Conditions and procedures according to Act on on planning and the building code for purposes of deploying elements of high-speed electronic communications networks
According to Section 79 paragraph 2 letter j) of the Building Act, antennas up to height of 8 metres including their structures and related electronic communications equipment deployed on land and buildings shall not require either the decision on the location of the construction, or the local consent. Fulfilment of the obligations set out in Section 104 of the Electronic Communications Act cannot be avoided. As regards these types of the constructions (if the earth works are required) the constructor is obliged to find out information on existence of underground constructions of the technical infrastructure and ensure their protection.
According to Section 103 paragraph 1 letter e) point 4 of the Building Act, the intentions to construct (i.e. the aboveground and underground communications line, antennas, antennas masts, including supporting points of the aboveground communications line and pegging points of the underground communications line, phone boxes and connecting communications lines of the electronic communications network and relating communication equipment including electrical power supply connections, except the buildings) shall not require either the permit to construct or notification to the building authority and can be given permission (as per their extent and type of the equipment) on the basis of:
- the local consent
- the planning decision
- the common permit
- the contract of a public law nature
- the regulation plan to an extent in which it replaces the planning decision.
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