Regulation (2013:558) On Governmental Listed Buildings

Original Language Title: Förordning (2013:558) om statliga byggnadsminnen

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Introductory provisions

section 1 of this regulation provides for State

listed buildings.

section 2 of the a building belonging to the State shall be explained to the State

building memory, if it has a particularly high

cultural historical value or is included in an urban area with

a very high cultural and historical value.

Provisions on State building memories of this regulation

may also apply to parks, gardens or other


Building memory explanation

section 3 of the question whether a building should be explained to the State

listed building are being assessed by the Government after a petition

from the Swedish National Heritage Board.

section 4 of the Swedish request for a building

shall be explained to the national monument shall contain a

description of the building, an assessment of the

cultural-historical value and an opinion of the authority

who manages the building.

§ 5 If the maintenance of a national monument brings

obstacles, inconveniences or costs that are reasonable

compared to building the significance, the Government

lift the monument Declaration. The Government may also terminate a

building memory explanation that seems loose to purpose.

An application to revoke a monument declaration made in

The National Heritage Board of the authority that manages

building memory. The National Heritage Board shall submit the application

to the Government with their own opinion. The Swedish National Heritage Board

may also on its own initiative in a petition to the

the Government is proposing that a monument Declaration should be lifted.

Protection rules

6 § when a building has been declared for national monument

to the National Heritage Board, by protective provisions set for

how building memory should be cared for and maintained and in

where it cannot be altered. Protection rules may

refer to to an area around the building's memory should be kept in such a

condition that the building not the appearance and character of memory


If the Authority manages a national monument

oppose the proposed protection provisions,

The National Heritage Board refer the case to the Government for

decision, together with an opinion of the authority

manages building memory.

section 7 if there are special reasons, receives a State

monument after state changes in the combat against

protection rules. A State of settings can be combined

with conditions for

1. the execution of the change,

2. documentation of the change, and

3. antiquarian study and involvement.

I asked for permission to change to be considered by the

National Heritage Board, on application by the authority

manages building memory. The Swedish decision,

not subject to appeal.

section 8 if the protective provisions for a national monument

pose obstacles, inconveniences or costs that are not in

reasonably related to building the importance of memory, can

The National Heritage Board change protection provisions.

An application for amendment of the protection provisions are made in

The National Heritage Board of the authority that manages the

State building memory. If the Agency does not allow

the amendment, and the authority that manages the building memory

request, the Agency shall refer the matter to the

Government for the decision together with its own opinion.

Transfer of listed buildings

section 9 Before a national monument will be transferred to the

authority, which manages the building memory communicate the grounds for

transfer and acquire the Swedish opinion. If

The National Heritage Board opposes the transfer required

the Government's consent.

A national monument may not be transferred if there are

risk that the transfer could lead to

cultural-historical value decreases.

section 10 in connection with a transfer of a State

monument to the agency that managed the building memory

immediately notify the National Heritage Board and the County Administrative Board

in the county where the building memory.

Of the cultural heritage Act (1988:950) shows that if a State

Monument passes to a different owner than the State gets it

a listed building according to the law.


section 11 of the National Heritage Board has oversight over the State

building memories. The National Heritage Board shall conduct a

list of them and provide the authorities managing

governmental listed buildings with the list.

section 12 of The Government agencies that manage buildings shall

provide national heritage Board the

the authority needs to assess the cultural and historical

value and otherwise carry out its functions relating to the State

listed buildings.

Transitional provisions


1. This Regulation shall enter into force on January 1, 2014, when

the Ordinance (1988:1229) on the governmental listed buildings, etc.,

cease to apply.

2. Buildings by the end of 2013, the State

listed buildings in accordance with the Ordinance (1988:1229) on State

listed buildings etc. shall be construed as governmental listed buildings

According to this regulation. Safety regulations that have been issued

for such buildings shall be regarded as protective measures under

This regulation.