Regulation (2010:1121) If The Contribution To The Management Of Valuable Cultural Environments

Original Language Title: Förordning (2010:1121) om bidrag till förvaltning av värdefulla kulturmiljöer

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Introductory provision

§ 1 subject to availability of funds, Government grants under this

Regulation is left to the

1. care of valuable cultural environments,

2. making available of valuable cultural environments,

3. development of knowledge-base,

4. archaeological excavation at residential construction, and

5. archaeological investigation at smaller working companies.

Care of valuable cultural environments

section 2 of the grants may be given for historically motivated

costs in the care of historic buildings, buildings in

cultural reserves and settlements that are of national interest for

cultural environment. Buildings can be

urban environments, buildings and other structures.

section 3 grants may be given for historically motivated

costs of health care and care of the valuable cultural

landscape within the existing or prospective cultural reserve

or landscape that is of national interest for

cultural environment.

section 4 grants may be given for costs of care by

ancient monuments. Regulation (2013:557).

paragraph 5 of the premium may also be made for historically motivated

costs in the care of other valuable cultural environments that have

particular importance for the understanding of the historical context

or who have particular local or regional importance.

Regulation (2013:557).

section 6 of the Contribution may be made only if it can be assumed that the environment

cultural-historical values will be preserved for the future.

At grant design must also take into account:

1. on the cultural environment and its cultural-historical values is

or intended to be available to the public, and

2. the landlord's own effort and the opportunity to

long-term maintenance of an effective management of the

cultural-historical values.

Making available of valuable cultural environments

section 7 of the Contribution may be provided for efforts to make available

valuable cultural environments for the public and to

disseminate knowledge about these and the historical phenomena and

sequence of events which they represent. At grant design

should there be special importance to cultural heritage so far

as possible should be made available and useful for all.


section 8 Subsidies may be provided to such

knowledge-base needed to implement

operations grants provided for under this regulation.

9 § Contributions may be made to such General

or targeted regional and communal knowledge base that

designed to take advantage of cultural and historical values of the

community planning. At the grant granting to the possibilities

the co-financing taken into account.

Archaeological excavation at residential construction

10 § Contributions may be made to the archaeological investigation and

other measures under Chapter 2. paragraph 13 of the heritage conservation Act

(1988:950) if the site is in an older town and

concerned by the continuing settlements. Regulation (2013:557).

section 11 of the premium may be granted only if the

1. There is a substantial public interest

the settlement comes about,

2. There are no possibilities to adapt the buildings so that

ancient ruins are not affected,

3. other cultural values are not damaged by

the rules of the company, and

4. the cost is considerable in relation to the total cost

the rules of the company. Regulation (2013:557).

section 12 of the allowance may not exceed the cost which, under 2

Cape. section 14 of the cultural heritage Act (1988:950) shall be paid by the

the entrepreneur. As such, the cost doesn't count the cost of

machine time and labour. Regulation (2013:557).

Archaeological investigation at smaller working company

section 13 grants may be submitted to archaeological investigation and

other measures under Chapter 2. paragraph 13 of the heritage conservation Act

(1988:950), which under the Act shall be paid by the entrepreneur, by

smaller working company

1. prompted by a Government decision or any other

an overriding factor, and

2. means minor changes in the use of a building, a

facility or an area of land and, having regard to

the circumstances are appropriate to the entrepreneur is relieved

the cost of the archaeological actions.

Even if the company is not of a kind specified in

first subparagraph, grants are provided to the costs for taking

to be the ancient finds in accordance with Chapter 2. the cultural heritage Act, section 13, if

There are special reasons. Regulation (2013:557).


section 14 of the grants may not be submitted to a government agency in

as a property manager or refer to measures

can get Church antiquarian compensation.

Grants may not cover measures for which compensation has

submitted pursuant to Chapter 2. Ordinance (2007:481) on support for

rural development measures.

Grants for archaeological investigation at less

working company according to § 13 shall not be submitted to a State

or municipal bodies.

Caseload management

section 15 of the grant application submitted to the provincial government. Questions about

contributions are being assessed by the National Heritage Board or, after

The authority of the provincial government. If

not the County Board shall review the case, the en-

opinion send application documents to the

The National Heritage Board.

section 16 of the authority that decides on the grant may decide

conditions for the grant of use, antiquarian participation;

documentation, inspection and other accounting and

preserving and making available. In the decision, the time

specified that the grant available.

section 17 of the Contribution is paid on request since the measures and

costs as contribution relates to finally have been approved by the

determining authority.

If there are reasons, a portion of the allowance is paid in

advances. Conditions may be placed on advanced use and

If bond or other security.


section 18 If the measures relating to the refund has been done to

the measures are reported to and, if necessary, inspected by

the authority that decided on the contribution or by any other

that authority decides in each individual case.

Refunds and chargebacks

section 19 of the authority that decided on the contribution may decide to

a grant will not be paid out, if it can be assumed

that contribution has been granted on the basis of incorrect information.

section 20 of the recipient of a grant under this regulation are

repayment required if

1. the receiver by providing incorrect information or

otherwise have caused that the contribution has been provided

improperly or with excessive amounts,

2. the refund for any other reason than what is said in 1 has

given incorrectly or with too high amount and the recipient

should have known this,

3. the contribution is not used for the purpose for which it has been granted


4. the recipient does not submit such report provided in 18


5. terms and conditions of the decision have not been fulfilled, or

6. a decision on responsibility for costs that led to contributions

under section 4 and 5 is changed so that the liability is reduced for

the recipient of the grant.

section 21 if a beneficiary is required to repay pursuant to the

section 20, the Authority decided to grant decide

to fully or partially recover the contribution, including

interest rate (1975:635).


section 22 of the National Heritage Board shall notify the provisions

necessary for enforcement of this regulation.


paragraph 23 of 22 a of the Administrative Procedure Act (1986:223) is

provisions for an appeal to the public

Administrative Court. Other decisions than decisions under section 19 may

However, cannot be appealed.

Transitional provisions


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

Regulation (1993:379) if contributions to the heritage protection should

cease to apply.

2. The repealed regulation still apply, however, for

contributions which have been granted before the entry into force.