INSPIRE Knowledge Base

Ministry for Environment Physical Planning and Public Works

LMO Description
Organisation: 
Ministry for Environment Physical Planning and Public Works
Proposed role in INSPIRE development
  • allocate experts to Drafting Teams
  • yes
  • submit reference material as input to the Drafting Teams
  • yes
  • submit reference material as input to the Drafting Teams
  • yes
  • contribute to awareness raising and training
  • yes
  • be kept informed
  • yes
    Details
    Level of authority: 
    National
    Country level
    Formal Mandate: 
    <p>Policy making and implementation for the Environment Physical Planning and Public Works </p>
    Main Activities: 
    -Environmental Monitoring and Reporting -Providing information to Public -Correspondence to international obligations and relations on relevant issues -Planning and implementation of public works More specific activity areas relevant to main INSPIRE issues. • Atmospheric conditions • Land Use • Land Cover • Protected sites • Hydrography • Cadastral parcels • Buildings • Governmental Services and Environmental Monitoring facilities • Area management restrictions and reporting units • Natural risk zones • Habitats and Biotopes • Species distribution
    Area of work/experience
    Geographic Domain:: 
    National
    Country Level
    Societal Sector: 
    Central Government
    Previous Experience relevant for INSPIRE development: 
    -Corine Land Cover Project. -Digital Geographic and Spatial Background at 1:50.000 scale of the whole country. -River basin district and sud-district surveying of the whole country -Development of National Environmental Information Network
    Primary Business: 
    Environmental Management, Surveying Mapping, Photogrammetry, Construction
    Environmental application domains: 
    Monitoring Biodiversity, Monitoring Wetland, Monitoring Bathing Water, Monitoring Costal Areas, Monitoring Water Pollution, Monitoring Air Pollution, Monitoring Waste, Climate Change, Spatial Planning, Monitoring Urban Sprawl, Man-Made Hazard Management, Coastal Zone Management, Hazardous Waste Management