Retaining decisions on land development conditions, introduction of integrated investment plans and new acts of spatial planning – as announced, these are the most important assumptions of the spatial planning reform, which is to enter into force next year.
The Deputy Minister of Development and Technology talked about them in an interview for Prawo.pl.
ONE OF THE MOST INTERESTING SOLUTIONS SEEMS TO BE THE INTRODUCTION OF INTEGRATED INVESTMENT PLANS.
These would be agreements concluded between the municipality and the investor, under which the necessary infrastructure, such as roads or water supply systems, would be implemented.
Despite the fact that the project seems very interesting, everything may come crashing down – as in the case of other initiatives of this kind – on the unwillingness of local governments.
The DECLARATION TO LEAVE THE DECISION ON BUILDING CONDITIONS IN THE LEGISLATION SYSTEM should also be evaluated positively. It is an indispensable move to guarantee the possibility of investment realization in many places where there are no proper spatial planning acts.
However, according to the planners’ intention, the decision will no longer be valid indefinitely – it will expire after three or five years.