The Spatial Plans subregional down the basic elements for the organization and structure of the territory within its scope. Regarding content, is essentially the following:
a) Basic infrastructure and distribution of equipment and services necessary scope or nature supramunicipal
b) An indication of management zones for the protection of landscape and historical heritage Continue Reading →
In addition, 29 December 2006 was published in the BOJA Decree 206/2006 of 28 November, by adjusting the Spatial Plan of Andalusia to the resolutions adopted by the Parliament of Andalusia in meeting the 25 and 26 October 2006. The planning scheme took effect on Dec. 30. The plan has also been challenged by the popular party.
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The Community of Andalusia has exclusive competence for regional planning as required by Article 148.3 EC assumed status 1981 in its Article 13.8
Spatial planning is regulated in Andalusia by Law 1 / 1994 of 11 January, Spatial Planning of the Autonomous Community of Andalusia. This law is certainly a short and limited content. Continue Reading →
The developable land is the land needed to absorb the expected growth of the city.
There are three categories of land for development (Article 47 LOUA)
ordered developable land: Soil integrated sector for which the plan (general or development) to establish the detailed planning. Continue Reading →
The undeveloped land is covered by Article 46 LOUA Andalusia and is one which by definition is not suitable nor necessary for urban development.
There are two categories of undeveloped land
building land protected (article 46 LOUA)
Subject to limitations or public domain (cattle trails, coastal public domain …)
o Protection of sectoral legislation (costs, environment ..) or spatial planning landscape grounds, historical, archaeological, environmental or cultural
o Protection of the general planning for values of agriculture, forestry, livestock, the natural endowment or for coastal protection common land for development
Natural hazards accredited or sectorial planning Continue Reading →
1 .- The powers of the State, Autonomous Regions and Municipalities on Urban
a) State Competition
The state has legislative competence in the field of urban law of land ownership, valuation and expropriation based on the following items: Continue Reading →