Planning requirement decision or deviation decision
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In certain situations, applying for a building permit may require a planning requirement decision or a deviation decision.
The builder must have a valid planning need decision before submitting an application for a building permit in an area not covered by the local detailed plan. The application for the planning need decision must be submitted to an authority designated for the task by the munic ...
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The building code of Uusikaupunki has no separate areas designated as requiring planning. Instead, the need for planning is considered on a case-by-case basis. The deviation decision is needed in situations when you deviate from the intended use specified by the plan or exceed the building right, for example.
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If the entrepreneur has established itself in another country in the European Economic Area and temporarily offers services in Finland, the same permits are required as from entrepreneurs established in Finland.
In certain situations, applying for a building permit may first require a planning requirement decision or a deviation decision.
The builder must have a valid planning requirement decision if they are applying for a building permit in an area requiring planning. The application for a planning requirement decision must be submitted to an authority designated by the municipality before applying for the building permit.
The municipality will determine whether the site in question is located in an area requiring planning. An area requiring planning is an area that is not covered by the municipality’s local detailed plan but where there may be a need to take measures such as constructing roads, water pipes or sewers.
The planning requirement decision will be in effect for the period stated in the decision (a maximum of two years). An application for the building permit must be submitted during this period.
If the builder wants to deviate from the local detailed plan or other provisions, regulations, prohibitions or restrictions that are in accordance with the Land Use and Building Act or that have been issued under it (such as the building code), they must obtain a deviation decision before being granted the building permit. The municipality may grant the deviation under certain conditions.
There must always be a particular reason for deviations. The deviation may not interfere with other uses of the area, for example, or cause damage to nature.
The deviation decision will be in effect for the period stated in the decision, which is two years at most.