Article 4.4.3.

The land-use safety report consists of at least following components:

  1. a general part that contains the following information:
    1. a description of the objectives and generalities of the draft land-use implementing plan, includ-ing a map on an adapted scale;
    2. a summary of the motives for the drawing up of the land-use implementing plan;
    3. a description of the alternatives taken into consideration for the draft land-use implementing plan, or an outline of the alternatives that can reasonably be taken into account for specific com-ponents, in each case including the relative considerations of the initiator;
    4. a comparison between the described alternatives and the draft land-use implementing plan or its relevant parts;
  2. A part concerning the influence of the land-use implementing plan on the risks of serious acci-dents involving persons and the environment that contains the following information:
    1. a description of the methods that were used for the determination and the assessment of the risks of major accidents to the population and the environment, including a summary and descrip-tion of the relevant criteria used in the land-use safety report for the demarcation of the risk zo-nes;
    2. if appropriate, information on risks of serious accidents involving persons and the environment related to the existing establishments, and on the safety measures taken and/or which can be ta-ken by existing establishments to prevent serious accidents and to limit their consequences for persons and the environment;
    3. for the draft environmental implementing plan and the described alternatives, a scientific as-sessment of the influence of the developments taken into consideration at existing establishments in the vicinity and/or the possible siting of new establishments on the risks of major accidents to the population and environment including the demarcated risk zones;
    4. on the basis of the assessment referred to in c), recommendations concerning:
      1. the relative town and country planning conditions, including in the light of the requirement to also retain a sufficient distance in the long term between the establishments covered by the agreement of cooperation and certain vulnerable areas referred to in article 24, 1, last para-graph, of the agreement of cooperation;
      2. supplementary measures which can be taken by existing establishments to avoid serious acci-dents and limit their consequences for persons and the environment in order to not increase risks;
    5. an overall assessment of the draft land-use implementing plan and of the described alternatives within the framework of the policy relating to the prevention of serious accidents and the limiting of their consequences for persons and the environment;
  3. A statement of the difficulties, technical absences or missing knowledge that the initiator and/or the accredited expert may have experienced with the collection and processing of the re-quired information and the consequences of this for the scientific nature of the report;
  4. A non-technical summary of the information provided as described in 1 up to and including 3;