Territory plans consist of four main parts – descriptive note, graphical part, mandatory rules and overview. All four parts are interrelated and based on each other.
Descriptive note determines development objectives and directions, as well as solutions and justifications of the territory planning. Next, textual information is pictured in a map for clarity and understandability. Then, graphical part includes detailed reflection of planned (authorized) use of the territory where territories are dividend by different colours according to their planned use, indicating all type of protective zones and boundaries of administrative territories.
Metrum produces graphical parts of territory development plans – maps of existing use, planned (authorized) use, encumbrance plans, topographical maps etc.