The Order In Which Measurable Impact On European Interest Specially Protected Natural Areas (Natura 2000)

Original Language Title: Kārtība, kādā novērtējama ietekme uz Eiropas nozīmes īpaši aizsargājamo dabas teritoriju (Natura 2000)

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Cabinet of Ministers Regulations No. 300 in Riga in 2011 on April 19 (Mon. No 26 20) order in which a measurable impact on European interest specially protected natural areas (Natura 2000) Issued in accordance with the law "on environmental impact assessment" in the second paragraph of article 4.1, the seventh paragraph of article 20 and article 7.2 and 23.5 law "About specially protected natural areas" in article 44, the fourth part i. General questions 1. determines: 1.1. procedure to assess the impact of the activities of European interest specially protected natural areas (Natura 2000) (hereinafter referred to as a Natura 2000 site) that is required for the implementation of environmental impact assessment;
1.2. in its report on the application of the compensatory measure content, as well as the order in which the message is sent to the European Commission.
1.3. requirements for communications that must be submitted to the Cabinet of Ministers for a decision on the proposed activity or the implementation of the programming document.
2. Impact on Natura 2000 sites assessed in the light of the intended activity (alone or in combination with other activities) affect a Natura 2000 area and its ecological functions, integrity and creation and protection, based on this rule 9.3, 9.4, 9.5 and 9.6. impact assessment referred to in the criteria.
II. the effects of the preparation Conditions on Natura 2000 sites assessment 3. proposing activities (hereinafter referred to as the proponent) month after environmental monitoring national Office (hereinafter the Office) the decision on the need to assess the impact of activities on Natura 2000 sites effective date requested in writing to the Office, the conditions under which to impact on Natura 2000 sites (hereinafter referred to as the scoring conditions).
4. the Office within one month of receipt of the request of the agent shall prepare and forward to the proposed evaluation conditions. The conditions include the requirements of evaluation impact on Natura 2000 sites evaluation report (evaluation report) preparation under this provision, paragraph 9, and an indication of the institutions and bodies with which the need to consult before the evaluation report prepared by the Office for his opinion. The Office has the right to impose additional requirements for inclusion in the evaluation report under the proposed action and the impact of the Natura 2000 area.
5. developing terms of evaluation, the Office is entitled to call on experts, as well as to request additional information from the proponent.
6. evaluation conditions are valid for a period of five years. Prosecutors repeatedly required to issue the assessment conditions if it has expired, but the report is not filed in the Office.
III. Impact on Natura 2000 sites, the contents of the evaluation report, its preparation and public information 7. The impact on Natura 2000 sites assessment, take into account the Natura 2000 standard data form the territory specified in the information, and uses the latest available information on specially protected species and habitats for which the favourable conservation status for Natura 2000 in the appropriate area.
8. If the information are inadequate to conduct an assessment in accordance with these provisions, the initiator uses the information from the expert opinion of the Natura 2000 area concerned. The opinion of the species and habitats in the area of defence prepares the certified experts in this area by species or Habitat assessed the season made the results of the survey. Expenditure on expert work carried out impact on Natura 2000 sites, the evaluation shall be borne by the proponent.
9. The assessment report shall contain the following information: 9.1. Natura 2000 sites description summary: 9.1.1. location, size, number, and card (according to the scale), which clearly depicts a Natura 2000 site;
9.1.2. the establishment of the Natura 2000 site and protection objectives;
9.1.3. the factors that already before the implementation of the actions foreseen negative effect on Natura 2000 sites or potential impact area in the part of the existing natural values;
9.1.4. patterns and interactions that determine the value of nature to the existence of Natura 2000 sites (for example, according to the hydrological regime, the existing species movement corridors);
9.1.5. the importance of the territory of the Natura 2000 network in the country and the unity of the biogeographical region;
9.2. for transactions and all possible solutions for its description of the site and the types of technology to be used, as well as the possible direct, indirect and secondary effects on Natura 2000 sites, based on the following: 9.2.1. all possible action for the implementation of the site (add map (scale 1:10 000 or other appropriate level), which are to be considered as represented in the implementation of the action envisaged, and indicate the address and real estate cadastre numbers If any), indicating their choices. If the action is planned to take the Republic of Latvia, the internal maritime waters, territorial sea or exclusive economic zone, map submitted to the smaller scale and indicates the location coordinates – ellipsoidal coordinates (geographical) 1984 the World Geodetic System (WGS 84) (if the operation is expected to take Latvian territorial sea or exclusive economic zone) or by plane coordinates the Latvian coordinate system FAS 92 TM (if the operation is expected to take the Republic of Latvia, the internal marine waters);
9.2.2. Description of all possible solutions for the technology (invoking choice);
9.2.3. actions required for the implementation of land area;
9.2.4. the distance in kilometers from the possible to the implementation of the Natura 2000 area of the border (where the intended activity to be implemented outside the Natura 2000 areas) or specially protected species and habitats occur in Natura 2000 sites;
9.2.5. the intended operation requires natural resources (such as water) and their use;
9.2.6. emissions of pollutants into air, water and soil (including contaminants, their quantity and concentration), odours, noise, vibration, light, heat, radiation;
9.2.7. physical changes that will occur during the implementation of the action for the site (for example, the resulting mineral, felled trees, changes in the hydrological regime, with building-laden area);
9.2.8. the transport and infrastructure requirements (for example, the required access roads or other infrastructure, transport intensity and season);
9.2.9. actions required for the implementation of the construction progress and duration;
9.3. the information on the impact of specially protected species and habitats, on the basis of the following criteria: 9.3.1. specially protected habitats, their vulnerability, the degree of protection and conservation and restoration capabilities, their area (based on the latest available information), as well as their conservation status assessment;
9.3.2. specially protected species, population size (including in relation to population size of the country as a whole), the degree of isolation of the population relative to other populations of the same species and the natural distribution of the species as a whole (based on latest available information), as well as their conservation status assessment;
9.3.3. specially protected species and their habitats, specific areas of vulnerability, the degree of protection and conservation and regeneration;
9.4. all actions and this provision 9.2 solution referred to in point (for operating the site and the types of technology used) evaluation of effects on Natura 2000 sites, its ecological function, integrity and creation and protection objectives, based on the following criteria and according to the rules referred to in annex table 1 information: 9.4.1. specially protected habitat or species habitat area;
9.4.2. specially protected species population density;
9.4.3. specially protected habitat or species habitat fragmentation;
9.4.4. disorder (e.g., noise, light) specially protected species;
new item 9.4.5. specially protected habitat or species Habitat isolation (separation) from others in the same habitats or species habitats;
9.4.6. changes in the specially protected habitat or species habitat quality (its structures and functions);
9.4.7. changes in patterns and interactions that determine the structure of a Natura 2000 area and functions;
9.5. all activities provided for cumulative effects (in relation to other activities) identification and description (including the information in accordance with this provision for table 2 in annex), as well as assessment according to this rule 9.4. criteria referred to in point and indicators;
9.6. the potential risks (for example, pollution spill) estimates relating to the proposed action (alone or in combination with other activities) and which could have a negative effect on Natura 2000 sites, the establishment and objectives of the protection, the ecological function and integrity;
9.7. a reasoned description of their intended impacts or effects of the action sequences, which, according to this provision, 9.4 and 9.5 9.6. the assessment referred to in:

9.7.1. will or could have a significant negative effect on Natura 2000 sites, its ecological function, integrity and protection and use;
9.7.2. the scale and significance of effects on Natura 2000 sites, its ecological function, integrity and protection and use are not known. In such cases, according to the precautionary principle assumes that the impact will be substantial;
9.8. the reasons why action needs to be implemented in any case (in accordance with the results of the assessment activities impact on Natura 2000 sites, its ecological function, integrity and creation and protection objectives will be significantly negative) to provide: 9.8.1. significant public interest (social or economic interest) needs (if you do not have a European Union priority species or habitats);
9.8.2. public health interests are met;
9.8.3. satisfy the interests of public safety;
9.8.4. environmental interests are met;
9.8.5. other overriding public interests are met;
9.9. the measures envisaged to reduce the negative impacts, technological and other solutions to prevent or reduce the adverse effects of the grounds under this provision of the annex tables 3 and 4, the conditions laid down in the timetable for the implementation of the measures, as well as the monitoring plan;
9.10. for compensatory measures, if any, shall be determined in accordance with the law "On especially protected natural territories" as their reasons for selecting according to this provision of the annex in tables 4 and 5 the conditions and timetable for the implementation of the measures, as well as the monitoring plan;
9.11. the envisaged impact assessment carried out by the expert opinion;
9.12. list of information sources used.
10. the proponent shall prepare an assessment report. On the basis of the evaluation report, after consultation with the environmental protection administration on the information available to the public shall prepare an assessment report for public consultation, not included in the assessment report limited availability information. That the evaluation report did not specify the information, the disclosure of which could harm especially protected species or specially protected habitat in favourable conservation status and could increase the likelihood of damage to the environment.
11. After the preparation of the assessment report proposing: 11.1 or its authorized person's homepage on the internet assessment report that contains no restricted access information, and a statement prepared in accordance with the provisions of article 15;
11.2. the Office shall be submitted electronically or in the form of electronic document assessment report that contains restricted access information, and notification of the assessment report;
11.3. submit to the municipality in whose administrative territory is scheduled for action (hereinafter the municipality), in the form of paper documents as well as electronic or electronic document in the form of an assessment report that contains no restricted access information, and notification of the assessment report;
11.4. after the submission of the assessment report in the relevant authorities within three working days, submit for publication in at least one local government spending or other local newspaper announcement of the evaluation report;
11.5. the evaluation report shall inform the individual real estate owners (proprietors), whose real estate bordering the territory of the action envisaged;
11.6. the notice of the assessment report drawn up placed in public places (for example, library, post office or to the municipal Bulletin Board).
12. the notice of the assessment report drawn up by the Bureau on its homepage on the internet, providing also the link to the agent or of the person's home page on the internet where available, assessment reports, which do not contain restricted access information.
13. the municipality notice of the assessment report drawn up on its homepage on the internet and ensure that the assessment report that contains no restricted access information is available to the public.
14. it is the responsibility of the Sponsor to ascertain public opinion, promoting their participation in the evaluation report of the public consultation process, which can affect the intended action.
15. This provision 11, 12 and 13 in the communication referred to in paragraph 1 shall contain at least the following information: 15.1. actions provided for the name and location;
15.2. trigger (the name of a natural person or a legal person of the company, registration number);
15.3. date of decision by the Office on the impact on Natura 2000 sites the need assessment, the assessment report prepared by the name, the date of preparation;
15.4. the evaluation report preparers;
15.5. the public consultation meeting time and place;
15.6. the time and place where the public can familiarize themselves with the assessment report that contains no restricted access information, and other documents relating to the transaction;
15.7. the time limit (not less than 30 days from the date of publication of the notice), to which the public may submit to the sponsor and the Office written proposals or views;
15.8. agents and Office address, telephone number, electronic mail address, or of the person's home address on the internet.
16. every person after that provision in paragraph 11 that the publication of the notice, be entitled to send in writing to the agent and the Bureau proposal (including appropriate laws and regulations of the prepared electronic form of the document) or views on the assessment report.
17. the Agent shall organise the evaluation report of the public consultation meeting not earlier than seven days after the provision of the notification referred to in paragraph 11 of the municipal costs of publication or in another local newspaper and no later than 10 days before the company's deadline for submission of proposals.
18. Information on the proposed activity, the assessment report that contains no restricted access information, information about the evaluation report of the public consultation meeting and materials it needs moderates in agreement with the local government deployed the Municipal Council building and the county or city administration, as well as in other public places at least seven days before the public consultation meetings.
19. The public consultation meeting required materials and copies of the documents drawn up by the agent.
20. the Bureau, the municipal, conservation authority and national environment service regional environmental administration participates in the evaluation report of the public consultation meeting.
21. the proponent shall ensure that the provisions referred to in paragraph 17 would be open to the public meeting time and place. Agent controls the meeting, give them information about the intended action and ensure its recording. Public consultation during the present meeting has the right to comment, ask questions and receive reasoned responses.
22. the Agent within three working days after public consultation meetings sent the minutes of the meeting of the Bureau and the relevant authorities, as well as on its authorized person or website on the internet. Everyone has the right of the meeting within seven days following the public consultation meetings to submit proposed adding to the Protocol Office and individual views on the public consultation meeting addressed the issues.
23. the initiator shall ensure access to information on the proposed activity (including other institutions give opinions about the intended action, as well as environmental information, proposing the limited availability information) after the public consultation meetings to an opinion of the Bureau on the assessment report.
24. the proponent when assessing companies and institutions submitted proposals and the outcome of the public consultation, clarify the assessment report. Assessment report specified in addition to the provisions referred to in paragraph 9 shall include the information in the report on public participation and public proposals submitted.
25. the report on public participation and public proposals submitted shall contain the following information: 25.1. public participation measures;
25.2. the publication and copies of the notice (including information about individual information);
25.3. the proposals submitted in writing, indicating, or submitted proposals are taken into account, as well as specifying the reasons for the proposals submitted are not taken into account;
15.8. firm and institution in writing a copy of the proposal;
25.5. the minutes of the meeting of the public consultation and the attached copy of the application.
26. If the activities planned for the Republic of Latvia in internal waters or territorial sea the sea, public consultation takes place in cooperation with the coastal municipalities, which are laid down pursuant to the laws and regulations on the procedures to assess the impact on the environment:

26.1. the provision in paragraph 11.3, paragraph 22, 29.3., 35.3 and 25.5. information referred to in the documents submitted to the coastal municipalities;
26.2. this rule 11.4. and 41.3. the notification referred to in paragraph shall be published in at least one edition of the coastal municipalities or other local newspaper;
26.3. this rule 13, 31 and 36 and the information referred to in this provision the opinion referred to in paragraph 42 of the coastal municipality on its homepage on the internet;
26.4. the evaluation report referred to in the provisions of the public consultations organised by the coastal municipalities. Public information materials necessary to deploy the coastal Municipal Council building.
27. If the action for fully or partially planned in Latvia's exclusive economic zone, public information is taking place in cooperation with the Ministry of economy: 27.1. this rule 11.3., 22, 29.3., 35.3 and 25.5. referred to information and documents shall be submitted to the Ministry of the economy, but this rule 11.4. and 41.3. the notification referred to in paragraph shall be published in the newspaper "Gazette";
27.2.13 of these regulations, 31 and 36 and that the information referred to in paragraph 42 of the rules of that opinion of the Ministry of economy on its homepage on the internet;
27.3. the evaluation report referred to in the provisions of the public consultations organised and public information materials necessary to deploy the economic Ministry's specific location.
28. If the action for fully or partially planned in Latvia's exclusive economic zone, the evaluation report of the public consultation meeting, participating in the Office of the Ministry of economy, Department of nature protection and national environment service regional environmental administration.
IV. The order in which the Office will provide an opinion on the evaluation report by Proposing 29. evaluation report: public consultation 29.1. the assessment report shall be submitted to the Office within the specified pursuant to this provision, paragraph 24 and 25, and the notice of the assessment report drawn up in accordance with paragraph 38 of these rules, in the form of paper documents as well as electronic document or electronic form;
29.2. Insert the evaluation report, the limited availability of information and communication on the assessment report or his authorized person's homepage on the internet;
29.3. notice of the electronic transmission of assessment reports by the respective local authority.
30. the Office notice of an assessment report on its homepage on the internet, providing also the link to the agent or of the person's home page on the internet where available, assessment reports, which do not contain restricted access information.
31. the municipality received notification of an assessment report on its homepage on the internet.
32. the Bureau, when preparing the opinion of the evaluation report (opinion), if necessary, the assessment report, the evaluation may invite experts or send an assessment report national institutions according to their competence, as well as to request additional information from the proponent. Public interest, including the interests of social or economic interest, the Evaluation Office of the security assessment report is sent to the Ministry of Economy, the Ministry of transport or Health Ministry according to their competence. If the evaluation assessment reports and findings, the Office has the necessary call in experts, outside experts will cover the cost of the services delivered according to the public provided paid services price list before the Office gives its opinion on the report. The evaluation report evaluation of the species and habitat protection in the area invited the Office certified experts.
33. the Office shall evaluate the assessment report and submitted: 33.1. If necessary, the preparation of a written opinion to provide proposals to the evaluation report proposing the gaps;
33.2. If it is found that it does not meet the conditions for the assessment, the requirements of the laws or do not take into account the Office's written proposal in relation to the assessment report, the evaluation report sent to the processing agent, indicating the inevitable failures, as well as, if necessary, ask the agent to provide information to the public and to hold a public consultation meeting. In this case, the proponent assessment report is processed according to the provisions in chapter III.
34. in the period until receipt of the information requested is not included in the opinion of the assessment reports.
35. the proponent that, according to paragraph 33 of these rules specify the evaluation report submitted to the Office of: 21.8. the current version of the assessment report and the notice of the assessment report, the current version of the paper as well as electronic form or electronic form of the document;
35.2. Insert the current version of the assessment report, the limited availability of information and communication on the current version of the assessment report or its authorized person's homepage on the internet;
35.3. submitted to the respective authorities in the current version of the assessment report, the limited availability of information and communication on the current version of the assessment report in the form of paper documents as well as electronic or electronic document.
36. the municipality received notice of the current version of the assessment report on its homepage on the internet.
37. the Office prepared a statement on the current version of the assessment report on its homepage on the internet, providing also the link to the agent or of the person's home page on the internet where available the assessment report of the hot version, which contains no restricted access information.
38. This provision 29., 30, 31, 35, 36 and 37 of the notice referred to in paragraph 1 the assessment report shall contain at least the following information: 23.7. Action for the name and location;
38.2. the proponent (the name of a natural person or a legal person of the company, registration number);
38.3. the date of the decision of the Office to the area of impact assessment;
23.9. the evaluation report prepared by the name, the date of preparation and the assessment report (also the updated version of the assessment report) date of filing office;
38.5. the evaluation report preparers;
24.0. agent's address, telephone number, electronic mail address, or of the person's home address on the internet.
39. the Office shall issue an opinion on the evaluation report, the law "on environmental impact assessment" within the prescribed period.
40. the Office's opinion on the evaluation report shall include the following information: 24.9. actions provided for the name and address of the location (address);
40.2. the action for the agent (the name of a natural person or a legal person of the company, registration number);
40.3. the evaluation report preparers;
25.1. date of submission of the assessment report of the Office;
25.2. the legal provisions on which the basis of the opinion issued (including the legislative article, part of it, a point or a point);
40.6. affected European interest the specially protected natural areas (Natura 2000) name, category and code;
40.7. brief description of the action envisaged;
25.4. the action for the implementation of important negative effects on Natura 2000 sites, its ecological function, integrity and protection and uses for the description, specifying separately and describing the negative impact on the European Union's priority species and habitats (based on the rules referred to in paragraph 9 assessment criteria);
25.4. Summary of the alternative solutions considered, including reasons why none of them are recognized as appropriate;
40.10. reason and rationale for why a summary action or planning document to be implemented in any case, in order to ensure: a significant public interest 40.10.1. (also social or economic interest) needs (if you do not have a European Union priority species or habitats);
40.10.2. the public health interests are met;
40.10.3. public security interests are met;
40.10.4. environmental protection interests are met;
40.10.5. other overriding public interests are met;
40.11. Summary of impacts and reducing the compensatory measures;
34.64. assess documentation;
40.13. Action for the assessment process the collected stakeholder views and arguments (including the results of the public consultation);
40.14. the conditions under which the action is intended to be implemented, or the reasons why it is not allowed, including information about the Cabinet's decision and the opinion of the European Commission, if any, required under the 45 and 46 of these regulations. ".
41. the Office of evaluation of the opinion of the reporting: 25.5. send (in paper form or electronic form, as well as electronic document) its opinion on the proposed assessment reports and the relevant municipality;
41.2. within three working days, as well as place it in the assessment report that contains no restricted access information on your homepage on the internet;

41.3. published in at least one edition of the municipality or other local newspapers in the notification that is provided in the opinion on the evaluation report, and informed of the possibility to get acquainted with that opinion and assessment report that contains no restricted access information.
42. the municipality in accordance with the provisions of section 41.1. the received opinion on the evaluation report within three working days of its homepage on the internet.
43. the opinion of the evaluation report is in effect the law "on environmental impact assessment" period.
44. The evaluation report that do not contain restricted availability information, or of the person's home page on the internet is available not less than one year.
V. information requirements the message about the intended action or planning document and report on the implementation of compensatory measures, as well as the procedure for a report on the application of the compensatory measure sent to the European Commission 45. If, in accordance with the assessment report prepared by the agent or developer submitting the environmental report or action for the implementation of programming documents significantly adverse effects on Natura 2000 sites, but the intended action or planning document is the only solution to meet important public interests (social or economic interests), or for the implementation of the activities will have a negative impact on the territory of the present European Union priority species or habitats, but the intended operation is the only solution and need public health , public safety or protection of the environment, in the interest of the Office: 45.1. within three weeks of the receipt of the assessment report is prepared and submitted to the environmental protection and regional development Ministry of informational messages and the order of the Cabinet of Ministers a draft decision on the action. Environmental protection and regional development Minister two weeks information report and the draft order submitted by the Cabinet of Ministers for decision;
45.2. two weeks sends information report to the European Commission, where the under Cabinet of Ministers decision or activity provided for in the programming document is the only solution and necessary in the public interest referred to in paragraph 1 are met.
46. Where, in accordance with the assessment report prepared by the agent or developer submitting the environmental report or action for the implementation of programming documents significantly negatively affect a Natura 2000 area in the European Union priority species or habitats, but the intended action or planning document is the only solution and need another overriding interests of the public (with the exception of public health, public safety or protection of the environment), Office: 46.1. within three weeks of the receipt of the assessment report is prepared and submitted to the environmental protection and regional development and the Ministry of information report The order of the Cabinet of Ministers a draft decision on the action. Environmental protection and regional development Minister two weeks information report and the draft order submitted by the Cabinet of Ministers for decision;
46.2. the two weeks after the Cabinet's decision, according to the law "on especially protected natural territories" sends a message to the European Commission for an opinion, in accordance with the decision of the Cabinet of Ministers for action or planning document is the only solution and the need to meet the other overriding public interests.
47. the report of the Cabinet for a decision shall contain the following information: 29.3. affected Natura 2000 territory name, code, category, and a map on an appropriate scale, which clearly depicts a Natura 2000 site;
47.2. a summary of the proposed action, or planning and environmental review documents;
47.3. the action for the implementation of programming document or a significant negative effect on Natura 2000 sites, its ecological function, integrity and creation and protection objectives and description, distinguishing and describing significant negative impact on the European Union's priority species and habitats;
47.4. a summary of the discussed alternative solutions, including the reasons why none of them are recognized as appropriate;
29.5. reason and justification of why the details of the intended action or planning document: 47.5.1. interests of major importance to society (social or economic interest) needs (if you do not have a European Union priority species or habitats);
47.5.2. in the interests of public health needs;
47.5.3. interests of public safety needs;
47.5.4. meeting the interests of environmental protection;
47.5.5. other overriding public interests are met;
29.6. the impact of reducing planned and compensatory measures, their selection and deployment schedule, as well as measures for monitoring plan;
29.6. summary evaluation report of the results of the public consultation, including a summary of the proposals received and feedback.
48. The report of the European Commission to include this rule 47 the information referred to in paragraph (except for the information referred to in paragraph 29.6.), as well as an indication of whether the message is for informational purposes or as necessary for the European Commission for an opinion.
VI. final question 49. Be declared unenforceable in the Cabinet of Ministers on 6 June 2006, the provisions of no. 455 "order in which measurable impact on European interest specially protected natural areas (Natura 2000)" (Latvian journal, 2006, nr. 90; 2009, nr. 187).
Prime Minister v. dombrovsky environmental protection and regional development Minister r. vējonis annex Cabinet 19 April 2011 regulations no 300, the information to be included in the assessment report in accordance with the provisions of chapter III of table 1 impact assessment criteria and appropriate indicators examples no PO box
Criteria for the appropriate examples of indicators the indicator quantitative indicators or trends identified (for example, not changing or shrinking, growing) notes 1. Specially protected habitat or species, habitats or species in the area of Habitat Habitat area change (ha) and the ratio (in%) against: 1) Habitat or species habitat area for the Natura 2000 area concerned;
2) Habitat or species habitat area of Natura 2000 sites in Latvia as a whole;
3) Habitat or species habitat areas in the country as a whole;
4 Habitat or species) Habitat area of the Natura 2000 network in the European Union overall, 2. Specially protected species population density changes in population density 3. Specially protected habitat or species habitat fragmentation Fragmentation degree of continuity or consistency, relative to the initial position 4. Nuisance especially protected species duration or continuity, the distance from the territory 5. Specially protected habitat or species Habitat isolation (isolation) from others in the same habitats or species Habitat Isolation (isolation) grade 6. changes in the specially protected habitat or species habitat quality (then characteristic structures and functions) the relative change in the hydrological regime, the relative changes in the most appropriate chemical parameters in water, changes of mode or scale in the pal, the changes in the volume of krital forest, the changes in natural species (such as the balance of plant community species), changes in the cover of trees and shrubs, changes in Habitat, the species composition and describes other changes 7. changes in patterns and interaction that determines the structure and functions of the territory, the degree of Fragmentation, continuity or continuity , relative to the initial position, the relative changes in the hydrological regime, the relative changes in the most appropriate chemical parameters in water, changes of mode or scale in the pal and other changes to table 2 cumulative impacts identification and description, no PO box
Evaluation steps step 1. Implemented all the plan and project identification, which can mutually interact to identify all possible causes of the effects of the action envisaged (sources) together with other environment impacts of existing sources, as well as all other activities potential impacts 2. impact identification to identify the types of impacts (e.g., noise, changes in the hydrological regime, the chemical pollution) that may have an impact on those areas of the structure and function of who are sensitive to changes in the Assessment of border demarcation 3. determine the spatial boundaries of the cumulative effects assessment. Different types of effects can be different spatial boundaries (such as impacts related to water resources, noise) and can include remote (off-site) of 4. Cumulation of the path identification to identify the possible cumulation of paths (for example, through the water, through the air; the accumulation of impacts in space and time). To assess the State of the territory to determine where and what sensitive territory structures and functions aspects are at risk table 3 impact reducing measures no PO box
Impact absorbing the event name

Information on whether the impact the action will not lead to reducing negative impact on the integrity of a Natura 2000 area information on how measures envisaged will reduce negative impacts on the integrity of a Natura 2000 area information on implementing measures and the implementation of measures on how the measures will ensure planned results information on time schedule, which is consistent with the implementation of the action provided for in the measures which will be implemented to explain measures reducing the impact of surveillance (monitoring) process as well as how it will address the question, if the measure reducing the impact does not provide projected results 1.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
2. table 4 tutorials on impact absorbing and compensatory measures no PO box
With which institutions/organisations consulted about the impact of reducing and offsetting measures relevant authorities/organizations/experts answer/opinion impact reducing or compensatory measures deemed appropriate to the impact of reducing or offsetting measures are found to be appropriate to the effects of reducing measures 1.
 
 
 
 
2. Compensatory measures 1.
 
 
 
 
2. table 5 description of the compensatory measures no PO box
Questions about compensatory measure evaluation Description 1 were identified As compensatory measures?
 
2. What alternative compensatory measures were identified?
 
3. As compensatory measures concern/consistent with Natura 2000 site creation and protection objectives?
 
4. Or compensatory measures ensure adversely affected species and habitat protection to the same extent as it was earlier?
 
5. what compensatory measures will maintain or improve the Natura 2000 network of unity?
 
6. If the compensatory measures providing for the use of land outside the Natura 2000 areas affected, or the land is proposing or State or municipal property concerned or their long term use?
 
7. the compensation of the foreseeable Or territory has the same geological, hydrogeological, soil, climate, and other local conditions, what they are for actions adversely affected area?
 
8. Or compensatory measures provides features that are comparable with those features, which established Natura 2000 areas affected?
 
9. Is there evidence that confirms that this type of compensation will be successful in the long run?
 
Environmental protection and regional development Minister r. vējonis

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