At the end of this learning unit, the student is able to :
|1||The course aims to give at the applicant civil engineer the first legals notions which are essentials to the realization of a built project, under the point of view of his conception, his building, his exploitation, his transformation or his replacement. At this effect, the student is requested to use a legal text (formal presentation of a legal norm), to understand this sense (technics of interpretation) and to aplly this one at a practical situation). It's includ the town planning right, the environment law, the property law and the publics contracts. At the end of the course and in his professionnal field, the student should must, first, have acquired some reflex to get the legal security of the built project and, second, have understood the logics and the argument of a legal text. The course is based on the wallon law and indicate the brussels and the flanders legals specifications.|
The first part deals with :
- Concepts (land use planning, urban planning, territorial development), their definition
- The actors
- Schemes (SDT, SDC, SDP, SOL, ...) and the sector plan (content, effects, elaboration procedure)
- Urban planning guides (id.).
The second part deals with :
- Planning and urbanization permits (content, effect, issuing procedure)
- Control and sanctions in urban planning law
Due to the COVID-19 crisis, the information in this section is particularly likely to change.The course is given in a lecture format, with examples from teachers' professional practice and with emphasis on interaction with students.
Due to the COVID-19 crisis, the information in this section is particularly likely to change.The exam is an oral exam, consisting of two questions, with preparation time. The questions cover theory and simple exercises to put the student in a real-life situation. The student must have his texts (CoDT) with him and be able to use them.
- Code du développement territorial
- Slides ppt