The following master's thesis deals with consideration of municipal detailed spatial plan (in the continuation referred to as MDSP), which is classified in the category of general legal acts. The competence to adopt MDSP is allocated to the municipality, which prioritizes sustainable development and the related land exploitation in a rational manner. MDSP represents the most detailed spatial act of the municipality, with which more detailed and more complex spatial arrangements are planned.
Spatial arrangement and more relevant institutes of spatial planning are presented in the first part of this master's thesis. Spatial development acts, which MDSP is also a part of, are more accurately specified so as to understand the topic more easily. The hierarchy principle should also be pointed out, because according to this principle detailed spatial development acts must be based on the grounds of strategic spatial acts. In the central part the accurate legal regulation of content and the regulation of adoption procedure of MDSP are presented in more detail. During the preparation of MDSP the purpose of regulation must be taken into account, while the plan organizer is bound to follow the regulation, specified with municipal spatial act. However, the adoption of MDSP may also be proposed by a private investor. The content of MDSP refers primarily to arranging development spatial regulations, during which spatial implementation conditions and the planned spatial use might change together with MDSP. The procedure of adopting MDSP is heavily regulated, as it involves coordination of several fields of interest, which require a balanced solution. Therefore, the inclusion of public is also predicted and the public has to be able to cooperate effectively. The MDSP adoption procedure is divided into several different stages in terms of content. First off, the municipality prepares the starting points and conclusion about MDSP preparation according to general guidelines of the spatial-planning authorities. The next stage requires cooperation with spatial-planning authorities and the preparation of MDSP draft, which is further followed by public release. Upon re-regulating public proposals MDSP proposal is prepared by the municipality, which is then roughly followed by the municipal council confirming and adopting MDSP. Due to environmental protection the MDSP adoption procedure may run alongside a strategic environmental assessment. Follow-up work is intended to present new regulation of judicial protection against detailed spatial development acts and the consideration of various institutes of the state in order to supervise local authorities during the implementation of spatial planning. Finally, the possibility for municipality residents to participate in the preparation of spatial acts within the scope of direct democracy is also presented.