The morphological characteristics and the social, strategic and economic singularity of the rural environment demand the existence of a set of norms to regulate its use and exploitation.
These regulations must allow for the protection of the rural areas and for the vital development of economic activities typical of the rural environment such as forestry, agriculture and livestock breeding. Their purpose is to achieve sustainability based on the preservation of the environment and the economic viability.
Uses of rural areas
- Landscape protection.
- Uses of rural areas: planning permission, permits for construction and activity development in rural areas.
- Regulations of forestry exploitation, ownership and use of communal woodlands.
- Regulations of ownership, opening and use of access roads, canals and other infrastructure.
Activities of the primary sector
- Grants for farmers and livestock breeders.
- Regulations on farming quotas.
- Production of organic produce, phytosanitary products.