REGULATORY-LEGAL PROVISION OF TERRITORIAL DEVELOPMENT OF LAND USE IN THE REGION

Keywords: regulatory framework, territorial community, land relations, regions, local self-government

Abstract

Land resources are an important part of social production, which is based on the use of land and resource potential of the country. Rational use of land potential is defined in a number of regulatory legal acts. These documents regulate the principles of territorial development of land use, namely, legal, economic and social mechanisms for the use of land potential.

It should be noted that this issue was investigated in a number of domestic scientific works, as well as considered in scientific reports and analytical studies of research institutes. However, the system of normative and legal support in the field of regional development is not systematic. There is also an actual analysis of the new regulatory acts regulating the activities of territorial communities.

The authors in this paper set the goal to consider the modern legal and regulatory framework for territorial development of land use in the region.

Firstly, regulations are considered, which determine the stimulation of the development of regions and the order and features of local self-government. The main provisions of the Law of Ukraine "On Stimulating the Development of Regions" and the Law of Ukraine "On Local Self-Government in Ukraine" in the context of providing territorial development are considered.

Secondly, it should be noted that in recent years, in order to ensure the development of territories in terms of land use of regions, institutional changes that are aimed at the formation of united territorial communities are of particular importance. As a result of the analysis of the main provisions of the Law of Ukraine "On Voluntary Association of Territorial Communities", the directions and peculiarities that influence the formation and functioning of the united territorial communities are identified. The directions and features of property management by the territorial community on the basis of the Constitution of Ukraine are also established.

The problem aspects and peculiarities of the State Strategy for Regional Development developed by the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine for the period till 2020 are also considered. In addition, the provision of territorial development of land use of regions characterizes the directions and features of ecological development. The authors review normative legal acts regulating the issues of state control over the use and protection of land and ensure the protection of the natural environment. In addition, it is determined that the territorial development of the use of land in the regions is influenced by the level of their investment attractiveness.

Thus, as a result of the systematization of the existing legal and regulatory framework, the need to apply a systematic approach to its characteristics has been established. The multi-dimensional and peculiarities of the formation of territorial development and land use at the regional level should be taken into account.

Author Biographies

K. Mamonov, O. M. Beketov National University of Urban Economy in Kharkiv

Doctor of Economic Sciences, Professor of Department

K. Meteshkin, O. M. Beketov National University of Urban Economy in Kharkiv

Doctor of Technical Sciences, Professor of Department

S. Nesterenko, O. M. Beketov National University of Urban Economy in Kharkiv

Ph.D., Head of Departament

M. Myronenko, O. M. Beketov National University of Urban Economy in Kharkiv
assistant of Department

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Published
2019-01-25
How to Cite
MamonovK., MeteshkinK., NesterenkoS., & MyronenkoM. (2019). REGULATORY-LEGAL PROVISION OF TERRITORIAL DEVELOPMENT OF LAND USE IN THE REGION. Municipal Economy of Cities, 1(147), 181-188. Retrieved from https://khg.kname.edu.ua/index.php/khg/article/view/5372