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rural development pole  
TYPE
  • http://purl.org/net/provenance/ns#DataItem

DEFINITION
  • an inhabited, significantly rural area where the social, economic and territorial evolutions are led within the framework of an integrated and prospective development plan. A rural pole is not an agglomeration, but a rural territory as a whole, which may include one or more small towns. The territorial development plan determines the objectives of results in short, medium and long terms. It specifies the guidelines for development, the human and material means to achieve the results targeted. The civil society, public and private actors must be partner for its development and its assessment
DESCRIPTION
  • an inhabited, significantly rural area where the social, economic and territorial evolutions are led within the framework of an integrated and prospective development plan. A rural pole is not an agglomeration, but a rural territory as a whole, which may include one or more small towns. The territorial development plan determines the objectives of results in short, medium and long terms. It specifies the guidelines for development, the human and material means to achieve the results targeted. The civil society, public and private actors must be partner for its development and its assessment
IDENTIFIER
  • 7_1_4_2_RuralDevelopmentPole
TITLE
  • rural development pole
URI
http://inspire.ec.europa.eu/codelist/SupplementaryRegulationValue/7_1_4_2_RuralDevelopmentPole
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