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Zintegrowane Zarządzanie Obszarami Przybrzeżnymi i Planowanie Przestrzenne Obszarów Morskich

 


Programme MoU-workshop Polen

Thursday 21 October 2004

  9.00

Welcome

  9.10

Explanation of the programme

  9.15

Introduction of participants

  9.45

Coffee and tea break

10.10

General introduction on the policy process, organisation  and ministries responsible for spatial planning (on sea) and ICZM

10.10 Polish speaker

10.25 Dutch speaker

10.40 questions

10.50

General introduction on Spatial planning on the sea

10.50 Dutch speaker

11.05 Polish speaker

11.20 questions

11.30

General introduction on Integrated Coastal Zone Management (ICZM)

11.30 Polish speaker

11.45 Dutch speaker

12.00 questions

 

Spatial planning on the sea

ICZM

12.10

Spatial planning (organization)

Key-questions:

         Do we need spatial planning?

         Should there be a policy on the use of sea space, and what should be its content?

         How do or should we arrange spatial planning?

ICZM (implementation of ICZM)

Key-questions:

         How far are we with the implementation of ICZM?

         How do we work out the EU-recommendation on ICZM?

12.10 Dutch and Polish introduction

12.35 discussion around key-questions

12.10 Polish and Dutch introduction

12.35 discussion around key-questions

13.45

Lunch

15.00

Spatial Planning (decisionmaking system)

Key-questions:

         Which decisions have to be made before user functions are allowed on the sea?

         Who is/should be making the decisions?

         Should there be a form of payment for the use of sea space? Is there any such form in the two countries?

ICZM (main issues for ICZM)

Key-questions:

         What are the main issues for ICZM?

         How do we integrate the different issues (among others: questions of priority)?

         What role does safety play in ICZM?

         Does ICZM change the outlook on risk?

15.00 Polish and Dutch introduction

15.25 discussion around key-questions

15.00 Dutch and Polish introduction

15.25 discussion around key-questions

16.35

Coffee, tea and snack break

 

17.05

Spatial Planning (wind farms on sea)

Key-questions:

         Is there any wind farm now and what is the expected scale of wind farms on sea?

         How is this userfunction spatially planned?

         What is the process of decisionmaking?

ICZM (organization)

Key-questions:

         What do we understand under the term ICZM and what do we need for ICZM?

         How do we organize ICZM?

17.05 Dutch and Polish introduction

17.30 discussion around key-questions

17.05 Dutch and Polish introduction

17.30 discussion around key-questions

18.40

Closing of the day and looking at the program for Friday

19.00

Dinner

Friday 22 October 2004

  9.00

Opening of the day

  9.10

Overview of the conclusions of yesterday

9.10 Chairman of spatial planning

9.30 Chairman of ICZM

9.50 discussion about the conclusions

10.30

Coffee and tea break

10.45

Stakeholder participation

Key-questions:

         Who are the main stakeholders for ICZM and spatial planning?

         To what extent should the (general) public be involved?

         How does/should the government reach them (e.g. through stakeholder representations? and how such representations realistically can be generated?)?

         When does/should the government involve them?

10.45 Polish and Dutch introduction

11.10 discussion about the key-questions

12.05

Lunch

12.45

Land-sea interaction

Key-questions:

         What are the land-sea interactions? Which of the interactions are processes (natural, social, economical?), which are use conflicts? Which of them are significant?

         How do the land-sea interactions interact with / influence the spatial planning and ICZM?

12.45 Dutch and Polish introduction

13.10 discussion about the key-questions

14.05

Coffee and tea break

14.25

International collaboration

Key questions:

         (How) can we bring the conclusions of this workshop to international bodies like the EU, Ospar, Helcom and Baltic 21?

         On which topics is future collaboration between Poland and The Netherlands needed? What other countries might be interested as well? What possibilities are there for collaboration?

14.25 Polish and Dutch introduction

14.50 discussion about the key-questions

15.45

Conclusions of the workshop

16.00

Ending the workshop

16.15

Departures

 

MoU Workshop on ICZM and Spatial Planning of Sea Areas

 

List of participants

 

 

Name

Affiliation

1

Edwin Meeuwsen

Ministry of Agriculture, Nature and Food quality

2

Hennie Schans

RWS/Directorate Noord Nederland

3

Paul van Hemert

Ministry of Spatial Planning, Housing and the Environment

4

Frank van der Meulen

RWS/Nationale Institute for Coastal and Marine Manaement

5

Bas Jonkman

RWS/Road and Hydraulic Engineering Institute

6

Tiny Maenhout

Municipal Sluis

7

Geert Koskamp

RWS/Nationale Institute for Coastal and Marine Manaement

8

Wout de Vries

Wetterskip Fryslan

9

Michel Lucas

Provincie Noord-Holland

10

Annemiek Roeling

RWS/Nationale Institute for Coastal and Marine Manaement

11

Herman Verheij

Waddenvereniging

12

Wilfried Roelandt

RWS?Directorate Zeeland

13

Ronald Warmenhoven

RWS/North Sea Directorate

14

Member EUCC

 

15

Katarzyna Krzywda

Ministry of Infrastructure

16

Wojciech Kownacki

Ministry of Infrastrucure

17

Agnieszka Zapłatka

Ministry of Infrastructure

18

Artur Kawicki

Ministry of Environment

19

Lidia Kacalska-Bieńkowska

Ministry of Agriculture

20

Agnieszka Sokołowksa

Ministry of Agriculture

21

Witold Kuszewski

Pomeranian Voivodship Office

22

Zofia Olszewska

West-Pomeranian Voivodship Office

23

Magdalena Kaniewska

Pomeranian Marshalls Office

24

Lech Michalski

Pomeranian Marshalls Office

25

Wojciech Miłosz

Pomeranian Parliament

26

Magdalena Jezierska

VASAB 2010

27

Joanna Drążek

Coastal Landscape Park (NPK)

28

Kazimierz Szefler

Maritime Institute in Gdansk

29

Andrzej Borowiec

Maritime Office in Szczecin

30

Piotr Domaradzki

Maritime Office in Szczecin

31

Piotr Zaremba

Maritime Office in Szczecin

32

Wojciech Dziedzic

Maritime Office in Słupsk

33

Ryszard Hamerski

Maritime Office in Słupsk

34

Anna Stelmaszyk-Świerczyńska

Maritime Office in Gdynia

35

Jacek Kosmólski

Maritime Office in Gdynia

36

Hanna Kamrowska

Maritime Office in Gdynia

37

Beata Gąsiewska-Kornatowska

Maritime Office in Gdynia

38

Barbara Solińska

Maritime Office in Gdynia

39

Malwina Szafran-Nawojczyk

Maritime Office in Gdynia

40

Andrzej Cieślak

Maritime Office in Gdynia

 

 

 

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