Regulation (2010:1770) Of Geographic Environmental Information

Original Language Title: Förordning (2010:1770) om geografisk miljöinformation

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Chapter 1. Introductory provisions



Article 1 this regulation lays down provisions on the Swedish

the infrastructure for access to and exchange of geographic

environmental information in electronic form and that is

useful for activities and actions that may affect the

human health or the environment. With regard to the obligations

for local authorities and individual agencies is the regulation announced



1. pursuant to section 7 of the Act (2010:1767) of geographical

information on the environment in terms of Chapter 6. 1 and 2 sections,



2. under section 8 of the Act on spatial environmental information in

question about Chapter 4. 10-15 sections and Chapter 5. paragraphs 2 and 3,



3. pursuant to article 9 of the law on geographical environmental information in

question about Chapter 2. 2, 3 and 7 sections, Chapter 3. 19 and 21 sections, Chapter 4. 1,

2, 4, 6 and 8 sections and Chapter 5. 1 and 4 sections.



Otherwise the regulation conferred pursuant to Chapter 8. 7 and

11 of the Constitution. Regulation (2013:1165).



paragraph 2 with regard to the processing of personal data pursuant to this

Regulation does not apply to section 2 of the personal data Act (1998:204).



section 3 of this regulation,



e-commerce service: a service that makes it possible to electronically

via the Internet or other electronic interfaces have access

to the geo-environmental information and

information management services, and



performance information responsibilities: that in terms of geographical

environmental information relating to Swedish conditions fulfil

information responsibilities under section 5 of the Act (2010:1767) of geographical

environmental information.



Terms and expressions in the remainder of this regulation, the same

meaning as in the law of geographical information on the environment. With

spatial data sets referred to is the same as the geographic

environmental information. With network services and spatial data services

means the same as information management services.



Chapter 2. Coordination



Overall coordination



section 1 of the national land survey of Sweden shall coordinate the Swedish infrastructure

access to and exchange of geographic environmental information through

to ensure that the



1. in Sweden there is a coherent system for

the information,



2. on the Internet continuously, there is a functioning entrance to

the system,



3. information management services are coordinated so that the system can

work well, and



4. the system is coordinated with the system for geographical

environmental information held within the European Union.



National land survey of Sweden shall be the contact point for the European Commission

in matters concerning the Swedish infrastructure for access to

and exchange of geographic environmental information.



The information management coordination



2 § the information liable under any of the

the thirty-three informational topics listed in Chapter 3. should



1. keep informed on where to find such a geographical

environmental information related to the theme, and



2. notify the Secretariat if the conditions that influence

for the coherent system for information and

information sharing of responsibility.



If a theme is divided into two or more

information managers, they shall coordinate their work, designate someone

being a coordinator and inform the Secretariat of who is

Coordinator for the theme.



3 § If geo-environmental information describing or

lägesbestämmer something that stretches across the border to a

other country and description or location determination does not

consistent with the other country's description or

location determination, the person responsible for the information

According to Chapter 3. take measures within their competence in order to

along with it, or those who are responsible in the second

the country ensure that the information is consistent.



Information that a public authority does not have information responsibilities for



section 4 If an administrative authority, there are geographical

environmental information which the authority is not responsible for

under this regulation, the authority shall inform the

Survey on this.



Reporting and other information to the European Commission



paragraph 5 of the national land survey of Sweden to respond for the reporting to the European

the Commission, which relate to how it Swedish coherent system

for spatial environmental information is structured and used.



Reporting shall take place every three years and include updated

data on



1. how the information officers are coordinated with each other and

with other users of the system and how they

information managers and users have contributed to

coordination,



2. how the quality is ensured,



3. use of the system,



4. cooperation agreement between the parties responsible for providing information, and



5. costs and benefits of the system.



paragraph 6 of the Secretariat should provide the European Commission with the data

requested by the Commission for its analysis of how

information systems in the European Union work together

and of what should be done to organize a working collaboration.



7 section in carrying out the obligations laid down in paragraphs 5 and 6 shall

National land survey of Sweden follow Commission decision (2009/442/EC) of 5

June 2009 on the implementation of the European Parliament and of the Council

Directive 2007/2/EC as regards monitoring and reporting.



§ 8 The information officers in accordance with Chapter 3. shall, within their

responsibilities give verbal directions, the information needed to

National land survey of Sweden to fulfil its responsibilities under sections 5 and 6.



section 9 of the national land survey of Sweden, announce the rules needed

enforcement of section 8.



Chapter 3. The information Division of responsibility



Coordinate-based reference system for positioning



§ 1 in case of coordinates of geodetic reference systems

necessary for uniquely referencing information

information responsibilities carried out by the national land survey of Sweden.



Geographical grid systems



§ 2 in the case of geographical grid systems where the grids are

harmonised with multiple resolutions, with a common starting point

and with standardised location and size of the boxes,

information responsibilities carried out by the national land survey of Sweden.



Place names and other geographical names



section 3 of the question about the name of the administrative districts, regions,

sites, regions, towns and other settlements, names of

geographical and topographical phenomena of General or

historical interest as well as other place name or geographical names

should information responsibilities carried out by the national land survey of Sweden.



Administrative divisions



section 4 Of administrative units at the local, regional and national

level that is separated by administrative boundaries,

information responsibilities are fulfilled by



1. the national land survey of Sweden in the field of border and regional and

the municipal boundaries, and



2. The maritime administration in terms of the base lines and Lands

is the basis for the calculation of the territorial sea,

territorialgränsen and bound for Sweden's economic zone.



Addresses



§ 5 in the case of data in the form of location addresses,

postal code and post towns, information responsibilities are fulfilled by

National land survey of Sweden.



Real estate areas



6 § in the case of data on buildings and samfälligheters

areas shall be performed by the Secretariat of information responsibilities.



Infrastructure for transport



section 7 For road, rail, air and water transport networks with

related infrastructure, as well as links between the various networks should

information responsibilities are fulfilled by



1. The CAA in the field of air transport and airports;



2. The maritime administration in terms of waterways, shipping routes and

public harbours;



3. The Transport Department in the case of rail, railway stations,

rail yards, roads, ferry crossings and road service facilities,

and



4. The Transport Agency in terms of traffic regulations

the road network.



Information responsibility also includes the network referred to in

European Parliament and Council decision No 1692/96/EC of 23

July 1996 on Community guidelines for the development of the

trans-European transport network.



Waters, river basins and other hydrographic



section 8 for coastal waters and inland surface waters and associated

river basins and sub-basins (hydrographic

element), information responsibilities fulfilled by



1. the national land survey of Sweden in the field of shorelines, wetlands, and

inland surface waters, and



2. The Swedish Meteorological and Hydrological Institute in terms of

coastal areas, river basins and networks to

describe the flows.



Protected areas



section 9 For areas that are designated or managed within the framework of the

international law, European Union law

or Swedish legislation in order to achieve specific

environmental objectives, information responsibilities fulfilled by



1. Marine and water in terms of areas protected

or should be protected under the Convention on the protection of

Baltic marine environment (SUN, 1996:22) or Convention

for the protection of the marine environment of the North-East Atlantic (SUN

1994:25),



2. The environmental protection agency in the case of national parks, nature reserves,

cultural reserves, natural monuments, veterinary and plant health areas,

Habitat protection areas decided by a municipality or

the County Administrative Board, special protected areas listed under 7

Cape. 27(1), 1 or 2 environmental code,

water protection areas, areas with wildlife conservation where

The environmental protection agency or the County Administrative Board is a Contracting Party, and

areas that are protected or should be protected under other

international commitments than the conventions referred to in paragraph 1,



3. National Heritage Board in the case of ancient ruins,

listed buildings and Church cultural heritage in accordance with

the cultural heritage Act (1988:950) as well as governmental listed buildings

According to the Regulation (2013:558) on governmental listed buildings,

and



4. in the case of Forest conservation agreement Board areas where

The Swedish forest Agency is party to the agreement and habitat protection areas

decided by the Swedish forest Agency. Regulation (2013:559).



Height-and depth conditions



section 10 For digital elevation models for land, ice and ocean surface


including the height of land, deep under water and coastline,

information responsibilities are fulfilled by



1. the national land survey of Sweden in the field of höjdgitter and contour lines, and



2. The maritime administration in terms of the depth of the sea, lakes and

water trails.



The ground cover



section 11 of the physical and biological soil cover on the soil surface should

information responsibilities carried out by the national land survey of Sweden in respect of landscaped

surfaces, agricultural areas, forests, wetlands and water.



Pictures of the Earth's surface (orthophotos)



section 12 For geo-referenced image data of the Earth's surface (orthophotos) from

satellites or airborne sensors, information responsibilities

carried out by the national land survey of Sweden in the field of geo-referenced image data

included in the main image supply program.



Geological conditions



section 13 of the bedrock, soil, ground water, landforms and

other geological conditions by composition,

properties and structure of information responsibilities are fulfilled by

Geological survey in the area of bedrock,

soil cover, groundwater, geophysics and geochemistry.



Statistical units



section 14 of the units for the dissemination and use of statistical

information (statistical units), information responsibilities

be fulfilled by



1. the national land survey of Sweden in terms of counties and municipalities,



2. The central statistical office statistical boxes and

areas under the European Union's common nomenclature for

territorial units for statistics (NUTS) and areas for

The European Commission's urban analysis (Urban Audit), and



3. The Swedish Meteorological and Hydrological Institute in terms of

river basins.



Building location



section 15 in respect of the geographical location of buildings,

information responsibilities carried out by the national land survey of Sweden.



Soil composition



section 16 Of soils and soil types and their characteristics

If the depth, texture, structure and content of particles and organic

material, stoniness, erosion, where appropriate,

mean slope and anticipated water storage capacity,

information responsibilities fulfilled by the geological

investigation in the case of soils.



Land and water use



section 17 of the land and water use by current and

future planned feature or socio-economic use,

information responsibilities fulfilled by the State's agricultural work in question

If the agricultural land to aid financed entirely

or in part by the European Union.



The relationship between human health and the environment



section 18 For information on the effects on human health or the

well-being that have a direct or an indirect connection

with the quality of the environment (geographical distribution of dominance of

pathologies), information responsibilities fulfilled by



1. The Swedish civil contingencies Agency in terms of

accidents,



2. The National Board of health and welfare in case of injuries, illnesses and

causes of death,



3. Geological Survey in terms of radiometric

measurements and the chemical composition of the groundwater, soil,

marine sediments and lake sediment, and



4. The Transport Department on noise propagation of

rail and road traffic according to the Regulation (2004:675)

If the environmental noise. Regulation (2013:1165).



Facilities and places of public utility and public

services



§ 19 for plants for wastewater treatment,

waste management facilities, facilities for

energy supply, water supply installations,

civil protection facilities, schools, hospitals, and other

utilities and public services, information responsibilities

be fulfilled by



1. the inspection for health and social care in the case of home care

or treatment, retirement homes, hospitals and health centres,



2. the County Administrative Board in the case of



a) areas where exemptions have been given from the dumping ban in 15

Cape. 33 § environmental code,



b) areas for extractive waste,



c) installations for the handling of hazardous waste that is

licensed under the environmental code,



d) recycling centers and environmental stations

licensed under the environmental code,



e) installations for the treatment or disposal of

sewage sludge that are licensed under the environmental code,

and



f) sewage treatment plant that is licensed

According to the environmental code,



3. The Swedish civil contingencies Agency in terms of

fire stations, shelters and audio transmitter for

utomhusvarning,



4. SOS Alarm Sweden AB in case of emergency centres,



5. State school in terms of school units for preschool,

primary school, special school, Sami school, vocational programs,

secondary school and upper secondary school for pupils with learning disabilities,



6. The central statistical office in the case of police stations,

premises for the school as well as Government and municipal offices,



7. Swedish power grid in case of backbone for electricity including

facilities, and



8. Transport Department in respect of noise protection, erosion control,

flood protection and facilities for ras or

skredvarning that connects to roads and railways.

Regulation (2013:1165).



Facilities and sites for environmental monitoring



section 20 for placement and use of facilities and sites

for environmental monitoring carried out by public authorities

or on their behalf, information responsibilities are fulfilled by



1. Marine and water in case of



a) national environmental monitoring of lakes, streams and the

marine environment, and



b) environmental monitoring of bathing water covered by

bathing water regulation (2008:218),



2. the County Administrative Board in the context of regional environmental monitoring of air,

country environment, lakes, watercourses and the marine environment,



3. The environmental protection agency concerning



a) national environmental monitoring of air and terrestrial environment, and



b) national biogeographic follow-up of specific protected

areas listed under Chapter 7. 27 paragraph 2

the environmental code,



4. The Forestry Board in the case of forestry plots, and

monitoring of biodiversity in forests with high conservation value,



5. Geological Survey for the monitoring of

ground water, sea sediments and lake sediment, and



6. The Swedish University of agricultural sciences in national

monitoring of forest condition and change.

Regulation (2012:771).



Production and industrial facilities and sites



section 21 of the activities referred to in 9, 11 or 12.

Environment Act shall, subject to section 22,

information responsibilities are fulfilled by



1. the County Administrative Board in the case of activities which are

licensed under Chapter 9. section 6 of the environmental code,

water operations under Chapter 11. the environmental code, gravel and

crushed rock,



2. The Swedish civil contingencies Agency in terms of

activities under the Act (1999:381) concerning measures to

the control of major-

chemical accidents,



3. The Swedish Energy Agency in such establishments

energy supply from renewable energy sources which are not

licensed or notifiable under the environmental code,



4. Swedish power networks in the field of dam safety,



5. Geological Survey in the area of mines and

sites, and



6. The Swedish Meteorological and Hydrological Institute in terms of

environmental impact of tailings dams.



Plants in agriculture or aquaculture



section 22 To aquaculture facilities,

agricultural production plants, irrigation systems, greenhouses,

stables and other agricultural equipment should

information responsibilities fulfilled by the State's agricultural work in question

If the aquaculture production business and production sites for animal husbandry.

Regulation (2012:771).



Population distribution



section 23 of the geographical distribution of people, with

befolkningskaraktäristika and activity levels, aggregated by grid,

region, administrative unit or other analytical unit shall

information responsibilities carried out by the central statistical office in

question on population statistics.



Conditions justifying special management, regulation

or reporting



section 24 of the areas managed, regulated or used for

reporting at international, European, national, regional

and local level, such as landfills, protected areas around

drinking water supplies, areas that are sensitive to

nitrate load, regulated fairways at sea or in major

inland waters, areas for the dumping of waste, areas with

bullerrestriktioner, areas with permission for exploration

and mining, river basin districts, relevant units for

reporting and areas of coastal management,

information responsibilities are fulfilled by



1. Marine and water in case of



a) limits for areas with fredning of fish or the prohibition of

fishing and

other administrative limits on fishing, and



b) fish water, areas sensitive to eutrophication and

protection areas around water sources,



2. the County Administrative Board in the case of landfills, areas with

contaminated land, target areas for liming and mussel water;



3. The State's agricultural works in the area of sensitive areas according to the

section 5 of the Ordinance (1998:915) about environmental concerns in agriculture



4. Geological Survey in the case of areas with

permits for exploration and mining, and



5. The Swedish Meteorological and Hydrological Institute in question

If water bodies and watersheds.

Regulation (2012:771).



Floods, landslides, avalanches, forest fires or other

risks arising from nature's impact



section 25 For vulnerable areas classified by atmospheric,

hydrological, seismic and volcanic phenomena, fires, and

other risks arising from nature's impact and that on

seriously can influence society should

information responsibilities are fulfilled by



1. The Swedish civil contingencies Agency in terms of

general stability mapping and overview

flood mapping,




2. Swedish geotechnical Institute in terms of skredrisker for

Göta River Valley,



3. Geological Survey in the area of bedrock,

soils, groundwater and marine geology, and



4. The Swedish Meteorological and Hydrological Institute in question

If water flow statistics. Regulation (2013:1165).



Atmospheric conditions



section 26 of the physical conditions in the atmosphere,

information responsibilities fulfilled by Swedish Meteorological and

Hydrological Institute in the field of atmospheric models.



Meteorological and hydrological conditions



section 27 Of precipitation, temperature, wind speed, wind direction and

other meteorological conditions as well as discharge and other

hydrological conditions will information responsibilities fulfilled by



1. The Swedish civil contingencies Agency in terms of

fire risk values for vegetation,



2. The Swedish Meteorological and Hydrological Institute in terms of

Meteorological and hydrological conditions, and



3. The Transport Department in terms of meteorological conditions from

Finnra's information systems.



Physical conditions of seas and other salt water



section 28 in respect of currents, salinity, wave heights, and other

geographical, oceanographic and physical conditions of

Oceans and seas, divided into regions and sub-regions with

similar characteristics, information responsibilities are fulfilled by

The Swedish Meteorological and Hydrological Institute.



Areas of relatively homogeneous ecological conditions with

similar properties (biogeographic region)



section 29 For areas that are relatively homogenous ecological

conditions with similar characteristics (bio-geographic

regions) shall be performed by the information responsibilities



1. Marine and water in the area of freshwater

Eco-regionalization,



2. Survey of national inventories of

vegetation,



3. The environmental protection agency in the case of biogeographical regions,

natural geographic regions and myrregionindelning, and



4. the National Board of forestry with regard to forest areas.

Regulation (2012:771).



Habitats and habitats



section 30 For geographical areas characterised by specific

ecological conditions, processes, structures and

life support functions and which are natural habitats for

organisms that live there will be information responsibilities are fulfilled by



1. Marine and water in the case of compilations of

nationally, particularly valuable freshwater and marine areas,



2. Survey of national inventories of

vegetation,



3. the County Administrative Board in the case of regional Habitat inventories,



4. The environmental protection agency concerning national inventories of

wetlands, habitat types in and outside protected areas, and

Habitat types in specially designated protected areas,



5. the National Board of Forestry of national inventories of

forests with high conservation value, and



6. The State's agricultural work in terms of the national

the inventory of meadow and pasture. Regulation (2012:771).



Species distribution



section 31 For geographical distribution aggregated by grid, region,

administrative unit or other analytical devices of animals-

and plant species occurrence, information responsibilities are fulfilled by



1. Marine and water in case of national

compilations of fish, and



2. The environmental protection agency of national assemblies of

species occurrences. Regulation (2012:771).



Energy resources



section 32 For energy resources, with frequent deep or

height information on the extent of the resource, information responsibilities

be fulfilled by



1. The Swedish Energy Agency in terms of wind conditions,



2. Geological Survey of Sweden in respect of deposits of

energy, minerals, oil, natural gas, coal and peat and energy

prospects for geothermal energy, and



3. The Swedish University of agricultural sciences in terms of biomass in growing

tree.



Mineral deposits



33 section Of ores, industrial minerals and other mineral deposits,

as depth or height information on the resource's

scope, information responsibilities carried out by the Swedish

geological survey in the area of berggrundsgeologi, gravel,

crushed rock, mineral and rock resources.



Chapter 4. Information as to the meaning of responsibility



§ 1 the person has information responsibilities under this regulation,

ensure that the information, the information management services

and the metadata that is subject to disclosure responsibility

available and are useful in the coherent system

for geo-environmental information. Information responsibility to

performed under this chapter.



section 2 of the Disclosure shall be made electronically via the Internet,



1. to customize the geographical environmental data to the requirements of

the implementing rules referred to in paragraph 3, or



2. the transformation services referred to in paragraph 4 4.



paragraph 3 of the Additional provisions relating to the information referred to in Chapter 3.

to be made available and on its usefulness in the

coherent system of geo-environmental information,

Commission Regulation (EU) no 1089/2010 of 23

November 2010 on the implementation of the European Parliament and of the Council

Directive 2007/2/EC as regards interoperability of spatial

data sets and services. Regulation (2012:771).



Information management services



4 § information management services should make it possible



1. to search for geo-environmental information and searching

after other information management services on the basis of

the content of the corresponding metadata and to display the content of the

metadata (search),



2. to see the geo-environmental information and, in the case of such

information presented in the form of maps or similar,

navigate, zoom in and out, Pan and to

look at it by adding various information layers on top of each other

and individually, as well as to find explanatory information and the

relevant content of metadata relating to information

(view services),



3. downloading and, if appropriate, get instant access

for copies of spatial environmental information or parts of the

(download services),



4. transforming geographic environmental information without

regular manual intervention will be useful in the

coherent system (conversion services), and



5. to come into contact with other information management services

and e-commerce services so that you can use them

(access services).



5 § Search services under section 4(1) shall mean that you can search

geographic environmental information with the search criteria related to the



1. keywords,



2. classification of geographic and environmental information

information management services,



3. data quality and validity,



4. information about the geographic environmental information

comply with such provisions referred to in paragraph 3,



5. geographical location,



6. the conditions of access to and use of

geographic environmental information and information management services,



7. who or what information officers, and



8. who establishes, manages, maintains or

Deploying geographic environmental information or

information management services.



section 6 of the transformation services referred to in paragraph 4 of 4 can be combined with

the other information management services in a way that is

compatible with the relevant provisions referred to in paragraph 3.



section 7 Additional provisions on search services, display services,

download services and transformation services, see

Commission Regulation (EC) No 976/2009 of 19 October

2009 on the implementation of European Parliament and Council directive

2007/2/EC as regards the network services. There is also the

rules on when and how the services will be

available.



For the information referred to in Chapter 3. 14-33 sections need

search services, display services, downloading services and

conversion services do not exist until metadata for

the information has been developed. Regulation (2012:771).



section 8 Liaison Services need to be available under

1-6 of the first at the time and in the manner permitted by

such provisions on access services announced by

The European Commission in accordance with article 16 of the European Parliament

and Council Directive 2007/2/EC. Regulation (2012:771).



Metadata



§ 9 the Metadata for the particular geographic environmental information or a particular

information management services shall include information on



1. how it meets such provisions referred to in

section 3,



2. the fees and other terms and conditions that apply to access

to and use of the information or

data management service,



3. data quality and validity,



4. who or what information officers,



5. who establishes, manages, maintains or

distribute the information or

data management service,



6. restrictions on public access to

information management services gain access to information

or data management service, to the extent that such

limitations, and



7. the reasons for the restrictions referred to in 6.



Metadata should be complete and up-to-date, and maintain a

high quality that they make it possible to identify, inventory, and

make use of the information or data management service.



section 10 further provisions about metadata, see the Commission's

Regulation (EC) no 1205/2008 of 3 december 2008 on the

implementation of European Parliament and Council directive

2007/2/EC on the metadata.



Fees and other conditions



section 11 Search services shall be provided without charge.



12 § view services under 2 shall be provided without

fee. Such a display service may, however, be provided at an

fee, if the service relate to large volumes of geographic


environmental information is frequently updated, and a fee is required for

to cover the costs incurred by the update and maintenance of

the information involved.



section 13 A download service or service may

be provided for a fee only if the cost of the service

and the information provided through the service is not covered on

otherwise.



section 14 If an authority may collect charges from authorities for

services referred to in paragraph 4 or for geographical

environmental information, the charges do not exceed the costs

to reproduce, provide and disseminate information

the respective costs of the services, subject

the second paragraph.



If an authority is obliged to charge such fees

referred to in the first subparagraph to cover a substantial part of

the costs of a business, the total revenue is not

exceed the cost of collection, production,

reproduce and disseminate the information and the costs

for services and a reasonable return on investment.



The first and second subparagraphs shall not apply in relation to fees

abstracted from the authorities for the re-use of documents

where it is apparent that the documents will be used in

competitive activities. Provisions for such fees

and if the fees collected from the individual, see paragraph 7 of the law

(2010:566) where the re-use of documents from the

public administration. Regulation (2015:288).



section 15 of the one who is responsible and charges a fee for

the provision of a viewing service, download service

or service shall ensure that there is an e-

commercial service.



section 16 Notwithstanding sections 11-13 may



1. geographical and environmental information

information management services that are made available through a

display service be designed in such a way as to prevent

Re-use for commercial purposes, and



2. a provision of geo-environmental information or

an information management service be subject to conditions if the

Disclaimer and license agreement for how the information or

data management service may be used.



Enforcement regulations



section 17 of the national land survey of Sweden may notify the regulations needed

implementation of 1-6 and 9 sections as well as Regulation (EC) no

976/2009 and Regulation (EC) no 1205/2008.



Chapter 5. Cooperation



section 1 of those parties responsible for providing information under this regulation,

collaborate by giving each other access to geographical

environmental information and information management services to

the information and services may be used when public

tasks that may have an impact on the environment is carried out. Such cooperation

should also be done with



1. those parties responsible for providing information according to the corresponding

provisions in other countries of the European Union,



2. the European Union institutions and bodies

established by international agreements to which the European

the community and the Member States of the European Union are parties,

and



3. the authorities, municipalities and individual bodies of the European

the Union without being information officers fulfill

public tasks that may have an impact on the environment.



If cooperation is not possible in the coherent system for

geographic environmental information shall be arranged by agreement or

other information management services than those included in the

coherent system.



section 2 Of the cooperation under article 1, those that have information responsibilities

under this regulation, charge fees and set up other

conditions for access to and use of geographic

environmental information and information management services. Fees

and conditions shall be in accordance with Chapter 4. 11, 12 and 16 sections.



paragraph 3 of the fees collected pursuant to section 2 of the



1. may only refer to expenses that are not covered in any other way,



2. shall be consistent with the objective to facilitate the provision and

maintenance of the continuous system for geographical

environmental information, and



3. must not be higher than is necessary to the overall

the levy shall cover the costs of constructing, operating,

Update and development of the services and the information

conveyed through the services and to continuously be

provide information and services.



section 4 of the Charges under section 2 shall not be withdrawn for the performance of a

obligation to report to any of the European Union

institutions.



§ 5 The who has information responsibilities under this regulation,

enter into contracts with those partners under section 1 of the

detailed arrangements and conditions for cooperation.



Sweden may conclude such cooperation agreement even on issues

refers to any other informationsansvarigs cooperation, if

The national land survey and the information officer is in agreement.



section 6 of the provisions on cooperation with the European Union

institutions and bodies established by

international agreements to which the European Community and the European

EU Member States are parties in the Commission

Regulation (EU) no 268/2010 of 29 March 2010 implementing

European Parliament and Council Directive 2007/2/EC as regards the

access for Community institutions and bodies to

Member States ' spatial data sets and services on

harmonised conditions.



Chapter 6. Voluntary participation



section 1 of The as is not responsible for information under this

Regulation may, on application, to voluntarily participate in the

coherent system for spatial environmental information through

making information and information management services

available in the system, if participation



1. refers to the geographic environmental information



2. means that metadata is provided meeting the requirements of

Chapter 4. § 9 and Regulation (EC) no 1205/2008,



3. the data and information management services are

useful in the system, and



4. means that the participants meet the obligations in

otherwise applicable to information managers.



section 2 of the Questions of voluntary participation under review by

National land survey of Sweden.



Transitional provisions



2010:1770



1. This Regulation shall enter into force on 1 January 2011.



2. Reporting under Chapter 2. § 5 shall first be made

not later than 15 may 2013.



3. the information referred to in Chapter 3. 14-33 sections and

connecting information management services need metadata

Although chapter 4. 1 § be first on 3 december 2013.



4. Information to be made available pursuant to Chapter 4. 1 and

2 § § first, at the time that occurs



a) two years after that the provisions referred to in Chapter 4. paragraph 3 has

adopted, if the information has undergone extensive

restructuring or nyinsamlats after the entry

entry into force, or



b) seven years after that the provisions referred to in Chapter 4. paragraph 3 has

adopted, if the information is not covered by (a).