ENVIRONMENT – SPATIAL PLANNING – TOWN PLANNING
Design is comprised of two distinct classes of spatial plans:
- At Spatial Planning, planning is purely characterized by strategy and indicative content – Strategic Planning.
- At Town Planning, planning has a regulatory character – Regulatory Design.
At the same time, the field of environmental law requires environmental assessment by organizing a classifying framework for activities. Environmental impact studies accompany the choices of design and any environmental interventions.
ν.4042/2012 – “Ποινική προστασία του περιβάλλοντος – Εναρμόνιση με την Οδηγία 2008/99/ΕΚ – Πλαίσιο παραγωγής και διαχείρισης αποβλήτων – Εναρμόνιση με την Οδηγία 2008/98/ΕΚ – Ρύθμιση θεμάτων Υπουργείου Περιβάλλοντος, Ενέργειας και Κλιματικής Αλλαγής.” – Explanatory Report
LICENCE AGREEMENTS – BUILDING PERMISSIONS
The issue of building in our country was and is a field of state policy application which, based on the institutional regulatory framework, is linked to our culture, our socio-economic conditions, our way of life and expression. Building permition is not just an administrative act. It is the permission to intervene in the environment, which has been for many years a cultural testimony about the conditions and the perception of a society and its influences in the time it is issued.
INVESTMENTS – LICENSING FRAMEWORK
Strategic public and private investments are governed by a specific framework that establishes rules for design-incentives-rapid licensing.
The legal framework also promotes a centralized authorization-licensing-monitoring process with a view to legal certainty for investors and acceleration of the procedures for issuing administrative acts.
ν.4072/2012 – Explanatory Report
ν.4864/2021 – Strategic investments and the improvement of the investment environment through the acceleration of processes in private and strategic investments and the creation of a framework for spin-off companies and other urgent provisions for development – Explanatory Report – Parliamentary Scientific Report
Sustainability and Climate Change issues are having an increasingly direct impact on businesses, investors, consumers, the workforce and governments. Consequently, the management of an organization’s legal parameters now requires the inclusion of environmental, social and governance (ESG) criteria.
All law-documents are updated on the basis of all the latest amendments made.