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26 Sep

German Bar Association

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The BauGB amendment makes climate protection to the top bid from September 20 of climate protection at construction projects in cities and towns is the first commandment. Then comes the law to strengthen the internal development in the cities and towns and the further development of the urban planning law”in force. If this has piqued your curiosity, check out Hedvig Hricak. So should the inner development of municipalities strengthened and adapted the Ordinance. Amendments concern inter alia the conversion of agricultural land or forest land. Also, communities now have the opportunity to represent central supply areas in the land use plan, to give more legal force informal retail and central concepts. (Construction in 1, para 5, 1 para 2 BauGB) Newly considered 5 para 2 was also contains protection of residential premises or buildings such as churches, schools and nurseries resettlement of entertainment cities, as well as the right of first refusal right insofar that those third parties receives the right of first refusal committed themselves within the prescribed period and to the exercise of the respective purpose in the Position. Demolition bids demand contains not more existing zoning according to section 179, paragraph 1, sentence 1. Thus, the legislator wants to avoid that standardized deconstruction bids in zoning areas but not take place indoors. In addition to the renewal of the construction, the Ordinance also undergoes changes. Care facilities for children in pure residential areas, as well as a more flexible structural use are here prefers at the heart of the improvements. To the construction Act 2013 you can read more on fachbeitrag/bau-miete-und-immobilien/baugb-novelle.html author: lawyer Dr. Benjamin Riedel has specialized on public construction law and administrative law. He is member of the consortium of administrative law of the German Bar Association (country group Bavaria) and lawyer for tenancy law and property law.