0.5mm thickness. Lines are in colour RGB 129,86,118, and the background is white. The size of the sign is 10.0mm.

Planned thermal power plant heating plant Planned windmill

Planned solar energy

Planned gas and fuel oil power plant

HYDRO ENERGETIC INFRASTRUCTURE WATER SUPPLY


186 187 188 189 190 191 192 193 194 195 Water supply
Solid line, 0.7mm thickness, in colour RGB 0,0,255. Dashed line with middle segments of 0.7mm thickness, in colour RGB 63,0,255 Solid line, 0.7mm thickness, in colour RGB 127,0,255 over which double slash is drawn on each 5.0mm. Solid line, 1.1mm thickness, in colour RGB 0,0,255. Dashed line with middle segments of 1.1mm thickness, in colour RGB 63,0,255. Solid line, 1.1mm thickness, in colour RGB 127,0,255 over which double slash is drawn on each 5.0mm. Frame of the sign is in a shape of solid line, 0.5mm thickness, in colour RGB 0,0,255, with letter signs on white background, without serifs, in colour RGB 0,63,255. The size of the sign is 8.0mm. Frame of the sign is in a shape of dashed line, 0.5mm thickness, in colour RGB 63,0,255, with letter signs on white background, without serifs, in colour RGB 0,63,255. The size of the sign is 8.0mm. Frame of the sign is in a shape of solid line, 0.5mm thickness, in colour RGB 0,0,255, , with letter signs on white background, without serifs, in colour RGB 0,63,255. The size of the sign is 8.0mm. Frame of the sign is in a shape of dashed line, 0.5mm thickness, in colour RGB 63,0,255, with letter signs on white background, without serifs, in colour RGB 0,63,255. The size of the sign is 8.0mm.

Planned water supply

Removal of water supply

Water supply of higher importance

Planned water supply of higher importance

Removal of water supply of higher importance Existing reservoir

Planned reservoir

Existing pumping station

Planned pumping station

FAECAL SEWAGE SYSTEM


196 197 198 199 200 201 202 203 204
Solid line,0.7mm thickness, in colour RGB 104,0,0. Dashed line with short segment of 0.7mm thickness, in colour RGB 104,0,0. Point-point line 0.7mm thickness, in colour RGB 104,0,0. Solid line, 1.2mm thickness, in colour RGB 104,0,0. Dashed line with short segment of 1.2mm thickness, in colour RGB 104,0,0. Point-point line, 1.2mmthickness, in colour RGB 104,0,0.

Sewage line

Planned sewage line

Removal of sewage line

Sewage line of higher importance

Planned sewage line of higher importance Existing revision shaft

Signature is in colour RGB 165,82,0. The size of the sign is 6.0mm. Frame of the signature is in a shape of solid line, 0.1mm thickness, in colour RGB 255,127,0, with the white background. The size of the sign is 6.0mm.

Removal of sewage line of higher importance Planned revision shaft Direction of discharge

Solid line, 0.7mm thickness, in colour RGB 51,51,51 over which in the middle arrow with feathers under the angle of 22 is drawn, in colour RGB 255,127,0.

ATMOSPHERIC SEWAGE
205 206 207 208 209 210 211 212 213
Solid line, 0.7mm thickness, in colour RGB 44,136,19 Dashed line with middle segment of 0.7mm thickness, in colour RGB 44,136,19 Solid line, 0.7mm thickness, in colour RGB 65,65,65 over which double slashes are drawn on each 5.0mm. Solid line, 1.1mm thickness, in colour RGB 44,136,19 Dashed line with middle segment of 1.1mm thickness, in colour RGB 44,136,19

Sewage line

Planned sewage line

Removal of sewage line

Sewage line of higher importance

Planned sewage line of higher importance Existing revision shaft

Solid line, 1.1mm thickness, in colour RGB 65,65,65 over which double slashes are drawn on each 5.0mm. Signature is in colour RGB 0,0,79. The size of the sign is 6.0mm. Frame of the signature is in a shape of dashed line with short segments, 0.1mm thickness, in colour RGB 79,63,127, with the white background. The size of the sign is 6.0mm. Solid line, 0.7mm thickness, in colour RGB 105,105,105 over which in the middle arrow with feathers under the angle of 22 is drawn, in colour RGB 63,79,127.

Removal of sewage line of higher importance Planned revision shaft Conduit course

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COMMUNAL INFRASTRUCTURE PROCESSING,STORING AND DISPOSING OF WASTE


214 215 216 218 219 220
Signature is in colour RGB 255,255,170, with the frame in a shape of solid line, 0.5mm thickness, in colour RGB 51,51,51. The size of the signature is 10.0mm. Background of the signature is in colour RGB 189,189,126, with the frame in shape of dashed line, 0.5mm thickness, in colour RGB 51,51,51. The size of the signature is 10.0mm.

Existing waste disposal

Planned waste disposal

Frame line, 0.5mm thickness, in colour RGB 0,0,0, with the background in the combination of colours RGB 255,191,0 and 190,190,190. The size of the signature is 10.0mm.

Object for processing, storing and disposing radioactive waste

Frame line, 0.5mm thickness, in colour RGB 0,0,0, with the background in a shape of net consisting of horizontal and vertical lines in black colour (Raster colour hue R60%) behind which is background in colour RGB 255,191,0. The size of the signature is 10.0mm. Sign can be presented as surface-like or as dotted, depending on the scale of plan and the range of area. Frame of sign in a shape of solid line, 0.5mm thickness, in colour RGB 0,0,0. Raster colour hue R80% -lines under the angle of 45 . In the middle of the sign is letter symbol around which is octogon of 5.5mm diameter with white background.

Object for processing, storing and disposing other radioactive waste Graveyard

Sign can be presented as surface-like or as dotted, depending on the scale of plan and the range of area. Frame of sign in a shape of dashed line, 0.5mm thickness, in colour RGB 0,0,0. Raster colour hue R80% -lines under the angle of 45 . In the middle of the sign is letter symbol around which is octogon of 5.5mm diameter with white background.

Planned graveyard

VII LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE


221 222 223 224 225 226 227 Formatted valuable area of urban and rural units Valuable parts of the settlement

Frame of the sign in shape of solid line, 0.5mm thickness, in colour RGB 255,63,0 Raster colour hue R60% -triple vertical and horizontal lines in colour RGB 94,189,0. Dashed line, 0.5mm thickness, in colour RGB 64,129,0 above which pentagon of 3.5mm diameter and arrow are drawn, in colour RGB 129,0,0. Line of the arrow, 0.3mm thickness, is in a shape of dashed line with the feathers in a shape of solid line.

Protected area with particularly valuable or sensitive urban or rural constituents Green Corridor

Frame of the sign is in shape of solid line, 0.5mm thickness, in colour RGB 255,63,0. Raster colour hue R60% - double horizontal dashed line connected with vertical lines in colour RGB 94,189,0. In format of dashed stripe with middle segments and transparency of 25% u in colour RGB 127,255,0. Thickness of the sign is 5.0mm, with the space between the segments of1.0mm.

Spots and places significant for panoramic landscape value Linear greenery

Dashed line, 0.5mm thickness, in colour RGB 64,129,0 above which are filled circle of 3.5mm diameter and arrow in colour RGB 191,255,0. Thickness of the arrow line is 0.3mm, with the feathers of the arrow in a shape of solid line, while the base of the arrow is in a shape of dashed line. Three connected circles of 8.0mm diameter in colour RGB 64,129,0 in form of solid line, 0.5mm thickness. In the center of each circle there is a small filled circle of 1.0mm diameter, in colour RGB 190,190,190. Sign can be presented as surface-like or as dotted, depending on the scale of plan and the range of area. Frame of sign is in a shape of dashed line, 0.5mm a) In case of dotted presentation, the field sign is white with the inner frame thickness of 0.35mm, in colour RGB 234,255,170 in combination with the letter sign (use letters without serifs size from 5 to 15pt in colour RGB 191,255,0).

The monument of landscape architecture

b)

a) b)

Sign is presented surface-like if the area of the landscape architecture monument is bigger than the surface of plan sign. In this case external frame is added in shape of solid line, 0.5mm thickness, in colour RGB 234,255,170 and fill in the form of a grid of horizontal and vertical lines, in colour RGB 191,255,0.

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PUBLIC PURPOSE OBJECTS OF LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE


228 229 230 231 232 233 234 235 Park
Frame line, 0.3mm thickness, is in colour RGB 31,129,0. Letter signs are in colour RGB 0,0,0. The size of the sign is 8.0mm.

Recreation zones Park forest

Frame line, 0.3mm thickness, is in colour RGB 31,129,0. Letter signs are in colour RGB 0,0,0. The size of the sign is 8.0mm.

Frame line, 0.3mm thickness, is in colour RGB 31,129,0. Letter signs are in colour RGB 0,0,0. The size of the sign is 8.0mm.

Coast organization

Frame line, 0.3mm thickness, is in colour RGB 31,129,0. Letter signs are in colour RGB 0,0,0. The size of the sign is 8.0mm.

Greenery along traffic lines Square Place

Frame line, 0.3mm thickness, is in colour RGB 31,129,0. Letter signs are in colour RGB 0,0,0. The size of the sign is 8.0mm.

Frame line, 0.3mm thickness, is in colour RGB 31,129,0. Letter signs are in colour RGB 0,0,0. The size of the sign is 8.0mm.

Frame line, 0.3mm thickness, is in colour RGB 31,129,0. Letter signs are in colour RGB 0,0,0. The size of the sign is 8.0mm.

Pedestrian street

Frame line, 0.3mm thickness, is in colour RGB 31,129,0. Letter signs are in colour RGB 0,0,0. The size of the sign is 8.0mm.

LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE OBJECTS OF LIMITED PURPOSE


236 237 238 239 240 Residential building blocks greenery
Frame line, 0.3mm thickness, is in colour RGB 31,129,0. Letter signs are in colour RGB 0,0,0. The size of the sign is 8.0mm.

Greenery of the administrative objects Greenery of the bussiness objects Greenery of the religious objects Sports and recreation areas

Frame line, 0.3mm thickness, is in colour RGB 31,129,0. Letter signs are in colour RGB 0,0,0. The size of the sign is 8.0mm.

Frame line, 0.3mm thickness, is in colour RGB 31,129,0. Letter signs are in colour RGB 0,0,0. The size of the sign is 8.0mm.

Frame line, 0.3mm thickness, is in colour RGB 31,129,0. Letter signs are in colour RGB 0,0,0. The size of the sign is 8.0mm.

Tickness of the frame line is 0.3mm in the RGB 94,189,0 coulour. Letter signs are in RGB 0,0,0 colour. The signs size is 8,00mm.

241 242 243 244 245 246 247 248 249 250 251

Greenery of the educational objects Greenery of the health objects Greenery for tourism (Hotels)

Tickness of the frame line is 0.3mm in the RGB 94,189,0 colour. Letter signs are in RGB 0,0,0 colour. The signs size is 8,00mm.

Tickness of the frame line is 0.3mm in the RGB 94,189,0 colour. Letter signs are in RGB 0,0,0 colour. The signs size is 8,00mm.

Tickness of the frame line is 0.3mm in the RGB 94,189,0 colour. Letter signs are in RGB 0,0,0 colour. The signs size is 8,00mm.

Greenery of tourism settlements Greenery of the camps

Tickness of the frame line is 0.3mm in the RGB 94,189,0 colour. Letter signs are in RGB 0,0,0 colour. The signs size is 8,00mm.

Tickness of the frame line is 0.3mm in the RGB 94,189,0 colour. Letter signs are in RGB 0,0,0 colour. The signs size is 8,00mm.

Greenery around the objects of nautic toursm Greenery of health tourism

Tickness of the frame line is 0.3mm in the RGB 94,189,0 colour. Letter signs are in RGB 0,0,0 colour. The signs size is 8,00mm.

Tickness of the frame line is 0.3mm in the RGB 94,189,0 colour. Letter signs are in RGB 0,0,0 colour. The signs size is 8,00mm.

Greenery of resorts and hostels

Tickness of the frame line is 0.3mm in the RGB 94,189,0 colour. Letter signs are in RGB 0,0,0 colour. The signs size is 8,00mm.

Greenery of mountaineering and hunting huts Specialized parks

Tickness of the frame line is 0.3mm in the RGB 94,189,0 colour. Letter signs are in RGB 0,0,0 colour. The signs size is 8,00mm.

Tickness of the frame line is 0.3mm in the RGB 94,189,0 colour. Letter signs are in RGB 0,0,0 colour. The signs size is 8,00mm.

Greenery of the individual housing objects

Tickness of the frame line is 0.3mm in the RGB 94,189,0 colour. Letter signs are in RGB 0,0,0 colour. The signs size is 8,00mm.

LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE OBJECTS OF SPECIAL PURPOSE


252 253
Tickness of the frame line is 0.3mm in the RGB 94,189,0 colour. Letter signs are in RGB 0,0,0 colour. The signs size is 8,00mm.

Graveyard

Tickness of the frame line is 0.3mm in the RGB 94,189,0 colour. Letter signs are in RGB 0,0,0 colour. The signs size is 8,00mm.
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Protective strips

/114/

254 255 256 257 258 259 260

Tickness of the frame line is 0.3mm in the RGB 94,189,0 colour. Letter signs are in RGB 0,0,0 colour. The signs size is 8,00mm.

Vertical greenery

Tickness of the frame line is 0.3mm in the RGB 94,189,0 colour. Letter signs are in RGB 0,0,0 colour. The signs size is 8,00mm.

Industrial zones greenery

Tickness of the frame line is 0.3mm in the RGB 94,189,0 colour. Letter signs are in RGB 0,0,0 colour. The signs size is 8,00mm.

Greenery of warehouses, storages, services Greenery of infrastructure Areas for recultivation Areas for recovering

Tickness of the frame line is 0.3mm in the RGB 94,189,0 colour. Letter signs are in RGB 0,0,0 colour. The signs size is 8,00mm.

Tickness of the frame line is 0.3mm in the RGB 94,189,0 colour. Letter signs are in RGB 0,0,0 colour. The signs size is 8,00mm.

Tickness of the frame line is 0.3mm in the RGB 94,189,0 colour. Letter signs are in RGB 0,0,0 colour. The signs size is 8,00mm.

Tickness of the frame line is 0.3mm in the RGB 94,189,0 colour. Letter signs are in RGB 0,0,0 colour. The signs size is 8,00mm.

Areas around the objects of defence and protection and military poligons

VIII IMMOVABLE CULTURAL HERITAGE


261 262 263 264
Tickness of the frame line is 0.3mm in the RGB 127,0,255 colour. In the middle of the sign is rectangle with the sides size of 2.00mm in RGB 127,0,255 colour. The signs size is 8.0mm. The sign is in the shape of stylized borders of Montnegro filled with solid hatch around wich there is rectangle. The sign is in RGB 127,0,255 colour and line tickness is 0.35mm. In the bottom half of the sign there are filled circles in RGB 190,190,190 colour. Width of the sign is 8.0mm. The sign is in RGB 127,0,255 colour. In the middle of the sign there is a white circle. Width of the sign is 8.0mm.

International importance World heritage National importance Local importance

Tickness of the frame line is 0.3mm in the shape of solid line in RGB 127,0,255 colour. In the middle of the sign is square with the sides size of 2.00mm in RGB 127,0,255 colour. Width of the sign is 8.0mm. There is a dashed line around the sign. The outer frame tickness is 0.5 mm in the RGB 127,0,255 colour with the grid in the shape of wavy dashed lines in RGB 127,0,255 colour.

Proposal for including in the list of the World heritage in preparation Protected (buffer) zone

265

AREA AND LOCALITIES


266 267 268
The signs frame is solid line of 0.5mm tickness. Raster colour hue is R60%triple horizontal and vertical lines in RGB 46,0,189 colour ( the frame is in the same colour). The signs frame is 0.3mm. In the bottom part of the sign there is a triangle. Whole signature is in RGB 127,0,255 colour. Background is in white colour. The signs size is 6.0mm. Tickness of the frame is 0.3mm. In the upper part of the sign there is a triangle. Whole signature is in RGB 127,0,255 colour. Background is in white colour. The signs size is 6.0mm.

Archeological area

Land archeological locality

Underwater archeological locality

CULTURAL HISTORICAL WHOLES AND COMPLEXES


269 270 271
Tickness of the frame is 0.3mm. Within the sign there are two triangles and above the sign there is one triangle. Whole signature is in RGB 69,69,104 colour. Background is in white colour. Width of the sign is 6.00mm. . Whole signature is in RGB 69,69,104 colour. Background is in white colour. Width of the sign is 6.00 mm. Whole signature is in RGB 69,69,104 colour. Backgorund is in white coulour. Width of the sign is 6.00 mm.

Ambiental whole Old town

Urban and rural settlements

CONSTRUCTION HERITAGE
272 273 274 275 277 276
The signs frame is solid line of 0.5mm tickness. Raster colour hue is R60%triple horizontal and vertical lines in RGB 0,52,104 colour ( the frame is in the same colour).

Cultural monuments area

Tickness of the frame is 0.3mm. Above the sign there is a triangle. Whole signature is in RGB 25,0,104 colour. Square is filled with solid hatch in the signs colour. Width of the sign is 6.0mm.

Civil architecture (houses, palaces, villas, theatars, museums, hospitals, hotels, residences)

Tickness of the frame is 0.3mm. Above the sign there is a triangle. Whole signature is in RGB 52,0,104 colour. Width of the sign is 6.0mm Signature is in RGB 52,0,104 colour and width of the signature is 0.6mm.

Sacral architecture (churches, monasteries, convents, misques, synagogues) Fortification architecture (forts, fortresses, towers)

Signature is in RGB 52,0,104 colour and width of the signature is 0.6mm. Signature is in RGB 52,0,104 colour and width of the signature is 0.6mm.

Industrial architecture (factories, ports, shipyards)

Commercial architecture (mills, salt works, olive groves)

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278 279

Signature is in RGB 52,0,104 colour and width of the signature is 0.6mm.

Engeneering architecture ( roads, bridges, viaducts) Infrastructural architecture (aquaducts)

Signature is in RGB 52,0,104 colour and width of the signature is 0.6mm. On the upper signs surfice there is a line in RGB 0,0,255 colour.

MEMORIAL HERITAGE
280 281
The signs frame is solid line of 0.5mm tickness. Raster colour hue is R60%triple vertical lines in RGB 46,0,189 colour (the frame is in the same colour). The sign is in RGB 0,0,255 colour. The sign is in the shape of square with the width of 8.0mm and hight of 2.0mm and with the 3.00mm long dash in the middle. Tickness of all lines is 0.25mm. On the square there is filled triangle. Total signs hight is 8.0mm.

Memorial and historical area Memorial monument

ETHNOLOGICAL HERITAGE
282 283
The signs frame is solid line of 0.5mm tickness. Raster colour hue is R60%triple horizontal lines in RGB 0,64,129 colour (the frame is in the same colour). Tickness of the frame line is 0.5mm in RGB 0,52,104 colour. Lenght of the side is 8.0mm.

Ethnological area

Ethnological architecture

IX NATURAL HERITAGE
PROTECTED AREAS
284
Signature is in the shape of an open circle ( line tickness is 0.6mm) inside which there is an open rectangle (line tickness is 0.35mm). The signature is in RGB 52,104,0 colour. The signs size is 8.0mm. Note: for other areas which are under international protection it is used their sign (eg. Ramsar, IBA...) The sign is in the shape of stylized borders of Montnegro filled with solid hatch around wich there is rectangl. The sign is in RGB 64,129,0 colour and line tickness is 0.35mm. In the bottom half of the sign there are filled circles in RGB 190,190,190 colour. Width of the sign is 8.0mm. The sign is in RGB 64,129,0 colour. In the middle of the sign there is white circle. Width of the sign is 8.0mm.

International importance World heritage

285 286

State importance

Local importance

PROTECTED LOCALITIES
287 288 289 290 291 292 293 294 295 296
Tickness of the frame line is 0.4mm in RGB 94,189,0 colour. Letter signs are in RGB 0,0,0 colour. The signs size is 8.0mm.

Strict nature reserve

Tickness of the frame line is 0.4mm in RGB 94,189,0 colour. Letter signs are in RGB 0,0,0 colour. The signs size is 8.0mm.

Special nature reserve National park

Tickness of the frame line is 0.4mm in RGB 94,189,0 colour. Letter signs are in RGB 0,0,0 colour. The signs size is 8.0mm. Tickness of the frame line is 0.4mm in RGB 94,189,0 colour. Letter signs are in RGB 0,0,0 colour. The signs size is 8.0mm.

Regional park

Tickness of the frame line is 0.4mm in RGB 94,189,0 colour. Letter signs are in RGB 0,0,0 colour. The signs size is 8.0mm.

Monument of nature Protected habitat

Tickness of the frame line is 0.4mm in RGB 94,189,0 colour. Letter signs are in RGB 0,0,0 colour. The signs size is 8.0mm. Tickness of the frame line is 0.4mm in RGB 94,189,0 colour. Letter signs are in RGB 0,0,0 colour. The signs size is 8.0mm.

Landscape with exceptional features

Tickness of the frame line is 0.4mm in RGB 94,189,0 colour. Letter signs are in RGB 0,0,0 colour. The signs size is 8.0mm.

Protected geologic and paleontologic objects

Tickness of the frame line is 0.4mm in RGB 94,189,0 colour. Letter signs are in RGB 0,0,0 colour. The signs size is 8.0mm. Tickness of the frame line is 0.4mm in RGB 94,189,0 colour. Letter signs are in RGB 0,0,0 colour. The signs size is 8.0mm.

Natural asset on which the act on preventive protection was enacted International protected natural assets

LANDSCAPES
297 Natural landscape
The sign can be presented as surface- like or dotted depending on the scale of the plan and the size of the area. a) In case of dotted presentation, signs field is white with the inner frame of 0.35mm tickness and in RGB 0,255,63 colour in combination with letter sign ( letters without serifs in the size from 5 to 15 pt are to be used). The signs size is 8.0mm.

a)

b)

The sign is presented as surfice- like if the area of natural landscape is bigger than the surfice of the planned sign. In that case, outer frame in the shape of dashed line of 0.5mm tickness and in RGB 94,189,0 coulour is added as well as crosshatching in the shape of horizontal triple lines grid in RGB 127,255,0 colour.

b)
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298

Cultural landscape

The sign can be presented as surface- like or dotted depending on the scale of the plan and the size of the area. a) In case of dotted presentation, signs field is white with the inner frame of 0.35mm tickness and in RGB 0,255,63 colour in combination with letter sign ( letters without serifs in the size from 5 to 15 pt are to be used). The signs size is 8.0mm.

a)

b)

The sign is presented as surfice- like if the area of natural landscape is bigger than the surfice of the planned sign. In that case, outer frame in the shape of solid line of 0.5mm tickness and in RGB 94,189,0 coulour is added as well as crosshatching in the shape of horizontal triple lines grid in RGB 127,255,0 colour.

b)

HABITATS TYPES NATURA 2000


299 Habitats which are under threat of dissapearence in their natural range
a)

The sign can be presented as surface- like or dotted depending on the scale of the plan and the size of the area. a) In case of dotted presentation, signs field is white with the inner frame of 0.35mm tickness and in RGB 0,255,63 colour in combination with letter sign ( letters without serifs in the size from 5 to 15 pt are to be used). The signs size is 8.0mm.

b)

The sign is presented as surfice- like if the area of natural landscape is bigger than the surfice of the planned sign. In that case, outer frame in the shape of solid line of 0.5mm tickness and in RGB 94,189,0 coulour is added as well as crosshatching in the shape of horizontal and vertical crossed slashes in RGB 127,255,0 colour.

b)

300

The sign can be presented as surface- like or dotted depending on the scale of the plan and the size of the area.

Habitats which has small natural areal as a consequence of regression or limited outspread

a)

In case of dotted presentation, signs field is white with the inner frame of 0.35mm tickness and in RGB 0,255,63 colour in combination with letter sign ( letters without serifs in the size from 5 to 15 pt are to be used). The signs size is 8.0mm. The sign is presented as surfice- like if the area of natural landscape is bigger than the surfice of the planned sign. In that case, outer frame in the shape of solid line of 0.5mm tickness and in RGB 94,189,0 coulour is added as well as crosshatching in the shape of horizontal and vertical crossed slashes in RGB 127,255,0 colour.

a)

b)

b)

301

The sign can be presented as surface- like or dotted depending on the scale of the plan and the size of the area. a) In case of dotted presentation, signs field is white with the inner frame of 0.35mm tickness and in RGB 0,255,63 colour in combination with letter sign ( letters without serifs in the size from 5 to 15 pt are to be used). The signs size is 8.0mm.

Habitats which are main examples of typical characteristics of one or more bio-geographic regions (alpine, continental and mediterenian)
a)

b)

The sign is presented as surfice- like if the area is bigger than the surfice of the planned sign. In that case, outer frame in the shape of solid line of 0.5mm tickness and in RGB 94,189,0 coulour is added as well as crosshatching in the shape of horizontal and vertical crossed slashes in RGB 127,255,0 colour.

b)

ECOLOGICALLY SIGNIFICANT LOCALITIES


302 Ecologically significant localities
The sign can be presented as surface- like or dotted depending on the scale of the plan and the size of the area. a) In case of dotted presentation, signs field is white with the inner frame of 0.35mm tickness and in RGB 0,255,63 colour in combination with letter sign ( letters without serifs in the size from 5 to 15 pt are to be used). The signs size is 8.0mm.

a)

b)

The sign is presented as surfice- like if the area is bigger than the surfice of the planned sign. In that case, outer frame in the shape of dashed line of 0.5mm tickness and in RGB 94,189,0 coulour is added as well as crosshatching in the shape of triangles in RGB 127,255,0 colour.

b)

PROTECTED SPECIES
303 304
Tickness of the frame line is 0.3mm in RGB 94,189,0 colour. In the middle of the sign there is stylized sage leaf . The signs size is 8.0mm. Tickness of the frame line is 0.3mm in RGB 94,189,0 colour. Stylized sign in the middle is in RGB 64,129,0 colour. The signs size is 8.0mm.

Strictly protected wild species Protected wild species

PROTECTION CATEGORIES
305 Category I
The sign can be presented as surface- like or dotted depending on the scale of the plan and the size of the area. a) In case of dotted presentation, the sign is in the shape of black rectanle of 0.1mm tickness inside which it is entered the same colour letter sign (without serifs, size form 5to 15 pt).

a)

b)

In case that the area is bigger than the signs surfice, the sign is presented as surfice-like in a way that outer frame of 0.5mm tickness in RGB 94,189,0 colour with crosshatching in the shape of slashes under the angle of 45 degrees in RGB 127,255,0 colour is added.

b)

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306

Category II

The sign can be presented as surface- like or dotted depending on the scale of the plan and the size of the area. a) In case of dotted presentation, the sign is in the shape of black rectanle of 0.1mm tickness inside which it is entered the same colour letter sign (without serifs, size form 5to 15 pt).

a) b )

b)

In case that the area is bigger than the signs surfice, the sign is presented as surfice-like in a way that outer frame of 0.5mm tickness in RGB 94,189,0 colour with crosshatching in the shape of slashes under the angle of 45 degrees in RGB 127,255,0 colour is added.

307

Category III

The sign can be presented as surface- like or dotted depending on the scale of the plan and the size of the area. a) In case of dotted presentation, the sign is in the shape of black rectanle of 0.1mm tickness inside which it is entered the same colour letter sign (without serifs, size form 5to 15 pt).

a) b )

b)

In case that the area is bigger than the signs surfice, the sign is presented as surfice-like in a way that outer frame of 0.5mm tickness in RGB 94,189,0 colour with crosshatching in the shape of slashes under the angle of 45 degrees in RGB 127,255,0 colour is added.

ZONES WHERE THE PROTECTION REGIMES ARE CARRIED OUT


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The sign can be presented as surface- like or dotted depending on the scale of the plan and the size of the area. a) In case of dotted presentation, the sign is in the shape of black rectanle of 0.1mm tickness inside which it is entered the same colour letter sign (without serifs, size form 5to 15 pt). a)

b)

In case that the area is bigger than the signs surfice, the sign is presented as surfice-like in a way that outer frame of 0.5mm tickness in RGB 94,189,0 colour with crosshatching in the shape of double slashes under the angle o fminus 45 degrees in RGB 127,255,0 colour is added.

b)

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The sign can be presented as surface- like or dotted depending on the scale of the plan and the size of the area. a) In case of dotted presentation, the sign is in the shape of black rectanle of 0.1mm tickness inside which it is entered the same colour letter sign (without serifs, size form 5to 15 pt).

Protection regime of level II

a)

b)

In case that the area is bigger than the signs surfice, the sign is presented as surfice-like in a way that outer frame of 0.5mm tickness in RGB 94,189,0 colour with crosshatching in the shape of double slashes under the angle o fminus 45 degrees in RGB 127,255,0 colour is added.

b)

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The sign can be presented as surface- like or dotted depending on the scale of the plan and the size of the area. a) In case of dotted presentation, the sign is in the shape of black rectanle of 0.1mm tickness inside which it is entered the same colour letter sign (without serifs, size form 5to 15 pt).

Protection regime of level III

a)

b)
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The outer frame tickness is 0.5 mm in the RGB 94,189,0 colour with the grid in the shape of wavy dashed lines in RGB 127,255,0 colour.

Protective ( buffer) zone

In case that the area is bigger than the signs surfice, the sign is presented as surfice-like in a way that outer frame of 0.5mm tickness in RGB 94,189,0 colour with crosshatching in the shape of double slashes under the angle of minus 45 degrees in RGB 127,255,0 colour is added.

b)

X NATURAL PROCESSES AND PHENOMENA


GROUND
312 313 314 Active or possible land slide or land fall Area of increased erosion
The signs frame is in the shape of dashed line with short segment of 0.5mm tickness. In the middle of the sign there are arrows where the middle arrow is 9.5mm long and with the base line in the shape of dashed line. The sign is in RGB 104,25,0 colour ( the frame is in the same colour). The sign can be presented as surface- like or dotted depending on the scale of the plan and the size of the area. The signs frame is in the shape of dashed line with short segment of 0.5mm tickness. Raster colour hue is R60%- double slashes where the upper one is zig-zag in RGB 104,25,0 colour ( the frame is in the same colour). The sign can be presented as surface- like or dotted depending on the scale of the plan and the size of the area. The signs frame is in the shape of dashed line with short segment of 0.5mm tickness. Raster colour hue is R60%-tripla horizontal lines in RGB 104,25,0 colour (the frame is in the same colour).

Predominantly unstable areas

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Mineral resources exploring area

The sign can be presented as surface- like or dotted depending on the scale of the plan and the size of the area. The signs frame is in the shape of dashed line with short segment of 0.5mm tickness. Raster colour hue is R60%- crossed slashes in RGB 104,25,0 colour ( the frame is in the same colour). The letter sign in RGB 0,0,0 colour is entered in the middle of the sign and behind it there is a white elipse 6.2mm wide and 3.5mm high. The sign is to be made in RGB 0,0,0 colour on the white background. The signs size is 0.8cm.
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Mine

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XI IMPLEMENTATION AREAS OF SPECIAL MEASURES FOR DEVELOPMENT AND PROTECTION


317 318 Hydromelioration Afforestation

The sign can be presented as surface- like or dotted depending on the scale of the plan and the size of the area. The signs frame is in the shape of dashed line of 0.5mm tickness in RGB 0,0,255 colour. The crosshatching in the shape of vertical dashed lines in RGB 0,0,255 colour. The sign can be presented as surface- like or dotted depending on the scale of the plan and the size of the area. The signs frame is in the shape of dashed line of 0.5mm tickness in RGB 191,255,170 colour. The crosshatching is in the shape of filled circles of 0.8mm diameter, arranged in groups as illustration shows in RGB 191,255,170 colour. The sign can be presented as surface- like or dotted depending on the scale of the plan and the size of the area. The signs frame is in the shape of dashed line of 0.5mm tickness in RGB 212,255,170 colour. The crosshatching is in the shape of unfilled circles of 0.8mm diameter with horizonatal distance of 2.5mm and vertical distance of 2.0mm in RGB 212,255,170 colour.

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Greening

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Shaping of the land close to infrastructural buildings

The sign can be presented as surface- like or dotted depending on the scale of the plan and the size of the area. The signs frame is in the shape of dashed line of 0.5mm tickness in RGB 104,0,0colour. The crosshatching is in dotts shape of R60% hue in RGB 104,0,0 colour.

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The sign can be presented as surface- like or dotted depending on the scale of the plan and the size of the area. The signs frame is in the shape of solid line of 0.5mm tickness in RGB 255,191,0 colour and with the same colour zig-zag segment of 1.0mm width and 0.5mm hight on the inner side. The crosshatching is in the shape of horizontal lines in RGB 0,255,63 colour. In the middle of the sign there is a 5.5mm diameter circle with line tickness of 0.1mm and the letter sign inside. The sign can be presented as surface- like or dotted depending on the scale of the plan and the size of the area. The signs frame is in the shape of solid line of 0.5mm tickness in RGB 255,191,0 colour and with the same colour zig-zag segment of 1.0mm width and 0.5mm hight on the inner side. The crosshatching is in the shape of horizontal and vertical crossed lines in RGB 0,0,255 colour. In the middle of the sign there is a 5.5mm diameter circle with line tickness of 0.1mm and the letter sign inside.

Damaged natural and cultural landscape. Reshaping PO

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Damaged town and village whole . Reshaping- PO

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The sign can be presented as surface- like or dotted depending on the scale of the plan and the size of the area. The signs frame is in the shape of solid line of 0.5mm tickness in RGB 255,191,0 colour and with the same colour zig-zag segment of 1.0mm width and 0.5mm hight on the inner side. The crosshatching is in the shape of slashes in RGB 104,0,0 colour. The sign can be presented as surface- like or dotted depending on the scale of the plan and the size of the area. The signs frame is in the shape of solid line of 0.5mm tickness in RGB 255,191,0 colour and with the same colour zig-zag segment of 1.0mm width and 0.5mm hight on the inner side. The crosshatching is in the shape of horizontal and vertical crossed lines in RGB 104,0,0 colour.

Damaged ground by erosion biological

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Fire affected forest habitat recultivation

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The sign can be presented as surface- like or dotted depending on the scale of the plan and the size of the area. The signs frame is in the shape of solid line of 0.5mm tickness in RGB 255,191,0 colour. The crosshatching is in the shape of horizontal tripple lines out where the middle one is dashed and in RGB 0,255,63 colour. In the middle of the sign there is a 5.5mm diameter circle with line tickness of 0.1mm and the letter sign inside. The sign can be presented as surface- like or dotted depending on the scale of the plan and the size of the area. The signs frame is in the shape of solid line of 0.5mm tickness in RGB 255,191,0 colour. The crosshatching is in the shape of wavy vertical lines in RGB 255,0,0 colour. The sign can be presented as surface- like or dotted depending on the scale of the plan and the size of the area. The signs frame is in the shape of solid line of 0.5mm tickness in RGB 255,191,0 colour. The crosshatching is in the shape of horizontal and vertical crossed slashes in RGB 0,0,0 colour. In the middle of the sign there is 6.35mm diameter hexagon inside which is sign X with white backgorund and 0.5mm line tickness in RGB 0,0,0 colour.

Areas of the whole and parts of the endangered surrounding. Ground T

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Area endangered by noise

Abandoned landfills (waste depot)

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The sign can be presented as surface- like or dotted depending on the scale of the plan and the size of the area. The signs frame is in the shape of solid line of 0.5mm tickness in RGB 255,191,0 colour. The crosshatching is in the shape of horizontal and vertical crossed slashes in RGB 0,0,0 colour. In the middle of the sign there is a filled ellipse in RGB 255,191,0 colour, 6,2mm width and 3,5mm high with the sign X inside it. Two lines of tickness 0,8mm (upper one) and 1,0mm (lower one) with the 0,2 mm middle sign. The upper line is in the shape of solid line in RGB 0,0,0 colour while the lower one is in the shape of dashed line with the middle segment in RGB 0,255,63 colour.

Abandoned exploitation area

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Protection from noise

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XII REGIMES
330 Coastal zone

The sign can be presented as surface- like or dotted depending on the scale of the plan and the size of the area. a) Signs field is white with the inner frame of 0.35mm tickness and in 64,129,0 colour in combination with letter sign ( letters without serifs in colour RGB 0,255,255 are to be used). The signs size is 8.0mm.

b)

In case that the area of coastal zone is bigger than the signs surfice, the sign is presented as surfice-like and is to be made as follows:

a)

the signs frame is in the shape of solid line of 0.5mm tickness and on the inner side there is wavy line of 0.5mm tickiness in RGB 0,0,0 colour. Raster colour hue is R40%- slashes in RGB 0,255,255 colour. In the middle there is a circle of 5.85mm diameter and 0.1mm line tickness in RGB 0,0,0 with the letter sign in RGB 0,255,255 colour.

b)

XIII ELEMENTS OF URBAN REGULATION OBLIGATORY SPATIAL AND URBAN INDICATORS


331 332 333 334 335 336 Net housing density

Letter sign in RGB 0,0,0 colour. Letters without serifs, size form 5to 15 pt are to be used. Letter sign in RGB 0,0,0 colour. Letters without serifs, size form 5to 15 pt are to be used. Solid line of 0.2mm tickness in RGB 0,255,0 colour in combination with black letter sign. Unfilled circles of 2.7mm diameter in RGB 0,255,0 colour are at the lines ends; circle line tickness is 0.2mm. Dashed long-short-short-long line of 0.2mm tickness in RGB 255,0,0 colour in combination with black letter sign. Unfilled circles of 2.7mm diameter in RGB 255,0,0 colour are at the lines ends; circle line tickness is 0.2mm. Strain point streak line of 0.2mm tickness in RGB 255,0,0 in combination with black letter sign. Unfilled circles of 2.7mm diameter in RGB 255,0,0 colour are at the lines ends; circle line tickness is 0.2mm. Strain point streak line of 0.2mm tickness in RGB 255,0,0 in combination with black letter sign. Unfilled circles of 2.7mm diameter in RGB 255,0,0 colour are at the lines ends; circle line tickness is 0.2mm.

Gross housing density Regulation line

GSn GSb

Construction line GLO- underground Construction line GL1

Construction line GL2 above ground

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Urban parcel border Urban block Urban zone

Solid line of 1.2mm tickness in RGB 0,0,0 colour in combination with black letter sign. Unfilled circles of 2.7mm diameter in RGB 0,0,0 colour are at the lines ends; circle line tickness is 0.2mm.

Letter sign is in RGB 0,0,0 colour. Numbers ( from 1 to ...) in the size form 5 to 15 pt are to be used.

Letter sign is in RGB 0,0,0 colour. Letters without serifs ( form A to ...) in the size form 5 to 15 pt are to be used.

Urban parcel sign

Letter sign is in RGB 0,0,0 colour. Letters without serifs in the size form 5 to 15 pt are to be used.

Purpose of a parcel object Occupancy index

UP 123

Circle of 6.0mm diameter in RGB 0,0,0 colour; circle line tickness is 0.25mm in combination with letter sign.

Letter sign is in RGB 0,0,0 colour. Letters without serifs in the size form 5 to 15 pt are to be used.

Construction index

IZ II

Letter sign is in RGB 0,0,0 colour. Letters without serifs in the size form 5 to 15 pt are to be used.

Gross construction area

Letter sign is in RGB 0,0,0 colour. Letters without serifs in the size form 5 to 15 pt are to be used.

BGP

VERTICAL OVERALL DIMENSION


345 Number of floors of the objects Basement Cellar
Letter sign is in RGB 0,0,0 colour. Letters without serifs in the size form 5 to 15 pt are to be used.. Letter sign is in RGB 0,0,0 colour. Letters without serifs in the size form 5 to 15 pt are to be used. Letter sign is in RGB 0,0,0 colour. Letters without serifs in the size form 5 to 15 pt are to be used. Letter sign is in RGB 0,0,0 colour. Letters without serifs in the size form 5 to 15 pt are to be used. Letter sign is in RGB 0,0,0 colour. Letters without serifs in the size form 5 to 15 pt are to be used.

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Po+P+2+Pk Su

Ground floor

Po P 2

Number of floors

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Attic

Letter sign is in RGB 0,0,0 colour. Letters without serifs in the size form 5 to 15 pt are to be used. Letter sign is in RGB 0,0,0 colour. Letters without serifs in the size form 5 to 15 pt are to be used. The signs frame is in the shape of solid line of 0.5mm tickness in RGB 0,0,0 colour. Crosshatching is in the shape of solid slashes in RGB 0,0,0 colour.

Maximal hight of the object Existing object

VO max m

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Planned object Fence

The signs frame is in the shape of dashed line of 0.5mm tickness in RGB 0,0,0 colour. Crosshatching is in the shape of solid slashes in RGB 0,0,0 colour.

In the shape of solid line of 0.25mm tickness in RGB 104,0,0 colour on which are entered squares of 0.5mm size segmently on each 2.0mm ( counting from the middle of the square) in RGB 104,0,0 colour.

Retaining wall

Two lines of 0.3mm and 0.5mm tickness with the interspace of 0.00mm. Upper line is in the shape of solid line in RGB 104,0,0, colour while the lower one is in the shape of dashed line with segment of 0.6mm in RGB 104,0,0 colour. Ending segments of the lower line are acuminated.

XIV HOUSING TYPES

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Onefamily housing

Tickness of the frame line is 0.3mm in RGB 0,0,0 colour. Letter signs are in RGB 0,0,0 colour. The signs size is 8.0mm.

Multifamily housing

Tickness of the frame line is 0.3mm in RGB 0,0,0 colour. Letter signs are in RGB 0,0,0 colour. The signs size is 8.0mm.

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