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PREFERRED TERM
lower order centre
TYPE
  • http://purl.org/net/provenance/ns#DataItem

DEFINITION
  • The lowest level in the hierarchy is occupied by basic centres (low-order centres, small centres) with a local catchment area. They are designated in regional plans, and their functions include supplying the basic daily needs of the population and providing a minimum of public and private infrastructure (general secondary school, doctor, chemist, tradesmen, etc.).

DESCRIPTION
  • The lowest level in the hierarchy is occupied by basic centres (low-order centres, small centres) with a local catchment area. They are designated in regional plans, and their functions include supplying the basic daily needs of the population and providing a minimum of public and private infrastructure (general secondary school, doctor, chemist, tradesmen, etc.).

IDENTIFIER
  • 7_1_1_2_LowerOrderCentre

TITLE
  • lower order centre

URI
http://inspire.ec.europa.eu/codelist/SupplementaryRegulationValue/7_1_1_2_LowerOrderCentre
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