The Regional Authority FrankfurtRheinMain (in German: Regionalverband FrankfurtRheinMain) is the organizational level of the metropolitan area Frankfurt/Rhein-Main, to which 75 cities and municipalities belong. Its purpose is to ensure the orderly development of Frankfurt and its neighboring communities.
What is the Regional Authority FrankfurtRheinMain?
Since the surrounding municipalities of Frankfurt remained independent municipalities even after the Hessian regional reform of 1977, the Hessian state government created the regional association FrankfurtRheinMain in 2011, a corporation under public law, which is intended to strengthen municipal cooperation in the Frankfurt/Rhine-Main conurbation . The aim is an orderly and coordinated development of the urban region.
The legal basis for the FrankfurtRheinMain regional authority is the Law on the Frankfurt/Rhein-Main Metropolitan Region (MetropolG) of the Hessian state parliament of March 8, 2011. With the MetropolG coming into force, the regional association was able to start its work on April 1, 2011 and succeed the work of the planning association for the Frankfurt/Rhine-Main. From this the new association has taken over the tasks of regional land use planning and landscape planning. The focus is on a demand-oriented development of residential construction, for which appropriate areas are designated. In addition, the regional association takes on tasks in location marketing and promotion of economic development.
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