The easements for the protection of coastal public domain


Easements of the Coastal Act are limitations on ownership of lands adjacent to the seashore to protect the maritime public domain land and have the character of limitations.

These easements are:

a) Easement protection[:]

The protective easement shall be on an area 100 meters far inland from the inner edge of the seashore. It will be 20 meters yet to land the entry into force of the Coastal Act were urban land or land for development with approved development planning.

In the fields covered by this area can be made without authorization and plantation crops.

The bonded zone of protection shall be prohibited, among other uses, the following:

  • Buildings for residence or dwelling, including hotels.
  • The construction or modification of trunk routes
  • Advertising through posters or billboards

Regular basis, are only permitted in this area, works, facilities and activities which by their nature, can not have another location or services necessary or convenient for the use of the maritime-terrestrial public domain and discovered sports facilities .

The permitted uses in the area of protective easement shall be subject to approval by the State Administration, while according to the STC of July 4, 1991, corresponds to the CCAA and always respected urban planning.

b) Easements transit

The transit easement shall be on a stretch of 6 feet, measured inland from the inner boundary of the seashore. This area should be left permanently unobstructed for pedestrian public way and for surveillance and rescue vehicles, except in areas specifically protected. This range may be extended up to 20 meters in places difficult or dangerous traffic

c) access to the sea Bondage

The enslavement of free public access to the sea will fall on land adjacent to the maritime-terrestrial public domain in the length and width that demand the nature and purpose of access. To ensure public use of the maritime-terrestrial public domain, plans and standards for land use and coastal planning provide for the adequate provision of parking and access to the sea outside the maritime-terrestrial public domain. For this purpose, in urban and urbanizing areas, the road traffic should be separated by a maximum of 500 meters, and the pedestrian, 200 meters. (Ie vehicular access and pedestrian every 500 200)

d) Area of influence

Be determined by the town and country planning, will have a minimum length of 500 meters from the inner edge of the seashore and must take into account the following criteria

* Subdivide land reserves for car parks in an amount sufficient to secure the parking area outside of way.

* It must prevent the formation of architectural screens

-Alejandro 1 de agosto de 2010