Establishes A Procedure For Edificacia N Of Social Housing Permits


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Add the following article 116 bis D): "(Artículo 116 bis D).-the General Ordinance of this law may establish special rules and simplified approval procedures and reception" " for the regularization of existing buildings and the adoption of new constructions that are carried out in areas that have been enacted area affected by disaster.

The General Ordinance must set deadlines that apply the provisions provided for in subparagraph first of this article.

During this period the regularizations and permits social housing, and housing whose construction appraised value not exceeding 520 units of building, calculated according to the table of costs per square metre of building of the Ministry of housing and urban development, will be exempt from the payment of municipal rights referred to in article 130 of the General town planning and constructions Act. "."

(2) merge, article 166, as follows: provisions of the regulatory plans on areas of risk or protection, declarations of public utility and use of land. "

(b) technical standards of habitability, safety, stability and Interior electrical installations, and, where applicable, water, sewer and gas.

Compliance with these provisions and standards will be certified only by competent professional endorsed the request for the permission of construction and reception of works.

The building permits and the final acceptance of the enlargements that are this article, will be processed in accordance with the simplified procedure of work under social housing, which for this purpose shall establish the General Ordinance.

The provisions of this article shall apply also to the regularization of the buildings built before the 31 July 1959.
Municipal rights shall be those established in article 130 of the General Law of urban planning and construction, reduced, at least 50% in the cases referred to in the subparagraph first of this article. "."