SCHEMES OF SPATIAL PLANNING OF COMMUNITIES – THE BASIS OF DEVELOPMENT OF RURAL TERRITORIES
The article analyses the main problems of development of rural territories in the conditions of decentralization concerning modern realities. Rural territories traditionally took special place in the formation of demographic, economic, resource-production and social-humanitarian potential of Ukraine. The present stage of social development of rural territories concerning change of the method of agricultural production and introduction of industrial technologies of growing agricultural crops and cattle care is characterized by the gradual extinction of “non-perspective” rural settlements The complex plan of spatial development of united territorial communities must become the road map of rural territories development. The solving of rural territories development problems must include the following measures: the formation of regulatory framework in the sphere of rural population employment, the creating of powerful consulting service, professional-education training of personnel, which will increase the quality of workforce, that will allow to save and create the new working places, will promote the development of entrepreneurship and independent employment of population.
2.The law of Ukraine About Land Management//Information Parliamentary, 2003, №36, article 282
3.The Law Code| of Ukraine//Information Parliamentary|, 2002, №3-4, article 27
4.Shvorak A.M. The complex project of regulation of rural (village) Council territory/ A.M. Shvorak// Journal №2 LSAU, 1998.-Page 107-110.
5.Council Directive 91/676/EEC of 12 December 1991 concerning the protection of waters against pollution caused by nitrates from agricultural sources [Електронний ресурс] / Режим доступу: http://eur-lex.europa.eu/legal-content/EN/TXT/?uri=CELEX:31991L0676.
6. Shvorak A.M. Natural feed grounds and social-economic development of rural territories. Economic Journal of East European National University named after Lesia Ukrainka: Journal/comp. L.G. Lipych, M.B. Kulynych. – Lutsk: Vezha-Druk, 2018. - №2(14). – Page 112-116.