Planning And Building Regulation (2011:338)

Original Language Title: Plan- och byggförordning (2011:338)

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Chapter 1. Subject matter and definitions



Article 1 this regulation lays down provisions on



1. content and definitions (Chapter 1),



2. plans and area regulations (Chapter 2),



3. requirements for construction works (Chapter 3),



4. requirements for construction products, etc. (Chapter 4),



5. functional and safety measures (Chapter 5),



6. permits and registration, etc. (Chapter 6),



7. control plan, funktionskontrollanter, control operators, and

Experts (Chapter 7),



8. supervision, guidance and follow-up (Chapter 8),



9. construction penalties (Chapter 9), and



10. appropriations (Chapter 10).



section 2 of the terms and expressions in this regulation have the same meaning

as in the planning and building Act (2010:900).



section 3 Of the building height for the purposes of this regulation the height

the building is in accordance with the second and third paragraphs. At

calculation, the building is divided in several buildings

and the height is calculated for each part separately, if there are

special reasons.



The building height is calculated from the average as the land has

next to the building. If the building is less than six meters from

public place, shall be the calculation be based on the General

site's level next to the plot, unless special reasons

causing the other.



Building height should be counted up to the intersection of

the façade plane and a plane with 45 degree slope inwards

the building relates to the building's roof.



3 a of With near-nollenergibyggnad, a building that has

very high energy performance. Regulation (2014:40).



3 b of with occasionally fixed property referred to in this regulation cover a building or part of a building that for a limited time is used as a reception centre referred to in section 2 of the first paragraph, the Act (1994:137) on the reception of asylum seekers, and others. Regulation (2015:934).



section 4 of the regulation, with a floor space of a

building where space is bounded to the sides of the building's

siding, upwards of a ceiling or floor joists and down by a

floors.



A wind is considered to be one floor only if



1. a habitable room or a work space can be in the space,

and



2. construction height is more than 0.7 meters higher than the level for

Attic floor team's over the side.



A basement shall be deemed to be one floor only if the floor's over page

in the floor closest to the top of the basement is more than 1.5 meters

medium level of soil adjacent to the building.



5 § With motorized devices referred to in this regulation

power-driven



1. elevators with associated security components and other

powered equipment intended for the transport of

persons or goods, except for such devices as

described in Chapter 2. section 13 of the public order Act (1993:1617),



2. ports, doors, grids, gates and similar devices

intended for the passage of persons or of land-or

rail vehicles, and



3. devices intended to care for and clean up

waste from buildings which have been provided with such a device.



With power-driven devices referred to in this Regulation shall not

devices intended to be used only by professional

specially trained staff.



section 6 With the supervision referred to in this regulation



1. supervision



a) directly against the operator of an activity, or

adopting a measure, or



(b)) in accordance with the provisions on the supervision of local government

decisions and regional planning decisions and plan orders in Chapter 11.

10-16 of the planning and building Act (2010:900), or



2. market surveillance in accordance with



a) European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) no 765/2008

of 9 July 2008 setting out the requirements for accreditation and

market surveillance relating to the marketing of products and

repeal of Regulation (EEC) No 339/93, or



b) European Parliament and Council Regulation (EU) No 305/2011

of 9 March 2011 establishing harmonised conditions

for the marketing of construction products and repealing Council

Directive 89/106/EC. Regulation (2013:308).



7 § With penalty area for the purposes of this regulation, the area in

question about



1. a permit or notifiable measure corresponds to the gross

or an open area or a combination of these reduced with

15 square meters, or



2. a land measure equal to the area to which the action relates.

Regulation (2013:308).



7 a section/entry into force: 04/20/2016

For the purposes of Chapter 4. 11-11 f section, Chapter 9. paragraph 25 and 10. 26 § 3 – 5:



lift: a lifting appliance serving specific levels, having a carrier that is guided along fixed Rails with a slope greater than 15 degrees to the horizontal, or a lifting device moving along a fixed motion path despite the fact that it is not guided along fixed Rails,



"making available on the market: supply of safety components for lifts for distribution or use on the Union market in the course of a commercial activity, whether in return for payment or free of charge,



the placing on the market: the first time the safety components for lifts available on the market, or the provision of a lift for use on the Union market in the course of a commercial activity, whether in return for payment or free of charge,



Installer: natural or legal person who assumes responsibility for the design, manufacture, installation and placing on the market of the lift,



' manufacturer ' means the natural or legal person who manufactures or has a product designed or manufactured, and markets safety components for lifts this product under his name or trademark;



' authorised representative ' means any natural or legal person established within the Union who has received a written mandate from the installer or the manufacturer to act on his behalf in relation to specified tasks;



"importer" means any natural or legal person established within the Union and places a security component to the elevators from third countries on the EU market,



"distributor" means any natural or legal person in the supply chain, other than the manufacturer or the importer, who makes a security component to the lifts on the market,



economic operator: Installer, manufacturer, the authorised representative, the importer and Distributor, "conformity assessment" means the process demonstrating whether the essential health and safety requirements arising from the provisions adopted pursuant to Chapter 10. 15 § 3 for a lift or safety component for elevators have been met,



withdrawal of a lift: measure to put a lift and remove it safely,



withdrawal of the safety components for lifts: measure to withdraw the safety components for lifts which already provided an installer or an end user,



withdrawal: action to prevent a security component to the lifts in the supply chain from being made available on the market, and



"CE marking" means a marking by which the manufacturer indicates that the installer or the lift or safety component for lifts comply with the requirements of the appropriate Union harmonisation legislation providing for its affixing. Regulation (2016:141).



section 8 Of the price base amount "means the price base amount in accordance with Chapter 2. 6

and 7 of the social code.



§ 9 when the decision is announced, with the support of the plan and

Building Act (2010:900) or this regulation, or in the

regulations issued pursuant to this regulation,

terms and expressions defined in sections 3 to 7, shall have the same

meaning as in this regulation unless otherwise specifically

specified.



section 10 of the regulations on noise levels outdoors

track traffic, roads and airports at residential buildings and

provisions for the calculation of noise values at

residential buildings can be found in Regulation (2015:216) if

traffic noise on residential buildings. Regulation (2015:837).



Chapter 2. Plans and area regulations



Coordination of the State's interests



1 § During a consultation on a proposal to adopt, modify, or

suspend a regional planning, a master plan, a detailed plan or

sectoral provisions should appropriately hold administrative board

other relevant government departments informed of

plan the work. If the proposal relates to forest land, the County Administrative Board

seek the opinion of the Board of forestry.



If the proposal relates to a detailed plan or area regulations,

need not, however, inform the Administrative Board



1. the Cadastral Agency and the authorities are interested parties and

that the municipality shall consult, in accordance with Chapter 5. section 11 of the plan-and

Building Act (2010:900), or



2. other authorities than those who have objected to the master plan,

but when the proposal lacks support in the master plan, or

of particular concern to the Agency.



2 § When a proposal for a regional planning or a master plan

displayed or otherwise made available for

review, shall inform the Administrative Board Government

authorities can be expected to have comments on such issues as

the County Government will consider in its

audit opinion.



paragraph 3, If a public body during the consultation under section has

comments on a plan proposal, the authority shall make

comments to the provincial government.



section 4 If a regional planning or master plan is adopted, amended or

is suspended, the County Board shall inform the cadastral

If the decision. The County Board shall notify the other State

authorities, if they have had comments on the draft plan or

If they are particularly concerned by the decision. Regulation (2013:308).



Significant environmental impact



§ 5 When the municipality develops a detailed plan that allows

floor area may be used for such an activity, or

measure referred to in Chapter 4. 34 section plan and

Building Act (2010:900), municipality in assessing whether

the plan entails a significant environmental impact criteria


in annex II to the Regulation (1998:905) if

environmental impact assessments.



Plan documents



section 6 of the documents referred to in Chapter 3. section 22, Chapter 5. 32 or 39 §

or Chapter 7. section 9 of the planning and building Act (2010:900) should be sent

to building and planning, the County Administrative Board and the surveying authority shall

be suitable for archiving.



Presentation of plans



7 § When the municipality has adopted the master plan's timeliness

According to Chapter 3. paragraph 27 of the planning and building Act (2010:900),

the municipality shall, without delay, send the decision to the Swedish authorities,

the provincial government and the municipalities concerned, regional planning agencies and

municipal bodies in General with responsibility for regional

growth work and transport infrastructure planning.



section 8 of the municipality does not have to send documents concerning zoning plans

or district rules to the County Administrative Board in accordance with Chapter 5. 32

or 39 § the planning and building Act (2010:900), about the County Administrative Board

have procedures in place to receive the documents by other means and

decided that the documents do not need to be.



Chapter 3. Requirements for construction works



Design requirements for fitness



paragraph 1 in order to meet the requirements on the suitability for their purpose

as indicated in Chapter 8. 1 § 1 the planning and building Act (2010:900), a

building containing dwellings be conducted in such a way

to the homes in reasonable extent have separable spaces

for sleep and rest, socializing, cooking, meals, hygiene and

storage.



The homes will be given to the use have Interior

equipment for food preparation and hygiene.



section 2 of that for a building's suitability in accordance with Chapter 8.

1 § 1 the planning and building Act (2010:900) should also apply to other

installations than buildings.



Design requirements for shape, color and material effect



section 3 of that for a building's shape, color, and

material effect under Chapter 8. 1 § 2 the planning and building Act

(2010:900) shall also apply to



1. other than buildings subject to

building permits in accordance with Chapter 6. paragraph 1, and



2. signs and lighting appliances covered by the requirements for building permits

According to Chapter 6. section 3.



The first subparagraph shall apply to such warehouses, material yards,

tunnels and caverns as referred to in Chapter 6. 1 § 2 and 3 only

the extent necessary to meet the requirement on account of the

urban and landscape, natural and cultural values of

the site and the interest of a good overall effect under Chapter 2.

6 paragraph 1 the planning and building Act.



Design requirements for accessibility and usability



4 § if necessary to a building in accordance with Chapter 8. 1 section 3 plan-

and building Act (2010:900) to be available and useful

for people with reduced movement or sense of direction,

building will be equipped with one or more elevators or

other lifting devices.



Despite the first paragraph needs an accommodation not be available

through a lift or other lifting device, if the building has

fewer than three stories. If the property is not accessible from the ground,

However, the building will be projected and carried out in such a

way of a lift or other lifting device can be installed

without difficulty. For the purposes of this paragraph, with the

floor equated wind where there is a home or

the main part of a dwelling.



paragraph 5 of that of a building's availability and

usability in accordance with Chapter 8. 1 section 3 planning and building Act

(2010:900) shall apply also for other plants than

buildings, if the installation requires a building permit under Chapter 6. 1 § 1,

2, 3, 5, 8 or 9.



Other plants than buildings to be made available and

useful as referred to in the first subparagraph only in so far as it

required with respect to the plant's purpose and need

access for the public.



Fulfillment of design requirements



section 6 of the fulfillment of the requirements for the design of

Chapter 8. 2(1) of the planning and building Act (2010:900),

apply for compliance with the design requirements of paragraphs 1 to 5.



Requirements regarding mechanical resistance and stability



7 section to meet the requirements of load-bearing capacity, stability and

resistance specified in Chapter 8. 4 paragraph 1 and

Building Act (2010:900) to a building be designed and

built in such a way that the impact of the construction works

likely to be exposed to when it is built or used does not lead

to



1. to work wholly or partly collapse,



2. unacceptable bigger strains,



3. damage to other parts of the works or to fittings

or installed equipment as a result of major deformation of the

the load-bearing construction, or



4. damage out of proportion to the event

caused the damage.



Property requirements for safety in case of fire



section 8 in order to meet the demands for safety in case of fire

as indicated in Chapter 8. 4 section 2 planning and building Act

(2010:900) to a building to be designed and built in

a way which means that



1. load-bearing capacity of the structure in the event of fire may be assumed to be in

a certain time,



2. the development and spread of fire and smoke within the

the construction works is limited,



3. the spread of fire to neighbouring construction works is limited,



4. persons who are in the works in case of fire,

leave it or be saved in any other way, and



5. account has been taken of the safety of rescue workers at the

fire.



Property requirements for protection with regard to hygiene, health and

environment



section 9 to meet the protection requirements with respect to hygiene,

health and environment specified in Chapter 8. 4 section 3 plan-

and building Act (2010:900) to a building be designed

and carried out in such a way that it does not entail a

unacceptable risk to users ' or neighbours ' hygiene or

health, especially as a result of



1. emissions of toxic gas,



2. the presence of dangerous particles or gases in the air,



3. dangerous radiation,



4. pollution or poisoning of the water or soil,



5. poor management of waste water, smoke or solid

or liquid waste, or



6. the presence of damp in parts of the works or on surfaces

within the structure.



Property requirements in respect of safety in use



paragraph 10 in order to meet the requirements for safety in use as

specified in Chapter 8. 4 section 4 planning and building Act

(2010:900) to a building to be designed and built in

such a way that it is not in use or operation

represents an unacceptable risk of slips, falls,

collision, Burns, electric shock, injury by

explosions or other accidents.



Specific safety requirements for the already constructed buildings



section 11 to meet reasonable safety requirements for the use,



1. a building that has been built or is subject to a building permit

before 1 July 1960 be fitted or equipped with the

equipment needed for Ascension on the building's roof and

to guard against accidents by falls from the ceiling,



2. ports and similar devices in a building that has

constructed, or be subject to a building permit before 1 July

in 1974, be so constructed that the risk of accidents do not occur,



3. a building that has been built or is subject to a building permit

before 1 July 1977 be fitted or equipped with the

devices which may reasonably be required to establish acceptable

working conditions for those who collect waste from the building,



4. a lift which is designed to always be

fitted with



a) a car doors or other appropriate protection in the basket opening,

If the lift is installed in a building mainly

includes workshops, or



(b)) a sign that warns of the risk of being pinched by objects

trapped in the shaft wall, if the lift is installed in a building

not mainly contains offices and are not

fitted with a car doors or other such appropriate protection

referred to in point (a), and



5. in a reasonable extent the measures taken are necessary

to improve safety in the use of a lift that is

installed in a building.



section 12 Requirements in section 11 1-3 must always be fulfilled by



1. a building referred to in section 11 1, such devices as

reasonably be required of a new building on 1 July 1960,



2. ports and devices referred to in section 11 (2) is performed on the

as reasonably required of a new port or device

on 1 July 1974, and



3. a building referred to in section 11 has such equipment

reasonably be required of a new building on 1 July 1977.



The requirement in section 11 (5) shall be fulfilled at the latest when the elevator is going through a

major change or a substantial part of the lift is changed;



Property requirements for the protection against noise



section 13, to meet the requirements for protection against noise as defined in

Chapter 8. 4 paragraph 5 the planning and building Act (2010:900),

a building to be designed and built in such

way of noise, as perceived by users or other

people in the vicinity of the structure, is located on a level

do not present an unacceptable risk to the health and

allowing for sleep, rest and work under satisfactory

conditions.



Property requirements for energy economy and heat retention



section 14/expires U: 2019-01-01/

In order to meet the requirements on energy conservation and

heat insulation as set out in Chapter 8. paragraph 4(1) 6 plan-

and building Act (2010:900) to a building and its

heating, cooling and ventilation installations to be

designed and constructed in such a way that the amount of

energy, having regard to the climatic conditions at the site

necessary for the use is small and the

users are satisfactory.



section 14/entry into force: 01/01/2019

In order to meet the requirements on energy conservation and


heat insulation as set out in Chapter 8. paragraph 4(1) 6 plan-

and building Act (2010:900) to a building and its

heating, cooling and ventilation installations to be

designed and constructed in such a way that the amount of

energy, having regard to the climatic conditions at the site

necessary for the use is small and the

users are satisfactory.



Buildings used and owned by public authorities should, however, be

near-zero energy buildings. Regulation (2014:41).



section 14/entry into force: 2021-01-01/

In order to meet the requirements on energy conservation and

heat insulation as set out in Chapter 8. paragraph 4(1) 6 plan-

and building Act (2010:900) to a building and its

heating, cooling and ventilation installations to be

designed and constructed in such a way that the amount of

energy, having regard to the climatic conditions at the site

necessary for the use is small and the

users are satisfactory.



Buildings should, however, always be near-zero energy buildings.

Regulation (2014:42).



section 15 except as permitted by section 14 to a building

contains one or more dwellings or buildings and their

heating, cooling and ventilation installations have

particularly good properties with regard to the management of

electrical energy.



The heating system in a building that contains one or

several homes or workplaces, in reasonable extent

with regard to heating and energy battle be designed

so that, without substantial changes can use different

types of energy that are appropriate from the General energy point of view.



The first and second paragraphs do not apply to holiday homes with a maximum of two

housing. The first paragraph does not apply to premises which are intended

for temporary in nature or buildings with a

area which does not exceed 50 square metres.



Requirements regarding the suitability for the intended purpose



section 16 of The construction works shall have the technical properties needed

to make the structure appropriate for its purpose.



section 17, to meet the requirements on the suitability for the intended

the purpose as set out in Chapter 8. 4 paragraph 7 and

Building Act (2010:900) to a building containing dwellings

be projected and carried out in such a way that the homes

in a reasonable extent have separable spaces for sleep and

resting, socializing, cooking, meals, personal care and storage.



The homes will be given to the use have Interior

equipment for food preparation and hygiene.



Property requirements for accessibility and usability



section 18 to meet the availability requirements and

usability as indicated in Chapter 8. paragraph 4(1) and 8

Building Act (2010:900) to a building to be projected and

carried out in such a way that the building is available and

useful for people with an impaired motion or

sense of direction.



If necessary to a building in accordance with Chapter 8. section 4 first

subparagraph 8 planning and building Act shall be available and

useful for people with an impaired motion or

sense of direction, the building will be fitted with one or

several lifts or other lifting devices.



Despite the second paragraph needs an accommodation not be available

through a lift or other lifting device, if the building has

fewer than three stories. If the property is not accessible from the ground,

However, the building will be projected and carried out in such a

way of a lift or other lifting device can be installed

without difficulty. For the purposes of this paragraph, with the

floor equated wind where there is a home or

the main part of a dwelling.



section 19 of that of a building's availability and

usability in accordance with Chapter 8. paragraph 4(1) and 8

Building Act (2010:900) shall apply also for other plants than

buildings, if the installation requires a building permit under Chapter 6. 1 § 1,

2, 3, 5, 8 or 9.



Other plants than buildings to be made available and

useful as referred to in the first subparagraph only in so far as it

required with respect to the plant's purpose and need

access for the public.



Requirements relating to the management of water



20 § in order to meet the requirements of management of water as

specified in Chapter 8. 4 paragraph 9 the planning and building Act

(2010:900) to a building to be designed and conducted in

such a way that it allows for proper management of water.



In areas where it is or may arise from the lack of water,

the municipality of detailed plan or area regulations notify the

housekeeping rules that the situation in the area.



If the building is a holiday home with no more than two dwellings on

because of their standard or its location is not suitable for

accommodation for longer periods, the first subparagraph shall apply

only to the extent that it is reasonable, having regard to

water situation and to what extent the building

used.



Implementation of property requirements at later date



section 21 If a conversion is to be carried out in stages and

property requirements of Chapter 8. section 4 of the planning and building Act (2010:900)

brings demands for extensive amendments to other parts of the

the building than the directly affected part, the building Committee in

control plan according to 10. the planning and building Act or in a

special resolution determine that such a change does not need

be performed only at a certain later date, though this by

technical, social or economic reasons, is more appropriate.



Fulfillment of property requirements



section 22 of the fulfillment of the requirements for technical

properties in Chapter 8. paragraph 5 of the planning and building Act (2010:900),

apply for the fulfillment of the property requirements of 7 to 10 and 13 to 20 sections.



Exception from design and property requirements on construction works



section 23 in respect of accessibility and usability for people

with reduced movement or sense of direction to Chapter 8. 7 §

first subparagraph, second sentence, the planning and building Act (2010:900)

applied in such a way that it is possible to customise or make

departure from the requirements of Chapter 8. Article 1 3 and 4 of 8

the planning and building Act with regard to the planning and building law

provisions on care and prohibition of corruption and

In addition,



1. for the conversion only if it is patently unreasonable to

meet the requirements, and



2. for other alteration of a building or for moving the a

building to the extent that it is appropriate to

the building's conditions.



Dispensation



section 24, Despite design and property requirements in Chapter 8. 1 and

4 of the planning and building Act (2010:900) and the requirements for elevators in

This regulation, building and planning of the case give dispensation

from the provisions of 1, 4, 15, 17, 18 and 20 sections, if there are

specific reasons and exemption



1. relating to the construction or alteration of a building in

experimental purposes;



2. do not present an unacceptable risk to human health or the

Security.



Some buildings ' accessibility and usability



section 25 of the Regulations of some buildings ' availability and

usability for people with an impaired motion or

sense of direction can be found in Regulation (2011:339) if

disabled facilities of certain buildings.



Power, water and heat meters



section 26 of the special provisions for electricity, water and heat meters

see Regulation (1994:99) on water and heat meters.



Specific exemptions for temporary fixed property



paragraph 27 of the Requirements concerning energy conservation and management of water and waste in Chapter 8. section 4 of the 6 and 9 the planning and building Act (2010:900) and 14, 15 and 20 of this chapter and the regulations of housing has announced in conjunction with the paragraphs do not have to be met by the shipbuilding, conversion or other change than rebuilding respect a temporary fixed property. Regulation (2015:934).



section 28 in respect of shipbuilding, conversion or other change than rebuilding respect a temporary fixed property, the requirements of Chapter 8. section 1 and paragraph 4 of 2 – 5, 7 and 8 of the planning and building Act (2010:900) and 8 to 10, 13 and 16 of the first paragraph and section 18 of this chapter and the regulations of housing has announced in conjunction with the paragraphs, adapted and deviations from the requirements may be made to the extent that is reasonable in relation to the nature, scale and duration of the measure.



Adaptations and derogations which are made pursuant to the first subparagraph must not present an unacceptable risk to human health and safety. Regulation (2015:934).



section 29 Despite section 4, first subparagraph, and paragraph 18 need a temporary fixed property does not have a lift or other lifting device. Regulation (2015:934).



Chapter 4. Requirements for construction products, etc.



Contact point



section 1 of the Housing shall be the contact point for construction products

According to article 10 of the European Parliament and Council regulation

(EU) No 305 of 9 March 2011 laying down the

harmonised conditions for the marketing of construction products and if

repeal of Council Directive 89/106/EEC.

Regulation (2013:308).



2 repealed by Regulation (2013:308).



3 repealed by Regulation (2013:308).



4 repealed by Regulation (2013:308).



Technical assessment bodies



§ 5 the Government hears questions about the designation of technical

assessment bodies referred to in article 29(1) of Regulation (EU) no

305/2011.



An application for designation to a tab shall

be submitted to Swedish authorities. It should be specified in the application or

which product areas the application relates.



Housing Board shall, after consulting the Board of accreditation

and technical monitoring, assess whether the applicant meets the requirements

as indicated in table 2 of annex IV to Regulation (EC) no

305/2011 and then with a private opinion refer the case


to the Government. Regulation (2013:308).



section 6 of the Government hears questions about withdrawal of a technical

assessment bodies competence for the relevant product area under

Article 30(3) of Regulation (EU) No 305/2011.

Regulation (2013:308).



section 7 of the technical assessment bodies designated in accordance with section 5 shall be included in the

the organisation of technical assessment described in article

31 of Regulation (EC) No 305/2011. Regulation (2013:308).



section 8 Has been repealed by Regulation (2013:308).



Type approval and production control



section 9 Of the decision of approval referred to in Chapter 8. section 22 plan-

and building Act (2010:900), it should be made clear in what respects and

the conditions under which the material, construction or

the appliance meets the requirements of Chapter 8. paragraph 4 of the same law and

connecting regulation.



Type approval shall be limited in time. It may be subject to

conditions of production control.



section 10 of the decision on production control without connection with

type-approval in accordance with Chapter 8. section 23 of the planning and building Act

(2010:900) to indicate how it should be checked to

the material, construction or the device complies with the requirements

in Chapter 8. paragraph 4 of the same law and related regulations.



The decision shall be for a limited period of time and may be subject to

terms and conditions.



Lifts



11 §/expires U: 2016-04-20/

The lifts or safety components referred to in regulations

announced with the support of 10. 15 § 4, may be placed on the

the market only if it complies with the requirements of

regulations that have been issued with the support of 10. 15 § 3.



A lift or safety component which does not comply with the requirements

referred to in the first subparagraph may be shown at trade fairs, exhibitions

and the like, if



1. clearly state that the requirements are not met and that the

the lift or safety component must not be provided

until it meets the requirements, and



2. the measures necessary for protection against accidents

during the show.



A component that is intended to be incorporated in an elevator, but that is not

a safety component may be placed on the market, if

the manufacturer or manufacturer's representative States that

the component is designed to be part of such an elevator referred to in

the first paragraph.



11 §/entry into force: 04/20/2016

A lift or safety component as referred to in the provisions adopted by virtue of Chapter 10. 15 § 4, may be placed on the market only if it complies with the requirements of this regulation or of regulations that have been issued with the support of 10. 15 § 3.



A lift or safety component which does not comply with the requirements referred to in the first subparagraph may be shown at fairs, exhibitions and the like, if



1. clearly state that the requirements are not met and that the lift or safety component must not be provided until it meets the requirements, and 2. the measures that are needed to protect against accidents during the show. Regulation (2016:141).



11 a §/entry into force: 04/20/2016

An installer shall ensure that the lift has been designed, manufactured, installed and tested in accordance with the requirements referred to in section 11, first paragraph, when the lift is placed on the market.



An installer shall draw up technical documentation, and carry out, or have carried out, the assessment of conformity. If the assessment shows that the lift complies with the applicable requirements, the installer must draw up an EU Declaration of conformity and to ensure that the declaration attached to the lift and to the CE marking on the lift.



An installer who has reason to believe that an elevator installer have placed on the market is not in conformity with the requirements referred to in section 11, first paragraph, shall immediately take the necessary steps to get the elevator to comply with the requirements. If the lift is a risk, the installer must immediately inform the competent authorities of the Member States on whose market the installer have placed the lift. The notification shall indicate whether the non-compliance and of the action taken. Regulation (2016:141).



11 b/entry into force: 04/20/2016

A manufacturer shall ensure that the safety components for lifts have been designed and manufactured in accordance with the requirements referred to in section 11, first paragraph, when the safety component placed on the market.



The manufacturer shall establish the technical documentation, and carry out or have carried out, the assessment of conformity. If the assessment shows that the safety component complies with the relevant requirements, the manufacturer shall draw up a declaration of conformity and to ensure that the declaration attached to the safety component and that component CE-labelled.



A manufacturer who has reason to believe that a security component that the manufacturer have placed on the market is not in conformity with the requirements referred to in section 11, first paragraph, shall immediately take the necessary steps to get the component into conformity or, if appropriate, withdraw or revoke the component. If security is a risk component, the manufacturer shall immediately inform the competent authorities of the Member States on whose market the manufacturer provided component. The notification shall indicate whether the non-compliance and of the action taken. Regulation (2016:141).



§ 11 c/entry into force: 04/20/2016

An installer or a manufacturer may, by a written mandate, appoint an agent who shall perform the tasks specified in the mandate.



Tasks under paragraph 11 (a) and 11 (b) section and the task to draw up technical documentation in accordance with the same provisions must not be communicated to the official. Regulation (2016:141).



section 11 d/entry into force: 04/20/2016

An importer may place the safety components for lifts on the market only if it complies with the requirements set out in paragraph 11. The importer shall, so long as the importer is responsible for the component, make sure it is stored and transported in such a way that the requirements continue to be met. An importer must also ensure that the manufacturer has complied with its obligations under paragraph 11 (b).



Where an importer has reason to believe that the safety components do not conform to the requirements of section 11 of the first subparagraph, he shall not place the component on the market until it complies with the requirements. If the safety component presents a risk, the importer shall also notify the manufacturer and the market surveillance authority.



An importer has reason to believe that a security component that the importer has placed on the market is not in conformity with the requirements referred to in section 11, first paragraph, shall immediately take the necessary steps to get the component into conformity or, if appropriate, withdraw or revoke the component. If the safety component presents a risk, the importer shall immediately inform the competent authorities of the Member States on whose market the importer has provided to the component. The notification shall indicate whether the non-compliance and of the action taken. Regulation (2016:141).



11 e section/entry into force: 04/20/2016

A distributor may provide the safety components for lifts on the market only if the Distributor to comply with due care to ensure that the component complies with the requirements set out in paragraph 11. The distributor shall, so long as the Distributor has responsibility for the component, make sure it is stored and transported in such a way that the requirements continue to be met. Before a Distributor, the distributor shall provide a safety component, make sure that the component is CE marked and accompanied by a declaration of conformity.



If a distributor has reason to believe that the safety components do not conform to the requirements of section 11 of the first subparagraph, he shall not make the component available on the market until it complies with the requirements. If the safety component presents a risk, the distributor shall, in addition, inform the manufacturer and the market surveillance authority.



A distributor who has reason to believe that a security component that the Distributor has made available on the market is not in conformity with the requirements referred to in section 11 of the first subparagraph shall ensure that the necessary steps to get the component to comply with the requirements to be taken or, if appropriate, withdraw or revoke the component. If the safety component presents a risk, distributors shall immediately inform the competent authorities of the Member States on whose market the Distributor has provided component. The notification shall indicate whether the non-compliance and of the action taken. Regulation (2016:141).



11 (f) section/entry into force: 04/20/2016

An importer or distributor shall be considered a manufacturer and have the same obligations as the manufacturer, importer or distributor placing safety components for lifts on the market under his name or trademark. The same applies if the importer or the Distributor to modify a component that has already been placed on the market in a way that may affect the conformity with the requirements of section 11 of the first paragraph. Regulation (2016:141).



Heating boilers



12 § boiler referred to in the provisions adopted pursuant to

of the 10 Cape. 16 § 2 or a device to a boiler,


be placed on the market only if it complies with the requirements

follow the instructions given with the support of 10.

section 16.



A boiler or appliance to a boiler that does not

to satisfy the requirements referred to in the first subparagraph may appear on

fairs, exhibitions and the like, if



1. clearly state that the requirements are not met and that the

boiler or appliance must not be supplied until the

meet the requirements, and



2. the measures necessary for protection against accidents

during the show.



Notification of bodies



13 § 1 paragraph 1 Act (2011:791) on accreditation

and technical control provides for the Act to be

apply to the bodies which are notified to the European Commission

According to article 39 of Regulation (EC) No 305/2011.

Regulation (2013:308).



Chapter 5. Functional and safety measures



Check the operation of ventilation systems



paragraph 1 in order to ensure a satisfactory indoor climate

in accordance with Chapter 8. section 25 of the planning and building Act (2010:900), a

building owner to ensure that the operation of the ventilation system

in the building are checked before the system is put into service for the first

time (initial survey) and then regularly at

recurring intervals (periodic inspection).



One-and two-dwelling buildings are not covered by the requirement for periodic

inspection.



section 2 At the first inspection should verify that



1. the function and the characteristics of the ventilation system

in conformity with the provisions in force;



2. the system does not contain impurities which can be disseminated in

the building,



3. instructions and care instructions are easy

available to them to manage the system, and



4. the rest of the system works as intended.



section 3 at each periodic inspections shall



1. check that the function and characteristics of

the ventilation system substantially conform to the

regulations that were in effect when the system was in use, and to

the requirements of section 2 of the 2-4 are met, and



2. examine what measures might be taken to improve

energy efficiency of the ventilation system and does not entail

a deterioration in indoor climate.



4 section at each inspection to the inspection pass

Protocol and the Protocol Note



1. results of the verification,



2. the results of the survey referred to in paragraph 2, if the inspection

is a periodic inspection, and



3. such information about airflow and ventilation system

operating times and installed electrical power needed to

calculate the amount of energy used for ventilation of

building.



§ 5 The carrying out the inspection shall



1. provide a copy of the Protocol to the building's owner and

send a copy to the building Committee, and



2. issue a certificate stating that the survey has been done with

indication of the date of the survey, the results of the inspection

and the date of the next inspection.



section 6 of the building's owners to appropriate inspection certificate at a well

conspicuous place in the building.



section 7 Of the building's owner has reason to suspect that

the ventilation system does not meet the requirements referred to in paragraph 2 of 1

or 3 § 1, shall the owner as soon as possible take the necessary steps

needed in order to meet the requirements to be met.



Control of motor-powered devices in construction works



section 8 On building and planning with the support of 10. 19 § has announced

regulations on it, to the owner or responsible

for a motorized device that is installed in a

construction works to ensure that the appliance is checked



1. before the appliance is taken into use for the first time (first

inspection),



2. at intervals of at least six months and at most six years

(periodic inspections), or



3. before the appliance is put into service for the first time after

changed (audit inspection).



During the inspection it shall be checked whether the device meets the

the requirements for the protection of health and safety referred to in Chapter 8. 4 §

the planning and building Act (2010:900) and related regulations.



section 9 where the supervisory authority pursuant to Chapter 8. section 7 has decided

If so, should the owner or otherwise, is responsible for a

motor-driven device that is installed in a building view

to the device to be controlled (special survey)

accordance with the regulatory authority's decision.



section 10/entry into force: 04/15/2016

An inspection under section 8 or 9 shall be carried out by someone

whose competence for the task has been supported by an accreditation

According to the law (2011:791) on accreditation and technical control

and European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) no 765/2008

setting out the requirements for accreditation and market surveillance relating to the

marketing of products and repealing Regulation (EEC) no

339/93, or of someone who meets the appropriate requirements of

provisions in another country of the European Union or

The European economic area. Regulation (2011:819).



section 10/entry into force: 04/15/2016

An inspection under section 8 or 9 shall be carried out by someone whose qualifications for the task has been supported by an accreditation under the law (2011:791) on accreditation and technical control, and European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) no 765/2008 setting out the requirements for accreditation and market surveillance relating to the marketing of products and repealing Regulation (EEC) No 339/93, or of one that meets the requirements under the provisions of another country in the European Union or the European economic area.



Provisions on temporary mobility and recognition of qualifications acquired or recognised in a State other than Sweden within the European economic area or Switzerland, see law (2016:145) on the recognition of professional qualifications and in the regulations issued in connection with the Act. Regulation (2016:169).



section 11 of The who has carried out the inspection shall



1. issue a report on that inspection has been made and

what it included,



2. in the Protocol specify the appliance has deficiencies that

referred to in Chapter 10. 20 paragraph 1 or 2 and the

the shortcomings of this case, and



3. provide a copy of the Protocol to the owner or

otherwise responsible for the device.



If the device has such deficiencies as referred to in Chapter 10. 20 §

second subparagraph 1, the who has carried out the inspection immediately

notify the owner or otherwise, is responsible for the device

about this and send a copy of the Protocol to the

Building Committee.



The use of motorised equipment in construction works



section 12 of a motorized device that is installed in a

the construction works may be used only for the purpose and with the

load and speed at which the device is intended and

only if it meets the requirements of the protection of the safety and

health.



section 13, If a motorized device shall be checked in accordance with 8

or section 9 and control have not been made within the prescribed time,

gets the device do not use until verification is made.



paragraph 14 of a motorized device must not be used if the

owning or otherwise responsible for the device can't show with

a protocol according to paragraph 11 of the appliance meets the requirements of

protection of health and safety referred to in Chapter 10. section 20 of the other

subparagraph 1.



section 15 where the use of a motorized device in a

construction works, an accident or incident,

the appliance must not be used before the necessary protection measures have

been taken.



section 16 At an accident or incident referred to in section 15, the

the owning or otherwise responsible for the device immediately

report the accident or incident to the

the supervisory authority.



Protection measures for demolition



section 17 of the demolition of a building, the sounds perform

the demolition to ensure that



1. virkesförstörande insects or other vermin found in

the structure is removed and rendered harmless, and



2. material that may cause harm to humans, animals or plants

be taken care of in a satisfactory manner.



Chapter 6. Permits and registration, etc.



Building permits for other holdings than buildings



§ 1 in case of other plants than buildings required the

planning permission to organize, establish, construct, move or

significant change



1. amusement parks, zoos, sports grounds, ski slopes with

lifts, teleferics, camping sites, shooting ranges,

Marinas, swimming, motor courts and golf courses,



2. warehouse and material yards,



3. tunnels and caverns that are not intended for road, rail,

Metro, tram, or mining,



4. fixed tanks and other fixed installations for the chemical

products that are hazardous to human health and the environment and for goods

may cause fire or other hazards,



5. radio or telephone masts or towers,



6. wind turbines



a) is greater than 20 metres above the ground surface,



(b)) is placed at a distance from the border, which is less than

the power plant's height above the ground,



c) can be mounted on a building, or



(d)) has a wind turbine with a diameter that is greater than three

meters,



7. walls and barriers,



8. parking places outdoors,



9. burial sites, and



10. transformer stations.

Regulation (2014:225).



2 § Despite section 1 does not require planning permission to organize, establish,

construct, move or substantially change the



1. a facility referred to in paragraph 4 or 5, if it is

a small plant intended only for a specific

real estate needs,



2. a wind turbine as referred to in paragraph 6, if the work is covered by

authorisation pursuant to 9 or 11 kap. the environmental code,



3. a parking space referred to in paragraph 8, if the property

There are only one or two single-family homes, or a

two-dwelling buildings and parking lot are intended exclusively for

the property's needs or if the parking lot built with support


of the traffic Act (1971:948) or on land in the detailed plan has

allocated to a street or road, or



4. a facility referred to in paragraph 1 of the 2, 7, or 10 and that

exempted from the requirements for building permits in vägplan according to the

legislation regarding roads or railway plan under the Act (1995:1649) if

the construction of the railway.



The provisions of Chapter 9. 7 and 8 of the planning and building Act

(2010:900) that the municipality may decide on exemptions from the requirements

on building permits or whether more far-reaching requirements also apply to other

installations than buildings. Regulation (2012:710).



Building permits for the signs and lighting devices



section 3 of the areas covered by a detailed plan requires building permits

to set up, move or substantially change the signs or

light devices.



The provisions of Chapter 9. 7 and 8 of the planning and building Act

(2010:900) that the municipality may decide on exemptions from the requirements

on building permits or whether more far-reaching requirements also apply to

signs or lighting devices.



section 4 of the municipality, in the district rules determine the need

building permits for



1. set up, move or substantially change the lamp units

in an area that is near an existing or

planned facility for total defense, national airport,

other airport for general use, nuclear reactor, other

nuclear energy plant or other facility that requires a

protection or security area, or



2. set up, move or substantially change the signs or

light equipment in an area that constitutes a valuable environment.



Notification



§ 5 For actions that do not require permits require a notice

at



1. the demolition of a building or part of a building,



2. new construction or expansion which, in Chapter 9. paragraph 7 of the plan-

and building Act (2010:900) have been exempted from the requirement of

building permits,



3. a modification of a building, if the change means that

the construction of the building's load-bearing parts affected or

the building's floor plan is affected significantly,



4. an installation or substantial change of a lift,

fireplace, flue or means of ventilation in

buildings,



5. an installation or substantial change to an installation

for water supply or wastewater in a building or in a

blank,



6. such an alteration of a building that significantly affect

fire protection in the building,



7. maintenance of such buildings with particular

conservation value that are the subject of protection provisions have

ordered pursuant to Chapter 4. section 16 or paragraph 42

the planning and building Act or the equivalent older regulations;



8. the construction or substantial modification of a wind turbine,



9. the construction or extension of such

complement residential buildings, as referred to in Chapter 9. 4 a of the plan-and

Building Act,



10. the construction or extension of such

complementary building referred to in Chapter 9. 4 a of the plan-and

Building Act,



11. modification of a complementary building which means that it becomes

complementary residential,



12. the extension referred to in Chapter 9. 4 b paragraph 1

the planning and building Act,



13. construction of Dormer Windows referred to in Chapter 9. 4 b of the first

paragraph 2 the planning and building Act, or



14. Interior of a dwelling in a single-family homes.



If, upon such building measures referred to in the first subparagraph

likely to arise from demolition materials containing such

hazardous waste referred to in the planning and building Act or

the environmental code, this shall be indicated in the notification.

Regulation (2015:837).



section 6 of the requirement for notification under section 5 does not apply



1. the demolition of a building or part of a building



a) a complementary building,



b) such canopies or such extension as referred to in

Chapter 9. 4 or 6 of the planning and building Act (2010:900), or



c) an outbuilding for agriculture, forestry or other

like nutrition,



2. other action than demolition related to an outbuilding for

Agriculture, forestry or other similar nutrition within a

area which is not covered by a plan,



3. the action referred to in paragraph 5, first subparagraph, 3, 4, 5 or 6 of

the case of a building or plot of land belonging to the State or a

County Councils,



4. action related to such a building or other facility that

is designed for total defense and which is of a secret nature,



5. the action referred to in paragraph 5 of the first paragraph 10, 12 or 13, if

action taken outside an area with detailed plan and outside

a coherent buildings where notification is needed with regard to

the scope of construction works in settlements, and



6. the action referred to in paragraph 5 of the first paragraph 3 in respect of



a) such complementary building, extension or takkupa that

referred to in paragraph 5 of the first paragraph 10, 12 and 13, if the action taken

outside an area with detailed plan and outside a coherent

buildings where notification is needed with regard to the scope of

construction works in the buildings, or



(b)) that complement the building or extension referred to in 9

Cape. section 6 of the planning and building Act. Regulation (2015:837).



The handling of matters concerning permits, advance notice and registration



section 7/expires U: 2016-07-01/

A notification of a measure referred to in paragraph 5 shall be

writing and shall be made to the building Committee.



section 7/entry into force: 07/01/2016

A notification of a measure referred to in paragraph 5 shall be

writing and shall be made to the building Committee.



Building Committee to deal with a complaint promptly and

notify its decision if the startup notification within four weeks from the

time when all necessary information came into the Board.

If the question is of greater importance or of fundamental importance,

However, the Board may render its decision on the start of acceptance within eight

weeks from that time.



Provisions on the receipt, are found in section 8 of the Act

(2009:1079) on services in the internal market.

Regulation (2015:837).



section 8, an application for a permit or a notification shall, in addition to the

stated in Chapter 9. paragraph 21 of the planning and building Act (2010:900), contain

data on



1. the property's designation,



2. build the Lord's personal or corporate registration number, name and

address,



3. the date of construction, demolition or land works are

intended to be started, and



4. the proposed control manager's personal or

registration number, name and address, if necessary, a

control officer.



§ 9 an application for leave, notice or notification and such

other documents referred to in Chapter 9. paragraph 21 of the planning and building Act

(2010:900) must be so constructed that they are suitable for

filing, if the Building Authority so requests.



section 10 if a notification is incomplete, the building Committee

order the applicant to remedy the deficiency within a period of time.

The notice shall contain a statement that the notification can

be rejected or the matter settled as is if

the order is not complied with.



If the order is not complied with, the Building Authority may reject

notification or determine the matter as is.



Chapter 7. Control plan, funktionskontrollanter, inspectors

and experts



Control plan



§ 1 If a conversion is to be carried out in stages, the

dates referred to in Chapter 3. section 21 indicated in the control plan

under 10 Cape. the planning and building Act (2010:900).



Funktionskontrollanter, inspectors and experts



2 § When building Committee examines the need for an action or

a building controlled by someone who is an expert in accordance with

10 Cape. 8 § 2 the planning and building Act (2010:900) to the Board to

particular attention to the risk of serious personal injury

arise if the action or the construction works does not meet

prescribed requirements.



paragraph 3 of Such funktionskontrollanter as referred to in Chapter 8. section 25 and

experts under 10 Cape. 8 § 2 the planning and building Act (2010:900)

to have the knowledge, experience and suitability as needed

the task and be able to prove this with a certificate of

certification.



The certification shall be time-limited and relate to a given type

of work.



4 §/expires U: 2016-04-15/

The building Committee will accept certified inspectors

and funktionskontrollanter, as well as advice from experts

whose skills have been proven by certification. Board shall

also accept inspectors, funktionskontrollanter and

advice from experts who have proven their skills at

other equivalent methods pursuant to provisions in another country

within the European Union or the European economic

area.



4 section/entry into force: 04/15/2016

The building Committee will accept certified inspectors and funktionskontrollanter, as well as opinions from experts whose skills have been proven by certification. The Board shall also accept inspectors, funktionskontrollanter and advice from experts who have demonstrated their competence in any other equivalent manner under the provisions of another country in the European Union or the European economic area.



Provisions on temporary mobility and recognition of qualifications acquired or recognised in a State other than Sweden within the European economic area or Switzerland, see law (2016:145) on the recognition of professional qualifications and in the regulations issued in connection with the Act. Regulation (2016:169).



5 § Control Manager is not required for



1. measures which do not require permits or notification,



2. other small changes than those referred to in Chapter 10. 10 § 1

the planning and building Act (2010:900),



3. measures regarding outbuildings, garages and other small buildings,



4. the construction or extension of such a building referred to

in Chapter 9. 4 a of the planning and building Act,



5. modification of a complementary building which means that it becomes

complementary residential,



6. the extension referred to in Chapter 9. 4 b paragraph 1

the planning and building Act,



7. construction of Dormer Windows referred to in Chapter 9. 4 b of the first

paragraph 2 the planning and building Act,




8. Interior of a dwelling in a single-family homes,



9. moving one or more simple buildings,



10. to organize, establish, construct, move or substantially

modify a facility referred to in



(a)), Chapter 6. 1 § 4, if the plant is small and intended only

for a particular real estate needs,



(b)), Chapter 6. 1 § 6, if a wind turbine's diameter is less than three

meters,



(c)), Chapter 6. 1 §7,



(d)), Chapter 6. 1 § 8 or 9, if the plant is small, or



e) Chapter 6. 1, § 10;



11. such an alteration of a building referred to in Chapter 9. 2 § 3 c

the planning and building Act, if the action does not affect such a special

valuable building referred to in Chapter 8. paragraph 13 of the plan-and

Building Act,



12. an action relating to a plate or lighting device,



13. a measure requiring demolition permits, at the discretion of the

detailed plan or area regulations, or



14. an action that requires site improvement permits under Chapter 9. 11 – 13 of plan-

and building Act, if the operation is small.



First subparagraph 2-14 only applies if the building Committee is not

decides otherwise. Regulation (2015:837).



Chapter 8. Supervision, guidance and follow-up



section 1 the governmental authorities and the construction Committee's responsibility for

supervision of the planning and building Act (2010:900) and the EU-

regulations on matters within the scope of the law and

regulations, judgments and other decisions given in

connection to the law or such an EU regulation are complied with,

follows from the provisions of Chapter 11. the planning and building Act and the

This chapter.



Construction supervision of the Board of



section 2 unless otherwise specified in this chapter or other

Constitution, is the responsibility of the Planning Committee for the supervision of the



1. the developer to fulfil their obligations under the plan and

Building Act (2010:900) and according to the regulations in connection with the

the law, and



2. the provisions of Chapter 8. 1 to 18 and 24 to 26 sections and 9 and

10 Cape. the planning and building Act and in connecting regulations

followed in the other.



Market surveillance of construction products



3 §/expires U: 2016-04-20/

Building and planning will be acting as market surveillance authority

According to European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) no

765/2008 setting out the requirements for accreditation and market surveillance

relating to the marketing of products and repealing

Regulation (EEC) No 339/93, exercise market control over

construction products covered by



1. European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) No 305/2011

of 9 March 2011 establishing harmonised conditions

for the marketing of construction products and repealing Council

Directive 89/106/EC,



2. Council Directive 92/42/EEC of 21 May 1992 on the

efficiency requirements for new hot-water boilers fired with liquid

or gaseous fuel, as last amended by

European Parliament and Council Directive 2008/28/EC,



3. European Parliament and Council Directive 95/16/EC of 29

June 1995 on the approximation of the laws of the Member States relating to the

elevators, as amended by European Parliament and Council directive

2006/42/EC, and



4. European Parliament and Council Directive 2000/9/EC of 20

March 2000 relating to cableway installations designed to carry persons.

Regulation (2013:308).



3 section/entry into force: 04/20/2016

Building and planning will be acting as market surveillance authority according to European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) no 765/2008 setting out the requirements for accreditation and market surveillance relating to the marketing of products and repealing Regulation (EEC) No 339/93 exercise market control over construction products covered by 1. European Parliament and Council Regulation (EU) No 305 of 9 March 2011 laying down harmonised conditions for the marketing of construction products and repealing Council Directive 89/106/EC, 2. Council Directive 92/42/EEC of 21 May 1992 on efficiency requirements for new hot-water boilers fired with liquid or gaseous fuels, as last amended by European Parliament and Council Directive 2008/28/EC, 3. European Parliament and Council Directive 2000/9/EC of 20 March 2000 relating to cableway installations designed to carry persons, in the original wording, and 4. European Parliament and Council Directive 2004/33/EU of 26 February on the harmonisation of the laws of the Member States relating to lifts and safety components for lifts, in the original wording. Regulation (2016:141).



section 4 of the Swedish authorities, in accordance with Regulation (EC) no 765/2008 concerning

the market surveillance responsibilities arising from section 3



1. inform the public about their activities in accordance with article

17(2),



2. establish appropriate procedures under article 18(2),



3. develop programmes for their market control, send

notification of this and make it available to

public in accordance with article 18 (5),



4. perform the duties arising from articles 20-22 and

23(2), and



5. cooperate with other pursuant to article 24(4).



paragraph 5 of the Housing Board may, with the support of the market control responsibilities

follows from section 3, destroy or otherwise make the products

unusable in accordance with article 29(4) of Regulation (EC) no 765/2008.



Supervision over the suitability of certain construction products



5 a § in the case of construction products which are not covered by

Regulation (EU) No 305/2011 is responsible for the supervision of housing

the fact that the rules on the suitability of the products

in Chapter 8. section 19 of the planning and building Act (2010:900) and in

the provisions adopted in connection with the law is followed.

Regulation (2013:308).



Monitoring and evaluation of technical assessment bodies



5 b of the Swedish Board for accreditation and verification,

perform the tasks in relation to monitoring and evaluation

of technical assessment bodies referred to in article 29(3) of

Regulation (EU) No 305/2011.



The Swedish Board for accreditation and technical control shall, after

consulting the national housing Board, immediately notify the

Government if the Board finds that a technical

assessment body no longer meets the requirements laid down in

table 2 in annex IV to Regulation (EU) No 305/2011.

Regulation (2013:308).



Supervision of motor-powered devices in construction works



section 6, if necessary, to ensure that a motorized

device which is installed in a building meets the

requirements applicable to the device in accordance with Chapter 8. section 4 of the plan-and

Building Act (2010:900) and regulations, the

Building Committee, submit to the owning or otherwise responsible

for the device to ensure that the appliance to be controlled.

The authority shall, in the decision on the injunction set the background

be investigated.



section 7 to the extent that a motorized device that is installed in the

a building subject to supervision under the work environment Act

(1977:1160) work environment authority also is responsible for the supervision of

that the provisions on the control of motor-powered devices in

Chapter 5. and regulations on the control of motor

devices are followed.



Coordination and evaluation, etc.



section 8 a supervisory authority shall regularly monitor and

evaluate supervisory work.



§ 9 a supervisory authority shall, on request, provide the information

as a guiding authority needs for its

regulatory guidance.



section 10 where a supervisory authority draws attention to a circumstance that

may be regulatory measures with the support of the planning and building Act

(2010:900) and connecting regulations but which are covered by a

other regulatory responsibilities, the supervisory authority shall notify the

This circumstance to the responsible authority.



section 11 If a regulated persons subject to supervision under

laws and regulations that are closely connected with each other

should the responsible regulatory authorities coordinate supervision.



section 12 of the obligations provided for in §§ 8-11 does not apply to Government and

Building and planning.



Regulatory guidance



paragraph 13 of the national housing Board and the provincial government will provide regulatory guidance when

terms of supervision under the planning and building Act (2010:900) and

This regulation as closer is shown by 14 and

15 sections.



Authorities should actively promote coordination and collaboration in

tillsynsvägledningen.



section 14 of the County Board shall



1. provide regulatory guidance in the County by providing building Committee

advice and support to the Board's oversight role,



2. monitor and evaluate construction Committee's oversight role,

and



3. send information to the building and planning of the County Administrative Board

regulatory guidance and the development of the construction Board

enforcement, if the Swedish authorities request it.



section 15 of the national housing Board to provide regulatory guidance to



1. the County Administrative Board in planning issues, and



2. Building Committee through advice and support in its supervisory work.



section 16 of both the Housing and the provincial Government should have a plan for their

regulatory guidance. Plans shall cover a period of three years

and, if necessary, revised.



section 17 of the Swedish authorities shall regularly compile lessons learned from



1. municipal enforcement, and



2. the county administrative boards and the Agency's enforcement and

regulatory guidance.



The compendium should be submitted to the Government.



Monitoring of the application of the planning and building Act and the

connecting regulations



section 18 of the provincial Government shall



1. follow up the construction Committee's application of the plan and

Building Act (2010:900) and regulations in

connection to the law and if necessary give Building Committee advice and

support, and



2. at the Board's request, provide



(a) the Board of) the information on the application of construction plan-and

Building Act and regulations that have been issued in connection with

the law, and



b) such reports of detailed development plans and

area and by planning for

regional plans, master plans, zoning plans and

sectoral provisions necessary for the building and planning to get

knowledge of current trends within the Agency's

area of responsibility.



section 19 of the Housing Board to give advice and support on, monitor and analyze

as well as regularly compile lessons learned from

application of the planning and building Act (2010:900) and

regulations that have been issued in connection with the Act.




The compendium should be submitted to the Government.



Chapter 9. Building fines



General provisions



§ 1 A construction penalty under Chapter 11. the planning and building Act

(2010:900) to be levied for the violation and the amount

imposed by this chapter. The fee is set with

the application of the price base amount that applies to the year

the decision on the fees to be taken. The fee may not exceed

50 price base amounts. Regulation (2013:308).



section 2 If a construction penalty has been decided for a

infringement and the fee the culprit then does not take

correction, should a new charge for the offence charged. Each

such new charges with double the amount charged

last in accordance with this chapter. The total fee

for infringement may, however, be limited to a maximum of 50 price base amounts.



A new fee may be adopted only if the tariff obligation has

a reasonable time to take corrective action. Regulation (2013:308).



3 § If a penalty has been decided for a

infringement and the fee the culprit then re-making itself

guilty of an infringement of the same type, a fee of

the new offence will be charged double the amount as follows

of this chapter, subject to a maximum of 50 price base amounts.



The first subparagraph shall apply only to offences committed within two

year from the earlier decision on construction penalty.



3 a section About a construction penalty required to be withheld on the ground that

the charges culprit has begun an action before

the building Committee has given an initial statement, the fee

determined to half of the amount that would otherwise result from

This chapter if the culprit when the operation fees

began



1. had received planning permission for the action, or



2. the obligation to notify had completed the operation.

Regulation (2013:308).



section 4 of the supervisory authority is responsible for the collection of

construction fines.



Rules on the request for recovery, etc., see paragraphs 4 to 9

enforcement regulation (1993:1229). To the

debtor shall be invited to pay the claim before

application for recovery is made apparent from paragraph 3 of the said regulation.



Recovery need not be requested for a claim of less than

100 kroons, if the recovery is not required from a general point of view.



The use of motorised equipment in construction works



paragraph 5 of the Building the fine for use of a motorized

device in a building in violation of Chapter 5. 12, 13, 14

or section 15 is 2 price base amounts.



Start statement



New construction and expansion



6 § public works fine for that despite the prohibition in Chapter 10. paragraph 3 of the

the planning and building Act (2010:900) begin such a construction as

requires permits pursuant to Chapter 9. 2 section 1 or section 8 first

paragraph 2 a, 3 or 4 the planning and building Act or require

notification under Chapter 6. 5 section 2, 9 or 10 before

the building Committee has given a start notification is



1. for a one-or two-dwelling buildings price base amounts, 1.5 a

the addition of 0.005 price base amount per square metre of building

penalty area,



2. for a complementary building, complementary residential or

another small building, 0.25 price base amount with additions of

0.005 price base amount per square metre of building

penalty area,



3. for an apartment building, an office building, a

commercial building or a building for cultural and

sporting events, 3 price base amounts with an addition of 0.02

the price base amount per square metre of building's penalty area,

and



4. for a different building than those referred to in 1 to 3, 3

the price base amount with additions of 0.01 price base amount per

square meters of the building's penalty area.

Regulation (2015:837).



section 7 of the Building the fine for that despite the prohibition in Chapter 10. paragraph 3 of the

the planning and building Act (2010:900) begin such an extension

that requires permits pursuant to Chapter 9. 2 section 2 or section 8

the first subparagraph of paragraph 3 or 4 the planning and building Act or require

notification under Chapter 6. 5 section 2, 9, 10, 12, or

13 before the Planning Committee has given a start notification is



1. for a one-or two-dwelling buildings price base amounts, 0.5 a

the addition of 0.005 price base amount per square metre of

tillbyggnadens penalty area,



2. for a complementary building, complementary residential or

another small building, 0.08 price base amount with additions of

0.005 price base amount per square metre of tillbyggnadens

penalty area,



3. for an apartment building, an office building, a

commercial building or a building for cultural and

sporting events, 1 price base amounts with an addition of 0.02

the price base amount per square metre of tillbyggnadens

penalty area, and



4. for a different building than those referred to in 1 to 3, 1

the price base amount with additions of 0.01 price base amount per

square metres of tillbyggnadens penalty area.



If an action under the first paragraph refers to a takkupa, is

building the fine 0.25 price base amount per takkupa.

Regulation (2015:837).



Other alteration of a building than extension



section 8 Building the fine for that despite the prohibition in Chapter 10. paragraph 3 of the

the planning and building Act (2010:900) begin such an amendment of a

building that requires permits pursuant to Chapter 9. 2 paragraph 3 (a)

or paragraph 4 the planning and building Act or require

notification under Chapter 6. 5 section 11 and that means

changed usage before Planning Committee has given a

Start notice is



1. for a one-or two-dwelling buildings, 0.125 price base amounts with

the addition of 0.003 price base amount per square metre of the

penalty area which the change relates to,



2. for a complementary building, complementary residential or

another small building, 0.0625 price base amount with additions

of 0.003 price base amount per square metre of the penalty area

the change relates;



3. for an apartment building, an office building, a

commercial building or a building for cultural and

sporting events, 0.25 price base amount with additions of

0.0125 price base amount per square metre of the penalty area

the change relates, and



4. for a different building than those referred to in 1 – 3, 0.25

the price base amount with additions by 0.00625 price base amount per

square meters of the penalty area which the change relates.

Regulation (2015:837).



§ 9 Works fine for that despite the prohibition in Chapter 10. paragraph 3 of the

the planning and building Act (2010:900) begin such an amendment of a

building that requires permits pursuant to Chapter 9. 2 paragraph 3 b

or paragraph 4 the planning and building Act or require

notification under Chapter 6. 5 article 14, and that means

no additional property or premises for trade, crafts

or industrial refitted before Planning Committee has given a

Start notice is



1. for each additional housing, 0.125 price base amounts with a

the addition of 0.005 price base amount per square metre of the

penalty area which the change relates to, and



2. for each additional local, 0.25 price base amounts with a

the addition of 0.005 price base amount per square metre of the

penalty area which the change relates. Regulation (2015:837).



section 10 Building the fine to despite the ban of 10 Cape. paragraph 3 of the

the planning and building Act (2010:900) begin such an amendment of a

building that requires permits pursuant to Chapter 9. 2 paragraph 3 c

or paragraph 2 (a) or (c) or 4 plan and

Building Act and relating to a building's outward appearance before

the building Committee has given a start notification is



1. for a one-or two-dwelling buildings, 0.125 price base amounts with

adding 0.0005 price base amount per square metre of the

area to which the change relates to,



2. for a complementary building, complementary residential or

another small building, 0.0625 price base amount with additions

by 0.0005 price base amount per square metre of the area

the change relates to,



3. for an apartment building, an office building, a

commercial building or a building for cultural and

sporting events, 0.25 price base amount with additions of

0.002 price base amount per square metre of the area

the change relates, and



4. for a different building than those referred to in 1 – 3, 0.25

the price base amount with additions of 0.001 price base amount per

square meters of the area which the change relates.



If an action under the first paragraph refers to a window or a

door, is building the fine 0.125 price base amount per

window or door that is affected.



If an action under the first paragraph relates to a balcony, patio

or admission, is building the fine 0.25 price base amount per

balcony, terrace or entrance. Regulation (2015:837).

Regulation (2015:837).



section 11 of the public works fine for that despite the prohibition in Chapter 10. paragraph 3 of the

the planning and building Act (2010:900) begin any such change of

a building that requires permits pursuant to Chapter 9. paragraph 4

the planning and building Act or notification pursuant to Chapter 6. paragraph 5 of the first

paragraph 3 and which affect the load-bearing elements or affect the

the layout before Planning Committee has given a starting statement

is



1. for a one-or two-dwelling buildings, 0.125 price base amounts with

the addition of 0.003 price base amount per square metre of the

penalty area affected by the change,



2. for a complementary building, complementary residential or

another small building, 0.0625 price base amount with additions

of 0.003 price base amount per square metre of the penalty area

affected by the change,



3. for an apartment building, an office building, a

commercial building or a building for cultural and

sporting events, 0.25 price base amount with additions of

0.0125 price base amount per square metre of the penalty area

affected by the change, and



4. for a different building than those referred to in 1 – 3, 0.25

the price base amount with additions by 0.00625 price base amount per

square meters of the penalty area that are affected by the change.

Regulation (2014:471).



Other than buildings



12 § Construction fine to despite the ban of 10 Cape. paragraph 3 of the

the planning and building Act (2010:900) begin such action in


the case of an establishment other than a building that requires permission

According to Chapter 9. paragraph 5 the planning and building Act or

Chapter 6. § 1 or notification in accordance with paragraph 5 of the first paragraph 8 before

the building Committee has given a start notification is



1.1.5 price base amounts in respect of a facility for a

grundvattentäkt,



2.5 price base amount in the case of a gondola,



3.0.5 price base amount with additions of 0.005 price base amounts

per square metre of the area when it comes to an amusement park,

a Zoo, a sports ground, a ski slope with lift, a

campsite, a shooting range, a Marina, an outdoor pool,

an engine course or a golf course,



4.0.025 price base amount with additions of 0.005 price base amounts

per square metre of the area when it comes to a heap, a

material yard, a tunnel, a rock shelter, a parking lot

or a cemetery,



5.5 price base amount in the case of a fixed cistern or a

other fixed fire hazardous products or goods,



6.2.5 price base amount in the case of a radio or telemast

or a tower,



7.2.5 price base amount in the case of a wind turbine,



8.0.025 price base amount with additions of 0.01 price base amounts

per linear metre in the case of a wall or a fence,



9.0.5 price base amount with additions of 0.025 price base amounts

of the area in the case of a

transformer station. Regulation (2013:308).



Certain measures in respect of a building that requires permission

or notification



paragraph 13 of the Building the fine for that despite the prohibition in Chapter 10. 3

§ the planning and building Act (2010:900) begin such action in

question about a work that requires a permit under Chapter 9. section 8

first subparagraph 2 (b) the planning and building Act or notification under 6

Cape. 5 paragraph 4, 5, 6 or 7 before building Committee

has given a start notification is



1.0.25 price base amounts for installation or substantial

modification of a lift,



2.0.1 price base amounts for installation or substantial change

of a fireplace,



3.0.05 price base amount with additions of 0.0025 price base amounts

per square metre of the building area for installation

or substantial modification of a flue or means of

ventilation,



4.0.05 price base amount with additions of 0.0025 price base amounts

per square metre of the building or hectare for

installation or substantial change of a

water supply or wastewater,



5.0.25 price base amount with additions of 0.0025 price base amounts

per square metre of building area concerned for such an amendment

that significantly affect fire protection,



6.1 price base amount with additions of 0.001 price base amount per

square meters of the building area of the maintenance of a

such structures with special conservation value covered

the protective provisions adopted by virtue of Chapter 4. section 16 or paragraph 42 the planning and building Act or

the corresponding older regulations, and



7.0.25 price base amount with additions of 0.001 price base amounts

per square metre of the building or hectare for

maintenance or alteration of a building or

urban area in an area that constitutes a valuable environment.



If the operation in the first paragraph 3 – 7 do not affect a building

or hectare are building the fine



1.0.05 price base amounts for installation or substantial

modification of a flue or appliance for ventilation,



2.0.05 price base amounts for installation or substantial

modification of a water supply or

drain,

3.0.25 price base amounts for such an amendment as

substantially affect fire protection,



4.1 the price base amount for the maintenance of such construction works

with special conservation value covered by the

protective measures ordered pursuant to Chapter 4. section 16 of the

or 42 of the planning and building Act or

the corresponding older regulations, and



5.0.25 price base amounts for maintenance or modification of a

structures or buildings range in an area that constitutes a

valuable environment. Regulation (2014:1334).



Signage and lighting devices



section 14 of the building the fine for that despite the prohibition in Chapter 10.

section 3 of the planning and building Act (2010:900) begin such action in

the case of a sign or a light device that requires permission

According to Chapter 6. 3 or 4 section before Planning Committee has given a

Start notice is



1. for a billboard, 0.1 price base amount with additions of

0.025 price base amount per square metre of the area, and



2. for a lighting device, 0.0625 price base amounts.

Regulation (2013:308).



Demolition



15 § public works fine for that despite the prohibition in Chapter 10. paragraph 3 of the

the planning and building Act (2010:900) begin such a demolition of

a building that requires permits pursuant to Chapter 9. section 10 of the plan-and

Building Act or notification under Chapter 6, section 5, first paragraph 1

before Planning Committee has given a start notification is



1. in the case of a one-or two-dwelling buildings, 1

the price base amount with additions of 0.002 price base amount per

square meters of the demolished building's penalty area,



2. in the case of a complementary building, a

complement residential building or another small building, 0.17

the price base amount with additions of 0.002 price base amount per

square meters of the demolished building's penalty area,



3. in the case of an apartment building, an office building, a

commercial building or a building for cultural and

sporting events, 2 the price base amount with additions of 0.008

the price base amount per square metre of the demolished building

penalty area, and



4. in the case of a different building than those referred to in 1 – 3, 2

the price base amount with additions of 0.004 price base amount per

square meters of the demolished building's penalty area.



If a demolition refers to such a building that according to Chapter 9. 34 section 2

the planning and building Act should be preserved, should build fine

counts up to 300 per cent. Regulation (2014:471).



section 16 of the building the fine for that despite the prohibition in Chapter 10.

section 3 of the planning and building Act (2010:900) begin such a demolition of

part of a building that requires permits pursuant to Chapter 9. section 10 of the plan-

and building Act or notification pursuant to Chapter 6. paragraph 5, first subparagraph

1 before the Planning Committee has given a start notification is



1. in the case of a one-or two-dwelling buildings, 0.4

the price base amount with additions of 0.002 price base amount per

square meters of the demolished building part's penalty area,



2. in the case of a complementary building, a

complement residential building or another small building, 0.07

the price base amount with additions of 0.002 price base amount per

square meters of the demolished building part's penalty area,



3. in the case of an apartment building, an office building, a

commercial building or a building for cultural and

sporting events, 0.8 price base amount with additions of 0.008

the price base amount per square metre of the demolished building part

penalty area, and



4. in the case of a different building than those referred to in 1 – 3, 0.8

the price base amount with additions of 0.004 price base amount per

square meters of the demolished building part's penalty area.



If a demolition refers to a part of such a building which, in 9

Cape. 34 section 2 planning and building Act should be preserved,

building the fine count up with 300 percent.

Regulation (2014:471).



Land measure



section 17 of the Building the fine for that, despite the prohibition in Chapter 10. paragraph 3 of the

the planning and building Act (2010:900) begin a land measure

that requires permits pursuant to Chapter 9. 11, 12 or 13 § plan and

Building Act before Planning Committee has given a start notification is



1.0.025 price base amount with additions of 0.001 price base amounts

per square metre of the area of excavation or

fill in the blank,



2.0.05 price base amount with additions of 0.002 price base amounts

per square metre of the area of excavation or

filling in a public place,



3.0.025 price base amount with additions of 0.001 price base amounts

per square metre of the area of excavation or

filling in an area outside the plan,



4.0.25 price base amount per tree for tree felling, and



5.0.025 price base amount with additions of

0.0025 price base amount per square metre of the area of

forest plantations. Regulation (2013:308).



End statement



New construction and expansion



section 18 of the Building the fine for that despite the prohibition in Chapter 10.

section 4 of the planning and building Act (2010:900) to a building in use after

new construction before building Committee has issued a final notice is



1. for a one-or two-dwelling buildings price base amounts, with 0.3 a

the addition of 0.001 price base amount per square metre of building

penalty area,



2. for a complementary building, complementary residential or

another small building, 0.05 price base amount with additions of

0.001 price base amount per square metre of building

penalty area,



3. for an apartment building, an office building, a

commercial building or a building for cultural and

sporting events, 0.6 price base amount with additions of 0.004

the price base amount per square metre of building's penalty area,

and



4. for a different building than those referred to in 1 – 3, 0.6

the price base amount with additions of 0.002 price base amount per

square meters of the building's penalty area.



If only part of a building is placed in service, in violation of 10 Cape.

section 4 of the planning and building Act, referred to in the first subparagraph

If the penalty area instead refer to the area that is taken into use.

Regulation (2014:471).



section 19 of Building fine to despite the ban of 10 Cape.

section 4 of the planning and building Act (2010:900) to a building in use after

extension before Planning Committee has given a final notice is



1. for a one-or two-dwelling buildings price base amounts, with 0.1 a

the addition of 0.001 price base amount per square metre of

tillbyggnadens penalty area,



2. for a complementary building, a complementary residential or

another small building, 0.016 price base amount with additions

of 0.001 price base amount per square metre of tillbyggnadens


penalty area,



3. for an apartment building, an office building, a

commercial building or a building for cultural and

sporting events, 0.2 price base amount with additions of 0.004

the price base amount per square metre of tillbyggnadens

penalty area, and



4. for a different building than those referred to in 1 – 3, 0.2

the price base amount with additions of 0.002 price base amount per

square metres of tillbyggnadens penalty area.



If only part of a building is placed in service, in violation of 10 Cape.

section 4 of the planning and building Act, referred to in the first subparagraph

If the penalty area instead refer to the area that is taken into use.

Regulation (2014:471).



Other alteration of a building than extension



section 20 of the building the fine for that, despite the prohibition in Chapter 10.

section 4 of the planning and building Act (2010:900) to a building in use after

a change that means repositioning before

the building Committee has issued a final notice is



1. for a one-or two-dwelling buildings, 0.025 price base amounts with

an addition by 0.0006 price base amount per square metre of the

penalty area which the change relates to,



2. for a complementary building, complementary residential or

another small building, 0.0125 price base amount with additions

by 0.0006 price base amount per square metre of the penalty area

the change relates;



3. for an apartment building, an office building, a

commercial building or a building for cultural and

sporting events, 0.05 price base amount with additions of

0.0025 price base amount per square metre of the penalty area

the change relates, and



4. for a different building than those referred to in 1 – 3, 0.05

the price base amount with additions by 0.00125 price base amount per

square meters of the penalty area which the change relates.



If only part of a building is placed in service, in violation of 10 Cape.

section 4 of the planning and building Act, referred to in the first subparagraph

If the penalty area instead refer to the area that is taken into use.

Regulation (2014:471).



section 21 of the building the fine for that despite the prohibition in Chapter 10.

section 4 of the planning and building Act (2010:900) to a building in use after

such a change means that any further accommodation

or local trade, craft or industrial refitted before

the building Committee has issued a final notice is



1. for each additional housing, 0.025 price base amounts with a

the addition of 0.001 price base amount per square metre of the

penalty area which the change relates to, and



2. for each additional local, 0.05 price base amounts with a

the addition of 0.001 price base amount per square metre of the

penalty area which the change relates.



If only part of a building is placed in service, in violation of 10 Cape.

section 4 of the planning and building Act, referred to in the first subparagraph

If the penalty area instead refer to the area that is taken into use.

Regulation (2013:308).



section 22 of the building the fine for that despite the prohibition in Chapter 10.

section 4 of the planning and building Act (2010:900) to a building in use after

such a change that relates to or affects the load bearing parts

the layout before Planning Committee has given a final statement

is



1. for a one-or two-dwelling buildings, 0.025 price base amounts with

an addition by 0.0006 price base amount per square metre of the

penalty area affected by the change,



2. for a complementary building, complementary residential or

another small building, 0.0125 price base amount with additions

by 0.0006 price base amount per square metre of the penalty area

affected by the change,



3. for an apartment building, an office building, a

commercial building or a building for cultural and

sporting events, 0.05 price base amount with additions of

0.0025 price base amount per square metre of the penalty area

affected by the change, and



4. for a different building than those referred to in 1 – 3, 0.05

the price base amount with additions by 0.00125 price base amount per

square meters of the penalty area that are affected by the change.



If only part of a building is placed in service, in violation of 10

Chapter 4 of the planning and building Act, referred to in the first

the paragraph on the sanctions area instead refer to the area that are in

use. Regulation (2014:471).



Other than buildings



section 23 of the public works fine for that despite the prohibition in Chapter 10.

section 4 of the planning and building Act (2010:900) take a different facility than the

a building in use after construction, removal or alteration

before Planning Committee has given a final notice is



1.0.3 price base amounts in respect of a facility for a

grundvattentäkt,



2.1 the price base amount in the case of a gondola,



3.0.1 price base amount with additions of 0.001 price base amounts

per square metre of the area when it comes to an amusement park,

a Zoo, a sports ground, a ski slope with lift, a

campsite, a shooting range, a Marina, an outdoor pool,

an engine course or a golf course,



4.0.005 price base amount with additions of 0.001 price base amounts

per square metre of the area when it comes to a heap, a

material yard, a tunnel, a rock shelter, a parking lot

or a cemetery,



5.1 the price base amount in the case of a fixed cistern or a

other fixed fire hazardous products or goods,



6.0.5 price base amount in the case of a radio or telemast

or a tower,



7.0.5 price base amount in the case of a wind turbine,



8.0.1 price base amount with additions of 0.005 price base amounts

of the area in the case of a

transformer station.



If only a part of a plant is taken into use in violation of

10 Cape. section 4 of the planning and building Act, referred to in the first

the paragraph about the area rather than refer to the area that is taken into use.

Regulation (2013:308).



Certain measures in respect of a building that requires permission

or notification



section 24 public works fine for that despite the prohibition in Chapter 10. 4 §

the planning and building Act (2010:900) to a building in service

After such an action referred to in Chapter 9. paragraph 2

(b) the planning and building Act or Chapter 6. 5 paragraph 4, 5, 6

or 7 before Planning Committee has given a final notice is



1.0.05 price base amounts for installation or substantial

modification of a lift,



2.0.02 price base amounts for installation or substantial

modification of a fireplace,



3.0.01 price base amount with additions of 0.0005 price base amounts

per square metre of the building area for installation

or substantial modification of a flue or means of

ventilation,



4.0.01 price base amount with additions of 0.0005 price base amounts

per square metre of the building or hectare for

installation or substantial change of a

water supply or wastewater,



5.0.05 price base amount with additions of 0.0005 price base amounts

per square metre of building area concerned for such an amendment

that significantly affect fire protection,



6.0.2 price base amount with additions of 0.0002 price base amounts

per square metre of building area concerned for the maintenance of a

such structures with special conservation value covered

the protective provisions adopted by virtue of Chapter 4. 16

§ 42 paragraph or the planning and building Act or

the corresponding older regulations, and



7.0.05 price base amount with additions of 0.0002 price base amounts

per square metre of the building or hectare for

maintenance or alteration of a building or

urban area in an area that constitutes a valuable environment.



If the operation in the first paragraph 3 – 7 do not affect a building

or hectare, is building the fine



1.0.01 price base amounts for installation or substantial

modification of a flue or appliance for ventilation,



2.0.01 price base amounts for installation or substantial

modification of a water supply or wastewater,



3.0.05 price base amounts for such an amendment that materially

affect fire protection,



4.0.2 price base amounts for maintenance of such construction works

with special conservation value covered by the

protective measures ordered pursuant to Chapter 4. section 16 of the

or 42 of the planning and building Act or

the corresponding older regulations, and



5.0.05 price base amounts for maintenance or modification of a

structures or buildings range in an area that constitutes a

valuable environment.



If only part of a building is placed in service, in violation of

10 Cape. section 4 of the planning and building Act, referred to in the first

the paragraph about the building or hectare instead refer to the area

placed in service. Regulation (2014:1334).



Construction products



section 25/expires U: 2016-04-20/

Works fine for failing to establish a

Declaration of performance even though it is required under article 4(1) of the

European Parliament and Council Regulation (EU) No 305/2011 by

on 9 March 2011 laying down harmonised conditions for the

the marketing of construction products and repealing Council

Directive 89/106/EC or to provide a product on

market without the Declaration of performance under article 7(1) of the

the same regulation is 1 price base amounts. Regulation (2013:308).



section 25/entry into force: 04/20/2016

Works fine for failing to draw up a declaration of performance even though it is required under article 4(1) of the Regulation (EU) No 305 of 9 March 2011 laying down harmonised conditions for the marketing of construction products and repealing Council Directive 89/106/EC or to provide a product on the market without the Declaration of performance under article 7(1) of the same regulation are 1 price base amounts.



Works fine for an economic operator who fails to fulfil his obligations under Chapter 4. 11-11 e sections are 1 price base amounts. Regulation (2016:141).



10 Cape. Appropriations



Construction plant design



section 1 of the Swedish authorities may notify the regulations needed

the application of the provisions on



1. design of buildings in Chapter 2. 6, 8 and 9 of the plan-and

Building Act (2010:900),




2. design requirements for suitability in Chapter 3. section 1,



3. design requirements for accessibility and usability in

Chapter 8. 1 section 3 planning and building Act and Chapter 3. paragraphs 4 and 5, and



4. compliance with the design requirements of Chapter 8. section 2 of the plan-and

Building Act (2010:900) and Chapter 3. section 6.



section 2 of the Swedish authorities may provide for the refusal of

accessibility and usability that in accordance with Chapter 8. section 2 of the other

subparagraph, the planning and building Act (2010:900) should be considered as simple to

remedy and the other provisions necessary for

the application of easily remedied obstacles and

on exemption from such requirements.



Technical characteristics of construction works



section 3 of the Housing may notify the regulations needed

the application of the provisions on



1. requirements regarding mechanical resistance and stability

in Chapter 3. section 7,



2. requirements for safety in case of fire in

Chapter 3. section 8,



3. requirements relating to protection with regard to hygiene, health

and environment in Chapter 3. section 9,



4. requirements for safety when used in Chapter 3.

section 10,



5. specific safety requirements for the already constructed buildings in

Chapter 3. sections 11 and 12,



6. requirements regarding the protection against noise in Chapter 3. section 13,



7. requirements concerning energy economy and heat retention

in Chapter 3. 14 and 15 sections,



8. requirements concerning fitness for the intended purpose

in Chapter 3. 17 sections,



9. requirements relating to accessibility and usability in

Chapter 8. 4 paragraph 8 planning and building Act (2010:900) and

Chapter 3. 18 and 19 sections,



10. requirements regarding the management of water in Chapter 3.

section 20,



11. requirements relating to the management of wastes in Chapter 8. 4 §

first paragraph 9 the planning and building Act, and



12. implementation of property requirements at a later date in

Chapter 3. section 21.



3 a of the Swedish authorities may provide for the extent to which requirements should be adapted and deviations from the requirements under Chapter 3. section 28. Regulation (2015:934).



section 4 of the Swedish authorities may notify the regulations needed

the application of the provisions on the fulfilment of the

property requirements of Chapter 8. paragraph 5 of the planning and building Act (2010:900)

and Chapter 3. section 22.



paragraph 5 of the Board's right to regulate in accordance with §§ 3 and 4

does not apply in the cases referred to in paragraphs 6 and 7, or if any other

Authority has the right to communicate such information in accordance with

other statutes.



Before the Housing Board Announces rules with the support of 3

or 4 section should really hear the other relevant authorities in the

extent necessary.



section 6 of the Transport Board may, after consulting the national housing Board Info

the provisions necessary for the application of Chapter 3. 7 – 10

and 13 § § in the case of railways, metros, tramways, routes

and streets as well as the devices that belong to these.

Regulation (2014:225).



7 repealed by Regulation (2013:308).



Exception from design and property requirements on construction works



section 8 Housing may, except in the cases referred to in paragraphs 6 and 7, after

consulting other relevant authorities announce the rules

necessary for the application of the provisions on derogations from

design and property requirements on structures in Chapter 8. 6 –

8 § § the planning and building Act (2010:900) and Chapter 3. section 23 unless

any other authority under other statutes are entitled to

notify such provisions.



Plots, public places and other areas



§ 9 of housing may, in the case of land, public places and

areas for other holdings than buildings announce the

provisions necessary for the application of Chapter 8. § 9

first paragraph, 2, 3, 5 and 6 and 12-paragraph plan

and building Act (2010:900).



section 10 of the Swedish authorities may provide for the refusal of

accessibility and usability that in accordance with Chapter 8. section 12 other

subparagraph, the planning and building Act (2010:900) should be considered as simple to

remedy and the other provisions necessary for

the application of easily remedied obstacles and

on exemption from such requirements.



Maintenance



section 11 of the Housing Board may provide for such requirements at

maintenance referred to in Chapter 8. section 14 of the third paragraph, face and

Building Act (2010:900).



Construction products



section 12 of the Swedish authorities may provide for what is required for

that a construction product in accordance with Chapter 8. section 19 of the planning and building Act

(2010:900) should be considered suitable for inclusion in a

the construction works. Regulation (2013:308).



section 13 Has been repealed by Regulation (2013:308).



section 14 of the building and planning regulations may provide additional

type approval and production control.



Elevators, boilers and installations



section 15 of the regulations of Bbr may provide additional



1. which lifts covered by Chapter 3. 11 § 4 and which

measures to be taken,



2. what changes of a lift that could give rise to measures

According to Chapter 3. 11 § 5,



3. such requirements on health and safety, and the availability of

people with impaired movement or sense of direction that

must be met by lifts permanently serving

construction works and of the safety components used in such

elevators, and

4. which lifts and safety components covered by the

regulations under the 3.



section 16 of the national housing Board may provide for



1. such useful efficiency requirements to be met by new

hot-water boilers fired with liquid or gaseous fuels,



2. what boilers covered by the regulations referred to in paragraph 1,



3. the attestation of conformity with applicable requirements for lifts

with associated security components and to boilers or

devices for heating boilers, and



4. the labelling of products with associated safety components and

of boilers or appliances for heating boilers.



section 17 of the Swedish authorities may provide further instructions on



1. the meaning of the requirements on the suitability and availability and

usability as indicated in Chapter 8. 4 paragraph 7 and 8

the planning and building Act (2010:900) for cableway installations

within the scope of European Parliament and Council Directive 2000/9/EC

relating to cableway installations designed to carry persons,



2. the meaning of the safety requirements set out in Chapter 8. 4 §

first subparagraph 4 the planning and building Act of cableway installations

built before 3 May 2004 and falling within the scope of Chapter 8.

section 24 of that Act, and



3. the subsystems and safety components are required as a result of

the directive, in which case it is said about elevators and

safety components in Chapter 4. section 11 and sections 15 and 16 shall apply

cableway installations subsystems and safety components.



Check the operation of ventilation systems



section 18 of the Swedish authorities may provide for



1. certain types of ventilation systems and in some

types of buildings should be fully or partially exempted from

the provisions concerning the functional check, and



2. intervals for periodic inspection of

ventilation systems.



Control of motor-powered devices in construction works



section 19 of the Housing Board may announce the regulations necessary for



1. inspection or other technical inspection in accordance with Chapter 5. section 8,



2. qualification requirements for performing inspections or other technical

the control according to Chapter 5. section 8, and



3. the application of Chapter 5. 11.



Swedish authorities may announce further provisions concerning what lifts

and safety components referred to in Chapter 1. 5 § 1.



section 20 When building and planning deem as necessary information in accordance with

§ 19 and when the work reports such regulations shall be deleted,

from the requirements of the protection of health and safety. In the design

the regulations shall also take into account the national housing Board

design and construction as well as the supervision and control of

the devices are still being conducted.



In the regulations, it should be specified



1. what kind of deficiencies that have immediate relevance with

into account the requirements for the protection of safety and health,



2. the shortcomings that otherwise might be of importance with regard to the

the requirements for the protection of safety and health.



Prior to building and planning regulations, Agency Announces hear

The Swedish work environment authority and the electrical safety authority to the extent

needed.



The handling of cases for permission, notice or notification



section 21 of the regulations of Bbr may provide needed

the application of the rules on handling cases of

lov, advance notification and notification in Chapter 9. paragraph 21 of the plan-and

Building Act (2010:900) and Chapter 6. 7 – 10 sections.



Control plan



section 22 of the regulations of Bbr may provide needed if

design of a control plan according to 10. 6-8 of the plan-

and building Act (2010:900).



Funktionskontrollanter, inspectors and experts



section 23 of the regulations on Housing,

funktionskontrollanter, inspectors and experts

necessary for the application of Chapter 7. 2-4 paragraphs.



Monitoring implementation of construction, demolition and

Earth works



section 24 of the regulations of Bbr may provide needed

the application of the provisions on



1. execution of construction, demolition and land actions in 10 Cape.

paragraph 5 of the planning and building Act (2010:900), and



2. protective measures for demolition in Chapter 5. section 17.



Supervision



section 25 of the national housing Board, in its guidance area Info

rules about what information a supervisory authority according to

Chapter 8. section 9 shall disclose and how and when the information is

left.



Language requirements



section 26/expires U: 2016-04-20/

Swedish authorities may provide for language requirements under 16

Cape. 6 paragraph 5 and 6, the planning and building Act

(2010:900). Regulation (2013:308).



26 section/entry into force: 04/20/2016

Swedish authorities may provide for the language or languages in which 1. performance declarations, instructions and safety information in accordance with article 7(4), 11.6, 13(4) and 14(2) of Regulation (EU) No 305/2011 shall be provided,




2. manufacturers, importers and distributors shall provide the supervisory authority with information and documentation pursuant to articles 11(8), 13.9 and 14.5 of Regulation (EU) No 305/2011,



3. instructions and other information and documentation relating to lifts and safety components for lifts shall be provided,



4. contact information for installers of lifts and to manufacturers and importers of safety components for lifts will be available, and



5. a declaration of conformity with regard to the lifts or safety components for lifts shall be provided.

Regulation (2016:141).



Compensation for the testing costs etc.



section 27 of the national housing Board may provide for compensation for



1. the costs of sampling and examination of the sample as referred to in

11 kap. 8 b of the planning and building Act (2010:900), and



2. products shall be checked in accordance with Chapter 11. 8 c § same

team. Regulation (2013:308).



Charge for supervision



section 28 of the Swedish Board for accreditation and technical control,

provide for the fees for supervision and

evaluation of technical assessment bodies referred to in Chapter 11.

66 section planning and building Act (2010:900). Regulation (2013:308).



Transitional provisions



2011:338



1. This Regulation shall enter into force on 2 May 2011.



2. The regulation repeals



a) planning and building regulation (1987:383)



b) Decree (1991:1273) on the operation of

ventilation systems,



c) Ordinance (1994:1215) on technical requirements on

construction works, etc.,



(d)) Regulation (1999:371) on the control of elevators and some

other motor operated appliances in construction works.



3. Older regulations still apply to cases

that has started before 2 May 2011 and cases and applications

concerning the appeal of the decision in such a case or case

until the goal, or the case has been finally decided.



4. The specific safety requirement on a car doors or a

other appropriate protection in Chapter 3. 11 § 4 (a) need not be complied with

before 31 december 2012, if the lift is equipped with a plate

warning of the risk of being pinched by objects that get stuck in

shaft wall.



2013:308



1. This Regulation shall enter into force on July 1, 2013.



2. The regulation repeals Regulation (2012:976) if

harmonised conditions for the marketing of construction products.



3. Older regulations still apply to infringements

that have taken place before July 1, 2013. The new regulations

should, however, be applied if they result in a more lenient sentence.



4. The new regulations also apply to applications for

to be appointed as technical assessment bodies received before

the entry into force.



2014:471



1. this Regulation shall enter into force on 2 July 2014.



2. Older regulations still apply to infringements

that have taken place before 2 July 2014. The new regulations

should, however, be applied if they result in a more lenient sentence.



2015:837



1. This Regulation shall enter into force on 1 July 2016 in relation to

Chapter 6. section 7 and otherwise 1 January 2016.



2. For notifications that have been submitted to the building Committee

before 1 July 2016 regards Chapter 6. paragraph 7 of the older

the wording.



3. For the actions that have been initiated before 1

January 2016 regards Chapter 6. 5 and 6 sections and Chapter 9. 6-10 of

the older wording.



2016:141



1. this Regulation shall enter into force on 20 april 2016.



2. for the examination of questions concerning the designation and notification of conformity assessment bodies in accordance with §§ 7-9 teams (2011:791) on accreditation and technical control, the Swedish Board for accreditation and control take account of provisions in Chapter 1. 7 a §, and Chapter 4. 11-11 f §§ before its entry into force.



3. Older regulations apply to lifts and safety components for lifts which are placed on the market before 20 april 2016.