Strandskydd i Svedala kommun Markanvändning idag, ianspråktagande av mark sedan 1940-talet och behovet av utvidgat strandskydd

Detta är en Magister-uppsats från Lunds universitet/Centrum för miljö- och klimatvetenskap (CEC)

Sammanfattning: Shoreline protection is, along with general habitat protection, the only directly applicable conservation act for shorelines in Sweden. The purpose of shoreline protection is to safeguard the public’s recreational access to shoreline areas and protect flora and fauna. Sweden has had general shoreline protection since 1975, and in many municipalities the shoreline protection is extended. Svedala municipality has extended shoreline protection around seven lakes. In 2009 the Swedish shoreline protection law was renewed, placing responsibility for granting exemption from shoreline protection with the municipalities, and existing decisions regarding extended shoreline protection had to be revisited. This study uses orthophotos to examine how land is used today, and how the use of land surrounding the eleven of the largest lakes in Svedala municipality has changed since the 1940s. Additionally, the study explores how Svedala has handled decisions of exemption from shoreline protection and the need for extended shoreline protection in Svedala based on the need to protect flora and fauna. Results show that today’s land use is mostly agriculture and residential buildings. Exploitation is relatively small within the shoreline-protected areas, and exploitation of land has mostly occurred within already existing lots and property zones. In total, only five new residential buildings have been added to the shoreline-protected areas since the 1940s. The most common types of exploitations are new docks and complement buildings. Since 2009, Svedala has processed few applications for exemption from shoreline protection, all in all seven applications. Thus, are the number of exemptions too few to provide any material for identifying trends. A great diversity of habitats important to preservation of biodiversity is found in the shoreline areas of the studied lakes. These environmental values weighted with the results of this study shows that extended shoreline protection is motivated around the lakes in Svedala.

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