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Siting of spatial arrangements with lower use of public funds and by saving time

The Government determined the text of the Draft Act Amending the Act Regarding the Siting of Spatial Arrangements of National Significance in Physical Space, which primarily reduces costs.

The main reason for amending the act is the need to seek solutions that will contribute to reducing government expenditure, eliminate certain ambiguities and inconsistencies that arose in the implementation of the Act Regarding the Siting of Spatial Arrangements of National Significance in Physical Space, and also seek solutions that will save time.

 

The aim of this draft is the additional optimisation of the already established procedure for siting spatial arrangements of national significance in physical space.

 

In view of the administrative consequences, the effects of the act will be seen in an increase in the responsibility of the investor, who is one of the key players, for drafting the national spatial plan. 

 

The consequences will also include the rationalisation and increased responsibility of national spatial planning stakeholders, rationalisation of the procedure for comprehensive environmental impact assessment, the consistent unification of investment and spatial documentation in order to avoid the duplication of documentation, the combining of several different and successive roles of municipalities, and the regulation of the position of persons liable to expropriation.