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Fuerteventura island planning plan
Fuerteventura, 1999Equipment editor:
Director: Luis Moya Dr. Architect
Planning and Heritage Area: Paloma Jiménez, Architect; Graziella Trovato, Architect; Miguel Rodríguez, Architect; A.U. 85
Area on Aesthetic Aspects: José I. González Pérez
Area of ​​Natural and Rural Environment: Luis Galiana, Geographer; Rafael Mata, Geographer; Universidad Autónoma de Madrid
Demography Area: Julio Vinuesa, Geographer; Autonomous University of Madrid
Infrastructures Area: Juan Fisac, Civil Engineer; Fernández, Physicist; Basic Engineering
Normative Area: Celestino Candela, Architect
Management of the PIOF in Fuerteventura: José Luis Mez Illescas, Architect; Gil, Architect; CINUR
Layout: Javier Hernández-Agero, Architect
Graphic production: Fernando Allende, Geographer; Julio Herero, Architecture Student
Surface: 1.659,74 km²
Client: Cabildo Insular de Fuerteventura

1. Short term

3. Completion of the PIOF

4. General diagnosis

5. Objectives and general proposals

6. Organization of the document

II. THE ISLAND, THE OBJECT OF THE ORDINATION

1. The physical medium

2. Notes on the island 's historical configuration process

1. Dynamics of the population of Fuerteventura

2. Economic structure

3. The tourist activity

5. Proposals for the future on population growth, housing and tourist places

IV. NATURAL AND RURAL ENVIRONMENT

1. Agricultural, Livestock, Forestry and Hunting Resources

2. Extractive activity

3. Water resources

4. Coastal economic resources

5. Areas of natural interest

6. Environmental synthesis. Environmental and diagnostic units of PORN

7. Porn Zoning

V. HALF BUILT

1. The humanization of the landscape

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3. Morphology of population settlements

4. Building typologies

5. Cultural heritage

6. Basic infrastructure

7. Island facilities

8. Unique projects

9. Planning of the island territory

VI. LEGAL ENVIRONMENT

1. Legislation affected

2. The PIOF in relation to the current municipal planning

3. Current situation of municipal urban planning

1. General provisions

2. Territorial structure. Determining elements

3. Infrastructures and equipment

4. Tourist Planning

5. Classification of the insular soil

6. SR management and zoning of natural spaces

7. Protection of heritage

8. Review of municipal urban planning and transitional rules

VIII. MARKETING PLAN, PROGRAM OF ACTION AND MONITORING SYSTEM

1. Marketing plan

2. Programming of action

3. Tracking system

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