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Protection plan of landscape conservation zones
Vondráčková, Simona
The cultural landscape is part of the world's wealth contributing to the consolidation of European identity (see Council of Europe Convention on Landscape). The protection of the cultural landscape is possible through the Institute of Landscape Conservation Zones (LCZ). Effective systematic protection and care of the cultural values of LCZ should be ensured with effect from 1.1. 2009, the so-called conservation plan, which entered the legislation by amendment to the Monuments Act No. 307/2008 Coll. (§6a). In connection with this legal arrangement, Decree No. 420/2008 Coll. of November 28, 2008, which establishes the requirements and content of the plan for the protection of heritage reserves and monument zones. However, the Institute of Protection Plan is not widely used to date, it is still a relatively unknown tool among the professional public. This could be changed by an amendment to Decree No. 420/2008 Coll. as amended by Decree 3/2023 Coll. effective as of 1 July 2023. The new wording of Decree No. 420/2008 Coll. makes it possible to fully protect the values (their essence) in the territory of the landscape conservation zone. The contribution presents the purpose, goals and meaning of the protection plan and presents the content of such a document in more detail, giving an example of the Náměšťsko LCZ, where the acquisition of a protection plan is currently underway, with regard to the amended wording of Decree No. 420/2008 Coll. Draft of protection plan in the territory of the Náměšťsko LCZ shows a significant shift in the hierarchization and differentiation of the approach to the application of binding opinions of the state conservation authorities.
Methodology for identification and classification of areas with landscape values: Methodology certified by the Ministry of Culture
Kuča, Karel ; Kupka, Jiří ; Vorel, Ivan ; Vondráčková, Simona
The methodology, which is closely related to the previous results of interdisciplinary cooperation of the team of authors in the field of historical cultural landscape, in particular to the methodology of the Typology of Historical Cultural Landscape of the Czech Republic, is intended to serve, among others, for the definition of the newly introduced in 2018 spatial analytical documents of municipalities No. 11: Urban and Landscape Values. An important part of the methodology is the description of the method that ensures unambiguous and correct classification of any territory into one of the value categories (including territories that do not show landscape values). The procedure is described in three basic steps (stages), including the procedure for the designation itself. The novelty and uniqueness of the methodology lies in the creation of a professional basis for the delineation of areas with landscape values, which has been lacking in spatial planning practice so far. The methodology is based on more than 30 years of experience of the authors in field surveys and evaluation of historic cultural landscapes (and urbanism) in the Czech Republic and monitoring of relevant literature and expert discussions at national and international level.
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Typology of the historical cultural landscape of the Czech Republic: methodology with a certificate from the Ministry of Culture
Ehrlich, Marek ; Kuča, Karel ; Kučová, Věra ; Pacáková, Božena ; Pavlátová, Marie ; Salašová, Alena ; Šantrůčková, Markéta ; Vorel, Ivan ; Weber, Martin ; Ehrlichová, Olga ; Fiřtová, Barbora ; Halamíčková, Alena ; Jonešová, Eva ; Králová, Vladimíra ; Kupka, Jiří ; Luhan, Čestmír ; Malina, Ondřej ; Matějka, Daniel ; Medková, Lucie ; Sedláček, Jozef ; Trpáková, Lenka ; Veith, Tomáš ; Veselovská, Věra ; Vondráčková, Simona ; Žallmannová, Eva
The new national typology of the historical cultural landscapes is created by 34 types of the historical cultural landscapes that exist in the Czech Republic. The typology is based on three categories of the cultural landscapes that were defined by the World Heritage Committee (UNESCO), i.e. designed, organically evolved and associative landscapes. The typology of the historical cultural landscapes could be used for identification, classification and evaluation of the historical cultural landscapes on the national level. The typology is applicable for the spatial identification of landscape with important cultural values that serve to the public interests in landscape protection. The typology could be also used for identification of the cultural landscapes in analysis for the spatial planning.
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