Can you build or not: Check the Spatial / Regulation plan

Things that you should check before buying a land in Vrnjačka Banja, is if and what you are allowed to build on that land. For that, you can ask for the location information in the Department of Urban Planning, Environment and Property Affairs. There, you can submit a formal request or ask about the possibility to build on that land.

Information on the Location

The Information on the Location is not a compulsory document, except in the case of a request for building an auxiliary object, a garage or 10/04 kV or 20/04 kV transformer stations.

Obtaining the Information on the Location: The request is submitted to the Municipality, Department of Urban Planning, Environment and Property Affairs.

There is a small administrative tax to pay for the request of the Information on the Location that covers true costs of issuing it. The Department of Urban Planning, Environment and Property Affairs will issue the Information on the Location document within eight days from the day of filing a request.


The procedure of obtaining the necessary documentation for construction is conducted within a unified procedure, at one place, from issuance of site conditions to the issuance of the exploitation permit.

  1. The investor submits only the documents that the competent authority cannot obtain ex officio
  2. All rights are obtained on the cadastral plot that meets all the requirements for the building lot

Phase 0 – Preparation

Making a buildable lot

In the Information on the Location, it will be stated if cadastral parcel fulfills the conditions to be a buildable lot. In some cases, when the buildable lot has to be formed, the Information on the Location provides conditions for forming a buildable lot, based on the design project of re-allotment / allotment.

Phase 1 – Site conditions

Contain data on possibilities and limitations of building on a cadastral plot, e.g. all conditions necessary for the preparation of project for the building permits.

The request for the location permit is submitted to the Municipality, Department of Urban Planning, Environment and Property Affairs.

  1. Investor submits a preliminary project of the future project
  2. The issuance deadline is 25 days since the day of the submitted permit (5+15+5)
  3. A complaint about the issued site conditions can be filed to the local council, e.g city council or the government
  4. If the plan of Detailed Regulation has not been adopted, site conditions are issued based on the official act  that prescribes general rules of planning and construction or based on the existing document on planning if it contains the regulation line

Since the planning documents do not include all the conditions and data (connection to the electric grid, telecommunication, water distribution, sewage, garbage removal, natural gas distribution) for the preparation of the technical documents, the Department of Urban Planning and Construction will acquire them ex officio, at the expense of the Investor. Agencies, i.e. organizations authorized to issue such conditions and data (Elektrosrbija doo Kraljevo – Pogon Vrnjačka Banja, Telekom Srbija, JP Beli Izvor, Interklima doo) are obliged to act within 15 days following the request.

»»» Due to the type of works and constructions that are the subject of the building permit, sometimes it is necessary to contact other institutions for the purpose of obtaining approval on project documentation for construction etc. (Ministry of Internal Affairs, Municipal Department for Environmental Protection, Institute for Protection of Cultural Monuments in Kraljevo,  etc.)

*** Converting the land from agricultural to buildable: When the use of agricultural land is changed to buildable land through a planning document, there is an obligation of payment of compensation for the change of use of agricultural land. The owner of the land-registry lot for which the use is changed is obliged to pay compensation for the change of use of agricultural land before the issuing of a building permit, in compliance with the Law governing agriculture.

*** Converting the land from forest to buildable: When the use of forest is changed to buildable land through a planning document, there is an obligation of payment of compensation for the change of use. The owner of the land-registry lot for which the use is changed is obliged to pay compensation for the change of use of forest before the issuing of a site conditions document, in compliance with the Law governing forestry.

Phase 2 – Construction Permit

Public act issued within 5 days of submitting a valid application.

The request is submitted to the Municipality, Department of Urban Planning, Environment and Property Affairs.

  1. Construction permit is issued to the investor that submits project excerpt, the project documentation for building permit, that has the corresponding right to the land or facility, that has regulated his/her relations with the local self-government in terms of land development contribution and has paid for the administrative taxes
  2. Competent authority only verifies that the formal conditions for the construction have been met
  3. The investor is not obliged to pay for the land development contribution until the performance of works
  4. Upon the issuance of the construction permit, the investor can start with the preliminary works and preparation of the main design

The land development contribution is accounted by the Direkcija za planiranje i izgradnju JP opštine Vrnjačka Banja, based on »The Decision on the land development contribution. 

Notification about the works & statement about the completed construction of the foundation

The investor is obliged to notify the Department of Urban Planning, Environment and Property Affairs about the start of construction of the facility, eight days before starting execution of the work.

The notification contains also the term for the completion of construction or execution of works and the information about the authorized contractor for work on the building site.

The following should be enclosed with the request:

  1. the proof of payment of the land development contribution,
  2. the proof of payment of the administrative tax.

The Department of Urban Planning, Environment and Property Affairs confirms the start of construction and sends a copy of the confirmation to the authorized construction inspector.

The deadline for completion of construction starts from the date of delivery of the notification.

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After completing the construction of the foundation, the contractor submits a statement about the completed construction of the foundation to the Department of Urban Planning, Environment and Property Affairs.

With the statement about the completion of the foundation, the contractor submits the land survey report of the constructed foundation in accordance with the regulations concerned with the execution of geodetic work.

The Department of Urban Planning, Environment and Property Affairs, within 3 days from the date of receipt of the statement, informs the authorized construction inspector about the completed construction of the foundation.

Usage permit issuance

* the usage permit is issued for the whole facility, or part of a facility which represents a technical and technological unity and can, as such, be used independently, or if, for that part of the facility was obtained a separate building permit.

The suitability of the building for use is determined by the technical inspection.

The technical inspection of the facility is carried out after completion of the construction of the facility, completion of all the work prescribed by the building permit and main project, or after completion of part of the facility for which the usage permit can be issued in accordance with the law on planning and construction *.

The technical inspection includes the inspection of the compatibility of carried out work with the building permit and the technical documentation based on which the facility was constructed, as well as with the technical regulations and standards which apply to certain types of work and material, equipment and installations.

  1. The investor provides the technical inspection of the facility
  2. Technical inspection of the facility is done by a board or a business association appointed by the investor
  3. With the application for the issuance of the usage permit, the board decision on the inspection by which it is granted that the facility is eligible to use is submitted with the proposal for the usage permit issuance, final design, and geodetic survey for the facility and the underground installations and energy permit if needed
  4. Usage permit is issued within 5 days and is delivered to the investor and the corresponding building inspectorate

Construction of facilities and execution of work for which the building permit is not issued

In the request it is necessary to specify the type of construction works:

  1. Removal of barriers for disabled persons;
  2. Reconstruction of the existing facility within the dimensions and volume of the facility;
  3. Adaptation;
  4. Repairing;
  5. Changing the purpose of the facility, or its sections, with construction works;
  6. Changing the purpose of the facility, or its sections, without construction works;
  7. Works on separating or merging residential or business premises;
  8. installation of internal installations (gas, electric power, heat energy, etc.) in the existing facility;
  9. Construction of specific types of facilities that do not require a building permit (hail protection structures, standard base station cabinets, antenna carriers, containers for storage of telecommunication equipment and devices, standard cabinets for internal and external installation and for storage of telecommunication equipment, micro-rollers for optical and other cables, individual electric distribution and transmission pillars, part of low-voltage electric distribution network which includes an underground line of 10 kV or 20 KV and part of electric distribution network from power transformation station 10/04 kV or 20/04 kV to the connection point on the buyer’s facility (1 kV), connections to the constructed gas distribution network;
  10. Construction of an auxiliary facility (pantries, garages, cesspits, wells, water cisterns);
  11. Capital maintenance of facilities (construction and craft works such as repair or replacement of old installations in the facility and other similar works related to improving the state of the construction or part of the construction during exploitation).

Decision on approval of the works is issued to the investor that submits appropriate project documentation (in accordance with the classification of objects), or the technical description and a list of works (capital maintenance, removal of barriers for disabled persons), that has the corresponding right to the land or facility, that has regulated modality regarding payment of land development contribution and has paid for the administrative taxes.

The Department of Urban Planning and Construction will decide about the approval of execution of works within five days from the date of the valid request.

The temporary building permit

The temporary building permit is issued for the construction of: asphalt plants, aggregate separators, concrete factories; Independent anchored meteorological anemometric poles up to 60 meters, of diameter up to 300 m with the accompanying measuring equipment; temporary roads, as well as for performance of exploration work on the location, for the purpose of determining special conditions for the preparation of the main project and for the removal of existing installations.

Temporary building permits may be issued for works on the production facilities or facilities operating as production facilities, for which the request for legalization is submitted, with purpose to bring the building into the functional state, in order to continue or renew the production process. The temporary building permit is issued if the investor has the corresponding right to the land. Upon completion of works on capital maintenance, modification, reconstruction or rehabilitation, the investor is obliged to submit the technical description and list of works on capital maintenance, preliminary design, or the project, depending on the work being performed.

Depending on the type of facility, and works, the temporary building permit is issued for the precisely determined period in which the facility can be used, or the works carried out, and it cannot be longer than three years from the date of the decision about the temporary building permit.

Upon the investors’ request, the temporary building permit can be prolonged, once, for three more years.

In case the investor himself does not remove the temporary facility in the determined term, the Department of Urban Planning, Environment and Property Affairs will, ex officio, submit a request to the construction inspection for the removal. The appeal to the decision of the construction inspector does not delay execution of the decision.

Removal of a facility

A body of the local government unit responsible for construction will approve, by decision, ex officio, or upon request by an interested party, the removal of a facility, or a part thereof, when it is determined that its stability is endangered due to deterioration or major damage and that it represents imminent threat to the life and health of people, nearby facilities and safety in traffic.

Removal of a facility, or part thereof, except in the case of execution of a decision by the inspection, can be carried out only based on the permission for the removal of the facility or part thereof.

The following should be enclosed with the request:

  1. The Main project for the removal, with technical control;
  2. Proof of ownership of the facility copy of the registry sheet issued by the Republic Geodetic Authority);
  3. Special conditions, in case that removal of a facility would endanger the public interest (protection of existing and other infrastructure, protection of cultural goods, protection of the environment etc.);
  4. Proof of payment of appropriate fees.

The permission for the removal of the facility, or part thereof, is issued within 8 days from submission of adequate documentation.

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Additional conditions / procedures:

Environmental impact assessment

Environmental impact assessment is a preventive protection measure based on studies and consultations with public participation and the analysis of alternative measures, with the aim to collect data and assess detrimental impact of projects upon human life and health, flora and fauna, land, water, air, climate and landscape, material and cultural goods etc., and mutual impact of these factors. Its aim is also to establish and propose measures by which detrimental impacts may be prevented, reduced or removed in view of the feasibility of these projects. The study is elaborated pursuant to the provisions of the Law on Environmental Impact Assessment („Official Gazette of RS”, No. 135/2004 and 36/2009), rules on scope and content and decision on the scope and content of the study on the environmental impact assessment study of the project (“Official Gazette of RS“, No. 69/2005).

The Law on Environmental Impact Assessment regulates the procedure for impact assessment of projects with significant environmental impact, the content of environmental impact assessment study, participation of interested stakeholders, etc.

The subject matter of impact assessment are projects which are planned and implemented, changes of technology, reconstruction, expansion of capacity, closing of operations and suspension of projects which may have significant environmental impact. The subject matter of impact assessment are projects implemented without a study on impact assessment, which do not have approval for construction, or construction permit. Impact assessment is made for projects in the field of industry, mining, energy, traffic, tourism, agriculture, water management, waste management and public utilities, as well as for projects related to protected natural property and implemented in protected area of an immovable cultural good.

The Government of the Republic of Serbia establishes a list of projects for which an environmental impact assessment is mandatory, as well as a list of projects for which it may be requested. In the latter case, the competent body shall decide on the need for developing environmental impact assessment study for the projects.

Environmental impact assessment procedure consists of the following phases:

  1. decision on the need for environmental impact assessment in case of projects for which it may be required;
  2. definition of the scope and content of the environmental impact assessment study;
  3. decision on approval of the environmental impact assessment study.

Decision on the need for environmental impact assessment

The investor of the project for which an environmental impact assessment may be requested shall obtain from the Department of Urban Planning, Environment and Property Affairs the decision regarding the need for an environmental impact assessment.

The application for the decision regarding the need for environmental impact assessment is submitted on prescribed form and shall contain:

  1. data on the investor;
  2. description of the location;
  3. project description;
  4. presentation of the main alternatives;
  5. description of environmental factors which may be exposed to the impact;
  6. description of possible significant detrimental impacts of the project;
  7. description of measures for prevention and mitigation of detrimental impact;
  8. any other data that may be requested by the competent body.

The following documents shall be enclosed to the request:

  1. excerpt from the urban plan, or the approved urban project, i.e. act on urban requirements which is not older than one year (location permit);
  2. preliminary design or conceptual design, or an excerpt from the conceptual design;
  3. graphical presentation of micro and macro location;
  4. requirements and approvals by other competent bodies and organizations obtained under special law;
  5. evidence on the republic administrative fee paid;
  6. any other evidence as required.

Within the decision-making procedure, which takes ten days upon the receipt of the correct request, the competent body shall inform interested stakeholders and the public on the submitted request about the need for environmental impact assessment.

All interested stakeholders and the public may, within ten days after the receipt of information, give their opinion. Within ten days following the expiration of the deadline, the Department of Urban Planning, Environment and Property Affairs shall decide on the request taking into account the specifics of the project and the location, as well as the opinion of stakeholders and the public.

When the Department of Urban Planning, Environment and Property Affairs decides that an environmental impact assessment study is necessary, it may also define its scope and content. When such body decides that an environmental impact assessment study is not necessary, it may establish the minimum requirements relevant for environmental protection according to special law. The competent body submits its decision to the investor, and informs the interested stakeholders and the public on the decision within three days after the day on which such decision was made.

Defining the scope and content of the environmental impact assessment study

tIn case of a project for which environmental impact assessment study is mandatory and for which the Department of Urban Planning, Environment and Property Affairs has established such obligation, the investor shall submit a request for defining the scope and content of the environmental impact assessment study.

The request for determining the scope and content is submitted on a prescribed form and shall contain:

  1. data on the investor;
  2. description of the location;
  3. description of project;
  4. presentation of main alternatives;
  5. description of environmental factors which may be exposed to the impact;
  6. description of detrimental impacts;
  7. description of measures for prevention and mitigation of detrimental impact;
  8. non-technical summary of data related to points 2) to 6);
  9. data on difficulties encounters by the investor in gathering required data and documentation;
  10. any other data that may be requested by the competent body.

The following documentation is submitted with the request:

  1. excerpt from the urban plan or the approved urban project, i.e. the document on urban requirements which is not older than one year (location permit);
  2. conceptual design i.e. excerpt from the conceptual design;
  3. graphic presentation of the micro and macro location;
  4. requirements and approvals by other competent bodies and organization obtained under the special law;
  5. evidence on the republic administrative fee paid;
  6. another evidence, as required.

The Department of Urban Planning, Environment and Property Affairs shall inform the interested stakeholders and the public on the submitted request for defining the scope and content within ten days upon its receipt. Interested stakeholders and the public can give their opinions on the request within 15 days upon the receipt of the information. The competent body shall make a decision on the scope and content of the environmental impact assessment study not later than ten days upon the expiration of this deadline taking into account the specific characteristics of the project and location, as well as opinions of interested stakeholders and the public.

The Department of Urban Planning, Environment and Property Affairs shall submit the decision to the investor and shall inform the interested stakeholders and the public about it within three days upon making such decision.

Decision on approval of the environmental impact assessment study

The investor shall submit the request for approval of the environmental impact assessment study to the Department of Urban Planning, Environment and Property Affairs along with the following documents:

  1. at least three hardcopies of the study plus one copy in electronic format;
  2. decision on the scope and content of the environmental impact assessment study.

The investor shall submit the request for approval not later than one year upon receipt of the final decision by which the scope and content of the environmental impact assessment study are defined. If the investor submits the request for approval after the given deadline, the competent body shall decide on the request depending on the circumstances of each case.

The environmental impact assessment study and its approval, i.e. the decision that such study is not necessary, form the integral part of the documentation which is submitted with the request for approval of construction, or with the announcement of the beginning of project implementation (construction, works, performance of works, change of technology, change of field of activity and other activities).

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Document on requirements for nature protection

The Law on Nature Protection (“Official Gazette of RS“, No. 36/2009, 88/2010 and 91/2010 – corr.) establishes the competencies of the Institute for Nature Protection, including among others: setting requirements and measures for nature protection, natural resources and protected areas, on the basis of spatial and urban development plans, planning and design documentation, basics and programs for management and use of natural resources and goods in mining, energy, transport, water management, agriculture, forestry, hunting, fishery, tourism and other activities affecting the nature.

According to the Law, the investor, i.e. legal entity, entrepreneur and private entity that uses natural resources, performs construction and other works, activities and interventions in nature shall act in compliance with measures for nature protection defined by plans, bases and programs and in compliance with design-technical documentation, in the manner that shall ensure avoidance or minimization of endangerment and damaging of nature.

Provisions of the Nature Protection Law applied in the process of issuing construction permits are:

  • Obtaining the document on requirements for nature protection is a mandatory step in the development of plans, bases, programs, projects, works and other construction activities.
  • The document on requirements for nature protection is issued by The Republic Institute for Nature Protection.
  • A complaint may be lodged for the document on conditions for nature protection to the ministry responsible for environmental protection affairs within 15 days.
  • In case that applicant does not start works and activities for which the document on requirements for nature protection was issued, within two years from the delivery of the document, the applicant shall apply for new document.
  • In case that during the procedure of issuance of conditions for nature protection it has been established that there is probability that plans, basics, programs, projects, works and activities may have considerable impact upon goals of conservation and integrity of ecologically significant areas, the Ministry, i.e. authority responsible for environmental protection affairs of local self-government unit, shall perform the assessment of acceptability.
  • For plans, bases and programs for which, compliant with special law, strategic impact assessment has to be performed, and for projects, works and activities for which, compliant with special law, environmental impact assessment has to be performed, the assessment of acceptability shall be carried out within those processes.
  • In cases when based on the assessment of acceptability, it has been established that plans, bases, programs, projects, works and activities may have considerable impact upon goals of conservation and integrity of ecologically significant area, competent authority shall reject to give consent.

The procedure for issuing the document on requirements for environmental protection

The Republic Institute for Nature Protection usually issues the requirements already during the planning document phase, but it happens that the requirements must be obtained for individual projects (if designated use of structures that can be built on some location was not sufficiently specified during the development of the general and detailed regulation plan).

The requirements are issued within 30 days upon receipt of completed application. The document on requirements for nature protection shall be issued as a ruling by the Institute.

In case that applicant does not start works and activities based on which the document on requirements for nature protection was issued, within two years from the delivery of the document, the applicant shall apply for new document.

A complaint may be lodged for the document on requirements for nature protection to the ministry responsible for environmental protection affairs within 15 days.

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Requirements for taking measures of cultural property protection and approval of technical documentation

In the process of issuing construction permit, depending on the type and location of structure, it is necessary to obtain the requirements for protection measures and consent from The Institute for Cultural Heritage Preservation Kraljevo.

The Institute for Cultural Heritage Preservation Kraljevo determines the conditions for taking measures of technical protection and other works on immovable cultural property and cultural property of great importance and gives consent to execution of works on immovable cultural property of great importance. You can download the forms you need on the official page of the Institute for Cultural Heritage Preservation Kraljevo.

The Rules define the architectural / construction project as the main design for executing measures of technical protection and other works on immovable cultural property. This implies construction regulations for the works for which the construction permit is issued, and conservation project for other measures and works on immovable cultural property.

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Obtaining traffic and technical requirements and approvals for connecting the structure to the public road

Obtaining traffic and technical requirements and approvals for connecting the structure to the public road is a separate administrative procedure within the construction permit procedure, regulated by the Law on Public Roads.

The following basic provisions of the Law on Public Roads regulate the construction process:

  • obligation to issue traffic and technical requirements and approvals as a precondition for construction permit issuance;
  • traffic and technical requirements in the framework of the construction permit procedure are issued by the local self-government unit’s body which is competent for municipal roads and streets;
  • traffic and technical requirements within the framework of the construction permit procedure are issued by the public enterprise ‘’Putevi Srbije’’ for state roads of the first and second category;
  • apart from traffic and technical requirements, in order to provide connection to state roads of the first and second category it is necessary to obtain the special construction permit issued by the line ministry (Article 133, paragraph 2, point 14 of the Law on Planning and Construction).

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Obtaining water related documents

The Law on Waters regulates directly the construction permit procedure by introducing documents which are issued by specially assigned administrative bodies.

Administrative documents which are required within the construction permit procedure are:

  • opinion issued within the procedure for issuance of water requirements,
  • water requirements,
  • water approval,
  • water permit.

The appropriate request is submitted, pursuant to the law which regulates planning and construction, by the investor who is obtaining the construction permit. Pursuant to the Law on Waters, the water documents must be issued within two months after the request is submitted to the relevant ministry, or the local-self-government unit.

Further in the text, we present the procedure for issuance of each of these documents individually.

Opinion:

The opinion issued within the water requirements procedure is a document which defines the body responsible for water requirements. An integral part of this opinion is the opinion of the organization competent for hydro-meteorological affairs and the public water managing enterprise, which the applicant must obtain within the procedure of issuing water requirements related to structures, works and planning documents. Such opinion includes:

  1. name of structure, works or the planning document;
  2. hydrographic, hydrologic and meteorological data;
  3. data on the annual monitoring for nearest water bodies;
  4. other characteristic data for issuing water requirements;
  5. opinion of the public water management company (on-site).

Water requirements

The Law on Waters sets forth that water requirements are issued within the procedure related to the preparation of technical documentation for the construction of new and reconstruction of existing structures and for other works which may have a permanent or temporary impact upon changes in the water regime. Water requirements define technical and other requirements which must be complied with in the process of construction and reconstruction of structures, the elaboration of planning documents and when carrying out other works.

With the request for water requirements regarding construction i.e. reconstruction of the structure and for carrying out works it is necessary to also submit the following documentation:

  • copy of the lot plan;
  • excerpt from the real estate cadastre;
  • information on the location or the location permit issued pursuant to the Law on Planning and Construction;
  • opinion of the public water management company;
  • opinion of the republic organization competent for hydro-meteorological affairs;
  • opinion of the ministry competent for tourism affairs in regard to structures and works conducted in the territory of spa resorts;
  • technical description of the structure, i.e. works;
  • drawings: layout plan, foundation plan, profiles etc.;
  • previously issued water related documents in case of a new structure within the existing one or its reconstruction;
  • evidence of property and legal rights;
  • pre-feasibility study, with the general design, or feasibility with the conceptual design and the report of the commission in charge of technical inspection.

Water approval

The request for water approval contains:

1) general data on the applicant (full business name, headquarters and address, prevailing activity, registration number, tax identification number (TIN), personal identification number (PIN), data on the contact person with the applicant (name and family name, function, telephone number, fax number and e-mail address);

2) basic data (administrative, hydrographic and geodetic data) on:

  • the structure, i.e. works,
  • the planning document, as follows: spatial plan of local self-government unit and the general and detailed urban plan; forest management plan (forest management basics and program).

3) place, date, signature and seal of the applicant.

With the request for water approval for structures and works for which the water requirements are issued it is necessary to submit also:

  1. decision on issuance of water requirements;
  2. location permit issued pursuant to the Law on Planning and Construction;
  3. main design and license of responsible design engineer;
  4. excerpt from the main design relating to its hydro-technical part and the part relating to structures which have impact upon the water regime;
  5. report on technical inspection of the main design and license of the person who performed technical inspection.

The request for water approval for structures and works for which no water requirements was issued shall contain:

  1. the main design and appropriate license of responsible design engineer;
  2. excerpt from the main design relating to its hydro-technical part and the part relating to structures which have impact upon the water regime;
  3. report on technical inspection of the main design and license of the person who performed technical inspection of the design;
  4. report on technical inspection of the main design or conceptual design;
  5. copy of the lot plan;
  6. excerpt from the real estate cadastre;
  7. location permit issued pursuant to the Law on Planning and Construction.

Water permit

The water permit application contains:

  1. General data on the applicant (full business name, headquarters and address, prevailing activity, registration number, tax identification number (TIN), personal identification number (PIN), data on the applicant’s contact person (name and family name, function, telephone number, fax number and e-mail address);
  2. Basic data (administrative, hydrographic and geodetic data) on the structure, i.e. the works;
  3. Place, date, signature and seal of the applicant.

The water permit application for structures and works for which water approval or water permit is issued shall also include:

  1. Decision on issuance of water approval or water permit;
  2. Report of the public water management company on compliance with requirements contained in the water requirements and water approval related to the water permit;
  3. Report on technical inspection of the structure;
  4. The main design or the as-built design;
  5. Excerpt from the main design or the as-built design.

The water permit application for structures and works for which the usage permit is issued but the water approval is not, shall also include:

  1. Usage permit;
  2. Report of the public water management enterprise confirming that the water permit can be issued;
  3. Main design or as-built design;
  4. Excerpt from the main design or the as-built design.

The water permit application for structures and works for which the water approval or water permit is been issued and the water approval is not, shall also include:

1) For an industrial structure or other structure for which water is taken and brought from surface waters and underground waters; industrial and other structures whose wastewaters are discharged to surface waters, underground waters or the public sewage system; wastewater treatment facility and the facility for drainage and discharge of wastewater; industrial and municipal landfill; underground or above the ground storage for oil and oil derivatives and other hazardous and priority substances; as well as for a thermal power plant or mine:

  1. decision of the ministry in charge of health regarding definition of sanitary zones for the protection of water sources;
  2. decision of the ministry in charge of geologic research on established and categorized underground water reserves;
  3. approval of the ministry in charge of tourism regarding usage of healing waters in the territory of the spa;
  4. contract or some other document showing that the public utility is providing cleaning services of the wastewater discharge facility and removing solid waste;
  5. report on water quality testing (at intake and discharge point) from the authorized legal person for the preceding period;
  6. confirmation of the authorized legal person that the structure is in proper shape for collecting, discharging and treating wastewaters, including septic tanks;
  7. report of the authorized legal person on the examination of the level and quality of water in piezometers, in the zone of storage structures;
  8. calibration sheets issued by the authorized legal person only for storage structures.

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