There is hereby established the regional legislative framework on town and country planning, which shall aim at the protection and preservation of natural, cultural and environmental resources. Town and country planning shall be based upon the regional environmental plan, territorial coordination plans and general urban plans drawn up at the municipal level.
This Regional Act defines the administrative functions that pertain to regional authorities as regards the productive use of public lands as well as the recognition of public uses. The aim is to promote the use of public lands for agro-forestry and silvopastoralism purposes.
In implementation of article 50, paragraph 1-bis of Regional Act No. 16 of 2002, this Decree determines those waterworks and installations which may be realized by way of derogation from the prohibition laid down in the Regional Act above-mentioned. In fact, article 50, paragraph 1 of the Act prohibits the realization of waste disposal installations within 150 metres from the banks.
This Regional Act aims at the protection and restoration of land and at the same time lays down provisions on the preservation of water resources and their exploitation for irrigation. The Act provides for the subdivision of the regional territory into restoration districts, as specified in article 2.
This Regional Act sets out the legislative framework for the integral bonification of land with a view to ensuring land conservation, water safety, environmental protection and preservation of rural areas. It provides for the rearrangement of bonification consortia operating in the regional territory and further provides for the adoption of plans in the different districts.
This Regional Act supplements Regional Act No. 34 of 1992 by inserting new article 26 ter, which concerns the adoption of the plan on alienation and valorization of lands pertaining to the Region, the Provinces and the Municipalities within the Marche Region.
Amends: Regional Act No. 34 on town and country planning. (1992-08-05)
The Act aims at the protection and development of rural territories, giving particular regard to the protection of the environment and the rational utilization of water resources for irrigation purposes. The Region shall operate in conjunction with reclamation consortia (art. 15), whose main tasks shall be the planning, realization and management of reclamation and irrigation interventions.
This Provincial Act is divided into five Titles. The aims pursued are the protection of any kind of land falling within the provincial territory, giving particular regard to forests, mountain grasslands and pastures, in order to ensure their conservation and productivity and to guarantee their rational and sustainable use.
This Regional Act sets out the legislative framework for the definition of lands destined to public uses, with a view to promoting the development of rural areas and ensuring environmental protection. The Regional Executive is in charge of the delimitation and registration of lands for public use, according to the procedure regulated under articles 4 and 5.
These provisions regulate the exercise of the functions entrusted to regional authorities as regards public uses of lands, with particular regard to agro-forestry and silvopastoralism uses. The Act also regulates the procedure for the designation of such public lands.