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2.5.2.2.1. Drafting and submitting to the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine a draft law proposing improvements to the procedure for developing and using historical and architectural reference plans (which involves amending the Land Code of Ukraine, the Laws of Ukraine On the Protection of Cultural Heritage, On the Regulation of Urban Development Activities, On the State Land Cadaster, and other legislative acts), which:
1) defines the concept and composition of a historical and architectural reference plan, specifically by stipulating that historical and architectural reference plans must establish the legal conditions of usage of historic areas of population centers and the boundaries and conditions of usage of cultural heritage site conservation zones, which have been approved by research and design documentation, the need to draw such boundaries in situ, as well as establishing detailed restrictions on development of land plots in a format suitable for automated verification of compliance with them;
2) stipulates that local self-government bodies shall order the development of historical and architectural reference plans, which shall take effect after being approved by the central executive authority tasked with shaping and implementing public policy on the protection of cultural heritage;
3) stipulates that historical and architectural reference plans serve as input data for preparing or updating the relevant urban development documentation in historic population centers; mandates the inclusion of restrictions prescribed by the historical and architectural reference plan in the urban development documentation and their observance during urban development activities;
4) defines a clear procedure for amending historical and architectural reference plans (which depends on the status of cultural heritage and does not depend on the need to make changes to urban development documentation for other reasons), stipulates that it is mandatory to make changes to urban development documentation (and establishes the time frame for making such changes) in the event of adoption / modification of the historical and architectural reference plan, approval of boundaries and usage conditions; stipulates that the boundaries and conditions of usage of cultural heritage site conservation zones and historic areas—once approved by the relevant cultural heritage protection authority—must be considered when formulating and issuing urban development conditions and restrictions, developing and approving design documentation for construction, performing construction, issuing permits and approvals by the cultural heritage protection authority, and must be considered when determining the planning restrictions within urban development documentation while it is being prepared, updated, or modified;
5) establishes a time frame for updating historical and architectural reference plans in accordance with new requirements;
6) mandates the publication of historical and architectural reference plans in the electronic register of cultural heritage sites (specifies the responsible officials and time frames).

The main implementer: Ministry of Culture and Information Policy of Ukraine

2.5.2.2.2. All approved historical and architectural reference plans have been made public in the electronic register of cultural heritage sites.

The main implementer: Ministry of Culture and Information Policy of Ukraine

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The law on improvements to the procedure for developing and using historical and architectural reference plans (which involves amending the Land Code of Ukraine, the Laws of Ukraine On the Protection of Cultural Heritage, On the Regulation of Urban Development Activities, On the State Land Cadaster, and other legislative acts) has taken effect, which:
a) defines the concept and composition of a historical and architectural reference plan, specifically by stipulating that historical and architectural reference plans must establish the legal conditions of usage of historic areas of population centers and the boundaries and conditions of usage of cultural heritage site conservation zones, which have been approved by research and design documentation, the need to draw such boundaries in situ, as well as establishing detailed restrictions on development of land plots in a format suitable for automated verification of compliance with them (20 percent);
b) stipulates that local self-government bodies shall order the development of historical and architectural reference plans, which shall take effect after being approved by the central executive authority tasked with shaping and implementing public policy on the protection of cultural heritage (5 percent);
c) stipulates that historical and architectural reference plans serve as the groundwork and input data for preparing or updating the relevant urban development documentation in historic population centers; mandates the inclusion of restrictions prescribed by the historical and architectural reference plan in the urban development documentation and their observance during urban development activities (5 percent);
d) defines a clear procedure for amending historical and architectural reference plans (which depends on the status of cultural heritage and does not depend on the need to make changes to urban development documentation for other reasons), stipulates that it is mandatory to make changes to urban development documentation (and establishes the time frame for making such changes) in the event of adoption / modification of the historical and architectural reference plan, approval of boundaries and usage conditions; stipulates that the boundaries and conditions of usage of cultural heritage site conservation zones and historic areas—once approved by the relevant cultural heritage protection authority—must be considered when formulating and issuing urban development conditions and restrictions, developing and approving design documentation for construction, performing construction, issuing permits and approvals by the cultural heritage protection authority, and must be considered when determining the planning restrictions within urban development documentation while it is being prepared, updated, or modified (20 percent);
e) establishes a time frame for updating historical and architectural reference plans in accordance with new requirements (30 percent);
f) mandates the publication of historical and architectural reference plans in the electronic register of cultural heritage sites (specifies the responsible officials and time frames) (20 percent).

* - certain measures are common to several ESRs, but have a separate number (id)