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The reorganization of rural land ownership and the design of rural areas through land management procedures under the Land Consolidation Act are necessary to improve the agricultural structure and to resolve conflicts of use between agriculture and public interests. Such conflicts can arise from large-scale construction projects such as motorways, railway lines or from municipal planning such as bypasses or commercial settlements. But planning for the protection of nature and drinking water can also trigger major conflicts for agricultural and forestry use. Until 1995 it was customary to compensate for interventions of the soil order in the landscape. From 1995, guidelines were laid down for rural land regulation according to which it must work. Among other things, the soil regulation has been given the task of supporting nature conservation and landscape conservation in an effort to restore to a considerable extent the near-natural habitats lost in recent decades for a species-rich flora and fauna or to develop new near-natural habitats. The expenditure necessary for the implementation of rural land regulation, in particular for measures to: Reorganization of rural land ownership agricultural infrastructure Ensuring a sustainably efficient natural balance are funded with grants. The amount of support shall be determined individually for each procedure. The beneficiaries must make a contribution of at least 25% themselves (20% in the case of procedures with a special ecological objective), while other beneficiaries should contribute appropriately financially.

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