Oct 072009

Planning permission

IMG_05611 .- Acts subject to licensing

The license is intended to test whether the activity or proposed work is consistent and compatible with the urban planning application.

Among the acts subject to licensing (Article 169 LOUA) are the following

a) urban plots

b) earthworks

c) works of construction, construction and installation of facilities of all kinds

d) The occupation and the first use of buildings

e) The clearing of forested

f) Any other acts specified in the regulations or by the relevant General Plan for Urban.

2 .- Purpose of planning permission

Its purpose is to test whether the activity or proposed work is consistent and compatible with the urban planning application. It is crucial soil classification and grading. It is also a formal administrative act of nature, which means that if the draft submitted is consistent with applicable planning, the Administration is obliged to grant

 3 .- licensing procedure

The application must be accompanied by the blueprint and implementation of the building and in the administrative record must be issued for legal and technical report.

The withdrawal period is 3 months, after which it is understood that the license has been granted by administrative silence positive. It is important to note, however, the provisions of Article 8 of TRLS 08 according to which there shall be granted a building permit by administrative silence if it is contrary to planning. The start of any work or use under it will require in any case, advance notice to the municipality at least ten days in advance. The express refusal of leave must be justified. The body responsible for granting the license is the mayor or body to delegate this power, ie the Local Government Board.

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