Mattters should be kept as simple as possible, but never be oversimplified.
Environmental law is the collective name for all rules, regulations and plans for a particular subject area. These rules may be in the field of spatial planning and the environment, but also for nature, flora and fauna, and specific laws such reconstruction or land consolidation. Precisely because it is a very comprehensive jurisdiction we have opted for close cooperation on ‘bestfriends base’ with specialists in various areas allowing us to assist clients both in support of applications and in litigating objection or appeal or the stories of planning blight a good and solid all-round support to offer.
In October 2010, a large number of licenses, exemptions and integrated reports. As a result of the general environmental provisions Act, in the legal corridors known as WABO, many laws relating to the physical environment (in the field of environment, housing, spatial planning, nature conservation, etc.) adjusted. The main implementing regulations of the WABO are the Environmental Law Decree (Bor) and the Ministerial Regulation Environmental Law (Mor).
The (main) rationale for the reintegration of various schemes is the simplification of applications and reduction of administrative burden, and at points, the Wabo certainly has proved beneficial. It is doubtful whether simply easier and faster processes will actually be able as the substantive restrictions (environmental) standards often impose a greater role than the complexity of the regulations. Partly in view of the fact that in applications are rarely as simple as they seem at first hand, but certainly because objection or appeal must be complete and accurate it remains prudent to opt (for) timely expert advice.