Purpose and scope
section 1 of this Regulation applies to aid granted that, subject
availability of funds, may be used in certain municipalities to
conduct an inventory of where there is land in the municipality as
can be considered suitable for the construction of student housing.
Conditions for support
section 2 of the aid may be granted to a municipality that
1. have University or high school located in the municipality or in
connection to the municipality, and
2. intends to carry out an inventory of land
the municipality that may be suitable for the construction of student housing
that meets the conditions for a building permit under Chapter 9.
30-32 of the planning and building Act (2010:900) and student residences
meet the conditions for temporary planning permission according to
Chapter 9. 33 § the same law.
paragraph 3 of the aid may be granted for inventory that the beneficiary intends to
complete by 31 december 2013.
The amount of aid
section 4 of the aid shall be equal to the entire estimated cost of
inventory. The aid may not exceed 200 000 kroons
The examination of a case
section 5 Questions on aid review by Swedish authorities at the request of a
such beneficiaries as defined in section 2.
section 6, An application for aid must be submitted to Swedish authorities last
on 31 October 2013.
paragraph 7 of the decision on aid shall be subject to conditions
1. If at any time the beneficiary shall submit a
such final report referred to in section 9,
2. where the last day of the request for payment of the aid, and
3. necessary to satisfy the purpose of the aid.
Payment of the aid
section 8 a request for payment of the aid shall be notified to
Building and planning by 30 november 2013, unless housing Board
Payment may only be made if the beneficiary has begun
inventory when the request for payment of the aid has come in
to building and planning.
Monitoring and evaluation once an inventory has been completed
§ 9 When an inventory is completed should the beneficiary in a
final report to the Housing account for how the work with
the inventory has been conducted and the results achieved. In
the final report shall also be shown what costs
the beneficiary of the inventory.
section 10 of the national housing Board shall monitor and evaluate the beneficiaries '
inventory and by 30 June 2014, report this in a
report to the Government.
section 11 of the beneficiary must supply the information to the Swedish authorities that
needed for such monitoring and evaluation referred to in
Refunds and chargebacks
section 12 of the beneficiary is obliged to refund if
1. the receiver by providing incorrect information or
any other way has caused that the aid has been provided on
false pretense or with excessive amounts,
2. the aid for any other reason has been provided on false pretense
or with too high amount and the recipient should have realized
3. the aid in whole or in part have not been used or has not
used for the purpose referred to in paragraph 1,
4. the recipient has not provided such final report referred to in
§ 9, or
5. the terms of the decision on the aid have not been respected.
section 13, if the beneficiary is obliged to refund under section 12,
to Swedish authorities decide to fully or partially recover
the aid. If there are special reasons for it, building and planning
waive recovery in whole or in part.
section 14 of the national housing Board may provide for the enforcement of
15 § Housing decisions pursuant to this Regulation shall not
subject to appeal.