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  1. Library Resource
    Albania, Europe, Southern Europe

    This Instruction lays down rules and procedures for obtaining construction permits for high risk energy-related buildings and provides for the establishment of the commission responsible for the evaluation of the applications and the issuance of permits. The preliminary examination of the applications is handled by the designated unit at the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Energy after the payment of required fees while the final decision is taken by the Evaluation Commission whose tasks and rules of procedure are provided for in the Instruction.

  2. Library Resource
    Regulations
    Albania, Europe, Southern Europe

    This Regulation amends articles 2, 3, 5 and 9 of Regulation 289 of 2006. According to the amendments the ALUIIZC will now have the General Directorate based in Tirana and local departments in every district except the district of Tirana where it will have four local departments. The agency is chaired by the General Director and two deputy directors. Further, ALUIIZC implements duties and responsibilities laid out in Law no. 9482 of 2006.

  3. Library Resource
    Regulations
    Albania, Europe, Southern Europe

    This Regulation amends article 2(a) of Regulation 289 of 2006. According to the amendment the ALUIIZC will now have 7 (seven) local departments in the district of Tirana.

    Amends: Regulation No. 289 of 2006 on the organization and functioning of the Agency of Legalisation, Urbanisation, and Integration of Informal Zones/Construction (ALUIIZC). (2006-05-17)

  4. Library Resource
    Regulations
    Albania, Europe, Southern Europe

    This Regulation amends sections a, b, e and c of article 5 of Regulation 289 of 2006. The amendments affect the duties and responsibilities of the deputy directors who will now chair the departments of legalization, compensation and urbanization, the dept. of mapping, information technology, and initial registration of unlawful construction, and the human resources department, respectively. Further, the ALUIIZC personnel should comply with the general requirements of the civil service law and the special requirements prepared by the general director of the agency.

  5. Library Resource
    Regulations
    Albania, Europe, Southern Europe

    This Regulation amends and supplements articles 2, 4, 7, and 8 of Regulation No. 480 of 2011 on land use planning. It supplements the scope of regulation by introducing under article 2 additional areas of application including the use to define the parameters and the permitted use of land until the drafting of the general instruments of local planning is completed. The amendment also substitutes the wording ‘national regulation of planning’ with ‘national regulation of planning instruments’.

    Amends: Regulation No. 480 of 2011 on land use planning. (2011-06-22)

  6. Library Resource
    Legislation
    Albania, Europe, Southern Europe

    This Law amends and supplements articles 1 and 3 of Law No. 9244 of 2014. Article 1 is amended to prohibit construction work on agricultural lands except in cases foreseen in its sections 2 and 4, while section 3 is supplemented to allow temporary construction on agricultural lands not permanently attached to it and that are necessary for agricultural and livestock-related activities.

    Amends: Law No. 9244 on agricultural land protection. (2004-06-17)

  7. Library Resource
    Legislation
    Albania, Europe, Southern Europe

    This Law aims at ensuring the sustainable development of the territory through the rational use of land and natural resources; assessing the actual and future potential of the territory development on a local and national level by balancing natural resources with economic demand and public and private interests.

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