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  • The e-content+ funded Plan4all project demonstrated the diverse situation in the member states and managed to demonstrate the feasibility of a land planning SDI. The paper will draw some lessons learnt from the project findings regarding the technological possibilities and the organisational barriers of building a land planning SDI in Europe Through example of use cases, the paper will present also how digital land use data will contribute to the environment protection and biodiversity loss prevention, to the development of eEnvironment services and to applications that can help people integrate in the communities where they live.

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  • Land Use implementation at national level François Salgé (TWG-LU, Plan4all) Plan4all Final conference Thursday 13 October 2011 Bruxelles (Belgique) Co-funded by the Community programme e Content plus European Network of Best Practices for Interoperability of Spatial Planning Information
    • EUROGI vice presidency
      • connecting to national GI associations
    • Plan4all e-content+ funded project
      • feasibility of a Spatial planning SDI
    • INSPIRE TWG-LU
      • use cases analysis and interoperability rules development
    • Ministerial policies
      • GI for spatial planning, housing, water, non energetic resources, biodiversity, nature)
    •  Digital land Use data will significantly contribute to
      • Sustainable Land development
      • Environment protection
      • Efficient resource management
      • biodiversity loss prevention,
      • development of eEnvironment services
      • applications that can help people integrate in the communities where they live
      • Etc.
    From where I speak TWG-LU
  • Spatial Planning in France
    • A complex hierarchy of plans with a spatial dimension
  • INSPIRE implementation in France
    • www.geocatalogue.fr
      • Harvested by www.plan4all.eu/catalogue
      • WxS interoperable with www.plan4all.eu/map
    • www.geoportail.fr
      • Geoportail API to be tested with Plan4all
    • National Standards
      • developped in the framework of CNIG (national council for GI)
      • implemented by ministerial departments via COVADIS
      • Contributed to Plan4all and INSPIRE data models
  • Short overview description Existing Land use
    • At the time of observation
    • In most cases human activities on a homogeneous polygon includes the “infrastructures” necessary for the activity to take place
      • Dominant use
      • Secondary use
    • Concept of minimum unit of interest
  • Short overview description Planned Land Use
    • Planned land use
      • regulated by spatial planning documents
      • elaborated at various levels of administration
    • Content
      • the overall strategic orientation
        • the development will of the competent administrative authority
        • a textual document
      • the regulation that affects each zone and orientates the planned land use.
        • composed of articles
        • dictates what is possible and impossible regarding the use of land
      • the cartographic representation
        • binding elements (affecting the actual rights and constraints of cadastral parcels)
        • not binding elements (e.g. for illustration only).
    • Cartographic expression of the regulation differs in its graphical expression as well as the concepts that are represented
      • Structure plans: at a level of a wide area (i.e. a country, a state, or a region)
      • Zoning plans: at a level of a municipality or group of municipalities
      • Construction plans: At a development area level (i.e. few km²)
  • Short overview description Planned Land Use
    • Zoning elements
    • Supplementary regulation
  • Short overview description HILUCS
    • At the crossing of two logics
      • Economic perspective
        • primary, secondary, tertiary sectors
      • Land perspective
        • Nature, built-up, networks
    • Hierarchical
      • 3 levels
      • Only level one is mandatory
    • Taking account of INSPIRE themes
      • HILUCS stops where theme specific geographical objects start
  • Acheiving conformance to INSPIRE LU Data specification
    • JRC testing method
    COVADIS data standard Mapserver WFS ESDIN mapping framework XSLT 1.0 Talend XML Spy QGIS
  • Acheiving conformance to INSPIRE LU Data specification
    • JRC testing method
    • MEDDTL approach
    WPS on local plateform WPS on MEDDTL plateform Local SDI format Plan4all format INSPIRE format Plan4all involvement National format
  • French testing results: a transformation prototype
    • Transformation principles
      • Seamless and impactless for data producer
      • Seamless for users
      • Standard-based
        • OGC : GML 3.2.1, WFS 1.1
        • W3C : XSLT 1.0, XSL 1.0
      • Format and software independant
      • Fast development, according to schedule
      • Feasability test using a client tool
      • Web service deployment capabilities
  • Prototype overview
  • And it works!
  • Left issues and challenges
    • 10k+ local governments
      • A national concern: up to MS to raise awareness and coordinate
      • A European concern: best practice and knowledge sharing
    • Spatial planners to take benefit of INSPIRE
      • As user of INSPIRE datasets
        • Diagnostic  spatial analysis
        • Scenarios  what if
        • Adoption  democratic consultation
        • Enforcement  modernisation of practices, cost effectiveness, policy evaluation
    • Land Use Watcher
      • Crowd sourcing
      • Internet of things
  • Exporting INSPIRE concept
    • Africa Europe Sinergy for INSPIRE Alignment
      • Urban growth challenge
      • Sustainable development
      • Access to water resources
    • Role of donnors and government
      • Any funding of land development programme should have a " SDI populating " component
      • Sustained democracy  freedom of access to GI
  • Conclusion
    • Commission still to support INSPIRE related projects regarding spatial planning
      • FP8  still R&D issues
      • ICT-PSP  SDI downstream services
      • GMES  SDI contribution to in situ data access
      • INTERREG , EPSON  Comittee of Region
      • AIDCo  contribution to export knowhow
      • After the end of funded projects
    • Role of EUROGI and ISOCARP
      • Umbrella to host joint initiatives
      • Mechanism to inclusively involve stakeholders
  • That’s all, folks Merci