- And real estate regulation
Kromann Reumert's environmental and public law group renders advice on all issues relation to planning regulation, use of land and other real estate regulations. Importantly, we also involve in our counselling the interaction with other areas of law, including environmental and building law, when making recommendations.
We advise on all conventional planning law issues, including:
- Local development plans and the duty to draw up such plans
- Strategic environmental assessments
- Environmental impact assessments (EIA)
- Compliance with the authorities' requirements
Furthermore, we have particular expertise in special areas such as the retail trade rules of the Planning Act and the rules on the development of urban areas and ports. Thus, we have in the past few years advised existing enterprises in areas selected for urban renewal on planning, environmental and lease issues arising when areas that are traditionally subject to pollution and noise are selected for sensitive use.
Finally, the group has extensive experience in advising on other real estate regulation, i.a. the rules of the Nature Protection Act on protection lines, the general prohibition of altering listed buildings, and preservation and protection.
We typically assist in:
- Assessing the validity and legality of specific measures or questions of liability
- Applying for exemptions from a general prohibition or listing requirement
- Filing complaints to the Nature Protection Board of Appeal and/or the valuation authorities