Regulation On The Structural Use Of Land

Original Language Title: Verordnung über die bauliche Nutzung der Grundstücke

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Regulation on the building use of the land (Baunutzungsverordnung-BauNVO)

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BauNVO

Date of expend: 26.06.1962

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" Baunutzungsverordnung in der Version of the notice of 23. January 1990 (BGBl. 132), as last amended by Article 2 of the Law of 11. June 2013 (BGBl. I p. 1548) "

:Recaught by Bek. v. 23.1.1990 I 132;
Last modified by Art. 2 G v. 11.6.2013 I 1548

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First section
Type of construction Usage
General rules for Bauflächen and Construction sites§ 1
Small settlement areas § 2
Reine residential areas § 3
General residential areas§ 4
Areas for the preservation and development of residential use (special residential areas) § 4a
Village areas§ 5
Mixed regions§ 6
Core Areas§ 7
 Gewerbegebiete§ 8
Industrial Areas§ 9
 Special Areas that serve recovery§ 10
 Other Special Areas§ 11
Pitches and garages§ 12
Buildings and Spaces for Free Occupations§ 13
Side annexes; installations for the use of solar radiation energy and combined heat and power plants§ 14
General requirements for admissibility of constructional and other assets§ 15
Second section
measure of building usage
Determination of the measure of the constructional use § 16
Upper limits for determining the dimensions of the building Usage§ 17
Height of constructional assets § 18
Base Area Count, Allowed Base Area § 19
storeys, shell number Floor§ 20
Building mass count, building mass § 21
Pitches, garages, and community assets § 21a
Third section
Construction, mountable ground surface
Construction§ 22
Superstructible Land Surface§ 23
Fourth Section
(omitted)§ 24
Fifth Section
Submission and Final Provisions
Continuation of initiated procedure § 25
The transfer rules from the second point of the second Change Regulation§ 25a
Overline rule On the occasion of the third amending Regulation§ 25b
The transfer rule from the fourth amendment decree§ 25c
The law to strengthen the internal development in cities and municipalities and further development of urban development law§ 25d
Berlin clause§ 26
Overline rules from the creation of Germany's device § 26a
Entry into force§ 27

First section
Type of constructional use

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§ 1 General rules for construction sites and construction sites

(1) In the land use plan, the land provided for building construction can be represented by the general type of building use (Bauflächen) as a

1.Living area(W)
2.Mixed Bauflächen(M)
3.Industrial Area(G)
4.Special area (S).
2) The areas provided for building construction can be represented by the special nature of their building use (construction areas) as

1.Kleinsiedl Areas(WS)
2.pure Residential areas(WR)
3.Common residential areas (WA)
4.Special residential areas(WB)
5.Village Areas(MD)
6.Mixed Areas (MI)
7.Core Areas(MK)
8.Gewerbegebiete(GE)
9. Industrial Areas(GI)
10.Special Areas (SO)
3) The construction plan referred to in paragraph 2 may be fixed in the construction plan. The provisions of § § 2 to 14 shall form part of the development plan, unless otherwise specified on the basis of paragraphs 4 to 10 of this Regulation. In the case of setting special areas, the provisions relating to special provisions referred to in paragraphs 4 to 10 shall not apply; specific provisions relating to the type of use may be made in accordance with sections 10 and 11.(4) For the construction sites referred to in § § 4 to 9, it is possible to meet in the development plan for the respective construction site, which are the construction area
1.
based on the type of usage allowed,
2.
according to the type of plants and plants and their special Needs and properties
. The compositions referred to in the first sentence may also be taken in relation to one another for several commercial areas in a municipality, including industrial areas. Paragraph 5 shall remain unaffected.(5) In the development plan, it may be stipulated that certain types of uses, which are generally permissible in accordance with Articles 2 to 9 and 13, are not admissible or can only be admitted by way of exception, provided that the general purpose of the use of the Construction area is maintained.(6) In the development plan, it may be stipulated that all or some of the exceptions provided for in the construction areas in accordance with § § 2 to 9,
1.
not part of the building plan, or
2.
are generally allowed in the construction area, provided that the the general purpose of the construction area is maintained.
(7) In the development plans for construction areas according to § § 4 to 9, if special urban development reasons justify this (Section 9 (3) of the Civil Code), it can be determined that in certain floors, levels, or other parts of construction assets
1.
only single or multiple of the permitted in the construction area generally permissible uses,
2.
individual or more of the uses generally permitted in the construction area are not permitted or as Exceptions may be allowed or
3.
all or individual exceptions provided for in the construction areas in accordance with § § 4 to 9 are not allowed or, if the The general purpose of the construction site is to be maintained, generally permissible.
(8) The provisions of paragraphs 4 to 7 may also be limited to parts of the construction area.(9) Where specific urban development reasons justify this, the development plan may, in application of paragraphs 5 to 8, lay down that only certain types of constructional or other installations which are generally or exceptionally permissible in the construction areas shall be: may or may not be admissible or may be permitted only by way of exception.(10) If a construction area is set in accordance with § § 2 to 9 in the predominantly built-up areas, certain existing building and other installations are inadmissible, it may be stipulated in the development plan that extensions, changes, changes in use and Any renewal of these installations may be permitted or may be permitted in exceptional cases. Detailed rules on admissibility may be laid down in the construction plan. The general purpose of the construction area must be maintained in its other parts. The rates 1 to 3 shall also apply to the modification and addition of land-use plans. Non-official table of contents

§ 2 Small settlement areas

(1) Small settlement areas are mainly used for housing small settlements, including Residential buildings with corresponding farm gardens and agricultural secondary employment services.(2) Permitted are
1.
Small settlements, including residential buildings with corresponding service gardens, agricultural secondary and horticultural holdings,
2.
the shops serving the area, the food and food business, as well as the non-disruptive nature of the Handicraft enterprises.
(3) For example, you can allow
1.
other residential buildings with no more than two apartments,
2.
Facilities for ecclesiastic, cultural, social, health and sports purposes,
3.
Tankstellen,
4.
non-disruptive businesses.
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§ 3 Reine residential areas

(1) Reine residential areas are used for housing.(2) Allowed are
1.
residential buildings,
2.
Child care facilities that meet the needs of the Residents of the area serve.
(3) For example, you can allow
1.
stores and not Disruptive craft businesses used to meet the daily needs of the inhabitants of the area, as well as small establishments in the accommodation sector,
2.
Other facilities for social purposes and for the needs of the inhabitants of the area for ecclesiastic, cultural, health and sports purposes.
(4) The residential buildings permitted pursuant to paragraph 2 and § § 2, 4 to 7 shall also include such buildings, which are used in whole or in part for the care and care of their inhabitants. Non-official table of contents

§ 4 General residential areas

(1) General residential areas are primarily used for housing.(2) Allowed are
1.
residential building,
2.
the stores serving the area, desks and dining economies, as well as non-disruptive craft businesses,
3.
Appendices for ecclesiastical, cultural, social, health and sports purposes.
(3) For example, you may be allowed to use
1.
Accommodation business premises,
2.
other non-disruptive trades,
3.
Administrations,
4.
horticultural holdings,
5.
petrol stations.
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§ 4a Areas for the conservation and development of residential use (special residential areas)

(1) Special residential areas are predominantly built areas that are due to the use of housing and other existing installations referred to in paragraph 2 of this Article shall have a special character and in which, taking into account this type of property, the use of the housing shall be maintained and developed. Special residential areas are mainly used for housing; they are also used for the accommodation of commercial establishments and other installations within the meaning of paragraphs 2 and 3, insofar as these establishments and installations are based on the special nature of the area with the use of housing. shall be compatible.(2) Allowed are
1.
residential building,
2.
stores, establishments in the accommodation industry, storage and dining economies,
3.
other Commercial enterprises,
4.
Business and office buildings,
5.
Ecclesiastic, Cultural, social, health and athletic purposes.
(3) For example, you can accept
1.
Appendices for central administration facilities,
2.
pleasure sites, unless they are For specific residential areas or parts of such areas,
3.
gasoline stations.
(4) if specific urban reasons justify this (Section 9 (3) of the Civil Code), it is stipulated that
1.
above a floor specified in the Bebauplan, only apartments are allowed or
2.
in buildings A part of the permissible floor area or a certain size of the floor area for apartments is to be used in the development plan.
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§ 5 Village areas

(1) Village areas are used for the accommodation of agricultural and forestry holdings, housing and accommodation for commercial enterprises which are not significantly disruptive, as well as the Supply to the inhabitants of the area serving craft enterprises. Priority should be given to the concerns of agricultural and forestry holdings, including their development opportunities.(2) Permitted are
1.
Economic sites of agricultural and forestry holdings and the associated companies Housing and residential buildings,
2.
Small settlements, including residential buildings with appropriate farm gardens and agricultural secondary employment,
3.
other residential buildings,
4.
farms for working and processing and collection of agricultural and forestry Products,
5.
Retail establishments, food and catering businesses, and accommodation establishments,
6.
other commercial enterprises,
7.
Local administrative facilities and ecclesiastical, cultural, social, health and athletic purposes,
8.
Horticultural holdings,
9.
Gas stations.
(3) For example, amusement sites within the meaning of Section 4a (3) No. 2 may be allowed. Non-official table of contents

§ 6 mixed areas

(1) mixed areas are used for the accommodation and accommodation of businesses that do not live in Significantly.(2) Allowed are
1.
residential building,
2.
Business and office buildings,
3.
Retail businesses, storage and dining economies, as well as establishments of the Accommodation industry,
4.
Other commercial enterprises,
5.
Systems for administration and for ecclesiastic, cultural, social, health and sporting purposes,
6.
Horticultural holdings,
7.
Gas stations,
8.
amusement sites within the meaning of § 4a (3) no. 2 in the parts of the area, which
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§ 7 Core Areas

(1) Core areas are primarily used for the accommodation of commercial enterprises and of the central institutions. the economy, the administration and the culture.(2) Allowed are
1.
Business, office, and administration building,
2.
Retail businesses, shanks and dining businesses, accommodation and amusement establishments,
3.
other not significantly disruptive businesses,
4.
Ecclesiastical, Cultural, Social, Health and sports purposes,
5.
Gas stations in connection with multi-storey car parks and large garages,
6.
Apartments for Insurgents and Standby Personnel, as well as for farmers and operations managers,
7.
other dwellings according to the requirements of the building plan.
(3) For example, you can allow for the exception
1.
Gas stations that do not fall under paragraph 2 #5,
2.
Apartments that do not fall under paragraph 2 (6) and (7).
(4) For parts of a core area, if special urban reasons justify this (§ 9 para. 3 of the building code), set out that
1.
above a floor determined in the Bebauplan only Apartments are allowed or
2.
in buildings a part of the permissible floor area or a certain size of the floor area for apartments in the building plan
This shall also apply if, as a result of such apportions, this part of the core area is not primarily used for the accommodation of commercial enterprises and of the central institutions of the economy, administration and culture. Non-official table of contents

§ 8 business parks

(1) Commercial areas are primarily used to accommodate non-significantly harassing Commercial establishments.(2) Permitted are
1.
Commercial enterprises of all types, warehouses, campsites and public spaces. Holdings,
2.
Business, office and administration buildings,
3.
Gas stations,
4.
Sports-purpose facilities.
(3) For example, you can accept
1.
Apartments for supervisory and standby personnel, as well as for farmers and operations managers who provide the Allocated to the commercial enterprise and subordinate to it in the base area and the building mass,
2.
Facilities for ecclesiastic, cultural, social and health care Purpose,
3.
amusement sites.
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§ 9 Industrial

(1) Industrial areas are used exclusively for the accommodation of commercial enterprises, mainly those which are inadmissible in other construction areas.(2) Permitted are
1.
Commercial enterprises of all types, warehouses, campsites and public spaces. Holdings,
2.
petrol stations.
(3) For example, you can accept
1.
Apartments for insurers and rivalries, as well as for farmers and operations managers assigned to the commercial enterprise and opposite it in base area and building mass
2.
Attachments for ecclesiastic, cultural, social, health and sporting purposes.
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§ 10 Special Areas to Recover

(1) Special Areas serving the Recreation are particularly eligible for
Weekend Home Areas,
Holiday Homes,
Campsite areas.(2) For special areas serving the recovery, the purpose and the type of use shall be presented and fixed. The construction plan may lay down that certain installations and installations which correspond to the specific nature of the area and which are capable of supplying the area and for sporting purposes may be generally accepted or may be admitted in exceptional circumstances.(3) Weekend houses are permitted as individual houses in weekend houses. In the construction plan, it can be determined that weekend houses are only allowed as house groups or can exceptionally be allowed as house groups. The permitted base area of the weekend houses shall be fixed in the development plan, limited in accordance with the specific nature of the area, taking into account the landscape.(4) Holiday houses are permitted in holiday areas, which are suitable for the purpose of recreation due to their location, size, equipment, development and supply, and are intended for the most part and in the long term to a changing group of persons. Recovery to serve. In the plan of development, the base area of the holiday homes may be fixed in accordance with the specific characteristics of the area, taking into account the conditions of the countryside.(5) Campsites and campsites are permitted in campsites areas. Non-official table of contents

§ 11 Other special areas

(1) Other special areas are to represent and to determine those areas that are differ substantially in the construction areas in accordance with § § 2 to 10.(2) For other special areas, the purpose and the type of use shall be presented and fixed. Other areas of special interest include tourism, such as tourist resorts and tourist accommodation,
shop areas,
areas for shopping centres and large-scale commercial operations, and
areas for tourism. Trade fairs, exhibitions and congresses,
Higher education areas,
hospital areas,
port areas,
areas for installations that serve the exploration, development or use of renewable energy, such as wind and solar energy.
(3)
1.
shopping malls,
2.
large-scale retail businesses based on the type, location, or scope of the To achieve the objectives of spatial planning and regional planning or to develop and order urban development and order not only insignificantly,
3.
other large-scale commercial establishments comparable to the retail establishments referred to in point 2 with a view to sale to the final consumer and to the effects of the effects of the retail establishments referred to in paragraph 2
only fixed in the case of the Special areas allowed. Effects within the meaning of sentence 1, no. 2 and 3, are, in particular, harmful environmental effects within the meaning of § 3 of the Federal Immission Control Act, as well as effects on the infrastructure equipment, on the transport, on the supply of the Population in the catchment area of the enterprises designated in the first sentence, on the development of central areas of supply in the municipality or in other municipalities, on the image of the locality and landscape and on the natural budget. The effects referred to in the second sentence of the second sentence shall normally be assumed in the case of holdings as set out in the first sentence of 1 Nos. 2 and 3, if the floor area exceeds 1,200 square metres. The rule set out in sentence 3 shall not apply where there is evidence that effects are already present in less than 1,200 square metres of floor space or where there is no floor space of more than 1,200 square metres, with reference to the case referred to in the second sentence of the second sentence of the second sentence of the second sentence of the second sentence of the second sentence. The impact, in particular, of the structure and size of the municipality and its districts, the safeguarding of the supply of consumer-related services to the population and the supply of goods on the holding. Non-official table of contents

§ 12 Pitches and garages

(1) Pitches and garages are permitted in all construction areas, as far as the paragraphs 2 to 6 does not yield anything else.(2) In small-scale residential areas, residential areas and general residential areas, as well as special areas intended for recovery, pitches and garages are only permitted for the needs caused by the authorised use.(3) Inadmissible are
1.
Pitches and garages for lorries and buses and trailers of these motor vehicles in clean residential areas,
2.
Pitches and garages for motor vehicles with an own weight of more than 3.5 tonnes and for trailers of these motor vehicles in small settlement areas and general residential areas.
(4) In the development plan, if there are special urban reasons justifying this (Section 9 (3) of the Civil Code), it is possible to establish only pitches in certain floors, or Garages and associated subsidiary facilities (garage floors) are permitted. A fixing in accordance with the first sentence can also be made for projectiles below the ground surface. In the case of compositions according to sentences 1 and 2, parking spaces and garages on the property are only permitted in the fixed floors, unless the building plan determines otherwise.(5) In the development plan, if special urban planning reasons justify this (Section 9 (3) of the Civil Code), it is possible to stipulate that only parking spaces and garages are permitted in parts of bullets. The second and third sentences of paragraph 4 shall apply accordingly.(6) The development plan may stipulate that parking spaces and garages are not permitted in construction areas or in certain parts of construction sites, or are only permitted to a limited extent, in so far as national law does not preclude the provision of such sites.(7) The national provisions concerning the separation of the obligation to manufacture pitches and garages, as well as the obligation to manufacture pitches and garages outside the areas laid down in the development plan, shall remain with the This shall be without prejudice to the provisions of paragraphs 4 to 6. Non-official table of contents

§ 13 Buildings and spaces for liberal professions

For the professional practice of freelancers and such trader, the exercise their profession in a similar manner, buildings are also permitted in the construction areas in accordance with § § 2 to 4 spaces, in the construction areas in accordance with § § 4a to 9. Non-official table of contents

§ 14 By-plants; installations for the use of solar radiation energy and combined heat and power plants

(1) Except in the § § § § § § § § § § § § § § § § § § § § 2 to 13 of these installations are also permitted by sub-installations and facilities which serve the purpose of use of the land or the site itself located in the construction area, and which do not contradict its own nature. To the extent that facilities and installations for animal husbandry, including small-scale livestock breeding, are not already permitted in the construction areas referred to in this Regulation, the subsidiary facilities and facilities referred to in the first sentence of this Regulation shall be included in the also those for small animal husbandry. In the construction plan, the admissibility of the auxiliary facilities and facilities can be restricted or excluded.(2) The supply of electricity, gas, heat and water to the construction areas, as well as secondary installations serving for the discharge of waste water, may be admitted as an exception in the construction areas, even if no special areas are available for them in the construction plan. shall be fixed. This shall also apply to auxiliary telecommunications equipment and to renewable energy installations, to the extent that the first sentence of paragraph 1 of this Article is not applicable.(3) Where structurally subordinate plants for the use of solar radiation energy in, on or on roof and outer wall surfaces or combined heat and power plants within buildings are not already permitted under § § 2 to 13, they shall be deemed to be Installations within the meaning of the first sentence of paragraph 1, if the energy produced is fed wholly or predominantly into the public network. Unofficial table of contents

§ 15 General requirements for the admissibility of constructional and other assets

(1) The following in § § 2 to 14 shall be inadmissible on a case-by-case basis if they are contrary to the number, location, scope or purpose of the property of the construction site. They shall also be inadmissible if they may be subject to harassment or disturbances which, according to the nature of the site, are unreasonable in the construction area itself or in the vicinity thereof, or if they are exposed to such harassment or disturbance.(2) The application of paragraph 1 shall be carried out in accordance with the urban planning objectives and principles of Section 1 (5) of the Construction Code.(3) The admissibility of the installations in the construction areas is not to be assessed solely in accordance with the procedural regulations of the Federal Immission Control Act and the regulations issued on its basis.

Second Section
Dimension of Building Usage

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§ 16 Determination In the course of the use of the land use

(1) The general measure of the structural use is shown in the land use plan, and it is sufficient to specify the number of floors, the number of buildings, or the height of the building's facilities.(2) In the development plan, the measure of the building use can be determined by setting
1.
the number of bases or the size of the land of the buildings,
2.
the number of floors, the size of the floor, the number of buildings, or the size of the surface, or the size of the surface, the size of the floor, or the size of the floor area. Building mass,
3.
the number of full storeys,
4.
the height of construction assets.
(3) Determination of the scale of the building's use in the building plan is to be determined
1.
always the The number of bases or the size of the base areas of the buildings,
2.
the number of full storeys or the height of the construction equipment, if not fixed Public concerns, in particular the image of the locals and the landscape.
(4) When the maximum size of the floor area is fixed or the size of the floor area, the number of full floors and the height of the building is more than Installations in the development plan may at the same time be set at a minimum. The number of full floors and the level of construction equipment can also be fixed as compulsory.(5) In the development plan, the measure of the structural use for parts of the construction area, for individual land or parts of the land and for parts of structural installations may be fixed at different levels; the compositions may be used above and below the Terrain surface is hit.(6) In the development plan, certain exceptions may be provided for the type and scope of the measure to be used in the construction sector. Non-official table of contents

§ 17 Upper limits for the determination of the measure of construction use

(1) In determining the measure of the building use in accordance with § 16, even if a floor area number or a number of buildings is not shown or fixed, the following upper limits shall not be exceeded:

1 2 3 4
Baugebiet ground area number
(GRZ)
Skid Number
(GFZ)
Building mass number
(BMZ)
in Kleinsiedlungsterritories (WS) 0, 2 0, 4-
in Pure residential areas (WR)
allgem. Residential areas (WA)
Holiday home areas
0, 4 1, 2-
in Special residential areas (WB) 0, 6 1, 6-
in Village Areas (MD)
Mixed Areas (MI)
0, 6 1, 2-
in Core areas (MK) 1, 0 3, 0-
in Industrial areas (GE)
Industrial Areas (GI)
Other Special Areas
0, 8 2, 4 10, 0
inWeekend Areas 0, 20.2-
(2) The upper limits of paragraph 1 may be due to urban planning reasons if the excess is offset by circumstances or is compensated by measures which ensure that the general requirements for healthy living and working conditions are not affected and adverse effects on the environment are avoided. This does not apply to weekend home areas and holiday homes.(3) (omitted) A non-official table of contents

§ 18 Height of construction assets

(1) When the amount of construction equipment is fixed, the necessary Reference points to be determined.(2) If the level of construction equipment is as compulsory (§ 16 para. 4 sentence 2), minor deviations may be permitted. Non-official table of contents

§ 19 Base Area Number, Allowable Base Area

(1) The base area number indicates the amount of square meters of the base area per square meter. Square metres of land within the meaning of paragraph 3 are permitted.(2) The permissible base area shall be the part of the building land calculated in accordance with paragraph 1, which may be covered by construction installations.(3) For the purpose of determining the permissible base area, the site of the building land shall be determined by the site of the construction land and the road boundary line fixed in the construction plan. Where a road limitation line is not fixed, the area of the building land which is situated behind the actual road limit or which is fixed in the development plan as the authoritative for the determination of the permissible base area shall be the determining factor.(4) In the determination of the base area, the base areas of
1.
Garages and pitches with their Voyages,
2.
By-facilities within the meaning of § 14,
3.
constructional installations below the Site surface, by which the building plot is only underbuilt,
to be counted. The base area of the equipment referred to in the first sentence of the first sentence may be up to 50 per cent, but not more than a base area of 0.8; further exceedances to a minor extent may be authorised . In the construction plan, provisions differing from the second sentence may be taken. In so far as the development plan does not specify otherwise, in individual cases compliance with the limits resulting from the sentence 2 can be waiver
1.
in case of overshoots with minor effects on the natural features of the soil or
2.
if the observance of the limits would lead to a significant increase in the use of the property.
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§ 20 full floors, floor space number, floor area

(1) As full floors, floors that are full floors according to national regulations are valid or are valid on their number will be counted.(2) The number of floors shall indicate the number of square metres of floor space per square metre of the land area within the meaning of section 19 (3).(3) The floor area shall be determined in all the full floors after the exterior dimensions of the buildings. In the plan of construction, it may be stipulated that the areas of residence in other floors, including the staircases belonging to them, and including their peripheral walls, shall be wholly or partly included or not, exceptionally, are to be expected.(4) In the determination of the floor area, side-systems in the sense of § 14, balconies, loggias, terraces as well as constructional facilities remain, insofar as they are permissible under national law in the distance areas (lateral interspacing and other distance areas) or be allowed to be approved. Non-official table of contents

§ 21 Construction mass number, building mass

(1) The number of construction masses indicates how much cubic meters of building mass per square meter of land area are permitted within the meaning of section 19 (3).(2) The building mass shall be determined by the exterior dimensions of the buildings from the floor of the lowest floor to the ceiling of the uppermost full-floor. The building masses of lounges in other floors, including the staircase rooms belonging to them, and including their enclosure walls and ceilings, shall be included. In the case of construction installations where a calculation of the building mass in accordance with the first sentence is not possible, the actual building mass shall be determined.(3) Construction plants and parts of buildings within the meaning of section 20 (4) shall remain unaccounted for in the determination of the building mass.(4) Where the building plan does not establish the level of construction or the number of buildings, buildings with a height of more than 3,50 metres shall not be allowed to have a mass number equal to three-and-a-half times the permissible size of the shell. shall be exceeded. Non-official table of contents

§ 21a Pitches, garages and community facilities

(1) Garage floors or their building mass are used in otherwise different ways. Buildings shall not be counted on the number of authorised storeys or on the permissible construction mass, if the development plan is to fix this or to provide for an exception.(2) The land area within the meaning of section 19 (3) shall be added to the shares of Community installations fixed outside the building land within the meaning of section 9 (1) (22) of the building code, if the development plan is to fix this or to be Exception provided.(3) Insofar as § 19 (4) does not preclude, the permissible floor area shall be exceeded by means of covered parking spaces and garages up to 0.1 of the area of the building site; a further exceeding may be permitted by way of exception are
1.
in core areas, industrial areas, and industrial areas,
2.
in other construction areas, to the extent that such assets are fixed in accordance with Section 9, Section 1, No. 4 of the Building Code.
(4) In determining the floor area or the Building mass does not take into account the areas or building masses of
1.
Garageshot, which is referred to in paragraph 1 not be counted,
2.
spaces and garages whose base areas are subject to the conditions laid down in paragraph 3
3.
Pitches and garages in full shot if the building plan sets this out or provides for an exception.
(5) The allowable floor area or the permissible construction mass is to be increased by the surfaces or building masses of necessary garages produced under the surface of the terrain, to the extent that the construction plan sets this out or provides for the exception. name="BJNR004290962BJNG000301307 " />

Third Section
Construction, Manageable Ground Surface

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§ 22 Construction

(1) In the development plan, the construction can be set as an open or closed construction.(2) In the open method of construction, the buildings are constructed with a lateral boundary distance as individual houses, double houses or house groups. The length of the house forms referred to in the first sentence shall not exceed 50 m. In the construction plan, areas can be set on which only single houses, only double houses, only house groups or only two of these house forms are allowed.(3) In the closed construction, the buildings shall be erected without any lateral boundary spacing, unless the existing building requires a deviation.(4) A method of construction differing from paragraph 1 may be established in the development plan. It is also possible to establish the extent to which the front, rear and lateral parts of the land may or must be built up. Non-official table of contents

§ 23 Overbuilding land area

(1) The overbuilding land areas can be determined by setting construction lines, Construction limits or building depths are determined. Section 16 (5) shall apply accordingly.(2) If a construction line is fixed, it must be built on this line. It is possible to allow the resignation or resignation of parts of buildings to a small extent. In the construction plan, there may be additional exceptions to the type and scope of the plan.(3) Where a building limit is fixed, buildings and parts of buildings may not exceed them. The presence of parts of buildings to a minor extent can be permitted. The third sentence of paragraph 2 shall apply accordingly.(4) If a depth of building is fixed, paragraph 3 shall apply accordingly. The depth of the building shall be determined from the actual road limit, unless otherwise specified in the BebauPlan.(5) If nothing else is fixed in the development plan, ancemials within the meaning of § 14 may be permitted on the non-superstructible land areas. The same applies to constructional installations, insofar as they are permitted or can be permitted under national law in the distance areas.

Fourth section

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§ 24

(omitted)

Fifth section
Overline and Final rules

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§ 25 Continuation of initiated proceedings *)

For the building control plans, the installation of which or modification has already been initiated, the existing provisions corresponding to this Regulation shall continue to be applied if the plans are already laid down at the date of entry into force of this Regulation. Non-official table of contents

§ 25a Provisions of transfer from the adoption of the second amending regulation

(1) For the building control plans, their installation or This Regulation shall apply in its pending entry into force until the entry into force of the Second Regulation amending this Regulation of 15 June 2008. September 1977 (BGBl. I p. 1757), if the plans are in effect at the date of the entry into force of the second amending regulation pursuant to Section 2a (6) of the Federal Building Act or § 2 para. 6 of the Federal Building Act (Bundesbaugesetz) in the up to 1. The text is designed to be in force in January 1977.(2) From the application of the provisions of the second amending Regulation to separate fixtures for floors and plains lying on top of each other and to other parts of construction plants, such development plans shall be excluded, to the provisions of Section 9 (3) of the Federal Building Act in the beginning of 1. Article 3 (3) of the Act amending the Federal Construction Act of 18 January 1977 applicable in accordance with Article 3 (1) (3) of the Act of 18 May 1977. August 1976 (BGBl. 2221) is not applicable. The provisions of this Regulation shall apply to these development plans by way of separate provisions for superposed projectiles and plains and other parts of construction installations in the period up to the date of entry into force of the second amending Regulation. Continue to apply. A non-official table of contents

§ 25b Transfer rule from the date of the third amending regulation

(1) If the draft plan is to be submitted before the The entry into force of the third amending regulation in accordance with Section 2a (6) of the Federal Building Act has been interpreted publicly, and is to be applied to § 11 (3) sentence 3 in the version valid until the entry into force of the third amending regulation. The right of the municipality to reopen the procedure for drawing up the development plan remains unaffected.(2) BebauPlans, § 11 (3), as amended by the Notice of 15. Article 11 (3) sentence 4 shall apply mutatily to the application of the provisions of Article 11 (3) Non-tampering table of contents

§ 25c Override rule from the fourth amendment regulation

is the draft blueprint before the 27. This Regulation has been publicly interpreted in accordance with Article 3 (2) of the Civil Code, and this Regulation shall be published in accordance with Article 3 (2) of the Civil Code. The Commission shall apply in force in January 1990. The right of the municipality to reopen the procedure for drawing up the building plan remains unaffected. A non-official table of contents

§ 25d The transfer rule on the occasion of the law to strengthen the interior development in the cities and municipalities and further Further development of urban development law

Is the draft blueprint before the 20th anniversary of the project. In accordance with Article 3 (2) of the Civil Code, this Regulation shall be open to the public in the period up to and including 20 September 2013. The amended version will be applied in September 2013. The right of the municipality to reopen the procedure for drawing up the building plan remains unaffected. Non-official table of contents

§ 26 Berlin clause

This regulation applies in accordance with Section 14 of the Third Transfer Act in conjunction with Section 247 of the German Code of Contents Baugesetzbuch also in the state of Berlin. Non-official table of contents

§ 26a Transfer Regulations for the Production of the Unity of Germany

To the extent that this Regulation is applicable to: Any provisions which do not apply in the area referred to in Article 3 of the Agreement are to be applied to the relevant provisions of the German Democratic Republic. If such rules do not exist or if their application would be contrary to the meaning of the referral, the rules referred to shall apply accordingly. Non-official table of contents

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