|Chapter 2||National Park Proposals|
|Chapter 3||National Park Funds|
|Chapter 4||National Pardonekra|
|Chapter 5||National Park Plan|
|Chapter 6||Administrative provisions|
|Chapter 7||Determination of a National Park Fund|
|Chapter 8||Entry into force and transitional provisions|
Publication of national parks law
This shall be the law of national parks, cf. law no. 533 of 6. June 2007, with the changes resulting from Section 30 of Law No 1336 of 19. In December 2008, Section 11 of Law No 484 of 11. May 2010, section 16 of law no. 1273 of 21. December 2011 and section 18 of law no. 580 of 18. June 2012.
§ 1. The aim of the law is for the creation of national parks
1) create and ensure major cohesive wilderness areas and landscapes of national and international importance ;
2) preserve and strengthen nature's quality and diversity ;
3) ensure continuity and opportunities for free dynamics in nature ;
4) maintain and strengthen the congeological and geological values,
5) maintain and visualize the cultural historical values and diversity of the cultural landscape ;
6) support research and training in the values of the area ;
7) promote the opportunities of the people to use and experience nature and the landscape ;
8) reinforce the dissemination of knowledge of the values and development of the territories,
9) support development for the benefit of the local community, including business, with respect for the protection interests ; and
10) strengthen awareness of the values of the area through the involvement of the population of the establishment and development of national parks.
§ 2. The Minister for the Environment may set up a national park if the area is national or international as a result of the natural and rural values in the area and, where the establishment allows for a shorter or longer term, to comply with the law ; purpose.
Paragraph 2. The National Park, together with other Danish national parks, could represent the main Danish types of natural habitat.
Paragraph 3. The creation of the national park must be able to improve and strengthen the opportunities for a coordinated and long-term development of the natural, landscaping, geological, cultural historical and free-air values in interaction with national interests, the local population and occupation.
Paragraph 4. National parks can be established on land, on fresh waters and at sea.
§ 3. Following the implementation of the procedure in section 4 to 7, the Environment Minister may lay down rules on the objective of the national park, the objectives of the development and the definition of the national park. The notice may also include rules on the restriction of the competence for planning in accordance with the rules laid down in the Plans Act in the national park.
National Park Proposals
§ 4. The Environment Minister can draw up a proposal for a national park on the basis of studies describing the area and show that the establishment of the National Park may meet the law. Citizens ' involvement must be carried out in connection with the investigations.
Paragraph 2. The municipal boards, which will be affected by a proposal for a national park, must give consent to the Minister to draw up a proposal.
§ 5. Before the environmental minister issues the establishment of a national park, a proposal must be made public and will be issued for public debate. Publication can only be digitally.
Paragraph 2. The Environment Minister shall set a period of at least 16 weeks for the presentation of comments on the proposal.
Paragraph 3. A national park proposal shall be sent to the lodowners concerned, the local and governmental authorities whose interests are affected by the proposal and the organisations, etc., which must be considered to be of considerable interest therein.
Paragraph 4. The proposal must be accompanied by complementary information on the main purpose of the proposed national park, the general protection and development opportunities for the national park, the composition of the national park management board and the economic base, which The creation and operation of the national park shall be based on.
§ 6. If, after the expiry of the period after paragraph 5 (5), 2, major amendments to the proposal for a national park must be made public with a new deadline. Publication can only be digitally.
Paragraph 2. The Minister shall set the time limit for the publication of at least eight weeks for the presentation of comments on the proposal,
§ 7. The Environment Minister can only change the rules of a national park after implementing the procedure in § § 4-6.
Paragraph 2. However, if this is a modest extension, which the lodowners concerned have requested, and if the region can contribute to the achievement of the national park, the minister may change the rules on the demarcation of a national park without following the procedure in section 4-6.
National Park Funds
§ 8. The Environment Minister is setting up a National Park Fund for each national park.
Paragraph 2. The Fund is an independent body in the management of government.
§ 9. The aim of the Fund is to establish and develop the national park within the framework laid down by the creation of the national park.
§ 10. The Fund is in the preparation and revision of the national park plan, and the Fund must work to ensure that the plan is implemented.
Paragraph 2. The Fund must ensure that the national park is informed and that the people are involved in decisions on the development and operation of the national park.
§ 11. The funds of the Fund are made up of a appropriation that is set out in the annual financial laws, and of contributions from municipalities and other donors.
Paragraph 2. The fund can receive inheritance, gifts, etc., and subsidies.
Paragraph 3. The Fund shall be accountable and reviewed according to the rules in force for the State.
Executive and secretariat
§ 12. The Fund shall be led by a Board of Directors (National Park Management Board) appointed by the Minister for the Environment.
Paragraph 2. The Administrative Board shall consist of a President and 6-12 members appointed by the setting of interested organisations, municipalities and the State. When the national parcels are set up, the Management Board of 1 or 2 members shall be appointed by the Minister for the Environment, according to the recommendation from the National Pardoneship.
Paragraph 3. The Management Board shall be appointed for four years. Repeating may be done once. If the President or a member is in untimely, the replacement shall be appointed for the rest of the period.
Paragraph 4. The Management Board shall, with the assistance of the Environment Minister, establish rules for the Fund.
§ 13. The Fund shall bear the costs of the secretariat, to the honors of the members of the Management Board, which shall be paid and for the other administration.
Paragraph 2. The Management Board shall be able to act as a manager and the secretariat to take decisions and decisions on behalf of the board in a specific scope.
§ 14. In order to achieve the National Park Plan, the Fund can be achieved within the purpose of the National Park
1) conclude voluntary agreements on natural conservation, natural care, operations, natural recovery, strengthening cultural historical values and public access ;
2) buy, manage and sell immovable property ;
3) holding operational and plant expenditure,
4) conduct the costs of research, information and information relating to the national park ; and
5) provide loans and grants to municipalities, associations, foundations, institutions, etc., and private property owners.
Paragraph 2. The Fund may acquire agricultural liable for land under the rules on the Fund in section 24 in the area of the agricultural service.
Paragraph 3. Deposits for paragraph 1. 1, no. 5 may be made subject to the conclusion of contracts referred to in paragraph 1. 1, no. 1.
Paragraph 4. Agreements in accordance with paragraph 1. 1, no. 1, this may be on the property. The agreement is binding on owners and holders of rights over the property, regardless of when the right has been set.
Paragraph 5. The payment of the Fund in connection with the conclusion of agreements pursuant to paragraph 1. 1, no. 1, cf. no. 5 shall be calculated as a starting point as in connection with the conclusion of agreements to comply with the Natura 2000 plan, in accordance with the law on nature conservation, that is to say, corresponding to the loss to which the agreement enduries the owner of the lodger.
Paragraph 6. The Environment Minister may lay down rules on the fund management of funds, including general subsidy conditions and on alteration and loss of subsidies.
§ 15. When the Fund has implemented a nature management project in an area acquired by the Fund, the area of the environmental minister shall be transferred to the environment for further operation, by making agreement on operations in accordance with the national park plan. In the case of the municipality of the municipality, the corresponding assignment shall be assigned to the municipality Board, where this is linked to the other area-
Paragraph 2. The transfer requirement shall not apply to areas where installations are established or built in large building facilities serving information, dissetification, education or research purposes.
§ 16. A local national parcour is being created for each national park. The National Park Council is a consultative state of affairs in matters of greater importance and of fundamental issues.
Paragraph 2. The National Parks Board shall decide on the composition of the Council and shall, for a period corresponding to the period of operation of the Management Board, shall be decided upon by the Council.
Paragraph 3. The members of the Council shall be appointed by the authorities concerned and from interest and professional organisations, business and associations with interest in the National Park. In addition, special experts may be appointed, and so on.
Paragraph 4. The Council will elect a President and a Vice-President.
National Park Plan
§ 17. The National Park Fund must draw up a plan for the establishment and development of the National Park as a whole within a time limit laid down by the Environment Minister, as a whole and in the parts of the park.
§ 18. The National Park Plan must account for the national parks present and potential
1) natural values, including essential natural habitats and species, and
2) conjugal and cultural historical values.
Paragraph 2. The plan must describe,
1) how to strengthen the quality of nature, including by extending nature conservation areas and by ensuring continuity and free dynamics in nature ;
2) the possibility of creating coherence between the natural areas,
3) development opportunities for the free air release,
4) opportunities for professional and professional development ; and
5) how knowledge of the values of the area can be disseminated.
Paragraph 3. On the basis of the statement, the objective of the development of the national parks shall be determined in the light of the matters referred to in paragraph 1. 2.
Paragraph 4. The National Park Plan must describe how the planned goals can be achieved how the planned effort is given priority over the period of the period and how the people will be involved in the work.
Paragraph 5. The National Park Plan must be accompanied by a statement on whether or not the plan is to be dependent on permits or derogations from other legislation.
§ 19. The National Park Plan must not be stride towards the following planning :
1) Water plans and Natura 2000 plans and plans for the implementation of these plans, in accordance with the environmental measurement and international nature protection area (environmental target sloven) ;
2) Natura 2000 forestry plans after forest law,
3) regional development plans, local authority plans and local plans, in accordance with the planning and planning ;
4) raw material plans after the raw material law.
The provision and revision of the National Park plan and so on.
20. In addition to the preparation of a proposal for a national park plan, the National Park Fund has ideas, proposals and so on.
Paragraph 2. The call must contain a short statement of the purpose of the National Park and the basis for its creation. The main issues are also explained in the context of planning work.
Paragraph 3. Call occurs at public advertising with a period of not less than 12 weeks for the submission of ideas and proposals, and so on, public advertising may be digitally available.
Paragraph 4. The National Park Fund must provide an information industry for a public debate on the National Park Plan.
§ 21. As soon as the period referred to in paragraph 20 (1 3, has expired, the National Park Fund may adopt a proposal for a national park plan.
Paragraph 2. The proposal shall be published with a deadline for the submission of objections, etc., of at least 12 weeks.
§ 22. At the same time as the publication of a proposal for the National Park Plan, it will be sent to the Environment Minister and other governmental, regional and municipal authorities whose interests are affected by the proposal.
Paragraph 2. The proposal is also sent to
1) ownership of property affected by the proposal ; and
2) the associations and organisations referred to in section 30 and which have asked the Fund to be informed.
-23. After the expiry of the time limit in section 21 (1), 2, may the National Park Fund adopt the plan definitively.
Paragraph 2. If, after the expiry of the time limit in section 21 (1), 2, essential amendments to the proposal for a national park plan, the amended proposal must be issued for public debate for at least eight weeks before the adoption of this proposal.
§ 24. The National Park Fund is making public announcement of the final agreed national park plan. Public advertising can only be digitally. The publication shall be provided for the draft guidelines and notification of the time limit. The plan shall be publicly available.
Paragraph 2. At the same time, with the publication of the publication, the Environment Minister and the authorities referred to in section 22 (2) shall be informed. 1, and anyone who has obje:21 to paragraph 21 (1). Two, against the National Park Plan.
§ 25. The National Park Fund is reviewing the national park plan every 6. Years. The date of the audit must be adapted to the Natura 2000 plan according to the environmental target slope so that the National Park Plans are revised within two years of the adoption or auditing of the Natura 2000 plan.
Paragraph 2. As a basis for the review, the Fund shall draw up and publish a statement on the development of the national park, including an evaluation of the results achieved over the previous period.
Paragraph 3. In the case of audits of the National Park Plans, the rules laid down in this chapter for the creation of national park plans shall apply.
Paragraph 4. Less changes may be made according to requirements during the schedule period. In the event of minor changes, the Fund may not comply with the rules in section 20 concerning the call for ideas and proposals, etc.
Paragraph 5. The Fund may prepare an addendum to the national park plan in the planned period, should there be any need. The rules concerning the provision of national parks in this chapter shall apply.
SECTION 26. The Environment Minister may decide or lay down rules on the placing on the market of the national parks.
§ 27. The Minister for the Environment, Public Health and Consumer Protection may, in the name of the Ministry, set up the State or Government, in consultation with the other State authorities, to exercise the powers conferred on this law to the Minister.
Paragraph 2. The Minister for the Environment, Public Health and Consumer Policy may lay down rules on access to complaints against decisions taken under the authority, including that they should not be complainable.
Paragraph 3. The Minister may also lay down rules on the exercise of powers, as a different state authority, having negotiated with the person concerned, as a government shall be authorized to exercise in accordance with paragraph 1. 1.
§ 28. The Environment Minister may lay down rules on the possibility of using digital communication within the territory of the law and on the terms of this.
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§ 29. The adoption of a national park plan for the National Park Fund may be enclamed for the Committee on the Environment, Public Health and Consumer Protection as a compound after paragraph 5 (5). 1, no. Two, in the case of the Natur and the Environment Board of the Environment, Public Health and Consumer Protection.
Paragraph 2. The other decisions of the National Park Fund may not be brought to the second administrative authority.
Paragraph 3. The Minister for the Environment, Public Health and Consumer Policy may lay down rules to appeal against legal questions relating to the decisions referred to in paragraph 1. 2 may be brought in for the Natur and the Environment Board as composite after paragraph 5 (2). 1, no. 2, in the case of the Natur and the Environment Board, including rules concerning the upstanding effect of complaint and of appeal.
-$30. The right of appeal for decisions referred to in section 29 (3). First, the Minister for the Environment, and indeed anyone with a legal interest in the decision.
Paragraph 2. Complaguer is also justified
1) public authorities whose interests are affected by the decision ;
2) local and national associations and organisations, which have a significant interest in the development and operation of the National Parties, and
3) national associations and organisations, which, after their purpose, provide significant recreational interests when the decision affects such interests.
Paragraph 3. The Agency and the Environmental Board may require the associations or organisations to document their appeal for the submission of statutes.
§ 31. Crow after section 29, paragraph. 1, must be submitted in writing within 4 weeks of the notice of the public notice. Complaguing a decision as referred to in section 29 (2). 3, shall be submitted no later than four weeks after the decision has been issued. If the time limit expires on a Saturday or a holiday, the deadline shall be extended to the following daily life.
Paragraph 2. Complaints to the Natur and the Environment Board shall be submitted in writing to the authority which has taken the decision. If the authority is to retain the decision, as soon as and as a starting point, no later than three weeks after the expiry of the complaint, the complaint shall be forwarded to the Natur and the Environment Board. The complaint shall be accompanied by the appeal in question, the documents concluded in the judgment of the case, and a statement by the authority with the authority ' s comments on the matter and the appeal points.
Paragraph 3. At the same time, when the authority is forwarded to the Committee on the Environment, Public Health and Safety Board, it shall send a copy of its opinion to the proceedings in the appeal proceedings with a time limit to submit comments to the Natur and the Environment Board of 3 weeks from receipt.
§ 32. A complaint shall not affect the effect unless the Agency and the Environment Board are otherwise in charge of other things.
§ 33. (Aphat)
Remittance and Termination, etc.
§ 34. The National Park Fund may decide that grants for grants are wholly or partly to be disposed of that grants must be reimburse or loans are terminated if the grant conditions or conditions are not complied with.
Paragraph 2. Similarly, where incorrect or misleading information is given, or if the beneficiary has kept information of importance to the Fund ' s decision.
$35. If the amounts referred to in Section 34 are not in a timely manner, mortars may be charged at 1,3%. in monthly interest rate for each starting month from the time of the forgery.
Determination of a National Park Fund
§ 36. If a National Park Fund is being decommissioning, the Fund, buildings and facilities and assets of the Fund shall be transferred to the State, which shall enter into the Fund ' s rights and obligations.
Entry into force and transitional provisions
§ 37. The law shall enter into force on 1. July, 2007.
§ § 38-42 (Excluded)
§ 43. The law does not apply to Greenland and Faroe Islands.
Law No 1336 of 19. December 2008 amending the source of tax law, the levying of the Act, the Povering Act and various other laws (Consequencing as a result of the law on debt recovery of the public) changing section 35 shall contain the following entry into force of the following entry :
Paragraph 1. The law shall enter into force on 1. January, 2009, cf. however, paragraph 1 2. Section 11 shall apply only to decisions on the retention of pay, which shall be taken after the entry into force of the law.
Paragraph 2. (Excluded)
Law No 484 of 11. May 2010 amending law on the protection of nature, the law on the protection of the environment and various other laws, as amended by Article 2 of Act 2, as amended by Section 2. 1608 of 22. December 2010 1) , that changes paragraph 29 (1). Paragraph 1 and 3, section 30, section 31 (1). 2-3 and section 32, and the section 33, contains the following effective implementation :
Paragraph 1. The law shall enter into force on 1. January, 2011, cf. however, paragraph 1 2.
Strike two-four. (Excluded)
Paragraph 5. Vertical cases in the Natural Board that have not been completed in the entry into force of the Act shall be completed in accordance with the Law on the Nature and the Environment Board of the Nature and the Environment Board with the one in section 5 (5). 1, no. 2, in the case of the nature and the composition of the environment and the environment. In cases where the Natural Board of Natural Board has held a visual inspection in a case of peace in accordance with Chapter 6 of the Natural Protection Act, the Nature and the Environment Board shall be combined with the participation of the members of the Member States who took part in the inspection.
Paragraph 6. (Excluded)
Paragraph 7. The Minister for the Environment may also lay down transitional rules.
Law No 1273 of 21. December 2011 amending the law on environmental protection, law on planning and various other laws (Digital advertising, mandatory digital communication, cutting off class access) that changes section 5 (5). Paragraph 1, section 6, paragraph 6. Paragraph 20, paragraph 20. 3 and section 24 (4). 1, contains the following effective provision :
The law shall enter into force on 1. January 2012.
Law No 580 of 18. June 2012 amending the Law on the Nature and the Environment Board and various other laws (Reform of the environmental and environment-environment system, etc.), which shall insert section 31 (1). 2 and 3 contain the following entry into force :
Paragraph 1. The law shall enter into force on 1. August 2012, cf. however, paragraph 1 2.
Paragraph 2. (Excluded)
Paragraph 3. The law shall apply to decisions taken in 1. body after the law enters into force
Paragraph 4. (Excluded)
Fish and Wildlife, the Third. July 2013
/ Oluf Engberg
1) Law No 1608 of 22. In December 2010, it came into force on 1. January, 2011, cf. Section 3 (3) of the law. 1.