How to regulate a plot of land?
The procedure to regulate a plot of land is determined in the Spatial Development Act. To regulate streets, neighborhoods, plots of land in order to build on them and for other purposes which do not involve building you need to have a Detailed Layout Plan.
Based on art. 14 from the Spatial Development Act when regulating a plot of land, this determines its borderlines to the street, road or alley and the neighboring properties. The regulation of a plot of land determines also the following:
1. The specific purpose of the land, the activities which can be performed in it and the type of construction allowed to be built;
2. The method of construction - free, joined or complex;
3. The character of the construction (depending on the height and the floors);
4. The lines of construction (the building borderlines within which construction is allowed and the lines within which building is obligatory);
5. The building parameters:
a) the percentage of building on the plot
b) the building density on the plot
c) the intensity of construction on the plot
d) the percentage of minimum free land (which is not constructed)
e) the percentage of the minimum grassing area
The mayor of the municipality where the plot is located issues an order for approval of the Detailed Layout Plan. Once the plot is regulated it is not subject to future regulation.