Subsequent consent to the all-in-one Permit
In other Acts than the Wabo, it can be determined that authorisations in specific cases are a compulsory part of the all-in-one Permit for Physical Aspects. This occurs when the activities for which an all-in-one Permit for Physical Aspects is requested must be described as follows:
- Possibly harmful for nature, for the natural importance of the protected nature monument or for animals or plants in the protected nature monument or which deface the nature monument (art. 46, section 1 Nb-wet).
- The implementation of projects or other actions which, in view of the preservation goal, with the exception of the objectives, referred to in article 10a, third section, the quality of the natural habitats and the habitats of species in a Natura 2000 area could negatively impact or significantly disturb the species for which the area is designated. Such projects or other actions include projects or actions which could impact the natural characteristics of the area concerned (art. 47, section 1 Nb-wet).
In this case, for the subsequent consent, it is not necessary that the activity which is the subject of the all-in-one Permit for Physical Aspects application has in itself a negative impact on the Natura 2000 area. This concerns whether the project to which the activity belongs has a negative impact.
- Actions which impact protected plants and animals (art. 75b, section 1 Flora and Fauna Act).
The subsequent consent requirement does not apply if an application based on the Nb-wet or Flora and Fauna Act is submitted prior to the application for an all-in-one Permit for Physical Aspects.