Rules On The Criteria To Determine Compensatory Measures European Importance Of Protected Natural Areas (Natura 2000) Network, The Application Procedures And Requirements For Long-Term Monitoring Plan Development And Implementation

Original Language Title: Noteikumi par kritērijiem, pēc kuriem nosakāmi kompensējošie pasākumi Eiropas nozīmes aizsargājamo dabas teritoriju (Natura 2000) tīklam, to piemērošanas kārtību un prasībām ilgtermiņa monitoringa plāna izstrādei un ieviešanai

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Read the untranslated law here: https://www.vestnesis.lv/ta/id/140198

Cabinet of Ministers Regulations No. 594 in Riga on July 18, 2006 (pr. No 38 22. §) rules on the criteria to determine compensatory measures European importance of protected natural areas (Natura 2000) network, the application procedures and requirements for long-term monitoring plan development and implementation, Issued in accordance with the law "on especially protected natural territories" in article 44, the second paragraph of rule 1 defines criteria for determination of compensatory measures European importance of protected natural areas (Natura 2000) network (hereinafter referred to as compensatory measures) compensatory measures, application procedures and requirements for long-term monitoring plan development and implementation. 2. the criteria for determining compensatory measure: 2.1 the measures provide the same species or habitats, which adversely affects or perform the action for the implementation of programming documents, to the same extent as the proposed action or implementation of the programming document;
2.2. measures are not interchangeable with the environmental damage incurred damages due to money. 3. the conditions for determining compensatory measure: 3.1. measures not directly necessary for carrying out activities or for the implementation of programming documents;
3.2. measures do not replace the environmental impact assessment of alternative assessments, environmental protection laws and regulatory requirements;
3.3. measures not directly related to environmental legislation requirements of the species or Habitat in favourable conservation status, as well as not directly related to the requirements of the laws of nature;
3.4. activities not directly connected with the European interest is protecting the natural areas of the jam (Natura 2000) (hereinafter referred to as a Natura 2000 site). 4. Suggested measures shall be implemented no later than the time when launching or perform the action for the implementation of programming documents. 5. The agent or developer of the programming document shall apply at least one of the following compensatory measures: 5.1. actions provided for in the programming document or the affected part of the Natura 2000 sites in close proximity to (near) the existing portion of the territory after ecological parameters is equivalent to the Natura 2000 areas affected;
5.2. new Natura 2000 sites, corresponding to the actions provided for in the programming document or the affected part of the Natura 2000 site and affected species or Habitat ecological parameters, elsewhere in the territory of Latvia;
5.3. the species or habitat restoration activities to ensure the intended activities or planning document for the affected species or habitat conservation the equivalent extent (number of specimens or deposits, Habitat area), existing Natura 2000 sites. 6. At the proposal of the compensatory measures envisaged or planning document proposing developer develop compensatory measure long-term monitoring plan that provides for at least piecusgad to the newly created monitoring Natura 2000 sites or parts or species or habitat restoration measures, in order to assess whether the chosen balance the compensatory measures envisaged or planning document would create negative changes. 7. The agent or developer of the programming document proposals for compensatory measures coordinated with the appropriate written guarantees to local authorities and land owners, which will affect the compensatory measures. 8. The agent or developer of the programming document proposals for compensatory measures and long-term monitoring plan shall be submitted to the environmental protection administration. The management of nature protection month assess compensatory measure compliance activities or the NASA document programming adverse impacts and balancing long-term Monito ring plan and decide on compensatory measures and long-term monitoring plan approval. Of the decision concerning nature protection authority in writing within three working days, inform the agent or developer of the programming document. 9. The agent or developer of the programming document, this provision in paragraph 6 and 7 these steps taken, if in accordance with Cabinet of Ministers decision or activity provided for in the programming document is the only solution in the interests of major importance to society (social or economic interest) needs. 10. the annual monitoring survey results of long-term monitoring plan shall be submitted within the time limit set in the nature protection sector evaluation and opinion. If the monitoring survey shows that the selected offset interpretative measures do not balance the actions provided for in the programming document or the negative impact, the environmental protection administration asked to redesign and implement the measures suggested them, while also redesigning a long-term monitoring plan and extending for at least five years. Long term monitoring plan is bound by the actions of the agent or developer of the programming document, commitment and successors. Informative reference to European Union directive rules included provisions deriving from Council of Europe 21 May 1992 Directive 92/43/EEC on the conservation of natural habitats and of wild fauna and flora. Prime Minister a. Halloween Environment Minister r. vējonis