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Applying for planning permission for the construction of an installation using the simplified procedure

Source: Zuständigkeitsfinder Schleswig-Holstein (Linie6PLus)

Service Description

Building permit:
Once the building permit has been issued, builders can assume that the approved building projects comply with public law regulations, insofar as these are to be checked in the building supervisory approval procedure.

Simplified building permit procedure:
For building projects (with the exception of special buildings), a simplified building permit procedure can be applied for in accordance with Section 63 of the Schleswig-Holstein State Building Regulations (LBO). The simplified procedure is the standard procedure. If the requirements for a simplified approval procedure are not met, e.g. in the case of special buildings within the meaning of Section 2 (4) LBO or if the author of the design is not fully authorized to submit building plans in accordance with Section 65 (2) LBO, a building approval procedure in accordance with Section 64 LBO is required. The building application must be submitted to the lower building supervisory authority.

Partial buildingpermit:
A partial building permit can be issued before the final building permit is issued. This permits the start of construction work for individual components. The application for a partial building permit must be submitted to the lower building supervisory authority.

Preliminary decision:
Prior to submitting the building application, the client may be issued with a preliminary decision on individual issues relating to the building project (Section 75 LBO). The application for a preliminary decision must be submitted to the lower building supervisory authority.

Exemption from approval:
According to § 62 LBO, building structures exempt from approval do not require a building permit ("building without a building permit"). The required building documents must be submitted to the municipality or, if the lower building supervisory authority offers a separate electronic procedure (so-called virtual building office), to the lower building supervisory authority.

Removal of installations:
The removal of installations listed in Section 61 (3) sentence 1 numbers 1 to 3 is exempt from the procedure. This does not apply to cultural monuments. All other structures and buildings, including cultural monuments, must be notified to the lower building supervisory authority at least one month prior to removal. In the case of non-freestanding buildings, a structural engineer generally needs to be involved; the lower building supervisory authority should therefore be contacted beforehand. .


Who should I contact?

To the lower building supervisory authorities of the

  • districts or independent cities or
  • of the independent municipalities (cities) listed in § 1 of the state ordinance on the transfer of tasks of the lower building supervisory authority to independent municipalities and offices.
Which documents are required?

All building documents required for the assessment of the building project and the processing of the building application must be submitted with the building application in accordance with the Building Documents Ordinance (BauVorlVO).

What are the fees?

Fees are due. These can vary in amount. Detailed information can be obtained from the responsible office.

What deadlines do I have to pay attention to?

The building permit and partial building permit expire if work on the project has not begun within three years of being granted or if work has been interrupted for more than one year. The preliminary decision is valid for three years. This period of validity can be extended upon application. The exemption from approval is also valid for three years, but cannot be extended.

Legal basis
What else should I know?

There are building projects that do not require a procedure. These are regulated in § 61 LBO. These include, for example

  • Building projects for greenhouses,
  • gazebos,
  • fountains,
  • swimming pools,
  • temporarily erected scaffolding or
  • bicycle parking facilities.

The building owners are responsible for these. They must therefore ensure on their own initiative that a change of use does not contradict public law regulations, for example the provisions of a development plan.

A distinction must be made between building projects that do not require a procedure and those that do not require approval in accordance with Section 62 LBO.

Author

The text was automatically translated based on the German content.

Who should I contact?

To the lower building supervisory authorities of the

  • districts or independent cities or
  • of the independent municipalities (cities) listed in § 1 of the state ordinance on the transfer of tasks of the lower building supervisory authority to independent municipalities and offices.

Which documents are required?

All building documents required for the assessment of the building project and the processing of the building application must be submitted with the building application in accordance with the Building Documents Ordinance (BauVorlVO).

What are the fees?

Fees are due. These can vary in amount. Detailed information can be obtained from the responsible office.

What deadlines do I have to pay attention to?

The building permit and partial building permit expire if work on the project has not begun within three years of being granted or if work has been interrupted for more than one year. The preliminary decision is valid for three years. This period of validity can be extended upon application. The exemption from approval is also valid for three years, but cannot be extended.

Legal basis

What else should I know?

There are building projects that do not require a procedure. These are regulated in § 61 LBO. These include, for example

  • Building projects for greenhouses,
  • gazebos,
  • fountains,
  • swimming pools,
  • temporarily erected scaffolding or
  • bicycle parking facilities.

The building owners are responsible for these. They must therefore ensure on their own initiative that a change of use does not contradict public law regulations, for example the provisions of a development plan.

A distinction must be made between building projects that do not require a procedure and those that do not require approval in accordance with Section 62 LBO.

Author

The text was automatically translated based on the German content.

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