Section 3.
Updating the Environment Permit for the parcelling of land


Article 84.

§1.

An unexpired Environment Permit for the parcelling of land can be updated following the definitive establishment of a regional spatial plan provided that this is indicated at the provisional and definitive establishment of the plan, at least on the graphic plan.


In the case stated in subparagraph 1, the administrative body responsible for drawing up the plan pursuant to Title II, Chapter II of the VCRO can require the suspension of the sale or lease for more than nine years and of the establishment of a leasehold or building lease in respect of all or part of the parcelling.


Sections 4 and 5 do not apply to this article.

 


Article 85.

§1.
On the initiative of the bench of Mayor and Aldermen, an unexpired Environment Permit for the parcelling of land can, with regard to the unexpired part, be updated after a period of fifteen years from the issue of this Environment Permit in last administrative instance.

 

The updating of the Environment Permit stated in this article shall take place in accordance with the provisions of the normal licensing procedure, on the understanding that the permit request or the request must be read as the request or the petition to update and the applicant as applicant for or requester of the update.

 

Before the start of the public inquiry, the municipality will inform all owners of a lot by ordinary letter or secured dispatch of the public inquiry and of the provisions of paragraph 2.


Before the start of the public inquiry, the municipality will also announce the public inquiry by means of a regular letter or secured dispatch to all owners of parcels that adjoin the allotments that are the subject of the update, before the start of the public inquiry.
 

§2.

The competent authority shall refuse the update if the owners of more than one quarter of the authorised parcels in the Environment Permit for which the update is requested submitted an admissible and well-founded written or digital objection based on spatial reasons during the public review.

 

This objection shall clearly indicate that it originates with the owner of one or more authorised parcels in the Environment Permit for which the update is requested, otherwise the competent authority shall not take this objection into account for the calculation stated in subparagraph 1.

 

The competent authority ruling on the update can require the suspension of the sale or lease for more than nine years and of the establishment of a leasehold or building lease in respect of all or part of the parcelling.

§3.

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