Regional association

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The word regional association has different meanings.

In all German federal states, the term regional association is used to represent regional planning or special-purpose associations , in which several cities and municipalities have come together voluntarily to perform certain tasks that differ from case to case. Often these are used for regional planning . In the case of special-purpose associations, cooperation is usually project-related and limited to certain tasks, such as joint waste disposal ; Planning associations serve to take on the regional management of the respective regions and to coordinate and agree the municipal land-use planning.

In Baden-Württemberg they are the public-law carriers of regional planning as defined in the state planning law , which mediate between the state planning requirements and the municipal land-use planning . Regional associations combine several districts and cities into one region. They are thus an expression of the legally established countercurrent principle .

The Evangelical Regional Association Frankfurt administers the Evangelical parishes and deaneries of the city of Frankfurt am Main .

In the Austrian state of Salzburg , regional association is the name for municipal associations that are formed in accordance with the Salzburg Regional Planning Act. Your job is to draw up a regional program. The municipalities belonging to the association can delegate tasks of their own sphere of activity in the area of ​​local spatial planning to the regional association.

In the Austrian Burgenland several local tourism associations can join together to form a regional association.

See also

Individual evidence

  1. Section 11 (1) of the Salzburg Regional Planning Act 2009
  2. Regional Association Ordinance
  3. Section 11 (7) of the Salzburg Regional Planning Act 2009
  4. § 9 Burgenland Tourism Act 1992