Conditions of use

By using the website of the Institute for Physical Planning of Primorje-Gorski Kotar County and all the associated sites and services which belong to the domain it is considered that users are aware of all the conditions of use and that they accept them at all times.

The content of these pages is part of the endeavour to present the varied information from our scope of work to the public, and to enable an insight into the produced documents of physical planning, the projects and the County’s geoportal. If you notice any mistake in the content then please contact us via the contact form or mail

The Institute for Physical Planning of Primorje-Gorski Kotar County reserves the right to change the content and conditions of use of the website without prior notice and is not responsible for any damage that may result from these changes. Likewise, it is not liable for any direct or indirect damage which is suffered by a user or any third party in connection with the use or misuse of the content of the website. The information on this website may contain links to websites of external sources for which we cannot accept responsibility or guarantee the reliability and accuracy of information. The Institute for Physical Planning of Primorje-Gorski Kotar County Public does not guarantee that his website will be available to users at all times.

Transfer of content
The content from these pages may be transferred without special permission with the citation of the source (unless it has been expressly stated that the content has been transferred from another source). Therefore, reuse is permissible with the condition that the source of the information is cited. The placing of a link to the website of the Institute for Physical Planning of Primorje-Gorski Kotar County on another page is permissible.

Cookies policy
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What are cookies?
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How to disable cookies?
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Google Analytics
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