National Development and Territorial Development Concept

Nyomtatóbarát változat
Planning genre and subject
The principles and steps of the planning process
The main function of the concept
The time span of the concept
Thematic structure
The development policy and planning relations of the concept
     Legal basis and history
     Links to the EU
     Links to the national development policies
     Spatial planning relations
Evaluation of the effects of the previous National Spatial Development Concept and National Development Policy Concept
1.      Hungary’s situation in the world
1.1  Our place on the world map: from buffer area to Central European hub
1.2  Hungary in Europe
1.3  Catalyzation of Central European cooperation
1.4  Cooperation in the Carpathian Basin
1.5  The development policy framework of the EU
1.5.1        The goals of the EU2020 Strategy
1.5.2        The goals of the Territorial Agenda 2020
1.5.3        Objectives of the Cohesion Policy
1.5.4        The EU CAP reform
1.5.5        Territorial approach in the planning
2.      Challenges and trends determining development chances
2.1  Economic resources, economic challenges and trends
2.1.1        Global challenges: transforming economic parity, debt crisis, new relations
2.1.2        Strategic economic values, resources
2.1.3        Open economy leads to economy exposure
2.1.4        The dual economy increases the value of domestic small and medium enterprises
2.1.5        The tertiary sector plays a leading role in the investments
2.1.6        Competitive position
2.1.7        Sector competitiveness
2.1.8        Processing industry is the key sector
2.1.9        Secure food supply promotes the agriculture and food economy
2.1.10    Expanding trade and service sector
2.1.11    The economic downturn spoils the employment
2.1.12    Vocational training’s and adult education’s support for the economy is limited
2.1.13    One of the breakthrough points can be research, development and innovation
2.1.14    Energy dependence versus sustainable energy policy
2.1.15    Mobility and accessibility in the service of economy
2.1.16    IT sector as a determinative sector
2.1.17    Territorially highly concentrated tourism
2.1.18    Subsidy policy
2.1.19    Summary of messages for the economic policy
2.2   Social resources, social challenges and trends
2.2.1        Global challenges: growing humanity, decreasing Hungarians
2.2.2        Social values, resources
2.2.3        Population decline threatens our community survival
2.2.4        Migration: territorially concentrated Hungarians
2.2.5        Health worsening poses a significant risk
2.2.6        Social values are contradictory
2.2.7        Social trust and civic activity needs strengthening
2.2.8        Deficiencies in community empowerment, abandoned social groups
2.2.9        The national inhesion can be one integrating force
2.2.10    Several factors complicate the renewal of knowledge
2.2.11    A significant part of the population receives social care
2.2.12    Educational and health care system needs renewal
2.2.13    Housing market shattered by crisis
2.2.14    The individual and high-value cultural heritage is a strong assets
2.2.15    Improvement the efficiency of the public sector provides a significant added value
2.2.16    Summary of messages for the social strategy
2.3  Environmental trends
2.3.1        Global challenges: unsustainable use of resources, decline in biodiversity and climate change
2.3.2        Natural resources, values
2.3.3        Basis of our future is preservation of natural resources
2.3.4        Climate change is an intensified risk
2.3.5        Role of disaster management in the avoiding of environmental catastrophes
2.3.6        Summary of messages for the environmental strategy
2.4  Resources of spatial structure, values
2.4.1        Deepening spatial disparities
2.4.2        Weakly prevailed spatial approach
2.4.3        Summary of messages for the spatial strategy
3.      Goals of development policy and spatial development
3.1  National mission
3.2  Strategy
3.2.1        Overall development objectives
3.2.2        Specific objectives
3.3  Mid-term (2014-2020) development priorities
3.3.1        Patriot economy, on small and medium enterprise basis, with large corporate partnership
3.3.2        Turn towards full employment and a knowledge society
3.3.3        On the way to the energy independency and efficiency
3.3.4        Population and community turn
3.3.5        territorial integration, regional and local development on the base of local economy
3.4  Horizontal aspects and principles
3.4.1        Horizontal aspects
3.4.2        Principles on the use of funds
3.5  Expected results of the development policy
4.      Development options of policies
4.1  Priority of economy development
4.2  Policy tasks of the implementation of a competitive, innovative and network based economy
4.2.1        Employment
4.2.2        Economic competitiveness
4.2.3        Horizontal and comprehensive aspects of the industry development
4.2.4        Automobile and vehicle industry
4.2.5        Electronics industries and telecommunication
4.2.6        Tourism
4.2.7        Construction and building materials industry
4.2.8        Logistic
4.2.9        Machine industry and tool production
4.2.10    Chemical industry
4.2.11    trade
4.2.12    SMEs and investment promotion
4.2.13    Transport policy
4.2.14    Asset management
4.3  Policy tasks of implementation of healer Hungary, healthy society, health and sport economy
4.3.1        Healthcare
4.3.2        Health industry
4.3.3        Pharmaceutical industry, biotechnology
4.4  Policy tasks of implementation viable rural area, healthy food production and distribution
4.4.1        Rural development
4.4.2        Agriculture
4.4.3        Agrifood economy and food industry
4.5  Policy tasks of achieving creative knowledge society, marketable skills and R & D & I
4.5.1        Information and Communication Technologies (ICT)
4.5.2        Research + Development + Innovation (R & D & I)
4.5.3        Creative economy
4.5.4        Education
4.5.5        Vocational and adult training
4.5.6        Higher education
4.6  Policy tasks of realisation value-consciousness and solidary, self-care society and Roma integration
4.6.1        Social policy
4.6.2        Social inclusion
4.6.3        Community employment
4.6.4        Culture
4.6.5        Sport
4.6.6        National policy
4.6.7        Nationality policy
4.6.8        Civil sector
4.6.9        Role of churches
4.7  Policy tasks of achieving good governance: service provider state and security
4.7.1        Public administration
4.7.2        Public consultation
4.7.3        Defence policy
4.7.4        Settlement development and construction
4.8  Policy tasks of realization conservation and sustainable use of strategic resources and environment protection
4.8.1        Environment protection, nature protection, water management
4.8.2        Climate policy and energy security
4.8.3        Disaster management
5.      Regional policy trends and tasks
5.1  Spatial structure vision
5.2  New approaches of spatial policy
5.2.1        Exploration of macro-regional spatial relationships
5.2.2        Polycentric development
5.2.3        Urban-rural cooperation
5.2.4        Natural resources protecting the spatial structure
5.2.5        Investment stimulating spatial structure
5.2.6        Joining peripheral areas to the country’ socio-economic flow
5.2.7        Autonomous regions
5.2.8        New mid-level: counties in new roles
5.2.9        City and its surrounding as a functional unit
5.3  Strengthening the country’s macro-regional function
5.3.1        Enforcement of the HUB function
5.3.2        Sustainable development of the Danube Region
5.3.3        Developing regional role in the Visegrád cooperation
5.3.4        Cooperation in the Carpathian Basin, strengthening relationships with Hungarian inhabitants beyond the border
5.3.5        To build on cultural and economic ties with Hungarian communities living in the Diaspora
5.3.6        Development of region populated by ethnic minorities
5.3.7        Trans frontier and cross-border cooperation
5.4  Urban network providing a polycentric spatial structure
5.4.1        Aspects and international priorities of urban development
5.4.2        Developing urban network in order polycentric evolution
5.4.3        Budapest metropolitan area: global centre in the middle of Europe
5.4.4        Development self-imaged cities in the inner city-belt
5.4.5        Development of the key urban areas of the outer ring’s cities
5.4.6        Metropolitan areas of national and in perspective transnational importance
5.5  Renewing urban development
5.5.1        Aspects and national priorities of the rural policy and rural development
5.5.2        Rural areas designated by general characteristic
5.5.3        Development tasks of rural areas with specific landscape, environmental problems and assets
5.5.4        Development of rural areas with significant social disadvantages, problems requiring a particular convergence
5.5.5        Development of rural areas with specific task
5.5.6        Local and regional cooperation
5.6  Development of areas with outstanding landscape value
5.6.1        Balaton
5.6.2        Zones with outstanding landscape and recreational functions
5.6.3        Tourism Destination Management (TDM)
5.7  Reducing regional disparities, regional cohesion and economy encourage
5.7.1        Cohesion of lagging regions and peripheries
5.7.2        Specific regional interventions stimulating economy development: Free Enterprise Zones
5.8  Interconnected areas: ensuring accessibility and mobility
5.8.1        Strengthen the global and European space organization (node)role
5.8.2        Promoting polycentric development
5.8.3        Encourage supplies networks
5.8.4        Improving accessibility of employment centres
5.8.5        Efficient and sustainable local and suburban mobility
5.8.6        Different management of specific types of settlement network
5.9  Spatial structure and land use principles
5.9.1        Spatial structure protecting our nature resources
5.9.2        Space and land use principles and recommendations
5.10         Harmonization of regional development and spatial planning
5.10.1    The National Spatial Plan’s and the spatial planning’s role in the territorial planning
5.10.2    Aspects of harmonization of the National Development and Territorial Development Concept and the National Spatial Plan
6.      Development needs and tasks of the counties and Budapest
6.1  Bács-Kiskun County
6.2  Baranya County
6.3  Borsod-Abaúj-Zemplén County
6.4  Békés County
6.5  Budapest
6.6  Csongrád County
6.7  Fejér County
6.8  Győr-Moson-Sopron County
6.9  Hajdú-Bihar County
6.10         Heves County
6.11         Jász-Nagykun-Szolnok County
6.12         Komárom-Esztergom County
6.13         Nógrád County
6.14         Pest County
6.15         Somogy County
6.16         Szabolcs-Szatmár-Bereg County
6.17         Tolna County
6.18         Vas County
6.19         Veszprém County
6.20         Zala County
7.      The condition system of implementation
7.1  Planning tasks of the development policy
7.2  Instruments for implementation of the National Development and Territorial Development Concept (NDTDC)
7.2.1        Financial instruments of implementation NDTDC
7.2.2        Operational Programmes, ensuring framework for using EU funds in the 2014-2020 period
7.2.3        Expectations related to EU development programmes
7.2.4        Aspects of use domestic development funds
7.2.5        Regulation instruments for implementation NDTDC
7.3  Institutional system for efficient use of sources
7.3.1        Regulation framework of institutional system for territorial development
7.3.2        Aspects regarding institutional system of development policy
7.4  Policy and territorial coordination facilitating the implementation
7.5  Follow-up processes
7.6  Renewal of planning system
7.7  Planning and implementation of policy programmes
7.8  Use of regional integration tools
7.8.1        Integrated Territorial Investments
7.8.2        Community Leading Local Development
7.8.3        Enforcing regional aspects
7.9  Measures for the implementation of NDTDC
8.      Figure list
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