The assignment is dealing with the changes in the intended land use on the chosen area of the northern Goriška region. In the first part the assignment focuses on the municipalities Cerkno and Kobarid and the change of the intended use of space in these municipalities between the two different land use laws in the last decade. It deals with the graphical and numerical representation regarding the differences in the basic intended land use within the entire municipalities, then it focuses on the municipal centres, where it deals with the detailed intended land use. In the second part it concerns itself with the data from this assignment as well as from five other municipalities: Bovec, Brda, Idrija, Kanal and Tolmin, for which the data had already been calculatet in the works of Martina Perdih, Nina Keran and Ksenija Kotar. After merging all the data into a sensible whole, the similarities and differences between the municipalities that are in a similar geographical area, but are also defined by other factors like the distance from the gravitational centres or tourism, became apparent. General findings indicate, that in the last decade, the areas intended for bulidings have been reduced and in the same time there has been a significant change between the agricultural and forested areas, the latter having seen a significant increase in the area due to the abandonment of farming and the overgrowth on the agricultural areas.