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Ante Marinović-Uzelac ; Arhitektonski fakultet, Zagreb

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str. 69-85

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The scope of physical planning is almost always determined by the administrativeterritorial
units borders, due to practical reasons (source of data, competence of
decisions) as well as to theoretical ones (the physical plan is an unceasing procese,
while borders of units must be permanent). It is therefore impossible to deduce the
administrative-territorial units from the physical plan, quite contrary, the latter has to
adapt to them, although it can have influence over them. Neither is the hierarchy of
levels of physical plans the source for determining the scope of the plan, because
influences between plans of higher and lower orders are mutual. Thus, neither in
practice nor in theory, can the hierarchic-temporal sequence of plan-making be
pre-supposed. On the levels of physical plans between county* and state there still
remains a possibility of theoretical and scientific analysis of scope and its boundaries
based on the study of regionalization, and at disposal are methods based on three
region concepts: the homogenous, polarized and planned region. Nevertheless,
borders are ultimately reduced to adaptation to existing borders of administrativeterritorial
units. After all, the question is still open whether the region is reality or
fiction. The author views it as a convention which has turned into reality as a result
of its becoming part of history. The inter-levels of the administrative-territorial division
of the state (in Croatia these are županias), if not under the influence of physical
planning, are certainly in part under the influence of the philosophy of physical
planning, especially in terms of the focal role of cities, and cannot be based on
ambitions or historical importance of a certain center only.

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