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All-in-one Permit for Physical Asp ects. Ministry of Infrastructure and the Environment November 3rd 2010. All-in-one permit for Physical Aspects. Administrative Burden Costmodel 2008 is based on: Application forms Submission requirements Deregulation Ict application Most complex permit.

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all in one permit for physical asp ects

All-in-one Permit for Physical Aspects

Ministry of Infrastructure and the Environment

November 3rd 2010

all in one permit for physical aspects
All-in-one permit for Physical Aspects
  • Administrative Burden
  • Costmodel 2008 is based on:
  • Application forms
  • Submission requirements
  • Deregulation
  • Ict application
  • Most complex permit
administrative burden
Administrative Burden
  • For Citizens
  • All-in-one-permit
  • Reduction € 11,7 million external costs (11%)
  • 15.000 hour
  • Permit-free building
  • Reduction € 14,8 million external costs
  • 3.000 hour
  • For Professionals
  • All-in-one-permit
  • Reduction € 85 million external costs (21%)
  • Permit-free building
  • - Reduction € 20,5 million external costs
goals
Goals
  • Reduction of the number of regulations
  • Reduction of administrative costs
  • Public driven service
measurements
Measurements
  • General Rules:
  • No permit required if general rules are applicable
  • More trust towards less risk companies
  • All-in–one Permit for Physical Aspects:
  • One Permit
  • One procedure
  • One competent authority
  • One desk
  • Development and implementation with target groups
  • We want this to work!
  • Major change needs commitment and early adapters
all in one permit for physical aspects 1
All-in–one Permit for Physical Aspects (1)
  • One permit:
  • 25 separate permits for construction, demolition, spatial planning, listed buildings, environmental issues etc
  • No change in level of protection
  • Client chooses in regard of the project:
    • one permit
    • one permit in two phases
    • several separate permits!
all in one permit for physical aspects 2
All-in–one Permit for Physical Aspects (2)
  • One procedure:
  • Clear handling times
  • Lex silencio positivo (the permit will be issued automatically if handling times are not met)
  • Procedure is independent of type of permit
  • Cutting down on local diversity
  • Reducing the number of submission requirements
all in one permit for physical aspects 3
All-in–one Permit for Physical Aspects (3)
  • One competent authority
  • Coordination of expert input
  • Compulsory advice (of higher or other authority) is coordinated by competent authority
    • The burden of collecting advice no longer lies with applicant
    • The time involved with collecting advice is of concern to advice body and competent authority
    • Side effect: better knowledge of and understanding between authorities
all in one permit for physical aspects 4
All-in–one Permit for Physical Aspects (4)
  • One desk:
  • For information
  • For application
  • 2015: local municipalities are aimed to be the prime governmental information desk for civilians
what s different where are the gains
What’s different – where are the gains?
  • Central Act on Administrative Law (AWB)
  • One procedure
  • Standard submission requirements
  • Wabo / Bor / Mor
  • One standard compulsory permit form (instead of 1600)
  • No obligation to submit information already know to government
  • Obligation for governments to be able to receive electronic application forms
what s different where are the gains1
What’s different – where are the gains?
  • ICT – public / professionals
  • Part of National Urgency Programme (NUP) – use of DigiD, connecting existing databases (postal code) but also webdesign, easy to understand forms, opensource software, Digikoppeling, Postbus 51 and Antwoord!
  • Profile for professionals (name, addresses, company details)
  • Replicate permits
  • Compulsory questions more prominent (quality applications)
  • Questions appear according to last answer
  • Links towards relevant information and other questionnaires
what s different where are the gains 2
What’s different – where are the gains? (2)
  • ICT – government
  • Enables governing bodies to share permits and appendices real time online (no issues on availability information)
  • Upload advice
  • Web based tool – no demands on automation degree local government
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