Land Use And Urban Planning Reform - Sustainable Development

Original Language Title: Land use and urban planning reform - Sustainable development

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CHAPTER I ChWROTAXIKOS and URBAN PLANNING PART A1 BASIC CONCEPTS and STRUCTURE SYSTEM DESIGN ChWRIKOY Article 1 basic concepts For the application of law µ µ th this, terms used-used provisions of µ have the following a GR-provision is made: a) µ a spatial planning System µ: all of rotaxikwn and Valencia smar-legal frameworks and µ projects described in articles 5 , 6, 7, 8 and 10 of this Act, as those µ structured systematic and µ o-µ rarchoyntai at levels based on the geographic scale µ Ma referred to, the mission and content-µ Hainaut.
b) Strategic spatial planning: µ µ µ number design which are the basis of µ data analysis µ f-managing and the forecast of future developments, the µ µ µ medium-or long-term µ µ and the objectives of national and organization of space, as well as guidelines for the formulation of µ residential area-areas, areas to engage in production and business-RI µ criminal activities and protect working areas on a national or regional scale µ. Strategic spatial planning may include number µ µ and includes special-high rate µ µ d settings means µ µ application applied to spatial organization and development, as well as the protection of the above areas.
c) Regulate µ-induced spatial design: µ µ µ number design (e) laying down the rules for the use, construction-µ and the overall EC soil exploitation in µ e-within or outside the zoning districts.
d) µ receptors upstream activities Organised: the perio-ties being developed based on a single design agency pre-wedding Kei µ µ to work in primary or exclusive as organised spaces development productive contributors µ and µ criminal business activities. As Mong µ receptors activities organised means in particular the Areas of integrated tourism development including µ (POTA) laid down in article 29 of law 2548/1997, the Regions Organised including a µ-naptyxis production activities (POAPD) article 24 of law 1650/1986, the Business truly µ parks n. 4147/2011, µ µ rail centres of n. 3333/2005, special Spatial Development Plans Public-Public Property µ (ESCHADA) article 12 of law No. 3986/2011 and the specific spatial development Plans for strategic investments (ESChASE) Article 24 of law 3893/2010.

Article 2 Structure system of spatial planning system µ µ procedure 1. Spatial design number µ managed at national, regional and local level regional and distinguished, where µ µ content of Hainaut, at the strategic or regulate master µ.

2. In the category of strategic spatial plans-in µ for a falling National planning frameworks laid down in article 5 and the Regional planning frameworks laid down in article 6.

3. In the category of master µ spatial plans-in µ for a falling Local Spatial Plans of article 7, Especially the territorial Designs of article 8 and the Tas µ µ deprogramming legally Implementa article 10 µ.

VOULI TON ELLINON EXTRACT Cfi. From the official minutes of a µ V, 25 June 2014, no. Meeting of t µ or µ interruption of system Diekp. the House, which passed the following draft laws µ th: Spatial and town planning legal µ µ µ-setting reform Sustainable Development µ Article 3 National Spatial Strategy 1. On sustainable development and µ the national space organization, Government by drawing up a National Spatial Strategy µ. The strategy is estimated authorities and collaborates in µ µ include the fundamentals, the µ esoprothe µ s-t and µ µ s long-term spatial development fund targets at the level of General Government and µ f-Rous, actors and a µ µ proposed measures and actions for the implementation of the objective sought Development Fund µ.

2. The National Spatial Strategy drawn up under the responsibility and supervision of the Ministry of Environment, energy and Environment-Climate Change, DTI µ is submitted to the Council of Ministers for approval Board µ µ µ opinion after the National Council Council planning and µ is announced in the House in the text provisions µ.

3. For the drafting of the National Spatial Strategy in East la consideration µ the national development strategy of nursing in the country for each µ µ dramatic period programmes, the e-current medium range µ kastote the Framework financial µ I µ-TEM strategy and the national programme for µ µ µ works published in e-pendysewn, the international, European and national Poli-nities for environmental protection, as well as other la General or specific programmes for µ µ ATA national or diaperiferei-border scale scale affecting important µ µ contribution structure and development the national area.

4. The main axes and objectives of National Chwrotaxi-tional Policy taking account of µ when drawing up National and Regional Spatial Frameworks.

Article 4 National Board Planning Board 1 µ. Recommended to the Ministry of environment, Networ-let and Climatic Change vocational µ (MINISTRY), National Board of µ has regional planning which consists of twenty-one (21) µ f-Lee and comprises: (a)) The General Secretary µ µ Line planning and Civil Ip-riballontos of the Ministry of environment, energy and Climate Change as President, Estonian µ.
(b)) By one representative from: the Union Regions of Greece (ENPE), the Central Union of Municipalities µ s Greece (KEDE), the Technical Chamber of Greece µ Epi (TEE), the Gis-wtechniko Epi µ Commerce of Greece (GEWTEE), the Economic-financial µ µ Commerce Greek Epi (AIF), the Hotel e-commerce Greek µ PI (XEE), the Link µ the Greek tourism enterprises (SETE), the Central Union organisations and Chambers µ Greek Epi (KEEE), the Link µ the undertakings and µ Bio industries (SEV) , the General workers ' Federation of Greece µ Confederation (gsee), the General Confederation µ e-Federation paggel µ µ e Craftsman resources professionals Greece (GSEVEE), the Panhellenic Confederation of unions of Agricultural Cooperatives Federation µ µ s (PASEGES), the Panhellenic Union of architects µ u.s. Diplomatic higher schools

(Sadas-pea), the Association of Greek Engineers Poleo-µ structures, planning and regional development (SEMPChPA), the Link the Greek µ Perifereiologwn (SEP) and the Association of Greek µ s an urban planner and spatio-regular (SEPOCh).
(c)) From a representative of two non-governmental Peri-ballontikwn organisations (NGOs), which are selected by the Minister of environment, Energy and Climatic Change µ µ d-tary basis the criterion of world-ness.
d) Two µ States teaching and research staff (ISAS) higher educational institutions, issues µ (Universities) who have been elected in the subject of chwrota µ-xias-Valencia-µ. The members of this µ there-by the Minister of environment, Energy and Climatic Change vocational µ.

2. representatives of bodies of cases (b) and (c) of the previous paragraph defined quo µ µ e their alternates of their administrations, within period µ µ a a (1) µ month after sending the respective invitation from the Minister of environment, Networ-let and Climatic Change vocational µ. After the above time-limit the µ µ has constituted and func-40 µ and even if not designated one or more e-most representatives of entities of the above omission-ings. In any case, for legitimate µ I µ µ Council Assembly Board is required to have designated at least 50% of members of µ.

3. Also recommends that the Executive Board, which a-is coordinating and executive body of the National Council of architectural µ-Board and is composed of the President of the Council, representatives µ of tee, KEDE and ENPE and one of the FACULTY members of µ case IV of paragraph 1.

4. the Council and the µ Executive Committee hosting-reform µ e decision of the Minister of the environment, and e-action Climate Change vocational µ. That decision is defined as Deputy President of the National Council Council person recognised µ µ µ validity relevance of scientific view on issues µ µ ATA Nos responsibility of the µ.

5. By a decision of the Minister of Environment, energy and Climatic µ competiti vocational Change approved the regulation of the operation number µ µ Council and Executive Commission services, as well as any other relevant detailed pictures µ for their operation. The µ µ ateiaki lines and technical SUP-rixi provided by the Ministry of environment, energy and Climatic Change vocational µ. The µ and the Executive Committee shall meet at least twice a year or in exceptional circumstances at the discretion of Dur-droy.

6. The term of Office of the members of the µ µ Board and Performed-Review Committee shall be three years. With Ypoyr-goy decision environment, energy and Climatic Change vocational µ µ may extended the term of Office of the members of the µ µ g-Council and Executive Committee for µ a one (1) additional year.

7. The Council is µ organ social dialo-Wu and consultation on important issues µ µ Asian special schemes relating to the exercise of national spatial policies and policy-sustainable development µ. In particular, provide an opinion on µ the National Spatial Strategy-KIS. The Minister of environment, energy and Climate-Change TEM HTI µ µ may request from the Board the opinion µ µ or proposals and on other fundamental issues µ µ o-Nos are Ministry.

8. The Executive Committee is also responsible for diaty µ-µ th opinion wording during the drafting process of National-mentary Spatial Frameworks. Can provide an opinion the µ during the process of training for Regional and spatial planning-rotaxikwn boxes, µ µ a question after the Minister of environment, energy and Climatic Change vocational µ.

9. The opinions, comments and suggestions of the µ-2 Board and Executive Committee are submitted to the Minister of environment, energy and Climatic µ s-tary Change.

10. For the fulfilment of their responsibilities µ, µ and the Executive Committee may damage µ-toyn data and information from all of the CK µ s bodies and agencies, who are required to the PA-rechoyn in time. The President of the Council µ µ may invite representatives of the above bodies and agencies-resiwn to develop their views orally at meetings of the Council and µ Performed-Review Committee.

PART A2 STRATEGIC ChWRIKOS DESIGN Article 5 National planning frameworks (E.Ch.P.) 1. National planning frameworks are sets of texts or µ µ µ d and, µ e provided avenues of strategic spatial plans-in µ at national level: a) The spatial organization of the principal national poles and axes of development, as well as of international and diaperi-fereiakwn-entry gates and connections in the country.
b) spatial structure and structure of alarming or µ-th country.
(c)) the spatial structure of the sectors or subsectors µ paragwgi-ment activities and the development areas of national importance µ µ.
d) spatial structure of technical networks and services, social and administrative infrastructure of national interest allocation, µ and spatial distribution µ or µ s sub structure knowledge and innovation µ.
e) spatial development and organize e-regions of space that have importance µ Asia from chwrota-xiki, environmental, developmental or social perspective, such as in particular the coastal, marine and island regions, mountain and border zones µ problems.
f) promoting projects, programmes or issues µ µ spatial development projects major importance µ µ.
g) E.Ch.P. accompanied by µ µ a programme of actions and priorities, in which specialised requirements of µ µ applied for their actions, the µ µ a timetable for their implementation, as well as the fo-stakeholders implement their application µ.

2. a) National planning frameworks are developed by the Ministry of environment, energy and Climatic µ vocational

Change in collaboration with the µ in case Nos µ ministries and other competent bodies µ µ Nos. For this purpose, µ e joint decisions of the Minister of environment and Energy, environment and Climate Change and vocational µ in case Nos epite responsible Minister recommended µ-likes monitoring committees of drawn frames including µ, in which µ involved repre-swpoi of the Ministry of environment, energy and Climatic Change and vocational µ in case Nos competent Ministries µ.
b) during their preparation, taking into account the µ s-xones and the objectives of the National Spatial Strategy-KIS, the current Framework Law the µ µ o-µ siono legal strategy, the national action µ µ µ of public investments, national development strategy of Soil-RAS and other General or specific development programmes for µ µ ATA national or interregional scale µ scale affecting the structure and development of the national area especially in the µ area, field or region type that constitutes the subject-matter µ µ adjustment compensation of each frame.

3. a) National planning frameworks are subject to cross-process Strategic Environmental Assessment during the assessment text µ µ provisions. The relevant Strategic environmental impact studies (NOEC) approved µ µ together with national planning frameworks µ e joint decisions of the Minister of environment, energy and Climatic Change and vocational µ in case Nos competent Ministers µ which published published in Journal µ µ Journal of Kyberni-suction. E.Ch.P. consultation procedures and relevant NOEC is common.
(b)), the Executive Committee referred to in article 4 shall deliver an opinion on the contents of the µ µ µ already of National Planning Frameworks involved within a time-limit of a µ (1) µ-States from making such a recommendation. If PA-relthei submissions have been received by the above deadline µ, µ not hindered the progress of the process.

4. a) The Ministry of the environment, energy and Climate-Change µ µ DTI is responsible for monitoring and evaluating the implementation of National Chwrotaxi µ-ing Frameworks. To this end, draw up at least ntaetia per IP-evaluation reports, referred to the way application µ and the possible pre-ATA µ problems encountered when applying µ.
The same reports indicated actions and action-ments in case necessary for the effective application of µ µ s systematic application of frameworks, as well as identify blood-µ responsible actions which do not harmonise µ µ e consistent directions.
b) evaluation reports may compile and in case Nos µ ministries, which common materialize in the Ministry of environment, energy and Climate Change with a view to presenting µ µ µ to La to be found under-IDE in the preparation of evaluation reports Nos-µ of functions.
c) The findings of the aforementioned µ reports we disclose-ing in substantive CCW µ ministries and other CCW µ µ-vant bodies and services, in order to take µ µ-be taken into account in the exercise of their responsibilities related to µ in application of E.Ch.P. µ.

5. a) National planning frameworks revised a-being five years, where µ µ documented a documented need for that purpose by the evaluation reports. During the first-period µ a stereo this is exceptionally able way-their poetry, µ aimed at improving and updating them with a µ: AA) To address issues µ µ anti ATA posed a-INCE promote or implement µ µ µ programmes encourage international issues, European, cross-border, transnational or diaperife-reiakoy character.
BB) To establish national guidelines for the α-di µ addressing extraordinary needs from natural or techno-logical disasters and risks.
SG) To address exceptional µ and anti unforeseen needs and new data µ a, for projects of national importance Asian µ or projects and actions of national or European issues µ µ programmes, which are not included in the original design comprised µ µ.
PhD) To adapt measures in µ relevant observations and recommendations of the evaluation report.

3 OJ) To incorporate proposals endorsed µ guidelines and regional Spatial plans within Frameworks of feedback.
(b)) For the review and amendment of National Spatial Frameworks shall follow the procedure laid down in paragraph 3.

6. By a joint decision of the Minister of environment, energy and Climatic Change and vocational µ when on-fall Assembly competent Minister µ, µ can occur e-ntopis µ µ and the substantial changes in on-KRI µ a National planning frameworks, such as µ µ line border formalities, error corrections, clarifications formalities µ, µ legal practitioner there µ µ µ d transfer.
The above amendments are submitted to a strategic environmental assessment (sea) process µ, µ only if evaluated, as designated in a joint decision µ 107017/2006 of Economic Ministers and Financial µ I µ-ment, environment, planning and Public works projects µ and the Secretary of the Interior, public administration and decentralization µ, as applicable, that may have important implications in µ environment.

7. (a)) Where the provisions of the applicable legislation stated no.1 µ ' Special Framework for spatial plans-in µ and sustainable development ' are hereinafter referred to as the e-thnika planning frameworks of this article.
(b)) the revision and amendment of approved data when µ µ µ law publication th this Special Ministry Boxes-rotaxikoy µ Design procedure is done in accordance with the provisions of the PA-up article.

Article 6 Regional planning frameworks (P.Ch.P.) 1) Regional planning frameworks are sets of texts or µ µ µ d and, µ e which dispensed by the directions of strategic spatial planning at regional level µ for:

AA) highlighting and exploiting the special features of each per-ment DIS-togenoys Region, secondary and tertiary the µ area, such as agriculture, tourism, mineral µ sailing-, BB) the spatial structure of basic productive sectors and µ disciplines, especially those that affect major a-µ fysiognw µ due to the region's economy, SG) spatial structure of regional transport networks µ and other technical infrastructure for regional price µ reiakoy interest , PhD) the spatial organization of the regional housing network, OJ) the residential development and inner-organw and reconstruction of urban space, FF) the appointment, promotion and protection of the natural demographic and cultural heritage preservation, µ and oikisti-ing and architectural environment, each regions the co-financing rate, ZZ) determining what interventions µ µ active bases and issues µ µ-spatial and urban character as I-in particular the Areas of specific Spatial Interventions µ bases and Integrated plans for urban Intervention data µ µ.
b) Regional planning frameworks developed for all regions of the country except the region of Attica.
c) in the regional planning frameworks including µ ¢-formulated and approved providers organised µ µ receptors act upstream-stiriotitwn, as well as the approved projects public µ µ-Sion or private investment large scale µ µ µ in imitation of scale-to µ e the provisions governing them.
d) Regional planning frameworks including µ ¢-mind in a special annex µ a, accompanied by text µ e-to µ µ ATA and schemes an appropriate scale µ, µ per directions on where the relating in particular to the following: AA) spatial and developmental fysiognw µ a, BB) the structure of the network and the Hou-CAL growth, SG) protection and enhancement of the natural, culture-arts and architectural environment , PhD) basic infrastructure networks µ, OJ) the spatial organization of productive research-innovation or other uses in the urban µ, in particular space.
e) when drawing up the annex annex opinion µ-per municipality µ, within the administrative boundaries of the given directions for the spatial organization of General Ms-tigoriwn purposes of subparagraphs 1.1 to 1.16 of Fri. 1 of article 14 of this law µ. Flat attaches-may not be waived in µ spatial organization µ one or more of the previous proposed subparagraph µ uses e-administrative boundaries within municipalities µ th where: AA) the women's Lobby-go use contrary to directions National Chwrotaxi-snap frame or prohibited by specific provisions, BB) emerges from the relevant study that no µ available µ s areas within the municipality who is µ possi-by the spatial organization.
f) Regional planning frameworks synodeyo-ing from µ µ a Programme of actions and Priorities, which are specialized expected µ required to implement-their actions µ, µ, µ µ µ measures and programmes a-, as well as the actors and the timetable for µ µ µ o-application of their choice. In µ µ µ actions may include µ-taken and directions, notes or markings µ feedback towards the estimated spatial planning material µ µ what national e-pipedoy.

2. a) Regional planning frameworks must harmonise µ bring to directions of National Spatial frameworks, which can be materials and µ-keyoyn or µ to pay where there is express provision to that effect by their respective National planning frameworks. During their training takes into account the µ shafts and the objectives of the National Spatial strategies resources strategy, the regional programme µ µ µ of public investment-ings, µ µ regional development schemes, Ms.-bid and other General or specific development programmes for µ µ, policies and strategies affecting diarthrw-and development of the region.
b) in exceptional cases arising asa-feies or µ µ nature restricted directions between Frame-regional and civil National Design µ or µ between Frames of the National Design competition issued µ a decision of the Minister of Environment, energy and Climatic µ competiti vocational Change as to the applicable Ms.-direction, after a reasoned recommendation of a µ-competent service and µ µ µ the assent of KESYPOThA.
In this case the Council KESYPOThA µ µ µ participates as Member Head the Planning Directorate µ. By a decision of the Minister of environment, energy and Climate Change that DTI µ µ µ Newspaper is published in the Journal officiel µ can be decided each detailed µ f-detail for the implementation of this provision.

4 3. In µ µ d programme of development in each region IP-RILA µ priority projects are being taken and the action-ments promoting application of µ Regional Spatial Frameworks in accordance and µ µ e µ µ a programme of actions and priorities of the past.

4. a) Regional planning frameworks already under-sourced from the Ministry of environment, energy and Climatic Change vocational µ µ µ after relevant information to the region.
b) prior to the adoption of regional Chwrota-xikwn Frameworks requires the prior informed opinion µ µ of the keioy Regional Council-Council µ, provided f µ-SA µ a timeframe of two (2) µ months from receipt of the relevant tax-tional µ study. After the above time limits not-in µ-limit the process continues without the relevant opinion µ. Especially for the spatial structure of production in areas or sectors and µ regional networks and µ infections-technical infrastructure µ price broadcasting require additional consultation of case by case µ Áñ competent Ministries µ, which PA-rechetai µ-limit within one (1) month µ from taking the relevant study µ. After the accord-ro period µ-limit the process continues without the relevant tax-favourable opinion the µ. c) the Executive Committee shall deliver its opinion, in µ µ imitation-


to µ paragraph 8 of article 4, the µ e-# of Regional Planning including µ drawn Frames within a time-limit of a µ (1) µ month after sub-shot of relevant questions µ. After the expiry of the above period of µ-limit the procedure continues smar-without the relevant opinion µ.
d) Regional planning frameworks are subject to strategic environmental Assessment process assessment µ u s the text provisions µ. The related Strategies-letes environmental effects (NOEC) products authorised-ing together µ µ e regional planning frameworks µ e a-pofaseis of the Minister of environment, energy and Climate Change, the DTI µ which published published in Journal-µ µ Journal Gazette. Consultation of regional Spatial frameworks and the-Keon NOEC is common.

5. a) The Ministry of the environment, energy and Climate-Change vocational µ monitors and evaluates the application of µ Regional Spatial Frameworks. For this purpose, shall draw up every five years at least EC-monitoring locations, referred to the way application, potential problems µ µ that presents in Thi-these, as well as the degree of integration of number µ µ-art of observation-thynsewn in underlying levels planning µ µ. The same reports indicated actions which in case needed for the efficient implementation of nursing-HTI µ µ of regional strategies and EPI-µ range actions which do not harmonise µ µ e onizo-ing their directions. Evaluation reports may compile and in case Nos µ ministries, which communicate to the Ministry of environment and environment, Energy and Climate Change with a DTI-µ µ µ to take into account when drawing up assessment reports Nos µ of functions.
(b)) The findings of these reports µ transmitted a-ince the Minister of environment, Energy and Climate-Change TEM HTI µ in Assembly µ ministries, bodies and h-services, with a view to La µ µ account at Act-tions and related projects of µ responsibilities.

6. a) Regional planning frameworks anathew-kept out every five years since ECF µ µ documented occurs Tome-NI for this need of monitoring reports-ing. In time this interval µ s is exceptionally IMS-nati changed, µ to improve and update, so µ: AA) to address issues µ µ anti ATA posed a-INCE promote or implement µ µ µ planned application and operating-ings international, European, transnational, diakrati-ing or interregional character, BB) to define guidelines for anti-etwpi µ exceptional needs from natural or technological disasters and risks at the level of the relevant Ip-rifereias , SG) to address exceptional µ and anti unforeseen needs and new data µ a, for projects of national or regional importance µ Asian regional or national projects and actions or euro-European issues µ µ programmes, which are not included in the original design comprised µ µ what PhD) to adapt to new rules µ µ a data and observation-both directions of spatial design regulation µ arising from the adoption, revision or amendment of national Chwrota-xikwn Frames , EU) to adapt measures in µ relevant observations and recommendations of the monitoring reports.
(b)) For the revision and modification of regional Spatial Frameworks other competent organis followed the proced-co. of paragraph 4.

7. By a decision of the Minister of Environment, energy and Climatic competiti µ µ vocational Change could made e-ntopis µ µ and the substantial amendments to the on-KRI µ a Regional planning frameworks, such as µ µ-lines border formalities, error corrections, aposafi µ-niseis formalities, harmonise legal texts µ µ µ d-and µ. The above amendments are submitted by strategic environmental assessment process-µ, µ only if evaluated, as designated in µ j.m.d. 107017/2006 (Ii 1225) of the Ministers for Economic and Financial µ µ, environment, planning and Public works projects µ and the Secretary of the Interior, Public Administra µ-management meetings and decentralisation, as applicable, that-accept have important implications in µ Environ-ment.

8. s) For the position of regional Spatial Framework Attica serving as the Rate µ Athens master plan, as applicable.
(b)) in the preparation of the Regional Chwrotaxi-ing Frameworks of Sterea Hellas and Peloponni-your issues µ examined interactive systems µ e peri-fereia Attikis and any overlap µ t µ or µ e a-the wider area of Athens itropolitikis µ.
c) when drawing up the regional Chwrotaxi-Architectural Framework of Central Macedonia, in addition to the µ-orizo present: AA) Integrate existing legacy µ directions of µ the Thessaloniki master plan under restricted to µ-xeidikeyontai or and µ are paid.
BB) Taking into account the µ µ itropolitikos role of Thessaloniki and the functional dependencies and original-flows between µ µ itropolitikoy Center and infections-areas and emissions including µ be found directions for exploiting the potential of Thessaloniki on a national and international scale and µ for the strategic spatial organization of µ itropolitikis area.

9. By decision of Minister of environment, energy and climate change 5 µ µ vocational Change which is published in the Journal µ e-government standards defined rida for the preparation, evaluation and modification of regional Spatial other competent organis frames and any other relevant details pictures µ.

10. (a)) Where the provisions of the applicable legislation stated no.1 µ ' Regional Spatial Planning Frameworks µ and sustainable development ' are hereinafter referred to as the Regional planning frameworks of this arti-throu.

(b)) the revision and amendment of the approved data when µ µ µ law publication th this Frameworks of spatial Design and Sustainable µ Per becomes national in accordance with the provisions of this article.

PART A3 RYThMISTIKOS ChWRIKOS DESIGN Article 7 local Spatial Plans (warrant holders) 1. Local Spatial Plans are sets of text f µ-managing and d µ µ µ schemes which set out the General and cultural land uses, the General conditions and restrictions on building the µ µ s-ing, as well as any other measure µ, µ or restrictions that are needed for the integrated a µ spatial development and organization of the region a primary µ IOU Municipality.

2. The warrant holders shall cover the area of one or more avat and µ-terwn µ municipal Public Sections or the entire sixteenth-ing of the concerned municipalities µ. It may also be prepared in elementary level µ, one could witness after relevant decisions of the relevant municipal Council µ µ Public Councils. The warrant holders harmonise reporting µ µ permanently-e material directions strategy proposed Antenna µ spatial design µ, and contain the necessary arrangements exist for µ achieve their purposes.

3. With the warrant holders shall be determined for each µ expected municipal public-ness the following categories of regions: s) residential areas: AA) As residential areas are those areas of µ secondary section serving the living and organised a µ µ-economic and social life and act-human activity. In residential areas IP-RILA µ all taken within approved projects µ INCE-Leon areas of relevant public µ secondary section, the Hou-in µ s pre-1923 or µ µ e population what under 2,000 katoi-Kon, as well as the areas to be an urban planner estimate for domestic use µ-CAL use, i.e. the areas which, in view of their position, the natural configuration of the land by µ and other conditions that exist in these offered for housing extensions and in General for the realisation of projects and programmes µ µ µ oikisti systems-opment. Includes also µ and areas Especially Adjustable Rate µ µ µ of an urban planner quo article 24 of law No. 2508/1997 µ r use first or second home, places, Financial Engineering µ Burden of article 31 of law No. 4178/2013, as well as areas of concentration the µ-ing construction and building coefficient µ host of articles 31 et seq. n. 4178/2013.
BB) in areas of this category, which Po-leodo µ µ defined, classified with the warrant holders Valencia limits-financial modules µ and the general financial engineering proposal µ-ganwsis the floor, i.e. the permissible within expected µ Geni-quential categories of land use, density, the construction factor µ-reduction and other conditions and restrictions on building the µ µ s-ing, as well as the general assessment of needs each µ urbanisation µ unity in public areas , social nwfeleis services and in general public public infrastructure-µ µ s and networks.
SG) within the residential areas allow a-koloythes general land use categories in the eka-stote provisions: House (K1, K2, MK) poleo-structure legal Center, µ µ number of tourism – leisure, free sites-urban green, uses the main road axis, water SUP-utility stops and plants means µ µ µ transport provision-angular resolution of articles 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 23, 32 of this law µ.
b) Areas and business production costs. µ Dr-stiriotitwn: AA) As production regions and business criminal activities means µ inside or outside the plan and off-limits agglomerations µ s areas of relevant public that µ-tional unity, which, in view of the position of the current-controlled uses µ, µ s operations and infrastructure, as well as other territorial characteristics, prosfero-ing for siting µ µ µ e individual or organised data µ , productive and entrepreneurial criminal activities. µ These areas may be classified engineering µ per-Reva µ e special arrangements dictate.
BB) in these areas warrant holders the µ defined e-pitrepo µ expected within these general categories of land use, building coefficient µ, and other conditions and restrictions s th µ µ judgement required for the per-ptyxi.
SG) in these regions allow µ µ number lay down one or more of the following general categories-tion land uses within the applicable provisions-provisions: tourism number µ-leisure, free spaces – urban green, wholesale trade, productive activity in µ-Tess HA low µ, µ average, high annoyance and legal consolidation engineering µ, technological parks, e µ µ centres, goods facilities means µ µ µ mass transport, urban infrastructure facilities-tions µ s utilities Special uses of articles 19, 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26, 27, 28, 29, 31 of this Act µ.
PhD) in this category belong, in accordance with the µ µ provisions that govern them, and any e-children µ µ receptors Mong Mong organised activities.
c) protected areas: AA) As protected areas are those areas µ e-letis of t. c. in particular, axiolo-CA natural or cultural elements requiring Protec-tions, outreach and promotion. These areas limit-thetoyntai and set out for these limited µ s or prohibitions on land uses and building µ, and to generally exercise activities and operation-sons, for reasons of protection of natural or cultural environment.
BB) in these areas and areas subject to special legal regimes µ protection legal, whatever-that is in particular areas of archaeological or historical interest, forests and woodlands, as well as the IP-rioches are classified in µ µ d system national protected µ e-managing areas of n. 3937/2011 (1st 60), which diepo-ing with regard to land use and building terms the µ-ing of special protection schemes. In Ms.-gory this µ µ include Council be found and areas that

marked delegated article 56 of law 2621/1998 as lands high productivity.

6 d) land use: control areas As land control areas means the off plan and off-limits agglomerations µ s areas of relevant public secondary, particularly section µ around residential area-areas or areas of production and business criminal µ activities which may be established if µ-own µ s restrictions on land use and terms of construction-µ µ assessment with a view to the rational distribution µ or syscheti-land use in order to avoid possible conflicts between µ.

4. After the approval of the warrant holders, each residential, para-gwgiki or other development is permitted only if µ sho-Yes Sy µ µ e compatible land use and other conditions and restrictions s µ µ defined ones. In each IP-riptwsi, when approving the warrant holders, should take µ ¢-take into account the µ transitional provisions article 16 of law 1052/2013.

5. During the drafting process of the warrant holders and OPOS-any opinion µ µ after the SYPOThA µ concerned may e-piballetai, in accordance with the µ µ provisions, suspending construction licensing µ for certain specific uses µ or µ area throughout the study either in part of µ, after a suggestion of µ supporting Áñ competent service µ.

6. a) the initiation of the procedure for drawing up this answer either-warrant holders of the relevant municipality µ o by either the Ministry of environment, energy and Climatic Change vocational µ.
b) approval of warrant holders µ e becomes Presidential Decree No µ µ a issued a proposal of the Minister of the Environment-DOS, energy and Climate Change, µ functioning after the public opinion µ µ µ and school certificate Council opinion µ the SYPOThA concerned, supplied in a µ µ a month after the introduction of issues µ in them. After the intervention of the above Assembly-µ µ date date the marketing process-handle without the relevant opinion µ. With the above proedri-WOR µ s also approved annual and directions, POI and µ-measures for the protection of the environment, which must be respected when implementing and dikeysi exei-the warrant holders, in accordance with the µ µ µ provided information from the text provisions µ Strategic Environmental Study-ing Effects (NOEC).
(c)) With the above Presidential Decree No µ µ d may limit-thetoyntai and oriogra µ µ µ values of any existing e-data within the warrant holders ydatore µ, after submission of a dossier in accordance with µ µ bounding (e) referred to in article 2 µ of n. 4258/2014.

7. Limits and settings settings data µ µ approved Residential Zones of control, established in accordance with the µ µ provisions-provisions of article 29 of law No. 1337/1983, including µ in contents of warrant holders and µ µ can be modified-ing with the Presidential Decree µ µ of paragraph 6, e-since this is necessary for engineering µ systemically cover housing needs, production or business µ s-tary development and reconstruction within the public concerned µ secondary section. After approval of the warrant holders, EEZS that have embodied in them µ cease to force s as separate rate µ and the rate µ of warrant holders.

8. Limits and regulatory settings diatag µ µ presidential systems eh-Hun issued under article µ 4 Fri. 1 of law 1577/1985, as it replaced µ article 3 of Law 2865/2000, including µ in contents of warrant holders and µ µ µ may be paid or be amended-ing with the Presidential Decree µ µ of paragraph 6 hereof in accordance with µ µ µ e provided one of Fri. 2 article 6 of law No. 4067/2012.

9. The Agencies concerned a µ Administration evaluates the e-pharmaceutical application of rate µ µ settings of warrant holders. For this purpose, shall draw up every five years a minimum project reports-report, which measured µ µ µ applied way to calibrate the directions and rate of above settings µ de-Dio, recorded any failures, weaknesses and µ µ ATA problems identified in their application µ and anti factor µ suggestions. These reports shall be communicated to the relevant municipality µ o-keia region and the Ministry of environment, e-action and Climate Change with a view to presenting µ µ µ-to take into account in relevant actions and actions that impinge upon the relevant responsibilities µ Nos.

10. a) The warrant holders shall be reviewed every five years, if there is documented evidence µ µ to this need by Alpha-evaluation carried out during the previous us informed-ragrafo µ. In time this interval µ s is exceptionally be changed, to improve µ and e-pikairopoiisi them so µ: AA) to address issues µ µ anti ATA posed a-INCE promote or implement µ µ µ planned application and operating-ings international, European, transnational, diaperiferei-do y, or one could witness µ character school certificate, BB) to address exceptional µ Valencia anti µ legal a-nagkes from natural or technological disasters and risks , SG) to incorporate significant findings important µ µ comments and h-indications of the evaluation report, the IGC) to address the potential exceptional µ and unforeseen needs and new data µ µ a not included-can include under the warrant holders and relate to the implementation of projects and programmes µ µ µ or µ interventions base s µ µ wide large scale or importance strategy Asia, EU) µ to adapt nationally µ µ a new data or chomper-tions arising from the adoption , revision or amendment of national and Regional Spatial Frameworks.
(b)) For the review and amendment of warrant holders a-koloytheitai the process of paragraph 6.
11. By a decision of the Minister of Environment, energy and Climatic µ competiti vocational Change, after opinion of the KESYPOThA, µ µ µ identification may occur and µ the substantial amendments to approved µ a warrant holders. The above amendments are submitted in the process of strategic environmental assessment resources strategy µ, µ only if assessment-assess, during the designated one µ in j.m.d. 107017/2006 (Ii

1225) of the Ministers for Economic and Financial µ µ, Peri-environment, planning and Public works projects and µ h-fypoyrgoy Interior, public administration and Apoke µ-ntrwsis, as applicable, that may have important implications in µ environment.

12. By decision Environment Minister, Networ-let and Climatic Change defined torture from µ specifications and any other necessary detailed pictures for µ-facilitating, evaluation and modification of warrant holders.

13. The revision and amendment of approved data µ u s public publication µ µ law th this G.P.S. and S.Ch.O.O.A.P. is done in accordance with the provisions of this article.

7 14. (a)) Where the provisions of the applicable legislation refers to the legal µ ' µ Urbanisation Plan legal General "or the" Relationship-relation Spatial and Urban Organisation "means the Local Spatial Plan of this article.
(b)) the revision and amendment of the approved data when µ µ µ law publication th this G.P.S. and S.Ch.O.O.A.P. is done in accordance with the provisions of this article.

Article 8 Specific Territorial projects 1. For the spatial organization and development areas a-nexartitws administrative boundaries that may behave more like each µ-tute as receptors of plans, projects and programmes issues µ µ µ-scale to large-scale infrastructure or strategic importance µ Asia or which require special adjustment of µ land use and other conditions of their development, compiled Especially Spatial Plans (e. X. s). The E.Ch.S. are text sets-µ µ µ d and results e µ defined user-land ye, General conditions and limited construction µ µ s judgement and every other measure, term µ or µ restrictions that are required in order to make these areas appropriate to sho-Wed for µ µ receptor data creation organised activities-management or for conducting programmes µ µ µ µ interventions and large scale µ µ bases scale or importance strategy-Asian µ.

2. The specific Spatial Plans form part of a hierarchy at the same level design competition µ µ e local Spatial Plans.

3. a) the initiation of proceedings for the syntax of E.Ch.S. is done either by the Ministry of environment, e-action and Climatic Change or vocational µ from the relevant Municipality-µ o or the region concerned or by the implementation body-ing of the plan, programme or project µ µ. By a decision of the Minister of environment, energy and Climatic Change defined vocational standards µ and every other a-detailed pictures µ paraititi for E.Ch.S..
b) when drawing up the La E.Ch.S. µ account directions of approved national µ and Ip-rifereiakwn Spatial Frameworks as well as the observation-both directions of the development policy.
c) approval of E.Ch.S. becomes µ e Presidential Decree No-µ a, issued µ e proposal of the Minister of Environment, energy and Environment-Climate Change and vocational µ in case competent Ministers µ Bal, after opinion of µ KESYPOThA. With the above Presidential Decree No µ a marketing authorisation is necessary-recipes and directions, terms and µ measures for the protection of the environment, which must be respected when implementation and specialisation of E.Ch.S., in line with µ µ µ provided the information from the text provisions µ Strategic Environmental impact assessments-ings (NOEC).
(d)) With the above Presidential Decree No µ µ d can u-thorizontai and oriogra µ µ s of any existing data within the E.Ch.S. µ ydatore µ, after submission of a dossier in accordance with µ µ bounding (e) referred to in article 2 µ of n. 4258/2014 and approved and the Tas µ o-µ Implementation Plan the legal µ scope where required. In case the operator to initiate the process of E.Ch.S. is an urban planner and principal to the process area assessment µ public µ publicity the case II of para-graph 4 of article 10 omitted.

4. The specific Spatial Patterns can be modified µ-mented earlier Local Spatial Plans and any I-schyoyses for the region of the project General and speci-quential µ µ engineering financial arrangements, in particular as regards EPI-restricted land use µ trepo and conditions and restrictions-µ µ s th judgement if the amendment becomes necessary in everything-eration of the specific nature of the objective sought Development Fund µ ECF µ specifically documented, in relevant for each specific project µ study and does not however negate the spatial operation in the region, such as for-appointed in their National and Regional Chwrota-xika frames.

5. Limits and settings settings data µ µ approved Residential Zones of control, established in accordance with the µ µ provisions-provisions of article 29 of law No. 1337/1983, includes the contents of µ µ µ E.Ch.S. of and may be modified-ing with the Presidential Decree µ µ of paragraph 3 (e)-since this is necessary for engineering µ systemically cover production needs or business µ vocational and national reconstruction within the area of the project. After the adoption of E.Ch.S., EEZS that have embodied in them µ shall cease to apply as independent arrangements µ and the rate µ E.Ch.S. settings.

6. Limits and regulatory settings diatag µ µ presidential systems eh-Hun issued under article µ 4, par. 1 of law 1577/1985, as it replaced µ article 3 of Law 2865/2000, including the contents of µ µ µ of E.Ch.S. and can be paid out or modified µ-ing with the Presidential Decree µ µ of paragraph 3 hereof in accordance with µ µ µ e provided one of Fri. 2 article 6 of law No. 4067/2012.

7. The settings of the specific Spatial µ Projects is µ s-binding for all drawn µ a Local Spatial Relationship-and for every inclusion of areas that headgear-ments from E.Ch.S. in city plan. Exceptionally, µ e local Spatial Plans may be amended µ limits and regulatory settings of specific Spatial µ Projects following special reason and assent µ µ the national carrier's or region's administration which has been included in

Special Design. In these cases, the Presidential Decree No µ (a) approving the proposed warrant holders and of the substantive CCW µ µ responsible for modified Eno Special Spatial Plan.

8. During the drafting process of the E.Ch.S. and as-any µ µ after opinion of the KESYPOThA may be inserted, in com-µ µ e with the relevant provisions, suspending construction licensing µ for certain specific uses, µ or throughout the region of the project, either in part of µ, f-peita from µ a recommendation supporting the competent working Serv µ of the Ministry of environment, energy and Climate-Change vocational µ.

9. The E.Ch.S. shall be amended in accordance with the µ µ procedure referred to in article 3 after reasoned technical assessment report a µ.

10. By decision of the Minister of Environment, energy and Climatic competiti µ µ vocational Change may set out specifications for the preparation and process food standards bodies of E.Ch.S..

11. Special Territorial Plans, within the meaning of such a-DOS article, are the Areas Integrated f µ-justice tourism (BEVERAGE) article 29 of law 2548/1997, areas including µ Development Organised para-gwgikwn (POAPD) article 24 of law 1650/1986, the Business truly µ parks n. 4147/2011, µ µ rail centres of n. 3333/2005 Special 8 Spatial Development Plans Published Public Property µ (ESHA-MA) article 12 of law No. 3986/2011, Especially Spatial Development Plans for strategic investments (ESHA-in) of article 24 of law 3893/2010, local towing µ OTO-µ legal plans article 26 of law 1337/1983. For the de-Dias µ and the spatial organization of the above regions implement the relevant applicable µ for each receptor class provisions as well as the settings of µ paragraphs 4, 5 and 6 of this article. In the cases above receptors, the delimitation of ydatore µ µ and e fall into them, µ µ can be done with the administrative act of approval of each receptor after subjecting new bounding over the folder designated in article 2 µ of n. 4258/2014.

Article 9th Coefficient µ 1) assessment In residential areas, which suggested to an urban planner µ µ assessment based on local Spatial plans or the specific Spatial Patterns of articles 7 and 8, speci-fied ceilings building coefficient µ judgement as follows: AA) for areas intended for using wave-residential building coefficient sixty µ µ no assessment may be h-the which exceeds 0.8.
BB) for sites that are intended for use in military-AET µ align the rate Center th µ µ not assessment may not exceed 1.2.
SG) for areas intended for use-Rees µ – Recreation Agency building coefficient µ µ not assessment may not exceed 0.6.
PhD) for areas intended for using para-theristikis (second) residence building coefficient µ µ not assessment may not exceed 0.4.
OJ) for areas intended for use install-tastasewn utilities building coefficient µ µ not assessment may not exceed 1.2.
b) in any case in the above areas the Sy-th ntelestis µ judgement arising when an urban planner the µ-their signal does not exceed 0.8 on Sy-terest of the extent that µ µ remains after deduction of t µ or µ which attributed to shared space-Rous.

2. In the areas of production and business activities, criminal µ which proposed to an urban planner-µ µ assessment based on local Spatial plans or special Attac-Draft of articles 7 and 8, the µ µ µ egistoi building rates established by the assessment relevant by-classes for each class package view µ receptor acts-stiriotitwn.
At the poles of supra-local importance of µ n. 2730/1999 (first 130) exceptionally of µ orizo referred on-plane 1 and 2, an urban planner to estimate IP-rioches µ, µ is specified with the E.Ch.S. of article 8 the coordinates-construction lestis µ or µ average assessment rate has been adjusted from certain specific provisions which the E.U.-say. In case of undefined th coefficient µ judgement from the specific provisions, the µ E.Ch.S. Arti-article 8 specified building coefficient µ µ mean the assessment which-th may not exceed 0.5.

Towing µ µ deprogramming strategyfor limiting legal Implementa µ (R.S.E.) application 1. For an urban planner µ µ number including area assessment requires-ing pension and µ µ approved Towing legal Implementation Plan OTO-µ, µ e which specialize, city wide µ MA or agglomerations µ or µ t µ or the such in zones and areas where-uses own, the local settings or µ Special Provi-tural and behavioural Plans on land use and building conditions and µ defined precisely shared , charitable and building µ µ the fraction to an urban planner µ tablishments assessment requests as well as charts µ µ µ of infrastructure networks.

2. when Towing µ µ legal Implementation Plans deprogramming µ o-land required the existence of an approved Local fav µ or specific transboundary Spatial Plans of articles 8 and 9 of this.

3. Towing µ µ deprogramming legally Implementa µ compiled for all application areas of warrant holders or E.Ch.S. intended for an urban planner or assessment and µ t µ or µ s them, which should, however, be a legal engineering µ Hainaut-Ness, as defined in the respective Local or Special Spatial Plan.

4. a) the opening editorial of Tas µ I µ deprogramming-ment Plans Implemented by the application becomes µ familiar Municipalities µ. µ procedure may also be initiated by a µ Apoke-ntrw Administration, after relevant information to the Municipalities concerned µ µ.
b) Towing µ µ deprogramming legally Implementa µ, before eh-gkrisi the, exposed µ e relative topographic map-the relevant Municipalities µ for twenty (20) working days, the µ µ s.
This alerted the public relative µ µ-public publication in two newspapers, local newspaper µ or national cyclo-sation. Exceptionally the above period a µ µ can be extended up to five (5) working days, the µ µ s µ µ a reasoned response to the recommendation of the competent service of the municipality of µ µ. The interested subjects can µ µ µ within time limits not-

s a µ there to peruse the information above and to submit in writing to the relevant Municipalities in a µ-attitudes, which the Municipalities µ ND must consider e-ithin fifteen (15) working days, the µ µ s from the expiry of the above period µ. If, after examination of µ objections, the need arises to amend their µ o-µ legal Projects, these hung again for ten (10) working days, the µ s µ µ, for information to the public. After submissions have been received over the abovementioned period, towing µ µ o-µ legally promoted Plans for approval.
c) approval their µ µ legal Implementation Plans deprogramming µ µ becomes application by decision of General Secretary µ µ µ-including Decentralized Administration, following an opinion by the Council concerned µ µ µ Engineering Council-Legal Affairs issues µ and a follow-up (SYPOThA) µ, µ after recommendation of the competent service of the µ area. The above opinion the µ µ mandatory instruments is provided in a µ a deadline (1) µ month since we brought in familiar Council µ has the dossier to own opinion µ. After submissions have been received over the above period µ, the procedure continues smar-without the relevant opinion µ.
d) With the prior decision added case µ ratified and the intimate Act Apply, where µ requires-Tai, made simultaneously in s µ µ e Association immediate towing µ µ deprogramming legally Implementa µ, during the designated one µ in particular in articles 8 and 9 of 9 n. 1337/1983. By a decision of the Minister of the environment-DOS, energy and Climate Change, scheduled to approved specifications µ for the uniform development of the Tas µ µ legal deprogramming plan and Act Application and rate µ µ µ is recalled every relevant detailed pictures.
e) approval of Towing µ µ legal Implementation Plan deprogramming µ f-application has the consequences of adoption in the city plan by-ND classes of 11.0/16.8.1923.

5. The adoption in µ µ legal Towing Plans Apply to IP application µ-rioches included in Specific Territorial Projects or governed by specific regulatory arrangements made in µ µ µ with e as defined in the text provisions µ.

6. After approving their financial Plans µ µ deprogramming Application-scope prohibited µ changed for one µ Penta-years, save in exceptional cases, in which necessitates specific EPI µ part amended their preferences for facilitating the implementation of the plan of µ-Dias in µ area.

7. Where the provisions of the existing legislation a µ-Noh naferetai ' µ Study Engineering legal ' means the Towing µ µ Implementation Plan legal deprogramming µ scope of this article.

PART A4 PsIFIOPOIISI and ELECTRONIC RECORDING the DATA GEWChWRIKWN-CODING ChWROTAXIKIS and URBAN LEGISLATION Article 11 Digitization and electronic recording of thes µ µ µ s financial lines, information, conditions and land use 1. By 2020 topped µ e responsibility all the competent Ministries µ digitizing and cataloging everything-all thes µ µ µ s line legal CCW µ odiotitos, that-s part of central database µ y-poyrgeioy the environment, energy and Climatic Change vocational µ.

2. Under the responsibility of the competent Ministers µ of osi µ-law present commitment µ µ created public th the µ-specific flood-roforiaka µ system for keeping all of thes µ I µ µ lines at na-s. As thes µ µ µ s line financial means in particular in-nolo of geospatial data µ of the country, affecting the current ownership, th, EC µ µ exploitation or protecting real seizing them working. The main categories of data personal approaches µ-economists: a) in spatial-legal characteristics, engineering µ b) in areas of environmental, cultural, is-lamic architecture from and national protection and c) in places Ms. thoris of µ-other administrative acts on µ e Earth, as expropriations infrastructure works µ, µ s-s anada – distribution µ oriogra µ, µ s seashore – beach.

3. In the above-mentioned information systems ATA opinion-µ, µ µ in accordance with international standards of the geospatial data orfopoioyntai µ µ a, Geospatial services and corresponding data µ µ µ µ a in accordance with the provisions of Directive 2007/2/EC of the European Parliament "for establishing an infrastructure µ µ for spatial information in the European Community (Inspire)» µ characters taken all appropriate technical measures µ µ µ the data-a to µ are available through the European INSPIRE Portal National Gewpylis provided for in law No. 381/2010 and any other central tower online-umn designated by the Ministry of environment, energy and Climatic µ competiti vocational Change.

4. By decision of the Minister of Environment, energy and Climatic µ competiti vocational Change specified every detail-pictures for µ developing, updating and by the feedback-µ µ enterprises information systems for the urbanisation and spatial data µ µ a.

5. Computer systems µ and databases f µ-managing all the competent Ministries interconnect µ y-pochrewtika, have the potential for interoperability and all data µ a recorded in Central database information system of the Ministry of µ Environ-Outlook, Energy and Climate Change, scheduled to µ. With common a-judgment of the competent Ministers µ Environment Energy-electricity and Climate Change, Economic vocational µ µ, µ, Tourism Development, rural development and food, Nayti µ-Lia and Aegean Macedonia and Thrace, Culture and Sport µ µ µ and Administrative Reform and E-Government ktronikis lays down the standard-setting and change any information and issues µ s-µ µ s financial lines, the conflict resolution process and institutional financial µ overlays µ µ s line boundaries and land use , the way the interface, the process and the continuous bodies informed µ µ and Manu-writing all of the transactions legal line µ µ institutional µ s and any other relevant issues µ s for the purposes of applying this article µ. In each case the data above µ a captured on backgrounds of EKChA Sa.


6. Especially for the conflict resolution process and institutional financial µ overlays µ µ s line is defined at the level of Municipalities composed µ µ th Commission consisting of representatives of competent ministries and µ Assembly depending on the issues µ annex a-INCE substantive representatives specifically competent µ y-Assembly services of the concerned Municipality and Region µ µ µ o-e Bal and/or examination and recommendation to the Ypoyr-hot Environment Energy and Climate change for the DTI µ final determination all µ µ µ institutional financial lines µ s within the limits of Municipalities µ. By j.m.d. paragraph 5 dealt with issues µ µ rate ATA certain µ µ of States, Assembly, operation and the process of work of the Commission.

7. Joint Ministerial decision of the competent Ypoyr µ-grounds of paragraph 5 rate plus necessary issues µ µ for the pilot implementation of procedure of µ similar-DOS article under Nos a µ µ odiotitos Municipalities.

8. following the above procedure, the completion of databases µ, the recording of financial lines µ µ µ s-in accordance with the provisions of this law and µ plenary-draw of any dispute settlement procedure and conflict of thes µ µ µ s financial lines approved by µ-phase of the competent Minister of the environment, µ Networ-let and Climate Change for each µ functioning Municipalities µ the Special Block-Party Draft thes µ µ µ s financial line and land information. From the date of µ µ adoption of digital projects each required µ informed administrative or regulatory act is adopted in accordance with the µ µ current digital design.

9. For monitoring and completion of a-nwterw information systems issues µ defined monitoring and Evaluation Committee with the µ µ µ µ participation of the General Linear µ µ responsible Secretaries of each Ministry. The Commis-sion µ minimum once a year is required to present to Parliament the implementation of all actions. The Commission shall carry out a comprehensive con-script based µ the temporal progress of actions for camera-10 fundamental Ministry and draw up a timetable µ µ ATA integration-mation of actions.

10. Especially for the electronic processing of procedure in whole or in part of information systems, µ-µ and the interconnection of all databases µ the Ministry of environment, energy and Climatic Change vocational µ µ can be assigned in authority epoptey µ-what µ by Ministry of environment, energy and Climate Change, µ vocational development and the management of information systems a-Hing µ. The µ-increased Nos responsible for expediting the above process in whole or in part, µ, and any other relevant electronic process, may be designated as the beneficiary financial µ s-total under n. 3614/2007 µ µ µ Programmes after a thoroughgoing In µ µ contract with Ministry of Environment-DOS, energy and Climate Change, scheduled to µ. With Ministerial Decree of the Minister of environment, energy and Climatic Change may be waived µ defined each per-FTE consulting pictures µ for the technical operation and the creation of databases µ µ the Ministry of Ip-riballontos, Energy and Climate Change for µ vocational application µ this.

11. The publication of this law µ µ µ and within a period one µ six (6) months µ µ municipalities: a) Send in digital archive to the appropriate competent µ Directorate of the Ministry of environment, energy and Climatic Change and vocational µ the relevant Decentralized µ µ µ specific Administrations timetable for carrying out the projects that have responsibility to develop Nos µ. The Ministry of Ip-riballontos, Energy and Climate Change and vocational µ Decentralised µ certain Administrations watch Chrono-DIA µ µ, the integration processes, the time h-pobolis applications, the consultation process, eh-gkrisis the phases of design and course µ y-lopoiisis of µ studies. The figures sent the-what and take account of µ the competent managing authorities µ for complete financial donor µ-ing of issues µ µ µ design, the continuation of any funding or funding and µ except those due to major delays µ.
b) Fit system a public log µ µ ografi-ment, economic development, µ, µ social and other data required for data analysis of physio-µ opinion of their region. The data system µ µ a a-mains shall be updated at regular intervals and µ minimum per biennium to use µ µ belated in each required µ Eno project and sent in electronic form to µ control to the competent E µ-Department of the Ministry of environment, energy and Climate-Change vocational µ.

12. By a decision of the Minister of Environment, energy and Climatic µ competiti vocational Change defined standards issues µ systems capture systems, the contents of µ µ systems log issues and any other relevant issues µ s to apply the previous µ µ added paragraph.

13. By a joint decision of the Assembly competent Ministers µ and the Minister of environment, energy and Climatic µ a-tary Change defined: a) the printed submission requirement and the exclusive electronic submission of elements of µ studies and designs of this law, µ b) the process of electronic submission of sufficient justifica-gitikwn and elements of µ studies and technical pre-deletions of computer files , c) information system a and µ e-services-services that will be offered to interested µ e-mind and citizens, d) information system a and µ e-services-services that will be offered to public authorities for µ version of necessary administrative acts fre-gkrisis of µ studies and projects, e) conditions for access and distribution in information systems µ ATA , online services and information related to studies and projects µ, f) any other issues µ s associated µ e e


Service interested and µ µ µ eletitwn aimed at ensuring transparency and logo-dosias.

14. Following that of publication of the decision of µ previous µ e-Justice paragraph: a) every kind of communication, transaction or reporting between the µ µ µ eletitwn public authorities and policy-setting for approving studies and projects running µ s-can online, b) processing of individual processes running-Tai exclusively electronic and technical means µ µ I µ and traceability offer transparency in any PHO-litti. Each egkritiko stage and intermediate µ µ d Forum GCF, decision-point or stage published published a µ µ without delay online.

15. Until the implementation of the electronic process µ submission information and supporting documents supplied by the para-grafoys13 and 14 the required a µ µ plans and files may be submitted in electronic form within µ µ µ concentrates Council order CD (CD) accompanied by solemn protestation µ µ eletiti which shall mark-Tai for the ENO this µ.

Article 12 coding layouts planning and urbanisation µ-limit 1. By a joint decision of the Ministers of Justice, kono and µ-environment, energy and Climate Change, vocational µ recommended to the Ministry of the environment, and e-action Climate Change specific vocational µ µ oparaskey-urban Commission whose members µ is not allowed to exceed twenty (20), for writing code smar-rotaxias and urbanisation µ.

2. By the same decision determines the amount and manner of payment of compensation for damage of µ µ States EPI-upon, of the special rapporteurs that any defined and linear µ µ µ is recalled and Secretaries all relevant detailed µ f-detail.

3. The Commission shall consist of judicial operation indicators, professors of higher education institutions and public issues µ µ servants as well as from private communication to µ µ-appointed jurists specialised in issues µ planning systems and PV-leodo µ-limit 4. The Chairman and Committee members defined µ µ e decision of the Minister of environment, energy and Climate Change, DTI µ µ e which is the time-Nos spent of her work. That decision followed up to three iDEN-officials of the Ministry of Environment, energy and Environment-Climate Change which DTI µ s-skoyn µ µ line duties the Commission Secretary.

5. The information referred to in paragraph 1 include the µ code provisions in law and µ regulatory acts relating to spatial and town planning principles in community legal µ µ-co No.1.

11 6. When compiling the code, allowed the Qatar-assessment provisions deemed ineffective to achieve practical results-µ, the deletion action s that have removed implicitly as well as µ e-tabatikwn provisions that no longer have scope µ, µ adjustment provisions applying to the current In-ntag µ a, recasting the provisions for the sake of aploysteyse-as or discharge q µ µ ineytikwn a doubt or links to pare µ µ similar provisions , the number of the µ µ-diwn institutions function with the existing µ µ Eno package-community figure µ s of Central and decentralised data Serv µ-Zion and organs of self-government, the integration and restructuring # µ µ and excluded any other µ e-taboli necessary for the unity of the regulatory scheme for µ. The coding is completed within one year from the establishment of µ in article this Epi-Odology.

7. In every case the code is compiled into e-ktroniki basis and sets out the provisions for the exoysiodotikes µ bodies shall process information, µ-kairopoiisis and adoption of amendments.

8. By decision of the Minister of Environment, energy and Climatic competiti µ µ vocational change and after presentation of the # oparaskeyastikis µ µ Commission may be assigned, in the text provisions on assignments µ µ studies and services, performing specific preformatted data µ manufacturing operations of coding or the in-incorporating specific studies and surveys µ for the t µ or µ µ d of legislation is to be encoded at higher education institutions of the country or µ to EPI-in µ or µ Foundation scientifically institutes or public corporations.

9. The Code referred to in the previous paragraphs µ shall be submitted to the Plenary session of the House µ for ratification, in accordance with the µ µ µ text provisions.

SECTION A5 FINAL TRANSITIONAL and REPEALED PROVISIONS Article 13 µ legal practitioner, spatial and town planning provisions µ for the new spatial planning system µ µ d number 1) by Presidential Decree No µ µ a issued a proposal from the Minister of environment, energy and Climatic Change specified vocational µ special content µ and the regulatory requirements of the design agency Ms. µ levels-bid and the approval process , review, variation-judgement as well as µ the approval bodies of frame-civil and plans of spatial planning system µ µ µ of this law.
(b)) by Presidential Decree No µ µ a issued a proposal from the Minister of environment, energy and Climatic Change vocational µ within six (6) months of µ the entry into force of the Act, amended that th µ, µ plirwno-ing and recast, with µ µ µ to adapt the-lised in terminology, the levels, the instruments and procedures µ spatial design CPC fixed µ µ µ r this law the the provisions of articles 10, 11 and 12 of law 2742/1999 and articles 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17 of chapter Ii of law No. 2508/1997, articles 19, 22, 23 as applicable.

2. The legal standards engineering µ approved µ e 10627/2004 decision of the Minister of the environment-DOS, physical planning and Public Works µ (IV, 282), punished, to rethink µ to harmonise µ µ methods with the provi-visions of this, µ e decision of the Minister of environment, energy, terrorism and Climate Change, that DTI µ ekdide-Tai after µ µ opinion the Council Council host µ µ Poleo-structured Legal Affairs and a µ µ follow-up (RR. Th.A. Po.) ,

µ within six months from the entry into force of this Act µ th.

3. The present general framework for Spatial Planning and sustainable development µ (first 128) is part of the Na-planning frameworks referred to in article 5 of this law-µ.

4. By decision of the Minister of Environment, energy and Climatic µ competiti vocational Change is determined for each MS-gory spatial plans of µ th this, kind of any required special including µ µ studies for MS-tartisi, the elaboration of these specifications, the EI-dikotites of µ eletitwn and any other issues µ a concern-ing the elaboration, monitoring and implementation of these µ.

Article 13 Transitional provisions repeal µ and 1. From the entry into force of this law, µ µ th e e-pifylaxi of the specific provisions of this, Ms-targoyntai: a) articles 1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 7, 8, 9, 13, 14 and 18 of law No. 2742/1999, as applicable.
b) articles 1 and 7, as well as 18, 25, 26 of law No. 2508/1997, as applicable.
c) articles 2, 3, 5, 6 and 7 of law 1337/1983, as j-are valid.
d) all other provisions contrary to this law-µ o or goes back on issues µ µ worked out arrangements that from him.
2. µ s Pending approval procedures or updated GIS, SChOOAP and Financial Engineering Studies are continuing as µ to the provisions of this chapter µ e into base.

3. Until the adoption of local Spatial and Spatial Plans of this Specific law µ, µ is an urban planner may impact in areas provided for that purpose by an rate µ µ approved master plan, GUP, SChOOAP or EEZS and in accordance with the µ µ proϋfista µ provisions, as regards this refer-th.

4. µ s Pending approval procedures or modify If own Spatial Planning Frameworks-µ and sustainable development are completed with the µ µ proϋfista-restricted classes.

5. Pending µ s revision procedures or modified-ing Frameworks of spatial Design and sustainable development µ topped either with the µ provisions of this law or µ µ µ proϋfista the e-Ness regulations. For the above pending procedures, µ µ s (e) decision of the Minister of environment, energy and Climatic Change vocational µ µ may set out specific requirements for harmonisation between µ µ µ r this law and to determine any necessary detailed pictures µ.

6. Pending regulatory approval procedures areas µ µ de providers-DIO completed as follows: (a)) the strategic directions of these approved µ e the decision of the Minister of environment, energy and Climatic Change in article torture from µ 6 of this law and µ-12 (b)) the effective application of these approved directions µ µ µ e Presidential Decree No (a) of article 7 of this law-µ.

CHAPTER Ii TYPES and CONTENT USE GIS Article 14 categories of land use 1. The land uses permitted by generally spatial and town planning financial planning µ µ everything defined in categories as follows: 1.1. House (K1) 1.2. Neighborhood-level residence (K2) 1.3. Intermediate technology level µ House (MK) 1.4. Legal engineering µ Center (UOC) 1.5. Tourism number µ – recreation – holiday (second) House (s) 1.6. Public utility facilities (KOS) 1.7. Free sites-Urban Green (PR) 1.8. Wholesale trade µ (F) 1.2. Public transport facilities (MMM) 1.10. Urban Infrastructure facilities µ s Common Can't-rity (TELEPHON) 1.11. Productive activities HA low µ µ f-ing and annoyance (ChMO) 1.12. Productive activities financial engineering µ e-xygiansis (DP) 1.13. Technological Park (it) 1.14. R µ µ IFL goods Center (EC) 1.15. Production facilities of high disturbance (MOF) 1.16. Special uses (IX) 1.17. Μ µ settlements providers defined s (OO) 1.18. Main Roads And Towns (JITS).
2. By decision of the Minister of environment, energy and Climate Change that DTI µ µ µ available within one month of the publication ofthis µ, µ mentioned relevant to µ a articles categories land use antistoichizo-fied µ µ codes no 2220/85 (s) Activity (SMR), as defined in the respective National Nominal µ s-µ tologia Economic activities. The mapping is done under µ tabular and posted on da's fi rst GPS positioning-Ministry of environment, energy and Climate-Change in DTI µ or µ database specific data of c-poyrgeioy environment, energy and Climatic µ vocational Al-exemption.

3. Any change in SMR in the text provisions in µ-physical measure in µ, µ related table if the relevant credit-decision of the Minister of the environment and e-action Climate Change vocational µ.

4. By decision of the Minister of Environment, energy and Climatic µ competiti vocational Change may be modified-ing or SMR µ µ paid after delivered the opinion that µ KESYPOThA µ e fall within the content of the category µ-holder concerned.

5. Joint Ministerial decision of the competent Ypoyr µ-Economic grounds and µ environment, energy and Climate-Change vocational µ may interconnect related with µ µ concerned relevant SMR electronic bases of h-poyrgeiwn and to determine this automatic procedure a µ-ntistoichisis the relevant SMR µ e land use of this. By Presidential Decree No µ µ a proposal from the Minister of environment, energy and Climatic Change vocational µ may amend categories money-ings land of this law and µ µ-matter content of these s.

6. For installations which are governed by specific nursing # µ (Lee µ µ k ports, airports, MOTORWAY SERVICE STATIONS, etc.) do not require-quire µ mapping the SMR. On occasions this gain allowed several land use categories.

Article 15 (K1) 1. The residential areas are areas where K1 allowed residential use.

2. In areas governed by special Decree µ, approved before the publication of similar public µ-DOS and µ µ is allowed only with the residence, except for certain areas in identifying µ µ µ deprogramming legal towing draft (OT or

t µ or µ s) where authorized and additional uses (shared and public, management, e commerce, µ s-napsychis etc.), during the revision of land use, µ e the provisions hereof, the uses, other than residence, may: (a)) or kept on there-choyses b posts) or down at another location µ while repeal of existing, µ e the possibili-refocusing the content µ µ µ particularly attractive in order them to ensure the customer service needs of the area. Within the aforementioned identification data µ pre-Mises and based on the anagkaiotitwn that indicate the relevant studies, µ µ can be selected uses and permissible sizes of these µ µ a by category-KP µ leodo legal Centre in article 18 of this law-µ.

3. In areas not governed by special Decree-µ, µ µ in accordance with paragraph 2 of this arti-article, during the revision of land use, µ e the provisions hereof, may be classified as regions µ K1 µ only where it is established by the relevant study that µ t µ facial issues µ µ, the road between trans-crucifixions µ e other roads: a) the whole of GOI-µ s building data other than corner, are pet-kies (increasing µ – apartment blocks) and (b)) the ktis µ a land in excess of 80% of all oikope-illustrations. For the above cases and only in forward µ-Po of the abovementioned land and, in any case other than corner plots µ e face onto another highway, determined using residence K1, provided that these roads are local and not national capitals – secondary roads, avenues, and main roads.

4. In the cases referred areas to an urban planner and µ µ defined in these land use µ to the provisions hereof, may be classified as regions µ K1 µ-# t µ or µ µ planned systems including local roads and pezodro-µ s that do not constitute sets. With Decision Ypoyr-goy environment, energy and Climatic Change are specialized vocational µ the criteria for characterisation µ what tablishments s K1.

5. In any case, in areas to be an urban planner-µ, the stadiums that have face on national, e-parchiakwn and main public roads, not municipal µ µ can be characterised as K1.

13 Article 16 Residence neighborhood level (K2) 1. The neighborhood-level residential areas K2 effec-tute housing areas which are served at the neighborhood level by the necessary koinochri-STEs, charitable, commercial and µ e other uses. In these areas the following permitted uses: 1.1 Housing at a rate of at least 50% per building 1.2. Social welfare 1.2) µ s station Crèches, retirement homes, employment centres children or elderly µ data 1.2. b) µ Brefoko funds, orphanages, nursing, µ I µ ATA persons oak-µ µ s (e) disabilities, ATA µ chronic sufferers, public-spirited hostels, hospices 1.3. Education 1.3) Special education: conservatories, institutes, CWC-ample dance/arts, driving schools µ only at the ground floor of the building and dynamic capacity up to 75 µ µ µ students per hour 1.3. b) µ hearing private education: kindergartens, elementary, junior-µ µ Nasia – Lyceum 0.9. Exercise 1.4) Small outdoor sports facilities r µ µ surface up to 1 acre: µ basketball courts, volleyball courts, tennis courts, swimming pools, 5x5 µ µ µ include including the AMM-raititwn showers, locker rooms and anapsyktiri-th.

1.4. b) core facilities (in accordance with µ µ decision MINISTRY 10627/2004 as applicable – Iv 285) 1.4. c) Junior gym halls, sports faculties µ µ only at half-geio of the building and up to 150 µ µ t.. per plot.

1.5 µ Cultures: cultural facilities: bibliothi-adults, cultural events and exhibitions of art by 200 µ µ t. ..

1.6 Religion: Religious places of local importance µ Asia.
1.7 Offices.
1.1. a) Private free professional offices professionals µ.
1.7. b) Clinics-dental offices – Fysikotherapeytiria: Clinics means that you do not have a nursing bed, µ µ applied isotope application unit, radiology work is warranted and do not constitute a diagnostic Center.

1.1 µ µ e commercial shops.
1.8. a. foodstuffs: 1.8. a. 1. Dairy 1.8. a. 2. Frozen products 1.8 µ a. 3. Butcher 1.8. a. 4. Opwrolachanopwleio 1.8. a. 5. Pagwtopwleio 1.8. a. 6. Grocery shop 1.8. a. 7. Bakery, milk and frosting-plastic 1.8. a. 8. Pastry Shop 1.8. a. 9. Ptinopwleio – aygopwleio 1.1. a. 10. Μ s and beverage food retailers-entry products µ (ex processing, cutting, packaging) 1.8. a. 11. Bakery 1.8 b. Other trade shops µ µ e: 1.8. b. 1. Bookstore 1.8 b. 2. The daily periodical press µ 1.8. b. 3. Pet foods that don't sell animals and songbirds 1.8. v. 4. Stationer 1.8 b. 5. Haberdashery items all above shops µ of paragraph 1.1 must have a surface up to 100 µ t µ per plot, located on the ground floor of the building, it is prohibited to possess trapezokathis µ and to engage in activities-ness in the exterior of the building.

1.9 Shop provision of personal services µ 1.9.1. Fixes issues µ clothing – footwear issues µ 1.9.2 Barbershop – Ko wtirio µ µ µ Pharmaceutical pharmacy 1.9.3 all above shops µ of paragraph 1.2 must have a surface up to 100 µ µ t.. per plot and µ are only at the ground floor of the building.

1.10 1.10 commitment Level µ s) Stadiums weighting issues µ µ µ actors vehicles up to 3.5 tonnes-mind in surface properties at least par eco-Chan.

1.10. b) parking Buildings µ µ µ systems vehicles undertaking up to 3.5 tonnes 1.11 Hotel accommodation – hostels µ µ ATA up to 50 beds 1.12 Care: Primary Care Units µ k Es okatharsis µ and private clinics without hospitalization 1.13 Bakeries until 150 µ µ t. ..
2. Uses of µ e items 1.2, 1.3, 1.4, 1.6, 1.10. b and 1.12 should be envisaged from the OTO-µ µ towing a legal plan. Uses the figures of 1.5 µ and 1.11 EPI-

exceeding the total permissible routed µ worn neias quo th µ, provided that available under the approved µ µ µ deprogramming towing limited financial plan specific sentinel sites or µ Ot for the development of these uses. Uses 1.4 and 1.10 (a) permitted excess of Sy-nolikis EC etalleysi µ µ th plot surface provided that set out in the approved µ f-# TAS µ µ deprogramming a legal plan.

3. The above uses which have limited µ s (µ maximum area per plot, dynamic linearity µ µ s mathematical, beds etc.) may be located on the same plot of land provided that they are different uses. Not allowed to merge different uses that function as a single store µ s if not satisfied overall questions raised µ µ s limited SUV.

4. In the legal planning engineering µ µ and the specified-in µ what land uses for cases within the project, the plots that have face in capitals Arti-tion, avenues, as well as on the main road network, there may be classified as µ housing areas K2 neighborhood level. Also, for cases of e-project, except in those areas to an urban planner µ estimate the Earth-the levels that have face on national, provincial and municipal road's main public µ, µ may not charaktiri-tered as a neighborhood-level residential areas K2.

Article 17 House Interim regulatory level µ (NS) 1. In housing areas intermediate technology level µ MK e-allow all uses of areas of residence EPI-Chan-K2 neighborhood, as well as the following additional uses: 1.1. Special education (1.3. Article 16) up to 1,500 t µ. µ. per plot.

1.2. Secondary µ gym halls and sports schools (1.4. Article 16) up to 1,500 t µ. µ. per plot.

1.3. Cultural facilities: libraries, PI room I-equal cultural events and art exhibitions, 14 museums, galleries, µ µ µ up to 1,500 m2. per plot.
1.4. public gathering Spaces up to 1,500 t µ. µ. per-kopedo (µ atografoi cinema theatres, conference centers, halls for social – economic legal intellectual µ µ – real events, buildings exhibition).

1.5. Care (except Hospital funds µ) up to 100 µ or µ beds up to 2,000 t. µ. per plot.

1.6. µ µ e commercial premises and shops provision µ personal services that are not explicitly listed on the uses of residential neighborhood-level areas K2, including µ µ µ including the supermarkets, polykata-in µ µ e of fairs, under the expected-case that does not exceed 1,500 t. µ. per plot.

1.7. Offices, Banks, insurance, Non-profit organiz-ganis µ s.

1.8. Hotels (main hotel accommodation µ, µ e-noikiazo a see eyes, µ µ µ a fun propert dividends µ and ESCAP-Youth nwnes) µ up to 100 beds.

1.2. Focus, snack µ Fri, cafes, bars and general stores health systems legal µ µ interest in catering-leisure, up to 400 µ t µ per oiko-institutional level, other than entertainment centers, which is-belch.

1.10. µ Professional workshops and storage facilities effectively HA low µ µ nuisance until 800 t µ per oiko-institutional level.

1.11. µ commitment Level (buildings-land stationary car µ-level ties µ up to 3.5 tonnes).

1.12. Fuel Supply Stations µ s and energy (y-grwn, µ s fuel gas and electricity).

1.13. Laundry – car lubrication services.
1.14. Car Repair ordinary vehicles µ (e-xairoyntai repairers of large and heavy vehicle µ µ).

1.15. Weighted average µ etepibibasis µ s Media trict tion (MMM).

2. In the regions (MK) not put minimum money-ing residence per building.

3. The above uses are limited µ s (µ f-maximum area per plot, dynamic linearity µ beds etc.) may be located on the same plot of land provided that they are different uses. Do not remove bigoted merging different uses that func-operates as a single store µ a, if not totally satisfied the questions raised µ µ s limited SUV.

4. Uses the µ elements 1.3, 1.4 and 1.5 be referred without exceeding the total permissible µ added mating let µ building, as well as to use µ e item 1.8 EPI-bigoted overrun µ of the beds, provided that available under the approved number of TAS-µ µ OTO µ µ specific casualty plan legal spaces or Ot on a-development of uses of these. The subject item 1.15 should be provided for use by the TAS µ µ deprogramming a legal plan.

5. With the µ µ engineering financial planning everything for µ uses figures 1.10 up to 1.14, restrictions may be imposed µ s density installation or to prohibit the installation of new, in order to put back µ µ µ epibary engineering legal areas. By Presidential Decree No µ a proposal from the Minister of environment, energy and Climatic Change µ µ functioning may vary these money-tions for which allowed to incur limited-in µ s to add or reduce uses µ and e-piboli µ s limited.

Article 18 legal Center Engineering µ (WFG) 1. At legal Engineering µ Centre sites (KP) be considered the following uses: 1.1. Residence 1.2. Social welfare 1.3. Education 1.4. Sports facilities outside large athliti µ-ing plant 1.5. Religious places of 1.6. Cultural facilities 1.7. Public gathering spaces, exhibition centers 1.8. Μ µ e commercial shop, shop provision µ personal services, supermarkets, polykatasti µ s-, e commercial centres, µ µ e commercial reports 1.2. Offices, Banks, insurance, Non-profit organiz-ganis µ s 1.10. Administration 1.11. Care 1.12. Focus, snack µ Fri, cafes, bars and general stores health systems legal µ µ interest in catering-leisure 1.13. Clubs – Recreation: Bars, nightclubs 1.14. Hotels and other tourist facilities-tions 1.15. Commitment level µ (buildings-land)

1.16. Fuel Supply Stations µ s and energy (y-grwn, µ s fuel gas and electricity) 1.17. Car repair ordinary vehicles µ (e-xairoyntai repairers of large and heavy vehicle µ µ) 1.18. Carwashes cars 1.19. Professional workshops and effectively µ storage plants low µ annoyance ressing 1.20. Μ etepibibasis µ s station MMM 1.21. Μ s bus station (InterCity, international) 1.22. R µ µ µ e goods stations s cars 2. Μ e uses items 1.20, 1.21 and 1.22 be considered, if provided for by an approved towing µ µ o-µ µ specific casualty plan legal spaces or O.t. to per-ptyxi.

3. With the µ µ engineering design for legal uses µ e information 1.15 up to 1.19, it is possible to impose restrictions on µ s density installation or to prohibit the installation of new, in order to put back µ µ µ epibary engineering legal areas. By Presidential Decree No µ a proposal from the Minister of environment, energy and Climatic Change µ µ functioning may vary these money-tions for which allowed to incur limited-in µ s to add or reduce uses µ and e-piboli µ s limited.

Article 19 Tourism number µ-Leisure holiday home (s) 1. In the regions tourism agency µ – recreation (s) epitrepo-ing the following uses: 1.1. Residence 1.2. Social welfare 1.3. Sports facilities outside large athliti µ-ing installations 15 1.4. Religious places of 1.5. Cultural facilities 1.6. Public gathering areas 1.1. Μ µ e commercial shop, shop provision µ personal services, supermarkets, polykatasti µ s-, e commercial centres, e µ µ commercial exhibitions.

1.8. Offices, Banks, insurance, Non-profit organiz-ganis µ s 1.2. Care (only primary µ µ k without hospitalization) 1.10. Focus, snack µ Fri, cafes, bars and general stores health systems legal µ µ interest in catering-leisure 1.11. Clubs – Recreation: Bars, nightclubs 1.12. Hotels and other tourist facilities-tions 1.13. Commitment level µ (buildings-stadiums, stationary car µ-level ties µ up to 3.5 tonnes) and µ touring commitment level Le-wforeiwn 1.14. Fuel Supply stations µ s and energy (y-grwn, µ s fuel gas and electricity) 1.15. Garages and ordinary vehicles issues µ (excluding repair shops and major Barre µ s Ochi µ) 1.16. Carwashes cars 1.17. Μ µ s etepibibasis station Media trict tion (MMM) 1.18. Μ s bus station (InterCity, international) 1.19. Elikodro µ (µ servicing only Locat-evidence and other tourist facilities) 1.20. R µ µ µ e goods stations s cars 2. Μ uses the figures 1.17, 1.18 and 1.20 be considered, provided that foreseen by the UN-children trailer µ µ µ limited legal specific plan deprogramming µ Mong spaces or Ot for their development.

Article 20 public utility Facilities (KOS) in the areas of utility facilities (KOS), allow the following uses: 1. Social assistance 2. Education 3. Sports Facilities 4. Cultural Facilities 5. Care 6. Urban infrastructure facilities µ s general interest article 24 (small scale µ µ scale provided what-what does not negate the µ area of destination as area provider tablishments charitable functions).

Article 21 Free sites-Urban Green (PR) regions free spaces – urban spaces Phra-Sinou (PR) relate to: (a)) public areas specified by the e-children µ µ µ deprogramming towing limited financial plan. As public spaces for µ this means places for recreation and residence, µ µ pedestrian movement and terrorism-choforwn, such as roads, roads traffic calming, pezodro-µ, µ pezodro µ cover pure α, podilatodro µ, squares, oth-, green, and playgrounds. In the squares-green spaces allow µ defined in article 20 of law No. 4067/2012, as well as additional restrictions including µ-sixths-ing focus and recreational uses for the 27-point of communal space, provided that available under the plan or an approved µ and the PHO-leodo µ µ. Commission Regulation on the premises of this paragraph allowed the construction of underground parking spaces-car commitment µ (weighted µ s cars) provided that projected from the design µ what , µ µ µ e tainable to whatever µ as maintaining any high flying vegetation.
b) urban open spaces and urban prasi-mind. These areas are places outside approved towing fav µ µ µ deprogramming legal projects, provided for by the design and µ are understood as spaces for intellectual creation µ µ green and recreation experts, aiming at maintaining µ-inspection of the natural environment. These areas allow functions and activities of mild per-soul charitable functions and facilities a-µ s infrastructure conditions, provided that sections-µ by the design.

Article 22 wholesale trade µ (F) 1. At Wholesale sites e µ (F) epitrepo-ing the following uses: 1.1. Save (buildings-stadiums) 1.2. Professional low µ µ effectively workshops and low average µ-chlisis 1.3. Μ µ vehicles commitment level and yachts (buildings, mobility, energy-RIA-land) no restrictions on what kind of µ and weighing 1.4. Μ s fuel stations, LPG, gas-wool 1.5. Washing machines, car 1.6 lubrication services. Μ µ s etepibibasis station Media trict tion (MMM) 1.7. Μ Elikodro IO 1.8. Offices, Banks, insurance, business community defy interest 1.9. Vehicle technical inspection centres µ (PTICV-KTEO) 1.10. Μ s bus station 1.11. R µ µ µ e goods station car regulations 1.12. Logistics facilities (logistics) 1.13. Temperature: incubators Business µ 1.14. Technological business support centers 1.15. Ordinary maintenance and repair shops


issues µ-car vehicles, large and heavy vehicle µ µ s-, µ µ machinery works, rural issues µ µ machinery, yachts 1.16. Μ µ e commercial shops, shops service provision systems, µ supermarkets, polykatasti µ, µ e commercial centres, e commercial exhibitions, shop µ µ µ systems wholesale e-commerce 1.17. Focus, snack µ Fri, cafes, bars and general stores health systems legal µ µ interest in catering-recreation 2. Use µ e item 1.17 µ is allowed only on condition that it is t µ or µ s of facilities-s wholesale e commerce µ or serves the needs of workers and visitors µ in them.

16 Article 23 public transport Facilities (MMM) At Plant sites Media Meta-wear (MMM) µ µ can be specified one or more of the following uses: 1. Airports µ Jun 2. Μ Elikodro Jun 3. Μ µ railway station contaminants s 4. Lee µ General passenger areas, e marketing, fisheries µ, µ bio industrial and tourist activity, in General, µ 5. Legally a railway axostasia µ µ, µ odd repair-view and µ s sorting station 6. Μ the seizure, the runway venues a µ axostasiwn, EPI-skeyastikes µ µ s station units, sorting and µ etafortw-ing buses, trolley buses, suburban railways, µ µ µ tramway regulations, 7. Weighted average µ s urban, InterCity, international lewforei s, trolley, tram 8 µ. Race cars and safety belts for µ 9. Parking spaces for cars, touring commitment µ Leo-stretchers (µ Kabul if), trucks and campers 10. Vehicle repair shops 11 issues µ. Car washing and lubrication services 12. Vehicle technical inspection centres µ (KTEO, PTICV) 13. Power stations, liquid and gaseous fuels µ s (liquid, gaseous fuels electricity µ s) 14. SAR (µ s Motorway Service Station µ s) 15. Weighted average number of trucks for µ fortoekfor-µ µ e such goods (goods µ µ e risk weighted number car µ-ties) 16. Associated with the µ µ µ µ group transport instruments irradiation stops.

Article 24 urban infrastructure Facilities µ s utilities (TELEPHON) On urban infrastructure facilities ranges µ s community-defy interest (TELEPHON), µ µ can be specified one or more-more of the following uses: 1. Weighted average µ µ µ s transhipment issues µ symbol 2. Packaging recycling facilities and material-ing 3. Space treatment, storage and disposal of solid waste 4. Edit, save, burning, solid toxic waste 5. Units and installations for the processing and kay-ing symbol µ µ µ µ and a residual value of these schemes 6. Area of wastewater treatment and disposal issues µ (organic-and eco-setting µ) 7. Tank water tanks – desalination µ, µ nodexa µ Lee tanks 8. Installations for the production, transmission and distribution-µ µ electricity price and the accompanying these works, h-dreysis, telecommunications, natural gas, waste management, waste issues µ µ etc. and related facilities-9 stops. Plants Renewable Energy Sources 10 µ. Μ s base station facilities antennas tele-communications service, radio, television stations and kerai µ s mobile operator 11. Weighted average µ s rest & service 12. Associated with the urban infrastructure µ µ s installations.

Article 25 productive activities HA and average µ µ-annoyance (ChMO) 1. In the areas of production plants HA-bi and µ µ average annoyance (ChMO): 1.1. Professional low µ µ effectively workshops and low average µ-chlisis 1.2. Craft establishments HA low µ µ and average-chlisis 1.3. Bio µ µ-HA installations and average µ annoyance 1.4. Storage facilities and low µ µ lower average annoyance (buildings – stadiums) 1.5. Plants Renewable energy sources µ (RES) 1.6. Offices, Banks, insurance, business community defy interest 1.1. Care – medical offices (only primary µ µ k perithal-IDE without hospitalization) and µ only in case that the perio-universal is controlled and run by organised an institution 1.8 µ. Commitment level µ (buildings, land) without restriction µ what sho-bins and vehicle weight issues µ 1.9. Fuel Supply stations µ s and energy (y-grwn, µ s fuel gas and electricity) 1.10. Repair and maintenance of motor vehicles issues µ-normal cars, large and heavy vehicle µ µ s-, µ µ machinery works, rural issues µ µ machinery, yachts 1.11. Quick lubes car washers 1.12. Vehicle technical inspection centres µ (PTICV – KTEO) 1.13. Μ µ s etepibibasis station Media trict tion (MMM) 1.14. Weighted average µ s urban, interurban and international Leo-stretchers 1.15. R µ µ µ e goods station car numbers 1.16. Μ Elikodro IO 1.17. House for security personnel 1.18. Social welfare 1.19. Sports facilities 1.20. Focus, snack µ Fri, cafes, bars and general stores health systems legal µ µ interest in catering-leisure 1.21. Public gathering spaces, exhibition centers 1.22. Μ µ e commercial shop, shop provision µ personal services, supermarkets, polykatasti µ s-, e commercial centres, µ µ e commercial exhibitions 1.23. Business Logistics (logistics) 1.24. Temperature: incubators Business µ 1.25. Technological business support centers 1.26. Administration 1.27. Hotels and other tourist facilities-tions 1.28. Leisure and entertainment centers 2. Μ uses figures 1.17, 1.18 and 1.19 epitrepo-fied µ only on condition that they are t µ or µ s the above activities or serve the needs of workers in these µ.

3. In the above areas may be located 17 Business Parks effectively µ b, c and special types, as well as Intermediate Technology Degree µ µ Organization Agency (EPEBO) in accordance with the µ µ provisions.

Article 26 productive activities financial Consolidation Engineering µ (BiH) In already organised µ µ law receptors repre s 4468/1967, 2545/1997 and 3998/2011 allowed for their resolvability on railway engineering µ to fixed and user-ments laid down in article 27 of this law-µ.

Article 27

-Technopolis technological park (it) 1. In areas of technological park (it) epitrepo-ing: 1.1. Professional µ µ-truly HA laboratories annoyance 1.2. Craft establishments HA low µ annoyance 1.3. Bio µ µ-HA installations annoyance 1.4. Capacity 1.5. Education (only µ µ Higher education and e-reynitika centres) 1.6. Management 1.1. Offices, Banks, insurance, business community defy interest 1.1. Commitment level µ (buildings – land) up to 3.5 tonnes µ car 1.9. Fuel Supply stations µ s and energy (y-grwn, µ s fuel gas and electricity) 1.10. Laundry – car quick lubes 1.11. Housing for workers at the Park caretakers µ 1.12. Μ Elikodro IO 1.13. R µ µ µ e goods station car regulations 1.14. Logistics facilities (logistics) 1.15. Temperature: incubators Business µ 1.16. Technological business support centres 2. The µ e items 1.1, 1.2 and 1.3 uses are extremely advanced units µ µ a specific technology (such as bio-technology, information technology, µ ikroilektroniki).

Article 28 e µ µ IFL goods Center (EC) 1. In areas e µ µ epitrepo Centre for capital goods-ing all the uses referred to in article 22 (F), as well as support activities of µ µ WINS capital goods-drew the following uses: 1.1. Hotels (only µ µ d main hotel accommodation-) 1.2. Public gathering spaces 1.3 Care – medical offices (only primary µ µ k perithal-IDE without hospitalization) 2. When you design everything allowed to µ selected money-tions from articles 22 (F), 25 (ChMO) and 27 (it) propor-CA µ e the objective information form µ µ region's development provided that the uses are compatible µ µ EDF-shave.

Article 29 production facilities of high Disturbance (MOF) 1. In areas of high disturbance bio industry – biotechnology, µ-chnias, allowed: 1.1. Bio installations 1.2 µ. Craft establishments 1.3. Capacity 0.9. Professional workshops effectively 1.5 µ. Offices, Banks, insurance, business community defy interest 1.6. Commitment level µ (buildings – land) without restriction µ what sho-bins and vehicle weight issues µ 1.7. Care – medical offices (only primary µ µ k perithal-IDE without hospitalization) 1.8. Fuel Supply stations µ s and energy (y-grwn, µ s fuel gas and electricity) 1.2. Laundry – car quick lubes 1.10. Μ µ s etepibibasis station Media trict tion (MMM) 1.11. Μ Elikodro IO 1.12. Repair and maintenance of motor vehicles issues µ-normal cars, large and heavy vehicle µ µ s-, µ µ machinery works, rural issues µ µ machinery, yachts 1.13. Save (buildings – stadiums) 1.14. Dwelling on the security personnel 1.15. Social welfare 1.16. Sports facilities 1.17. Focus, snack µ Fri, cafes, bars and general stores health systems legal µ µ interest in catering – recreation 1.18. Public gathering spaces 1.19. Μ µ e commercial shop ATA 1.20. Vehicle technical inspection centres µ (KTEO, PTICV) 1.21. Weighted average µ s-international long distance buses 1.22. R µ µ µ e goods stations s cars 1.23. Logistics facilities (logistics) 2. The above figures µ 1.15 up 1.19 special uses, allowed only µ provided that a-t poteloyn µ or µ µ d bio industrial or craft instal-tastasewn or serve the needs of workers µ f-managing them.

3. In the above areas may also chwrothe-reform business parks effectively form a µ, µ µ in accordance with the relevant provisions.

Article 30 Settlements µ s () 1. In areas within the limits of settlements µ µ s (e) plithy-µ µ everything less than 2,000 inhabitants (or agglomerations µ s pre-ϋfista including µ of 1923), in which they have no fix-recorded land uses, the following uses are permitted: 1.1. Residence 1.2. Social welfare 1.3. Pre-school, primary and secondary µ robath µ k-1.4. Small sports facilities (category Α-Iv 285) 18 1.5. Religious places of 1.6. Cultural facilities total mating let µ µ assessment building up to 600 t. µ. per pitch 1.7. Μ µ e commercial shop, shop provision µ personal services, with a total surface of building up to 300 µ µ assessment t. µ. per Golf 1.8. Offices, Banks, insurance, business community defy interest, total area building up to 600 µ µ assessment t. µ. per court 1.9. Care (except Hospital funds µ) µ up to 40 beds or total building surface µ µ assessment up to 600 t. µ. per stadiums-structure 1.10. Restaurants with a total surface of building up to 300 µ µ assessment t. µ. per court 1.11. Refreshment building total surface µ µ f assessment-f 100 t. µ. per court 1.12. Hotels and tourist facilities (e-camping – Camping presumptive) 1.13. Commitment level µ (up to 3.5 tonnes µ car) 1.14. Normal vehicle repair issues µ-cars (e-xairoyntai repairers of large and heavy vehicle µ µ µ, agricultural machinery, machinery µ µ µ results p-valve) 1.15. Professional workshops and effectively µ storage facilities for µ-nuisance and low overall current-let µ µ assessment building up to 600 t. µ. per court 1.16. Administration 1.17. Fuel Supply stations µ s and energy (y-grwn, gaseous fuels and electricity µ) 2. Uses the figures µ 1.6, 1.7, 1.10, 1.11 and 1.15 may be exceeded of the total e-pitrepo µ µ added building surface, under the proϋpothe-that it is for uses associated µ e vi-Leigh, promotion and processing of local products dur-e Council µ µ sources contribution to local economic development-µ viruses or Setup uses axiopoi s the particular advantages of µ natural and culture-arts environment of agglomerations µ s as well as µ provided that set out an special µ approved spatial plan, referred to in article 8 of this law-µ. In notable, coastal, tourist and PA-radosiakoys µ s settlements allowed uses of 1.13, 1.14 and 1.17 provided for in the abovementioned specific-party spatial plan. The µ e, item 1.16, use of Self-

habitation is permitted solely and only for µ operation service assistance of the Municipalities µ or µ settlements.

Article 31 specific Areas (IX) 1. The areas of particular uses (IX) µ µ take one or more of the following purposes, which specialise in the design, or µ when the specific by-classes for their situation: 1.1. 1.2 military facilities. Plants explosives, inflammable materials 1.3. Community itiria µ and Cremation Centers 1.4. Nekroto µ 1.5 points. Shop µ reservation systems – prisons 1.6. Reception facilities for migrants µ 1.7. Car recycling 1.8. Encourage µ St 1.9. Plant exhibition space 1.10. Race cars and safety belts for µ 2. By a decision of the Minister of Environment, energy and Climatic competiti µ µ vocational change, after opinion of JV-µ SYPOThA µ to comply with this category money-ings land, may include additional uses in this category IX.

Article 32 main roads and towns (JITS) 1. In plots that have the face to the main road network of cities may determine the mean time third-uses: 1.1. Residence 1.2. Embassies 1.3. Social welfare 0.9. Education except higher µ a 1.5. Sports other than major sports facilities 1.6 µ. Culture number µ 1.7. Religion 1.8. Agencies 1.9. Μ µ e commercial shop ATA 1.10. Bakeries 1.11. Shop provision of personal services µ 1.12. Focus, snack µ Fri, cafes, bars and general stores health systems legal µ µ interest in catering – recreation, except clubs 1.13. Commitment level µ (land and buildings motor vehicles-commitment level µ µ µ schemes up to 3.5 tonnes) 1.14. Hotels 1.15. Care: Primary Care Units µ k Es okatharsis µ and private clinics without hospitalization.
2. As the main roads for the purposes of PA-µ up means for the region of Attica and unique monument-lonikis the primary and secondary axes of µ and master plan for the other cities the Le-wforoi and the primary arteries of approved General Data Engineering µ µ legal Projects.

Article 33 transitional provisions Chapter Ii 1. From the entry into force of this approval or α-nathewrisi of approved µ, µ financial engineering projects follow the provisions hereof.

2. Pending µ s, when publication of this law µ µ, approval procedures or updated GIS or µ SChOOAP, without prejudice to the provisions of article 13A, as for the land application of µ the provisions of this chapter. For the purposes of the paru River µ-you needed a special report in which antistoichizo-ing in proportion to the anticipated µ µ to each land use study from 23.2.1987 Presidential Decree µ (Iv 166) µ e land use of this law µ. Flat-e-exclude the above pending µ s teachings-ing processes or modify or GUP SChOOAP implement the µ proϋfista µ provisions under the following condition-tions: s) have completed the procedures for consulting the B2 phase of study and µ b) issued a decision of the relevant Public School Certificate Council Council µ µ µ whereby this rule on the EPI-hoose due to forthcoming proposed risk financial loss µ µ atodo-tisis from ESPA.

19 3. a) µ s pending, when publication of this law µ µ, approval procedures or modify legal Studies Engineering-µ, µ is without prejudice to the provisions of article 13A, µ is continuing with the provisions of this chapter as follows: AA) adjustment justified their application specific µ exhibition-in which Tek µ demonstrated the antistoichi analogy-land use of estimates in each µ µ gel-from Presidential Decree 23.2.1987 µ (Iv 166) µ e land use of this law µ th.
BB) µ out post for the information of interested µ µ µ osthenta adaptation in elements of µ study, SG) issued a positive opinion opinion of µ µ relevant floor-ganoy (SYPOThA or KESYPOThA) for the adjustment of µ the aforementioned items of study µ.
b) exceptionally of the above outstanding µ s approval procedures or modify legal Studies Engineering µ µ-threatening topped with µ proϋfista µ provisions under the relevant conditions referred to below µ: AA) issued a decision of the relevant Public School Certificate Council Council µ µ µ whereby it shall rule justified µ f-for particular reasons integration of µ gel-µ µ proϋfista the provisions and BB) delivered opinions on the µ µ competent organ (SYPOThA or KESYPOThA).
4. In the legal planning engineering µ µ and the specified-in µ what land use categories in articles 15 to 18 (residential areas) may be imposed restrictions and prohibitions as µ s to install some data uses as µ specifically provided for in those articles.

5. In the legal planning engineering µ µ and the specified-in µ what land use categories of articles 19 to 31 possible definition of µ the land uses that are permitted, in accordance with µ µ e these articles, apagoreyo-ing or allow µ e terms, limitations and conditions for µ-µ participant after full documentation in the relevant documentation µ µ gel-the.

6. The article uses 30 µ e l ' entrée en vigueur du présent, µ µ defined decision and to temporarily Hou-µ, µ s (e) subject to what any particular area as µ-ristikwn provisions established the µ-scoping decision agglomerations µ. With the µ defined what chrise s land area within the boundaries of settlements number µ EPI-routed, if documented from Valencia demonstrated µ µ µ legal planning everything in t µ or µ µ agglomerations of regulation be defined uses of articles 15, 16, 17, 19, 20 and 21 of the similar-DOS.

7. Of the publication ofthis µ in plots µ e person on main roads like this peri-written in paragraph 2 of article 32 that have been created when µ µ publication of this, for the

cases that in such places have been designated uses (a) µ igoys residence, based from 23.2.1987 pre-anal fin Decree µ (Iv 166) or of the Presidential Decree-system 81/80 µ (Α΄ 27) or exclusive residence based on Ba-silikwn and presidential Diatag µ, issued delegated of # Decree µ µ d-mains of 17.3.1923, allowed most of the existing and uses µ e items 1.2 and 1.8 of article 32 of the present. In cases of uses µ e item 1.8. «offices» shall be compatible µ µ Council with the main use of the dwelling.

8. Where primary and secondary arteries of the existing General Financial Engineering Projects, µ µ µ treasure including IP-µ the areas of µ de providers-DIO of Attica and Thessaloniki, has been determined using the General residence pursuant to Presidential Decree 23.2.1987 of µ (Iv 166) or of presidential decree 81/System 80 µ (1st 27), while in the opposite Building fixed using a µ igoys residence above the presidential cross-tag issues µ , in the plots that have face on Arti-tion here and setting use a µ µ igoys residence, j-are valid µ µ public publication of this article uses 32.

9. In the areas referred to in articles 8, 9, 7, 5, and 6 of the Presidential Decree 23.2.1987 of µ (Iv 166) of µ-publication of this, along with the µ land uses provided for by existing GIS and SChOOAP effect s and land uses provided for in articles 19, 21, 22, 25 and 29 of this law, µ µ d and even in cases where the site has honoured engineering µ.

10. As a residence for the purposes of applying this mean µ-Tai: building that provides places at least for sleeping, dramatic hygiene and cleanness µ, µ µ for permanent or seasonal residents by resident µ, namely: a) Houses, b) Bi-plokatoikies and c) Buildings by sharing µ µ. Pesky attaches-allowed to use residential premises used for µ exercise profession µ µ, accessible system to the primary use of the building, such as free professional redesign µ. The e-exclude this applies where the exercise profession µ wants system-Yes permissible by the rules of building µ, not DFA-therein shall be prohibited from existing provisions on hygiene and a-keeping and situated within the permanently µ µ th residence thereof who exercises his profession free µ s.

Article 34 article 12 of law No. 4250/2014 (a ' 74) is amended as follows: ' in paragraphs 1 and 2, the words "30 June 2014" shall be replaced with the phrase ' µ 30 September November 2014 ' µ. In paragraph 3 the date µ µ reins ' 30.6.2014» á-ntikathistatai µ e the µ µ ' date 30.9.2014 date ". In the PA-ragrafo 5 ' 1 July 2014 "shall be replaced with the phrase ' µ 1 October 2014". In the case of (b) in paragraph 5 the phrase "1 August 2014» anti-becomes µ e ' 1 Nov November 2014 ' µ. In IP-riptwsi III of paragraph 5 the phrase "1 September µ r-th 2014" shall be replaced with the phrase ' µ 1 December November 2014 ' µ '.

20 Article 35 the validity hereof begins of Journal publication in the µ µ of Government unless more specifically-hours provisions specified otherwise.

21 Athens, 2014 the President of VOULIS EVANGELOS-VASSILIOS i. MEΪMARAKIS the Secretary-General of VOULIS SERVICES O KOINOBOYLEYTIKOY PROJECT MANAGEMENT GENERAL ATHANASIOS d. PAPAIOANNOU ATHANASSIOS K. THEODOROPOULOS