In order to ensure that no actual or legal changes take place during an urban redevelopment which may have an aggravating effect on the redevelopment process, certain measures in a formally defined redevelopment area are subject to a Approval reservation.
It requires the written approval of the municipality
- the construction, modification, conversion or disposal of buildings or other construction facilities;
- the taking of significant or value-enhancing changes to land and construction facilities;
- contractual relationships under the law for the use or use of land (in particular rent and lease),
- the sale of immovable property and the conclusion of a corresponding debt-law contract,
- the appointment of a right onering the property (e.g. a mortgage) and the conclusion of a corresponding contractual agreement under debt law,
- the justification, modification or cancellation of a construction load or
- the division of a plot of land.
In certain cases, the municipality may grant a general authorisation for the formally defined remediation area or parts of it. If this is the case, that general authorisation shall be made public.
Do not require permission
- projects involving the municipality or the remedial authority,
- legal transactions for the purpose of anticipating the legal succession,
- Projects approved prior to the formal definition of the remediation area shall be
- legal transactions for the purpose of national defence and
- the acquisition by the demand carrier of land which are involved in a procedure pursuant to Section 38 of the Building Code.