Posted in: 'BOE' no. 264 of October 31, 2014, pages 88700-88736 (37 pp.)
Section I. General Provisions
Department: Castile and León
Reference: BOE-A-2014-11172

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Be it known to all citizens that the Castile and Leon and I have been approved on behalf of the King and in accordance with what is established in Article 25.5 of the Statute of Autonomy, promulgated and ordered the publication of this Law.

EXPLANATORY STATEMENT

Law 11/2003, of April 8, Environmental Prevention of Castile and Leon, was issued with the aim of becoming essential legal text of regulations of the Community of Castile and Leon for the prevention and protection of the environment. To this end, he established the system of administrative intervention in the territory of the Autonomous Community of the activities, facilities and projects that may affect the environment, with a preventive purpose. It is a technically complex standard, to the extent that regulates three regimes of administrative intervention in the activity of citizens: the environmental clearance, environmental licensing and environmental communication, and develop the environmental impact assessment of projects in the field territory of the Autonomous Community. He is also an advanced standard in his time, in the sense that already in 2003 claimed that the simplification of administrative procedures are reflected in environmental regimes governing. This law has been amended several times; all aimed at improving their understanding and adjust their content to the regulatory changes that have been happening in the matters regulated and thereby legally ensuring the actions that take place within it.

At this time various circumstances that occur individually and jointly, as they pursue the common goal of promoting economic activity in the region of Castilla y León, ensuring environmental protection through the adequacy of existing regulations to progress and innovation that mark both the regulatory provisions and the latest technical and business sector demand, as well as the streamlining of administrative procedures, motivate this rule is reviewed in depth. The first directly addresses the current economic situation, which requires the adoption of measures to stimulate economic activity, based on the rationalization and procedural simplification, as well as suppression and reduced processing cost for businesses derivative the obligations imposed by the public authorities. In close connection with the reason given, may be cited the need to continue the line begun by Directive 2006/123 / EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 12 December 2006 on services in the internal market, the sense of replacing procedures prior to construction or commencement of activities or facilities for effective inspection and monitoring during operation and control, all under clear rules of operation. The third, also related to the above, translates into the need to accommodate intervention regimens required for activities or facilities on the basis of their impact on an environmental point of view and thereby cater to the growing public demand in this regard. Also, fourth, and informed by the same arguments, following the entry into force of Law 21/2013, of December 9th, environmental assessment, which are unified into a single standard Royal Legislative Decree 1/2008 of 11 January, the revised text of the Law on environmental Impact Assessment project and the Law 9/2006 of 28 April on the assessment of the effects of certain plans and programs approved in the environment with the primary goal of being an effective tool for environmental protection, it is necessary not only to adapt the content of the provisions of Law 11/2003 of 8 April, regulating the environmental impact assessment to the provisions of the basic state regulations, but also the projects included in its scope subject to the assessment. Finally, review and, therefore, amending Law 11/2003 of 8 April, is motivated by Directive 2010/75 / EU of the European Parliament and of the Council of 24 November 2010 on industrial emissions which introduces changes in the system of integrated environmental permits, which has been transposed into Spanish law by Law 5/2013, of June 11, amending Law 16/2002, of July 1, the modified integrated prevention and control of pollution and the Law 22/2011, of 28 July, waste and contaminated soils, and the Royal Decree 815/2013, of 18 October, by which the regulation is approved and industrial emissions development of the Law 16/2002, of July 1, integrated prevention and pollution control.

Therefore, in accordance with Article 149.1.23 of the Spanish Constitution and for the exercise of exclusive jurisdiction and competence of policy development and implementation for the Community of Castile and Leon in accordance with established respectively, in Article and Article 70.1.35.º 71.1.7.º the Statute of Autonomy, this law is issued with the challenge of integrating the needs that have been outlined in the preceding paragraphs in the text of the Law 11/2003 of April 8, ensuring legal certainty that the enterprising citizen needs to develop its activity, whilst safeguarding the protection of the environment. Thus, the amendments in this law are scrupulously respectful of the basic state regulations and European standards and also have authorizations based on precise sectoral environmental standards into account in determining the necessary permits at the regional or local level to complement past, but always through the prism of economics paperwork.

This law is structured in a single article in different sections comprising the modifications made to the Law 11/2003 of 8 April and eleven arrangements: three additional two transients, a derogatory and five final.

The first set of amendments affect Title I of the Act 11/2003 of 8 April. Articles 1, 3, 4, 6, 7, 8 and 9 are amended and a new article is added 6a. The main changes are oriented to point the initial object of the Act for the purpose of avoiding confusion regarding the issues within their content, which is mainly environmental; which does not mean that activities or facilities included in the scope of the law may be subject to other systems of administrative intervention, among which may be mentioned, for its special significance as essential values for the identity of the Community Autonomous those relating to cultural heritage and the natural heritage of the Community of Castile and León. Moreover, new cases of activities or installations excluded from the scope of this standard, basically motivated by being so determined on the basic rules to be state or non-environmental problems and issues be regulated by sectoral regulations are established. New definitions with explanatory purpose and mainly refers to modifications of facilities reform, because its content is specified in greater detail and more clearly, in Article 6a. This article 6a includes procedures and no substantial change substantially in accordance with the amendments made by the basic state regulations for installations covered by the scheme for environmental clearance and, through this amendment, are extended to modifications installations affected by environmental licensing regimes and environmental communication.

Regarding the modifications incorporated into Title II of Law 11/2003, of April 8, based on the environmental authorization regime is articulated on three objectives. On the one hand, make it possible to adapt the basic state regulations related to the implementation of Directive 2010/75 / EU of the European Parliament and of the Council of 24 November 2010 on industrial emissions; secondly, technically improve the text of the law and allow a better understanding and therefore safer application of its provisions, aimed at overcoming the difficulties encountered in this regard; and finally streamline and minimize the necessary administrative procedures.

On this basis, Articles 10, 11, 12, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19 and 20. Thus modified, the content of these articles to the new wording of the Law 16/2002 fits of July 11, by Law 5/2013, of 11 June, and the Royal Decree 815/2013, of 18 October, improve your writing, making them more accessible, and incorporates measures for simplification and rationalization of procedure governing, in this line, we have sought the simultaneity of those procedures where possible and integration with other procedures, all within the framework of the basic state legislation.

Among developed should highlight the changes more accurately than has been given to the documentation to be submitted by the holder of an activity or facility for the purpose of obtaining environmental clearance; the simultaneity of procedures with regard to reports to be issued by the competent bodies must intervene in the proceeding; content that is to have the report of City Hall; to the realization of other reports shall be considered mandatory, and determinants; the development of public information process, in which a new action, the publication of public information on the bulletin board of City Hall where the facility is located, in order that this information can reach all include neighbors who may be regarded as affected; and finally, the hearing process as embodied in the terms established in the basic state legislation.

Likewise, we must highlight the amendment made in Article 11, in particular, in paragraph 2, as regards the order granting environmental clearance. Is introduced as a novelty that planning permission should only be after the granting of the environmental authorization if the activity is to be carried out on rural land. This change stems from that on numerous occasions the activities authorized by this intervention scheme can be developed in buildings located in industrial estates, general and non-specific use, which also entails a substantial decrease in time for the implementation of activities.

The next set of specific modifications on Title III, in which the scheme is established environmental license. In this title, sections 24, 26, 27, 30, 31 and 32 are amended and Articles 28 and 29 are deleted.

One of the most remarkable developments lies in the definition of the activities or facilities that are subject to environmental licensing regime. Activities or facilities, not being subject to intervention regimens environmental authorization or environmental communication, are likely to cause considerable discomfort, in accordance with established regulations and industry regulations, to be kept in the environmental license regime alter the conditions of health, to harm the environment or cause hazards to persons or property that is not subject to the process of environmental impact assessment for not being included in the cases provided for in the basic state policy in this area and as those to be subject, in accordance with the provisions of these regulations and the Act 11/2003 of 8 April, to simplified environmental impact assessment, the environmental impact report has determined that the project should not be subject to assessment ordinary environmental impact.

Basically the aim is to reduce the administrative process, bringing all records of activities or facilities that are subject to environmental impact assessment in accordance with the basic state policy in this area, provided they have a favorable environmental impact statement, the regime environmental communication, and therefore argued that it's necessary for the development of such activities or environmental control facilities has already been indicated in the declaration of favorable environmental impact.

On this basis, another fundamental change takes place: the general exemption for processing environmental permits through the Regional Committees of Environment and Planning, in order to avoid duplication of administrative procedures on the basis that the regional administration or controls the activities subject to this regime through other means of administrative intervention rules based on waste and emissions to the air, making it unnecessary formality deleted.

Thus, the environmental license becomes an instrument of prior environmental control activities of little environmental concern, primarily municipal, and linked to the standards of municipal jurisdiction, equivalent to those which were previously set out in Annex II, now deleted and containing a simplified granting of environmental licenses without the formality of the Territorial Commissions procedure. Thus, achieving a double objective: first, not duplicate procedures and, second, significantly reducing processing times, now established in two months.

Also among the changes we highlight, in line with the environmental clearances given to the improvement in the determination of the documentation and procedures to be followed for granting environmental licenses. In addition, certain procedures are simplified, while greater assurance seeking participation by those affected in the process, for this purpose, in particular, Article 27.1 includes the obligation to publish in the bulletin board of City Hall announcement of the public inquiry.

In line with this new approach to environmental permits primarily relate to aspects of municipal jurisdiction of those content is determined, clarifying that the requirements incorporated, which will be necessary for the protection of the environment, establish emission limit values and preventive measures, control or guarantee that they are accurate in the area of municipal powers, so that if, activities or facilities are subject to authorization schemes covered by other environmental laws, need not be detailed in the environmental license the specifics of these areas, thereby reducing paperwork and administrative burden associated with this rule.

As affects Title IV of Law 11/2003, of April 8, Articles 34 and 35 primarily modified to adjust the communication start to the new basic law, which determines that this act is an undertaking of substance after which a mandatory inspection for activities or facilities affected by the environmental authorization scheme must be developed. For activities or facilities of the system of environmental permits this same change is made, except that a given term development of the inspection is set.

The modifications made to Title V, are realized, first, in its name, which now becomes "Other common provisions to authorization, licensing and environmental communication" in order to cover all systems administrative intervention under the law is changed. In the same vein, the text of Articles 39, 41, 42, 43 and 44 are changed, a new Article 44a is added and Articles 37 and 40 are deleted.

In this title, in tune with the basic state rules on integrated prevention and control of pollution, the duty to renew the environmental permit application by the holder after eight years after its issuance is deleted and the new procedure is introduced review of the environmental authorization provisions of the aforementioned regulations, related to the adoption of conclusions on BAT for the sector and the relevant environmental agency that ensures the adequacy of the environmental authorization. Furthermore, the automatic review of environmental permits and environmental licenses is regulated.

Article 42 is also modified in order to extend the communication system for the transmission of activities or facilities, previously laid down for environmental clearance subject to environmental permit or to those that are subject to environmental communication.

Similarly, an article is introduced to cover the changes that may occur in the regimes of administrative intervention and that all possible transitions from one regime to another established in Law 11/2003 regulating of April 8 . With this, it is responding to the change in the intervention system caused by the actual operation of the activity or facility, thereby seeking to provide the necessary legal certainty during this transit.

Moreover, to accommodate basic state legislation through the amendment of Article 44, both the deadline for starting the activity, once environmental clearance, such as that granted temporary halt. On this basis, the content of that article on the environmental permit in relation to such cases is accommodated.

Finally, the amendment provides for administrative intervention in cases of termination of activity subject to environmental clearance, and this has to be regulated to avoid the possibility of remaining in its location involving substances or elements is also included in this title one risk to the environment or to people. Therefore, in line with the provisions of the basic state legislation, and based on past experience, the need for the holder, under certain circumstances, communicate the cessation of the activity and ensure that they have introduced the necessary measures determined to avoid environmental risks arising from the closure. Also, communication ceased operations in cases where activities or facilities are subject to environmental permit or environmental communication is expected.

In conjunction with Title VI of the Act, based on the environmental impact assessment, modification aims to integrate the procedure to apply in the Autonomous Community with the provisions of the basic state legislation in this matter, in which a procedural context is established common throughout the country on the design of two methods: regular and simplified. Thus, those projects that is presumed that, in any case, will have significant effects on the environment should be evaluated prior to approval in accordance with the regular procedure, ending with the environmental impact statement. The remaining projects are subject to environmental impact assessment simplified, which will end with an environmental impact report that will determine that the project is not subject to regular assessment or environmental impact. With the stated aim of Articles 45, 46, 47, 48, 49, 50, 52, 53, 54, 55 and 56 are amended and Articles 51 and 57 are deleted.

Among the most important changes in this area, because of its impact, should already be highlighted at this point, Annex IV which contained works projects, facilities or activities subject to environmental impact assessment to which it refers is deleted former Article 46.3 understand that the catalog of projects established in the basic state legislation on environmental impact assessment is complete enough to be expanded. There are only four types of projects listed in Annex III of Law 11/2003, of April 8, amended by this Act, in respect of Article 45, either because they are considered too high thresholds established in basic state regulations, in the case of the two types of energy industry, either because a decision on surrender on stage before I set out in the basic rules, in industrial estates, either because it projects not covered in it proposes as the industries producing hazardous waste, it seems appropriate to undergo environmental impact assessment simplified, well established in the basic state regulations.

The remaining amendments on environmental impact assessment, based on the forecasts made in the basic rules, and especially the definition of the common procedure of environmental impact assessment, intended to accommodate organizational characteristics and regulations of the Autonomous certain aspects related to this procedure. Also aim to clarify the wording of the rules, for a more accessible content, and to adjust to the current regulations, the latter operation being performed by removing references to repealed provisions.

In this line, this paper aims to clarify the scope of competence to issue the environmental impact statement and environmental impact report on the Community of Castile and León, regular, in line with state regulations, the possibility that the Board of Castilla y León to exclude certain projects from the process of environmental impact assessment, realize how to initiate, process and complete the environmental impact assessment, establish a system of reporting and publication of the environmental impact statement and environmental impact report and even regulate a specific procedure for resolving disagreements, if they do occur.

Title VII of the Law 11/2003, of April 8, based on the system of environmental communication is subject to change. The fundamental change that has been introduced, which are specified in Annex V. activities or facilities subject to environmental communication is undergoing this regime, the simplest of all provided in this Act, in addition to the list of activities and facilities listed in Annex V, activities or facilities that are subject to routine environmental impact assessment, that have a favorable environmental impact statement. Thus, activities or facilities whose incidence has been evaluated and controlled by the regional government in its entirety, you are subject to the municipal level in simple and short procedure governing law is changed now. Also, the Annex is amended, extending the assumptions included in the double sense of activities or facilities incorporate very little environmental concern and more activities or facilities with significant environmental impact, for sectoral environmental standards must be monitored in specific administrative procedures by the regional administration. It should be noted, in particular, has been considered the provisions of Law 12/2012, of 26 December, on urgent measures to liberalize trade and certain services, as amended by Law 14/2013, of 27 September, supporting entrepreneurs and their internationalization, regarding activities or facilities included in its scope and in the Law 20/2013, of December 9, assurance market unit.

Based on the foregoing, Article 58 have added several paragraphs in order to clarify the operation of the system of environmental communication and, above all, the documentation to be submitted with the paper.

With respect to Title IX of the Law 11/2003, of April 8, wherein the collegiate bodies in environmental prevention are regulated, Articles 69 and 70 are amended and Article 71 remains without content is deleted . The purpose of the amendment is to accommodate the functions of the Regional Committees for Environment and Planning Council and the Environment, Spatial Planning and the competence distribution is made on environmental impact assessment, the handling of environmental clearance and also in the case of the Territorial Commissions to the new regulation from intervention of the environmental license.

In reference to Title X of Law 11/2003, of April 8, on penalties, Article 74 in the new infringement cases are added in line with the basic state regulations and Article 84 in the modified that the time resolution of disciplinary proceedings conducted by the Government of the Community of Castile and León is determined.

Finally, the fifth final provision of Law 11/2003, of April 8, in order to enable the Ministry responsible for the environment to develop both the administrative procedures that respect the Act is amended as the content of the EIS.

Concludes the modification carried out this act, as advance, with the deletion of Annex II. Activities and exempt qualifying facilities and report Commissions Environmental Prevention and Annex IV. Works projects, facilities or activities subject to environmental impact assessment in Article 46.2, which are without content, and amending Annex I. Categories of activities or facilities referred to in Article 10 of Annex III concerns. Works projects, facilities or activities referred to in Article 45.2 and Annex V. activities or facilities subject to environmental communication relates.

The final part of this law comprises three additions, two transitional provisions, the exemption clause and five final provisions.

The first additional provision relates to electronic communications under the procedures contained in Law 11/2003, of April 8, with a clear commitment to facilitate and expedite processing.

The two transients within a framework of respect for the rights acquired by whoever was affected by the enactment of this Act provisions are devoted to regulating, respectively, the status of the proceedings initiated and pending concerning environmental licensing and modification of this, and environmental impact assessment.

The deleted provision repealing few rules of equal or lower rank are contrary to the provisions of this Act while repealing any provisions or references in regional environmental standards, industry as well as the instruments of spatial planning in terms prescribe the EIA projects that are not subject to the aforementioned procedure in accordance with the provisions of the basic state regulations or the Law 11/2003 of 8 April.

Concludes with five standard final provisions modified. The first disposal provide a system of supplementary application deadlines established by State legislation on environmental impact assessment. The second final provision contains a reference to the Law 21/2013, of December 9, for the purposes of its application in the territory of the Community of Castile and León, a strategic environmental assessment of plans and programs may have significant effects on the environment and determines the environmental body in this field in the region of Castilla y León. The final provision in order to determine the farms not being placed under environmental authorization may be subject to the system of environmental communication, provides that the Junta de Castilla y León, by decree, on the initiative of the Ministry responsible regarding livestock and Ministry responsible for environment, regulates ambient conditions to be met by activities or livestock facilities, depending on their situation, capacity and other features. The fourth final provision empowers the Junta de Castilla y León to develop and adopt a revised text of the Law on Environmental Prevention of Castile and Leon, who comes to include in a single legislative text of all amendments to the Act has been 11/2003 of 8 April, over its lifetime. The disposal fifth determines the entry into force of this law, which specifies within thirty days from its publication in the "Official Gazette of Castile and Leon," with the purpose of enabling knowledge of material modifications and the adoption of the measures necessary for its implementation.

Single article. Amendment of Act 11/2003 of 8 April, the Environmental Prevention of Castile and Leon.

Law 11/2003, of April 8, Environmental Prevention of Castile and León, is amended as follows:

One. Article 1, which happens to have been amended as follows:

"This Act aims to achieve integrated prevention and control of pollution in order to achieve maximum protection of the environment as a whole in the region of Castilla y León, by setting out the relevant administrative control systems of an environmental nature . '

Two. Paragraph 3 of Article 3, which shall read as follows amendments:

'3. Excluded from the scope of this Act:

a) The activities or facilities related to national defense and civil protection in emergencies, pending resolution of the same. However, the facilities built during the emergency resolution must be adapted to the requirements of this Act once the emergency.

b) The work activity, regarding the pollution caused by it in the relevant workplace.

c) Activities or facilities or parts recognized as such by the competent bodies in research, development and testing facilities used for research, development and testing of new products and processes.

d) Facilities whose primary activity is regulated by state regulations on nuclear energy. "

Three. Article 4, which reads as follows amendments:

'1. For the purposes of environmental licensing regime, as well as the environmental impact assessment of projects governed by this Law shall apply the definitions in the basic state legislation.

2. For the purposes of this Act, the term:

a) Pollution: The direct or indirect introduction, through human activity, of substances, vibrations, radiation, heat, light or noise in the air, public water or soil that may have adverse effects on human health or the environment, or which may cause damage to materials or impair or interfere with amenities and other legitimate uses of the environment property.

b) Activity: The generation of goods and services through the operation that is performed at a given site or cattle ranch, industrial, mining, commercial, or other services that may be linked to one or more facilities.

c) Installation: Any stationary technical unit where one or more of the activities to which this Act relates, and any other activities directly related to those who keep technical connection with the activities carried out on that site to be developed and may have an effect on emissions and pollution.

d) Issue: The expulsion of the air, water or soil of substances, vibrations, radiation, heat, light or noise from direct or indirect or diffuse sources in an installation.

e) emission limit values: the mass and energy expressed in relation to certain specific parameters, concentration or level of an emission, which may not be exceeded during one or more periods.

f) Susceptibility: The presence of natural resources, especially in air, water or land, of substances, vibrations, light, radiation, heat or noise that alter its natural composition and which are exposed living things and materials.

g) immission limit values: The mass, concentration or emission levels to be attained within a given period of time.

h) New activity: new activity shall mean the first local installation as well as transfers to other stores.

i) Substantial Modification: Any change in the nature of the operation or the extent of the activity or facility by applying the criteria referred to in Article 6 bis of this Act, have such consideration.

j) no substantial modification: Any modification to the characteristics, performance or extent of the activity or facility, without consideration of substantial, may have an impact on safety, the health of people or the environment.

k) Hazardous Substances: Those substances or mixtures considered such as the rules on classification, labeling and packaging of substances and mixtures.

l) Production unit: Amount as a reference of an activity or emissions generating facility, whose purpose is, first, to standardize indicators just one sector and, secondly, to provide a representative benchmark of activity or facility to determine the time course of the generation of any kind of issue, so that fluctuations or variations in production do not distort the results, allowing anytime establish a benchmark for the generation of these emissions. Will be defined case by case basis for each act or industrial process, based on the most appropriate criterion between the consumption of raw materials and / or consumption of natural resources, industrial product finishing unit, or a combination of both.

m) Maximum consumption of natural resources: The amount of water, raw materials and energy per unit of production for each facility for the purposes of this Act, is considered in the permissible limit environmental efficiency, based on the best available techniques and environmental conditions caused by the use, generation and transportation of water, raw materials or energy used in the installation. The maximum consumption is established with the aim of optimizing the use of natural resources and prevent the emission of pollutants.

n) Maximum production of waste substances: Maximum production waste any means substances emitted per unit of production.

o) Contractor: Any natural or legal person who operates or controls the activity or facility decisive economic power over the technical functioning of the facility.

o) Chemical: The chemical elements and their compounds with the exception of radioactive substances in the regulations on nuclear power and genetically modified organisms covered in the regulations on the contained use, deliberate release and marketing of genetically modified organisms, to prevent risks to human health and the environment, and their corresponding rules.

p) general technical requirements: minimum conditions as set out in the environmental regulations that may be included in the environmental clearance, environmental permits or environmental impact statement, and must meet the activities or facilities subject to environmental communication scheme in order to prevent the effects negative for the environment, the health of people or prevent risks. The technical conditions will materialize when specific for each facility, activity or project environmental clearance, environmental permits or environmental impact statement.

q) High Inspection: The inspection activities carried out by the regional administration in a supplementary activity to the local administration on activities or facilities operated under the environmental license or communication which have to be performed exceptionally and on issues because of its scope, urgency or technical difficulty, can not be addressed by municipal or provincial authorities.

r) Serious accident. For the purposes of this Act shall be governed by the definition in the regulations on measures to control the risks associated with major accidents involving dangerous substances'

Four. Article 6, which happens to have the following content is modified:

'1. Activities or facilities included in the scope of the Act, according to their degree of impact on the environment, safety and health, should be subject to environmental clearance regime, the regime of environmental permit or reporting regime environment, in accordance with this Act.

In those cases that are applicable in terms of activities or facilities or parts of facilities two or more intervention schemes under this Act shall apply to all facilities that corresponding to the activity or facility or part this greater degree of impact on the environment, safety and health.

2. Moreover, without prejudice to the basic state legislation on environmental impact assessment, the projects involving the execution of works, facilities, or any other activity covered by Annex III must undergo environmental impact assessment in terms set out in this Act. "

Five. A new article Article 6a, with the following wording is added:

"Article 6a. Modifications of activities or facilities.

1. Modification of the activities or facilities subject to environmental clearance, environmental communication environmental license or may be substantial or not substantial.

2. In any case be considered a substantial modification of, or subject to environmental clearance in accordance with the criteria established in the basic state legislation facilities occurs and, in any case, if the owner of the facility must purchase consideration waste manager for the treatment 'in situ'. These criteria apply to the determination of the substantial changes in the activities or facilities subject to environmental licensing and environmental communication.

3. In case the owner of the business or facility subject to environmental authorization or environmental permit plans to carry out a modification of a substantial nature, this can not be done in both environmental permit or environmental permit, respectively, is not modified.

If the activity or facility is subject to environmental communication must submit a new environmental communication.

Substantial changes in the activities or facilities subject to environmental clearance, will be processed by the procedure set out in the basic state regulations, and subject to the environmental license by the procedure established by regulation, in which, in any case, shall submit with the application, documents justifying the substantial nature of the modification to perform as well as the blueprint of the part or parts of the activity or facility affected by the modification to be performed. However, if as a result of the substantial change of regime change management intervention occurs, it will be as provided in Article 43 of this Law.

4. The holder of an activity or facility which intends to conduct a non-substantial change that must inform the competent authority to grant the environmental permit or environmental permit or, where appropriate, the body to which you must submit environmental communication indicating why reasonably believes that it is a non-substantive change. In this communication the supporting documents for the above reasons shall be attached.

The holder may conduct the amendment provided that the competent authority to grant the environmental permit or environmental permit or to which environmental communication not stated otherwise within one month due.

In the event that, as a result of non-substantive changes to the facility or activity, a change in the environmental permit or environmental permit in order to be required, in addition to updating their content, they include new constraints motivated by non-substantive changes, audience will be interested. In any case, changing environmental clearance, will be published in the "Official Gazette of Castile and Leon" and the environmental license will be communicated by the competent local authority Territorial Service environment of the province in which the facility is located. "

Six. Article 7, which shall read as follows amendments:

"Article 7. Emission limit values and technical requirements.

1. The emission limit values and technical requirements for determining general environmental legislation or the specific requirements for each facility to be included in the environmental permit or environmental permit are applicable to all activities, facilities or projects that are purpose of this Act.

2. To determine the environmental authorization and the environmental permit for the emission limits, you must consider:

a) The information provided by the Central Government in relation to decisions about the conclusions on best available techniques, without prescribing the use of any technique or specific technology.

b) The technical characteristics of the premises where any of the activities or facilities affected by this Act to develop, its geographical location and the local environmental conditions.

c) The nature of the emissions and their potential transfer from one mode to another.

d) The regional or national plans approved, if necessary, to comply with obligations laid down in Community legislation or international treaties signed by the Spanish State or the European Union.

e) The impact of emissions in the potentially affected human health and the general condition of the animal and plant health.

f) The emission limit values set out, where appropriate, by the rules in force on the date of approval.

3. Activities or facilities subject to environmental communication system shall meet the emission limit values for certain technical requirements in determining the environmental legislation for each activity or facility and, where appropriate, those identified in the environmental impact statement.

4. The emission limit values and technical requirements, always respecting the provisions of the sectoral legislation and necessary environmental permits or licenses may be completed on a voluntary agreement signed between the government and a company or a particular industry. Such agreements shall be published in the 'Official Gazette of Castile and Leon.' ''

Seven. Article 8, which shall read as hereby amended as follows:

'1. The Ministry responsible for the environment will create an information system that have sufficient data on:

a) The quality of natural resources and environmental conditions in the region of Castilla y León.

b) The objectives and quality standards on the environment and especially on the maximum emission levels determined legally.

c) The main foci of emissions and generating them.

d) The authorized emission limit values and best available techniques, the technical characteristics of the installation and the local environmental conditions that have been based on these values and other measures, if any, are established in environmental authorizations granted.

e) An inventory of activities or facilities subject to environmental clearance located in the territory of the Community of Castile and León, specifying the high and low it caused.

f) Information on environmental authorizations granted, the minimum content established in the basic state regulations.

g) environmental inspection reports of the "in situ" views with relevant findings regarding compliance of the conditions of the environmental authorization for the installation, as well as on any further action is necessary.

2. Holders of activities or facilities in the territory of the Autonomous Region shall annually notify the competent organ of the data corresponding to the installation in the cases and under the terms established by the basic state emissions regulations.

The Castilla y León may, by overriding reasons of general interest as defined in the basic state policy on free access to service activities, expand activities or facilities subject to this duty of notification.

3. The Ministry responsible for environmental forwarded to the Ministry in this area at least every year the following information:

a) The information specified in paragraphs c) and e) of paragraph 1 of this Article, for the purpose of preparing the State Emissions Inventory and its communication to the European Commission.

b) Where applicable, the accompanying environmental authorizations granted by setting less stringent emission limit values than those determined by the conclusions on best available technologies.

4. Regulated information in this article will be made public in accordance with the provisions of the basic state legislation by which the rights of access to environmental information are regulated. "

Eight. Article 9, which shall read as follows amendments:

'1. Compliance with environmental prevention measures set out in this Act does not exempt from obtaining other permits or licenses, or other means of administrative intervention required in sectoral legislation.

2. The environmental permits and environmental licenses may incorporate other environmental permits if no sectoral regulations so provides, integrated into the procedure applicable to them proceedings under this Act to obtain environmental authorization or license environmental and attach specific conditions to be included in such environmental permits. "

Nine. Article 10, which shall read as follows amendments:

'1. They are subject to environmental clearance regime, in addition to those in the basic state regulations on environmental prevention activities or facilities listed in Annex I of this Act.

2. The environmental authorization shall include all activities or facilities to which the preceding paragraph to the same site and those that meet the following requirements shall:

a) develop in place of the location of an activity or facility to which paragraph A of Annex I refers

b) which have a technical connection with the activity or facility referred to in paragraph A of Annex I are concerned, and

c) that may have an effect on emissions and pollution will result.

3. If in accordance with the provisions of the preceding paragraph, in the same location several activities or facilities that are of the same holder, the environmental clearance include the general technical requirements to ensure that each installation meets the requirements will be incorporated normatively established.

4. Furthermore, if environmental authorization is valid for multiple activities or facilities or parts of these exploited by different individuals on the same site, in that, in addition to the requirements listed in the previous section will detail the scope of the responsibility of each of the holders. Such liability shall be joint unless the parties agree otherwise.

5. In accordance with the provisions of the basic law, if multiple processes or multiple activities potentially polluting the atmosphere are included in the environmental authorization, may be considered a virtual focus, weighted sum of all the air pockets that allow setting limit values total emission for each of the contaminants generated whenever a level equivalent to the use of individual emission limits environmental protection is provided. "

Diez. Article 11, which shall read as follows amendments:

"Article 11. Environmental Authorisation.

1. The environmental authorization aims, besides under the basic rules on integrated prevention and control of pollution:

a) Set all conditions to ensure compliance with the purpose of this Act by the activities or facilities included in its scope, through a process that ensures the coordination of the various public administrations should be involved in the granting of this authorization to streamline procedures and reduce the administrative burden on individuals.

b) Have a system for prevention and control of pollution, integrating in a single act of government intervention all existing environmental authorizations in production and waste management, including waste incineration and, where appropriate, the waste disposal and discharges to inland waters, including discharges to comprehensive system of sanitation and environmental nature determinations regarding air pollution, including those relating to volatile organic compounds.

c) Include the actions of bodies, if necessary, to intervene in accordance with established regulations controlling the risks inherent in major accidents involving dangerous substances and integrated into a unique resolution of the environmental agency reports those organs.

d) Include actions concerning environmental impact assessment when so due and competition for it is of the Autonomous Community and conditions integrate environmental impact statement on the environmental authorization.

e) Integrate the authorization of emissions of greenhouse gases, according to what is indicated in the basic state policy in this area.

2. The granting of the environmental authorization, and modification and revision precede, if any, to the substantive authorizations, licenses or other means of administrative intervention in the activity of citizens, established in the basic state legislation and planning permission when the proposed activity intends to settle on rural land. "

Once. Paragraphs 1, 4 and 5 of Article 12, which reads as hereby amended as follows:

'1. The application for environmental authorization, as well as its substantial amendment, together with the documents to which paragraph 4, shall contact the Ministry responsible for environmental activities or facilities set forth in sections A and B . l Annex I, or the Territorial Delegation of the Junta de Castilla y León in which province plans to introduce the activity or facility, in the case of those in section B.2 of Annex I.

4. The application for environmental authorization must be accompanied by documentation in addition to the basic state legislation that regulates the following documentation refers:

a) Basic design, at least, in addition to the points raised in the Basic Law:

1.º Describe in detail the activities and facilities with the processes and emission sources, pollutants emitted and the amount and means of control,

2nd include the rationale for the proposed technology and other techniques for preventing and avoiding emissions from the installation or, where this is not possible, to reduce them, indicating which ones are considered best available techniques in accordance with decisions the conclusions on best available techniques and

3rd incorporate the documents required by the regulations on Control Measures of Inherent Risk for Serious Accidents involving Hazardous Substances which, in particular, the safety data sheets for hazardous substances utilizase seeking to be included in the activity or installation.

b) The environmental impact study, if appropriate, with content that determines the rules governing the matter.

c) Any other documentation required by applicable law.

5. The request for substantial modification in an activity or facility as authorized under the provisions of this Act, shall be accompanied by the documentation set in the basic state regulations and will be referred to the parts of the system and areas affected by the change. "

Twelve. Article 14, which shall read as follows amendments:

"The process of public information under the basic state regulations, once the documentation is complete, will open by the insertion of a notice in the '' Gazette de Castilla y León '' and will last for thirty days, and the effects and the exceptions provided for in that legislation. Also, a copy of this notice will be displayed at the Town Hall bulletin board in whose territory the facility is located. "

Thirteen. Article 15, which happens to have been amended as follows:

"Once the public information period is completed, the competent authority shall request simultaneously report bodies were required to be ruling on matters within its competence and those that it deems necessary to determine the application for environmental authorization.

In the mandatory reports to which the preceding paragraph the provisions of Article 16 and reports on emissions, production and waste management and control risks include the severe accident involving dangerous substances must be issued in accordance with the regulations applicable thereto, by the competent organs of the Administration of the Community of Castile and Leon, who will be considered determinants of the content of the environmental authorization. "

Fourteen. Article 16 shall read as follows amendments:

"The City Council term in which the activity or facility is located, issue a report on their compliance with all aspects that are within their competence and in particular, where appropriate on discharges to municipal sewer and noise, and within the expected effects on basic state regulations. "

Quince. Article 17, which happens to have the following content is modified:

"In cases where the activity or facility subject to environmental permit required, in accordance with the laws of water discharge permit to public water, the Basin Agency concerned must issue a report to determine the characteristics of the discharge and corrective measures to take in order to preserve the good ecological status of water, within, and through the effects of the procedure in the basic state policy measures. "

Sixteen. Article 18, which shall read as follows amendments:

"Article 18 Hearing.

Completed these steps, the competent authority after conducting an environmental assessment of the project as a whole, made the hearing process the applicant of the environmental authorization, as well as other stakeholders in the process and in particular to the adjoining neighbors with activity or facility. "

Seventeen. Article 19, which happens to have been amended as follows:

'1. After the hearing procedure, the competent authority shall draw up a proposal manager provisional resolution set to content indicated in this Law and the basic state regulations that incorporate the conditions from those issued binding reports and decide on other reports and the issues raised, if any, by the applicant during the investigation and hearing process, as well as those resulting from public information period.

2. As allegations had been made in the hearing procedure referred to in Article 18, shall forward them will, together with the proposed interim decision, the competent bodies to issue binding reports in previous steps so that in maximum period of fifteen days, express what they see fit, which also will be binding on matters relating to matters within its jurisdiction.

3. In cases where allegations have been made in the hearing process, terminating the procedure regulated in the previous section, and in those cases determined by regulation, the Planning Commission of Environment and Planning, or, case, the Council of Environment, Urbanism and Planning of Castile and Leon prepare the proposed final resolution with the content set out in paragraph 1 and, where appropriate, according to the statement made by the bodies to which it refers section 2. In addition, where appropriate, establish the proposed environmental impact statement, incorporating the conditioning or corrective action reports issued from binding.

4. In cases where they have not made claims in the hearing process as well as in cases in which the involvement of corporate bodies to which the preceding paragraph is not provided, the proposed final resolution will be formulated on the basis of the body responsible for deciding the environmental clearance by the central governing body or by the appropriate peripheral organ. "

Eighteen. The second paragraph of Article 20.1, which happens to have been amended as follows:

'1. The authority competent to decide on the environmental clearance is the holder of the Ministry responsible for the environment, in the case of activities or facilities set forth in sections A and B.1 of Annex I or the holder of the Territorial Delegation Castilla y León in the relevant province, for activities or facilities included in section B.2 of Annex I.

The deadline to resolve the procedure and report resolution is nine months. After this period no resolution has been notified, shall be deemed refused the request. "

Nineteen. Article 24, which shall read as follows amendments:

'1. Are subject to environmental licensing regime activities or facilities that may cause considerable discomfort, in accordance with established regulations and industry regulations, to alter the conditions of health, to harm the environment or cause hazards to persons or assets that are not subject to process evaluation ordinary environmental impact by not being included in the cases provided in the basic state regulations, as well as those subject, in accordance with the provisions of the aforementioned regulations and this Act, assessment simplified environmental impact and the environmental impact report has been determined that the project should not undergo routine evaluation of environmental impact.

Excluded from this intervention activities or facilities subject to environmental authorization schemes and environmental communication, which is governed by its own rules.

2. The environmental license will include all activities or facilities to which the preceding paragraph to the same site and those that fulfill the following terms:

a) develop at the site of construction activity or facility subject to environmental licensing regime,

b) which have a technical connection with the activity or facility subject to environmental licensing regime and

c) that may have an effect on emissions and pollution will result.

3. If in accordance with the provisions of the preceding paragraph, in the same location several activities or facilities that are of the same owner in the environmental license will include general technical requirements to ensure that each installation meets the requirements will be incorporated normatively established.

4. Similarly, if an environmental permit is valid for various activities or facilities or parts of these exploited by different individuals on the same site, in that, in addition to the requirements listed in the previous section will detail the scope of the responsibility of each of the holders. Such liability shall be joint unless the parties agree otherwise. "

Twenty. Paragraph b) of paragraph 2 shall be deleted happening paragraphs c) and d) renumbered respectively as b) and c), and paragraph 3 of Article 26, which happens to have the following content is modified:

'3. The application must be accompanied by an abstract memory or documents mentioned in the previous section, formulated in an understandable and shall include, where appropriate, an indication of the date of publication in the "Official Gazette of Castile and Leon, '' the environmental impact report which refers to Article 24.1. It will also incorporate a sworn statement on the disposition of prior authorizations required by applicable industry regulations. "

Twenty one. Article 27, which shall read as follows amendments:

'1. Unless expressly denied appropriate environmental license for reasons of municipal jurisdiction, based on urban planning in the bylaws or by failure of the prerequisites established by the applicable sectoral legislation, the City will submit the file for public information during ten days by inserting an advertisement in the '' Official Gazette of the Province. '' Also, a copy of this notice will be displayed at the Town Hall bulletin board in whose territory the facility is located. In the event that there are other administrative authorization procedures at City Hall on the particular activity or facility pending requiring the public disclosure of that record is published in the 'Official Gazette of Castile and Leon,' 'may be the information public only in the latter for all purposes and in the bulletin board of City Hall.

2. After the public information period, the City will request simultaneously, the report to which this paragraph, when there are assumptions which provides, as well as those deemed necessary to rule on the application for an environmental license. If in this process the City requests the issuance of report on activities subject to sectoral or authorization or other means of intervention in the activities of citizens facilities, the reporting authority is limited to stating in the report that fact.

The reports specified in the preceding paragraph shall be issued within ten days. Reports not issued within the prescribed period shall be governed by the provisions of the common law on administrative procedure.

3. The competent Territorial Service environment of the province in which the facility upon request of the City, issued the report, in any case, those aspects not covered by sectoral authorizations must be granted by the administration to be located regional environment, in the following cases:

a) When the activity or facility is subject, according to the basic state regulations or this Act, a simplified environmental impact assessment and environmental impact report has determined that the project should not undergo regular assessment of environmental impact.

b) When the activity or facility subject to the ordinary procedure for evaluating environmental impact by not being included in the cases provided for in the basic state legislation not being, requiring authorization for exceptional use of rural land.

This report will determine the content of environmental and binding license to the City Council in the event that impose corrective measures and when unfavorable based on the failure of the activity or facility with applicable environmental regulations.

4. done the previous steps, the City will make the process of hearing the applicant of the environmental license, as well as other stakeholders in the process and in particular the adjacent neighbors to the activity or facility.

5. In view of the documentation of municipal actions, the claims, if any, and reports issued, the competent municipal body shall prepare a reasoned report on the proposed activity or facility.

6. After these actions, we may grant the environmental license for the activity or facility, regardless of whether to exercise responsible other statements are accurate, communications, authorizations or concessions without enable to carry out activities or actions contrary to the legislation applicable to the activity or facility. "

Twenty two. Article 28 and Article 29, which are without content are deleted.

Twenty three. Article 30, which happens to have been amended as follows:

'1. The body responsible for resolving the environmental permit is the Mayor. The resolution shall terminate the proceedings.

2. If in addition environmental license required planning permission shall proceed in the manner determined in the Planning Act of Castile and Leon.

3. The deadline for issuing and notifying the outcome of the proceedings shall be two months. After the deadline no resolution has been notified, it will be understood estimated its application. The license granted by administrative silence in any case generates powers or contrary to law and rights, particularly on the public domain.

4. Maximum solving may be suspended in cases provided for in Article 42.5 of Law 30/1992, of 26 November, on the Legal Regime of Public Administrations and the Common Administrative Procedure, and in particular, when they must be requested within reports are mandatory and binding the contents of the resolution. "

Twenty four. Article 31, which happens to have been amended as follows:

"Environmental License incorporates the requirements necessary for the protection of the environment, specifying, where appropriate, the emission limits and preventive measures, control or guarantee as may be appropriate in the area of municipal powers and in particular in terms of discharges to municipal sewer and noise, among others. "

Twenty five. Article 32, which shall read as follows amendments:

"The resolution by which it is granted or denied environmental license notify stakeholders and will refer it to the competent Territorial Service environment of the province in which the facility is located."

Twenty-six. Title and Article 34, which happens to have been amended as follows:

"Article 34. Presentation of the notice of commencement.

1. The owner of the business or facility, once the environmental authorization or, where appropriate, the environmental license, transmit initiation or implementation of the activity or facility by filing a declaration of responsibility pursuant to Article 71 bis of Law 30/1992, of 26 November, on the Legal Regime of Public Administrations and the Common Administrative Procedure, indicating the start date of the activity or installation and compliance with the conditions laid down in its case, environmental or environmental permit authorization and that you have the documentation listed in the following section, which shall be made available to the competent public authority in accordance with the provisions of the environmental authorization or, where appropriate in the environmental license.

2. The owner of the business or facility before submitting the sworn statement to which paragraph 1 shall have the following documentation:

a) Certification of Technical Director for the implementation of the project on the appropriateness of the activity and project facilities under authorization or license.

b) A certificate issued by an accredited environmental watchdog, concerning compliance with the applicable requirements, if technically possible. In the event such certification by technically sound reasons, not be issued for the entire facility prior to commencement of the activity, the owner of the business to be obtained in the shortest possible time considering technical constraints.

c) Evidence of other administrative determinations contained in the environmental authorization or the environmental license.

3. The filing of a declaration of responsibility enabled, from the day of your presentation, for the development of the activity in question, without prejudice to compliance with the other obligations required by other regulations that may apply, and requires the registration automatically on the appropriate officials. "

Twenty seven. Title and Article 35, which reads as follows amendments:

"Article 35. Administrative Performance Test.

1. After starting the activity, the competent bodies of the Government of the Community of Castile and Leon, in the case of activities or facilities subject to environmental authorization, conducted an inspection in accordance with the requirements in the regulations that are application. In the case of activities or facilities subject to environmental licensing, the municipalities, in the exercise of the powers of inspection due to them under the provisions of this Act, without prejudice to the functions of the Government of the Community of Castile and León within the scope of their authority, shall make the necessary verifications.

2. The inaccuracy, misrepresentation or omission of essential character in any information, statement or document which accompanies or joins the sworn statement, non-submission of such sworn statement, or breach of the requirements which may apply, will determine the impossibility to continue the exercise of the activity from the time record of these events will be without prejudice to any criminal, civil or administrative liability that may be incurred. "

Twenty eight. The title of Title V to be renamed is modified:

"Other common the authorization, licensing and environmental communication provisions. '

Twenty-nine. Article 37, which is without content is deleted.

Thirty. The title and content of Article 39, which are replaced by the following wording is amended:

"Article 39. Revision of the environmental authorization.

1. The review of the environmental authorization, which will be held at the request of the body which granted the environmental clearance is governed by the provisions of the basic state legislation.

2. The holder, in addition to all the information on the basic state regulations, will present in Article 12 of this Act as may be necessary to revise the conditions of approval.

The documents provided by the incumbent will referred to the demonstration of adequate environmental performance of the facility and measures put in place to adapt to the same conclusions on the Best Available Techniques. The demonstration of adequate environmental performance can be carried out by certified and have implemented a system of effective environmental management system based on ISO 14001 or being welcomed to the European eco-management and Audit Scheme Environmental (EMAS), according with the European regulation on this matter.

3. In any case, the environmental authorization will be reviewed ex officio in the cases provided for in the basic state regulations.

The bodies must issue mandatory reports and determining under specific legislation where it considers that circumstances exist for environmental authorization be revised so inform the competent body to grant it, so you start the automatic review process. "

Thirty-one. Article 40, which is without content is deleted.

Thirty-two. The title and content of Article 41, which are replaced by the following wording is changed.

"Article 41. Review of the environmental license office.

1. The environmental license may be reviewed ex officio when any of the following circumstances:

a) The pollution caused by the activity or installation to be revised limit values of emission taxes or adopting new values.

b) If a significant change in the average receiver with respect to the conditions presented at the time of granting of the environmental license occurs.

c) The operational safety of the process or activity or facility may require other techniques.

d) It would require sectoral legislation that is applicable to the installation or necessary to satisfy new or revised environmental quality under the provisions of the basic state regulations.

2. When any of the organs to be mandatory and binding reports issued pursuant to specific legislation, where circumstances deem to be revised environmental license shall inform the City Council, to initiate the procedure for automatic review.

3. For the purpose of reviewing the environmental license, at the request of the City, the holder shall submit all information necessary for the review of the conditions of the environmental license.

In reviewing the conditions of the environmental license, the City will use any information obtained from monitoring or inspections made to the activity or facility.

4. In the process of automatic review of the environmental license hearing process will be the owner of the facility in accordance with the provisions of this Act may be considered a non-substantial change. On the other hand, when it is considered that substantial, in the process, a public inquiry will be opened for a minimum period of fifteen days and hearing is given to the operator.

5. Review of the environmental license shall not be entitled to compensation. "

Thirty-three. Title of article 42 and the contents of paragraph 1, are replaced by the following wording is amended:

"Article 42. Transmission of activities or facilities.

1. When activities or facilities subject to intervention regimens regulated under this Act are passed, it will require the provision of such transmission to the Ministry responsible for the environment, when they have environmental clearance and the municipality in whose territory they are located when unlicensed, or environmental communication. "

Thirty-four. The title and content of Article 43, which reads as follows amendments:

"Article 43. Changes in the system of administrative intervention.

1. When the partial cessation of activity or installation occurs, for decommissioning or dismantling of facilities or changes to its production process, and as a result of activities or facilities are no longer subject to environmental clearance in accordance with the provisions of this Act and to pass to be placed under the environmental permit or environmental communication, provided that the owner states his intention to continue developing our activities in accordance with the new rules, those will continue to operate under the intervention scheme that it is applicable to them.

In order to formalize the new rules applicable when the facility becomes subject to the regime of environmental license the competent body in the environment it will notify the City Council in whose territory that is located and indicate the requirements that must be maintained and collected in the environmental license granted. This process shall take place within a maximum period of two months from the communication of the holder to which the preceding paragraph.

In the event that the facility becomes subject to the system of environmental communication, the expression of will to which this section refers, to be forwarded to the City Council in whose territory the facility is emplace, shall for all purposes be considered communication environment.

2. For activities or facilities that have environmental license, and project modifications that make the whole installation has to undergo the environmental authorization scheme, you must submit an application for environmental authorization to the competent body for environment of the regional Administration. For existing and partly covered by the environmental license will be sufficient to provide the documentation listed in the second paragraph of Article 39.2 of this Law.

In the event that the activity or facility becomes subject to the system of environmental communication, provided that the owner states his intention to continue developing our activities in accordance with the new regime, that continue to operate under the regime of environmental communication, considered as such , for all purposes, communication of changes to council.

3. When on activities or facilities subject to environmental communication system modifications that make the whole installation has to undergo the environmental authorization regime or environmental permits are projected, the request must be made before the competent authority to grant them. For existing and covered by prior environmental communication part will provide sufficient documentation supporting adequate environmental performance of the facility. "

Thirty-five. Title and Article 44, which reads as follows amendments:

"Article 44. Time limits of validity of the environmental authorization and the environmental permit and temporary cessation.

1. activities or facilities subject to environmental clearance, the deadline for starting the activity, once granted that, as well as the duration of the temporary cessation of activity are set out in the basic state legislation.

2. activities or facilities subject to environmental permit:

a) The holder of the environmental license shall have a period of four years from the date of issue of the license, provided that it is not a longer period is set to begin the activity.

b) The duration of the temporary cessation of activity may not exceed four years, except in cases of force majeure, after transmission.

Notwithstanding the provisions of the preceding paragraphs, for good cause, the owner of the business or facility may request an extension of the competent organ of the aforementioned deadlines.

After the periods indicated, the environmental license loses its validity. "

Thirty-six. : A new article, Article 44a, the following wording

"Article 44a. Cessation of activity and closure of the facility.

1. The holder of the environmental authorization must submit a prior notification to the permanent or temporary cessation of activity with the relevant environmental agency in the deadlines determined in environmental clearance, which further conditions will be set for, upon definitive cessation of activities to ensure compliance with the provisions of the basic state regulations.

The cessation of the activity and the closure of the facility subject to environmental clearance, as well as the actions to be performed after the final closure activities will be governed by the regulations in the basic state legislation.

2. Holders of environmental licensing and environmental communication must provide prior notification to terminate the activity before the City Council of the municipality in which the activity or facility is located. The holder of the environmental permit must notify a temporary halt in the conditions and terms to be determined at that. "

Thirty-seven. Article 45, which reads as follows amendments:

'1. They are subject to routine environmental impact assessment projects, public and private, involving the execution of works, facilities, or any other activity for which well established in the basic state legislation on environmental impact assessment of projects.

Also be subject to environmental impact assessment ordinary any modification of a project to which the preceding paragraph and paragraph 2, where the change meets alone, the thresholds for the projects mentioned in the previous paragraph.

2. submit a simplified environmental impact assessment, in addition to projects, public and private, involving the execution of works, facilities, or any other activity for which it is established in the basic state legislation on environmental impact assessment of projects, included in Annex III of this Act.

Also be subject to environmental impact assessment simplified any modification projects to in paragraph 1 above and already authorized, executed or in the foreclosure process, other than those specified in paragraph 1, it may have implications relates significant adverse environmental. It is understood that a change may have significant adverse effects on the environment when reference to the data contained in the draft environmental document or, where appropriate, in the environmental impact of the project in question, the modification involves:

a) A greater than 50% of the emissions increase

b) more than 50% of the discharges into public waterways increase

c) more than a 50% increase in waste generation,

d) more than 50% of the utilization of natural resources increases,

e) a condition for Natura 2000 Protected Areas,

f) significant cultural heritage condition.

3. The Castilla y León may in exceptional circumstances and by agreement reasoned case by case exempt a project process of environmental impact assessment. In these cases:

a) whether to refer the project excluded another form of assessment that meets the principles and objectives of the rules of environmental impact assessment will be examined.

b) The Agreement of exclusion, Castilla y Leon, where the reasons therefore shall be included will be published in the 'Official Gazette of Castilla y León' ', at which time it will produce effects. It was also made available to the public information with regard to the decision of exclusion and the reasons for it, and the examination of alternative forms of assessment excluded project.

c) The decision-making body shall communicate the information referred to in the preceding paragraph to the Commission prior to the authorization of the project status, through the competent organ of the Government. "

Thirty-eight. The title and content of Article 46, which are replaced by the following wording is amended:

"Article 46. Competent bodies.

1. It is the holder of the Ministry responsible for environment:

a) Draw the environmental impact statement for projects and project modifications under ordinary environmental impact assessment, including those whose location affects more than a province of the Community and which are processed as a regional project.

b) To establish the environmental impact report for the project and modifications subject to environmental impact assessment simplified, the location of which affect more than one province of the Community, as well as those that are processed as a regional project.

c) issue the EIS project and the changes to which paragraph b) refers when your submission is resolved to ordinary environmental impact assessment.

2. It is up to the owners of the local offices of the Castile and Leon, in its territorial scope:

a) Draw the environmental impact report for the project and the changes undergone simplified environmental impact assessment, except those referred to in paragraph 1.b).

b) To establish the environmental impact statement for the project and the changes to which paragraph a) submission is resolved to ordinary environmental impact assessment is concerned.

c) Prepare the document scope of the environmental impact in all projects or modifications under ordinary environmental impact assessment. "

Thirty-nine. The title and content of Article 47, which are written in the following terms shall be amended:

"Article 47. Technical capacity of editor of the initial document, the EIS and the draft environmental document.

The initial document, the EIS and the project environmental document must be performed by persons possessing sufficient technical capacity in accordance with the rules on professional qualifications and higher education, and have the quality to meet the requirements the basic state regulations and this Act. "

Forty. The title and content of Article 48, which shall henceforth be amended as follows:

"Article 48. Responsibility of the drafters of the original document, the EIS and the draft environmental document.

The drafters of the original document, the EIS and the environmental document for the project are responsible for the contents and reliability of the data from these studies and documents, except with respect to the data received from the government in a reliable way.

The promoter of the evaluated performance is vicariously liable for the drafters of the original document, the EIS or, where appropriate, the environmental document for the project and the author of the project on the information in the above studies and documents. "

Forty-one. Article 49, which happens to have the following content is modified:

'1. The environmental impact assessment of the projects referred to in Article 45, will follow the procedure established in the basic state legislation, this Act and the regulations.

2. Do not authorize projects that have not been subjected to environmental impact assessment when the assessment was required under state law or by this Basic Law.

When the execution of a project subject to environmental impact assessment requires a sworn statement or a previous communication, these may not be filed until such assessment has not been completed, either by declaration or environmental impact report on the environmental impact it is determined that the project should not be subjected to environmental impact assessment ordinary, and those have been published in the 'Official Gazette of Castile and Leon.' '

The act of approval of projects to be subjected to environmental impact assessment and responsible statement or advance notice regarding such projects, void and effectiveness for all purposes if such projects have not been subjected to the indicated procedure without subject to the penalties, if any, to proceed.

3. The environmental impact assessment will be integrated into the environmental authorization procedure provided for in this Act or in the authorization procedure of the project by the substantive body.

To this end, the evaluation of ordinary environmental impact, the substantive body made the public inquiry to the basic state policy concerns as well as consultation and those set out in that legislation. This public inquiry will be held jointly with the public inquiry of the environmental authorization and, where appropriate, with the provisions of the regulations governing the authorization procedure of the project.

In the case of projects submitted for prior notification or declaration of responsibility will be the environmental body which will take the steps mentioned public information, consultation, as well as those established in the basic law of environmental impact assessment.

In simplified environmental impact assessment, the environmental body will be on performing the processing of queries.

4. In the processing of the environmental impact assessment of the projects referred to in Article 45, upon receipt of a request to initiate the environmental assessment, the environmental agency, you can resolve your inadmissibility for any of the following reasons:

a) If deemed unequivocally that the project is clearly unfeasible for environmental reasons.

b) If it considers that the EIS does not satisfy conditions sufficient quality.

c) If there are already impermissible or whether it had issued an unfavorable environmental impact statement on a substantially similar to the presented project.

d) If there is a statement from the competent organ of public administration which is evident the infeasibility of the project, alleging breach of industry regulations or instruments of urban planning or spatial planning.

Prior to the decision of inadmissibility character, the environmental body shall hear the developer and inform the decision-making body, in the terms established in the basic state regulations.

The resolution of inadmissibility justify why I appreciated, and facing the same resources may be brought in legally appropriate administrative and judicial means to you. "

Forty two. Article 50, which happens to have been amended as follows:

'1. The EIS must be submitted by project sponsors under ordinary environmental impact assessment and will, at least, the content provided in the basic state regulations.

2. The bodies of the Government of the Community of Castile and León made available to the project sponsor reports and other documentation in its possession when it is useful for the study of environmental impact. "

Forty-three. Article 51, which is without content is deleted.

Forty-four. The title and content of Article 52, which shall henceforth be amended as follows:

"Article 52. Termination of proceedings of EIA.

1. The EIA will end:

a) With the issuance of the environmental impact statement for projects subject to environmental impact assessment ordinary, as provided in Article 45.1.

b) With the issuance of the environmental impact report for projects subject to environmental impact assessment simplified, as provided in Article 45.2.

2. The environmental impact statement with the nature and content established in the basic law, determine, solely for environmental purposes, whether or not to implement the project, and if so, determine the conditions that must be performed.

The validity and the extension of the environmental impact statement will be produced under the terms established in the basic state regulations.

3. The environmental impact report, which shall conform to the criteria laid down in the basic rules and have the nature and content covered in it, is the document in which the environmental agency determines that the project must undergo an impact assessment ordinary environment to have significant effects on the environment or that the project has no significant effect on the environment, on the terms set out in that report. In the latter case, the validity of the environmental impact report will be produced in accordance with the provisions of the basic state regulations. "

Forty five. Article 53, which happens to have been amended as follows:

'1. In case of discrepancy between the environmental agency and the substantive body of the content of the environmental impact statement or environmental impact report, resolve the Castilla y León.

2. In these cases, the substantive body will inform the environmental agency the reasons for the discrepancy with any documentation it deems appropriate.

Received notice of disagreement, the environmental body shall decide either to accept the reasons for the decision-making body, or keeping their judgment. In the event that the environmental agency does not object within a maximum of thirty working days, means it keeps its approach to the content of the environmental impact statement or environmental impact report made.

The substantive body raise the discrepancy to the Junta de Castilla y León for resolution. While this body does not act shall be deemed to EIS or, where appropriate, the environmental impact report remain effective.

3. The Castilla y León disposing shall act as it deems appropriate in relation to the preventive, corrective or compensatory measures established in the EIS or, where appropriate, in the environmental impact report and, if necessary will define those which are deemed necessary to ensure a level of environmental protection that is appropriate and consistent with the project's implementation. "

Forty-six. Article 54, which reads as follows amendments:

'1. The environmental impact statement and environmental impact report shall be published at least in the 'Official Gazette of Castile and Leon.' 'This publication will be communicated to stakeholders and the municipality in whose municipal term the project is located.

2. The environmental impact statement and environmental impact report shall notify the sponsor and forwarded to the body that is to issue the administrative order of authorization or approval of the project and, where applicable, to which examines the environmental clearance process. »

Forty-seven. Paragraph 1 of Article 55, which happens to have been amended as follows:

'1. Where appropriate to the environmental body of the General State Administration formulating environmental impact statement in accordance with the provisions of State law on environmental impact assessment, may not be granted environmental approval, without first promulgating it said statement. "

Forty-eight. The title and content of Article 56, which shall henceforth be amended as follows:

"Article 56. Monitoring and enforcement of the environmental impact statement and environmental impact report.

1. It is referring to the substantive monitoring and enforcement of the environmental impact statement and, where appropriate, the environmental impact report.

Nonetheless, the environmental agency may request information from him about it and make the necessary to verify compliance with the conditions of the environmental impact statement checks as well as the environmental impact report.

2. The promoter of projects undergoing environmental impact assessment environmental body must communicate to the beginning of project implementation and completion of the work and the beginning of the operational phase. "

Forty-nine. Article 57, which is without content is deleted.

Fifty. Title and Article 58, which happens to have the following content is modified:

"Article 58. Activities or facilities subject to environmental communication.

1. The activities or installations included in Annex V of this Act to initiate the activity will require advance notice to the City Council of the municipality in which they are located, subject to the application of this Act to the extent applicable, and the rules sector.

2. The presentation of environmental communication does not exempt from obtaining other permits or licenses, or other means of administrative intervention in the activity of citizens necessary for the conduct of business, among others, to dumping permit municipal sewer or discharge into watercourses.

3. The environmental communication will be presented once the works are completed, which should be covered by the planning permission that, if necessary, appropriate, and when the activity or facility, should undergo regular assessment of environmental impact, having given corresponding favorable environmental impact statement, and in any event prior to the start of the activity.

4. If the activity is to develop existing premises in which it is not necessary to perform work, the effectiveness of environmental communication will be linked to the urban compatibility of the activity carried out aimed at that location and those facilities.

5. Environmental communication must be accompanied, at least, without prejudice to what is established by regulation or relevant bylaws, the following documentation:

a) A description of the facilities in which the environmental impact thereof are stated.

b) An environmental report to determine emissions, environmental installation cataloging justifiably, corrective measures, controls performed to confirm the adequacy of the corrective measures and control measures.

The controls indicated, assuming that it is well established in the sectoral legislation should be developed by an accredited institution required to do so, granted by the National Accreditation Body (ENAC) or other entity legally recognized Accreditation.

Environmental communication shall include, where appropriate, an indication of the date of publication in the "Official Gazette of Castile and Leon, '' the statement corresponding environmental impact."

Fifty-one. Paragraph 2 of Article 69, which happens to have the following content is modified:

'2. The Regional Committees for Environment and Planning, in their respective territory, in those cases where allegations have been made in the hearing process and the determined by regulation, made the corresponding proposed final decision in cases involving the and granting substantial modification of activities or facilities subject to environmental clearance regime when they must be solved by the holder of the Territorial Delegation of the Junta de Castilla y León. They shall also prepare the proposed environmental impact statement or, where appropriate, the draft environmental impact report on file with EIA on projects not covered by Article 70.1. "

Fifty-two. Paragraph 1 of Article 70, which shall read as hereby amended as follows:

'1. The Council on the Environment, Urbanism and Planning of Castile and Leon, attached to the Ministry competent in such matters, is the governing body gives in environmental prevention.

It corresponds, in those cases where allegations have been made in the hearing process and the determined by regulation, make an appropriate proposal for final decision in cases involving the granting and substantial change in activities or organizations under the environmental clearance regime when they must be solved by the holder of the Ministry responsible for the environment. It will also make the proposed environmental impact statement, or, if applicable, the proposed environmental impact report on the records of the environmental impact assessment for projects affecting more than one province, which is processed as a regional project or those who, because of their importance, deemed appropriate by the head of the Ministry said. "

Fifty-three. Article 71, which is without content is deleted.

Fifty-four. Paragraph b) is amended and three new paragraphs, paragraphs j) k) l) is added to Article 74.3, which reads as follows:

"B) Failure to comply with conditions of the permit or environmental permit, provided that no damage has occurred or serious damage to the environment or has seriously endangered the safety or health of people, and not taking measures to re-assure compliance in the shortest possible time and avoid potential accidents or other incidents. "

"J) not deliver the documentation required by the body responsible for the review of the environmental permit or license when the job is done.

k) Failure to promptly report to the competent authority of any breach of the conditions of the environmental authorization or license, as well as the incident or accident significantly affecting the environment.

l) Proceed to the closure of a facility in violation of the conditions of the environmental authorization on the contamination of soil and groundwater. "

Fifty-five. A paragraph, paragraph c) is added to Article 74.4, which reads as follows:

"C) The unjustified delay in delivery of the documentation required by the body responsible for the review of the environmental permit or license when it is done in office, according to deadline requests in the current legislation."

Fifty-six. Article 84, which shall read as follows amendments:

"The disciplinary procedure shall be in accordance with the rules applicable to each public administration. In the case of disciplinary proceedings conducted by the Government of the Community of Castile and Leon in matters governed by this Act, the deadline for a decision and notification shall be one year. "

Fifty-seven. Disposal fifth would read as follows amendments:

'1. It authorizes the Junta de Castilla y León to issue any measure necessary for the development and implementation of this Act.

2. The Ministry with responsibility for the environment may develop administrative procedures to which this Act relates, and the content of the EIS, subject to minimum content laid down in the basic state regulations. "

Fifty-eight. Annex I, which shall read as follows amendments:

'ANNEX I
Categories of activities and facilities referred to in Article 10

A. They are subject to environmental clearance regime categories of activities or facilities referred to in Annex 1 of Law 16/2002, of July 1, integrated prevention and control of pollution, and the same criteria set forth therein, the following:

Industrial plants for the:

a) The manufacture of tires.

b) The manufacture and assembly of motor vehicles and manufacture of motor vehicles.

B. According to the distribution of powers for the processing and resolution of cases of environmental authorization set out in Articles 12 and 20 of this Act, the following categories were established:

B.1 The activities and facilities for the headings 1-8, 9.1, 9.2, and 10 to 14 of the attached Law 16/2002, of July 1, integrated prevention and pollution control.

B.2 Activities and Facilities Section 9.3 of the annex of Law 16/2002, of July 1, integrated prevention and pollution control. "

Fifty-nine. Annex II, which is without content is deleted.

Sixty. Annex III, which happens to have the following content is modified:

"ANNEX III
Works projects, facilities or activities referred to in Article 45.2 refers

Regardless of the basic character set with State regulations also must undergo environmental impact assessment simplified, the following assumptions:

a) Thermal power stations, cogeneration plants and other combustion installations with a thermal input equal to or greater than 50 MW.

b) Plants capture solar energy with rated power equal to or greater than 10 MW.

c) planning instruments that establish the detailed planning of industrial estates.

d) creating new industries that generate more than 10 tons per year of hazardous waste. "

Sixty-one. Annex IV, left without content is deleted.

Sixty-two. Annex V, which happens to have the following content is modified:

'ANNEX V
Activities or facilities subject to environmental communication

Are subject to environmental communication activities or facilities subject to the process of environmental impact assessment that have the required favorable environmental impact statement provided they are not subject to environmental clearance regime as well as those listed below:

a) The activities listed in the Annex to the Law 12/2012, of 26 December, on urgent measures to liberalize trade and certain services, the effective area of exhibition and retail does not exceed 750 m.2

b) Workshops and watches, jewelery, optics, orthopedics, clothing, leather goods and saddlery, basketry, bookbinding, aides masonry construction, escayolistería, glassware, electrical, plumbing, heating and air conditioning repair, appliances, office machinery and equipment assimilable provided their surface is less than 500 m2.

c) Workshops for any of the activities or premises referred to in the preceding paragraph without limit surface or mechanical power installed, provided they are located in industrial estates.

d) Activities or storage facilities and / or wholesale of objects and materials, provided that the area is less than 1,000 m2, other than chemical or pharmaceutical products, fuel products, lubricants, fertilizers, pesticides, herbicides, paints, varnishes , wax, tires, waste of any kind (excluding own production), junkyards and scrap cars and machinery.

e) The activities or facilities listed in the previous section when they are located in industrial estates unlimited surface.

f) trade and service activities located within buildings to shopping centers that have an environmental license for the whole.

g) Offices, banks, offices and other transport intended for rental of goods or services and the like.

h) lower livestock facilities, defined as livestock facilities geared to domestic consumption as defined in the sectoral rules of livestock and those that do not exceed 2 LU, to be derived from the sum of all the animals in accordance with the table conversion to livestock units below and always with a maximum of 100 animals.

i) Facilities for breeding or guard dogs with a maximum of 10 dogs over three months.

j) Activities storage of agricultural equipment and products, provided that they do not have refrigeration and / or forced ventilation systems, which contain a maximum 2,000 liters of diesel or other fuels.

k) sound devices to scare birds and other noise-generating devices used in agriculture whose use is temporary.

l) Storage facilities for self gaseous solid, liquid or.

m) thermal power plants below 20 MW distribution networks including heat and cold.

n) power generation facilities, heating and hot water in any existing building from wind, solar or other renewable sources that do not always involve the combustion of substances.

o) transportation facilities and distribution of electricity and gas.

p) Facilities gathering, transportation, processing and distribution of water supply to populations.

q) wire communication facilities.

r) Garages for other than commercial vehicles.

s) Heliports.

t) or commercial activities of feeding workshop facilities, meaning those who do not have fed by fossil fuels or biomass furnaces, whose mechanics installed power not exceeding 15 kW and a surface area not exceeding 750 m2.

u) The activities or facilities listed in the previous section when they are located in industrial estates unlimited surface, thermal and mechanical power.

v) centers and rural tourism facilities included in the scope of the rules on the management of rural tourism accommodation.

w) centers and teaching academies except dance and music.

x) seniors residences and nurseries.

y) ancillary facilities for the construction of public works undertaken in the areas in which the play takes place and during the execution of the same, provided that these facilities are included and described in the project.

z) transhumant livestock activities of all kinds, as well as fixed installations in nearby creeks or linked to these activities and that are used only in the development of transhumance.

aa) Activities of ranching and grazing operations on communal and similar mounts.

bb) Activities or fixtures developed on holidays, such as raffles, attractions and trade show booths or meeting places during that time period.

cc) Activities or facilities itinerant casual or permanent operation, provided that their development in a particular location does not exceed 15 days per year.

dd) Installations for the controlled feeding of protected wildlife and game species in the wild.

ee) offices, administrative buildings and other units of government with less than 1,500 m2 floor area and any administrative building whose conception, design and operation will allow comply with international standards on energy efficiency.

ff) Medical offices and other health activities and veterinary practices in general.

gg) beekeeping facilities.

hh) recreational or sporting theme parks operated by companies included within the scope of the rules on active tourism, when the facilities have a power installed capacity up to 10 kW and have no emission systems sounds beyond those required for ensure the safety of the facilities, except golf and Olympic shooting circuits for motor vehicles.

ii) Museums, museum collections, houses protected natural areas and interpretive centers or areas related to natural resources and cultural assets, exhibition halls and the like.

jj) Installations for the treatment of urban wastewater lines serving a population equivalent of less than 5,000 population equivalents.

kk) Sealed landfill of household waste and construction and demolition of municipal ownership.

ll) Decommissioning of facilities operated under the environmental authorization for closure or completion of the activity was prior to December 31, 2006, not affected by the regulation of potentially soil polluting activities and the criteria and standards for the declaration of contaminated soils.

mm) Children Playrooms and similar facilities.

nn) External radio infrastructures used for the provision of electronic communications services. Radio links and amateur radio antennas listed are included. Antennas and end user terminals are excluded.

oo) Installations for the production of general meteorological and environmental data.

pp) In general all facilities potentially affected by rules which crafts in Castilla y Leon is regulated and which are not included in either group catalog of potentially polluting activities as determined by the regulations on air quality and protection of the atmosphere.

qq) collective business establishments, defined as so defined in the regulations on trade of the Community of Castile and León, with an area of less than 1,000 m2.

rr) Other activities or facilities not listed in the preceding paragraphs that develop their activity on public land and subject to concession or specific municipal permit temporary. "

First additional provision. Electronic communications.

The bodies of the Government of the Community of Castile and Leon, in the procedures established in this law, preferably use electronic media in their communications, and engaged in other public administrations.

To that end, make on the submissions of the actions contemplated in this law through reporting systems and electronic communication between government authorized or that may develop in the future. They may also address communications, among others, comprehensive reports and documents referred to in this Act, by e-mail systems with acknowledgment of receipt, which is automatically generated and in which the recipient must record receipt and reading when access to the content of communication. To this end, communication is deposited in open standard format the respective email addresses, in addition shall include the list of documents to be sent, if available, and data from the contact person to resolve issues that may arise from shipping and in case the procedure or the record at the appropriate communication, including, if known, the file number is expressed.

Second additional provision. Economic activity and employment in the review proceedings.

Review procedures for environmental licensing and environmental license must be reconciled with economic activity and employment, ensuring in any case, protection of the environment.

Additional provision three. Promote the use of best available technologies.

The Government of the Community of Castile and Leon in relation to companies whose activities or facilities are subject to one of the systems regulated under this Act, will promote the use of best available technologies to preserve the values whose protection is the subject of this Act in particular through calls for subsidies or other activities to promote the Community of Castile and Leon for making investments in productive processes and the implementation of environmental management systems and, preferably, the Community system management and audit scheme (EMAS).

First transitional provision. Administrative procedures for environmental licensing and modification of this initiated and pending.

A environmental permit procedures, as well as substantial modification or trade of this started before the enactment of this law that are pending, we will apply the previous rules. However, if the above procedures relate to activities or facilities in accordance with this Act are included in the system of environmental communication, this modification may be applied, provided that the applicant withdraws its application and present environmental communication in accordance with requirements of that law.

Second transitional provision. Records initiated environmental assessment and pending environmental impact statement impact.

1. Environmental Impact Assessments initiated before the entry into force of this Act, for projects that have ceased to be subject to such environmental impact assessment in accordance with this Act and pending obtaining the environmental impact statement will be filed without further proceedings upon judgment given for the purpose by the competent environmental agency.

2. The environmental impact assessment initiated before the entry into force of this law, which projects that have been subjected to simplified environmental impact assessment to be included in Annex III of Law 11/2003 of 8 relate April Environmental Prevention of Castile and León, is processed according to the previous rules. However, it may apply the provisions of this Act, if the sponsor withdraws the earlier application and submits the request to initiate the simplified environmental impact assessment.

Repeal. Repeal legislation.

1. hereby repealed all provisions of equal or lower rank opposing the provisions of this law.

2. In particular, the provisions or references in the environmental sector or regional regulations are repealed, as well as planning tools as prescribed by the EIA projects that are not subject to the aforementioned procedure in accordance with the provisions in the basic state regulations or the Law 11/2003 of 8 April, including those included in the following standards:

Law 8/1991, of May 10, of natural areas in the region of Castilla y León.

Decree 9/1994 of 20 January, that the Plan of Management of Natural Resources approves Picos de Europa.

Decree 36/1995, of 23 February, the Plan for Natural Resources of the Sierra de Gredos is approved.

Decree 57/1996, of 14 March, approving the Plan of Management of Natural Resources Iruelas Valley (Ávila) was approved.

Decree 58/1996, of 14 March, approving the Plan of Management of Natural Resources James Monte (Burgos) is approved.

Decree 60/1996, of 14 March, approving the Plan of Management of Natural Resources Guarenya Eye (Burgos) is approved.

Decree 140/1998, of 16 July, approving the Plan of Management of Natural Resources and Power Sources Carrionas Copper Mountain Palencia (Palencia) is approved.

Decree 141/1998, of 16 July, approving the Plan of Management of Natural Resources Batuecas-Sierra de Francia (Salamanca) is approved.

Decree 142/1998, of 16 July, approving the Plan of Management of Natural Resources The Fuentona (Soria) is approved.

Decree 143/1998, of 16 July, approving the Plan of Management of Natural Resources Sabinar Calatañazor (Soria) is approved.

Law 5/1999, of April 5, Urbanism of Castile and Leon.

Decree 249/2000, of 23 November, approving the Plan of Management of Natural Resources Riverbanks Castronuno-Vega del Duero (Valladolid) is approved.

Decree 164/2001, of 7 June, by which the Plan of Management of Natural Resources Natural Area Arribes del Duero (Salamanca-Zamora) is approved.

Decree 206/2001, of 2 August, by which the Sub-Regional Planning Guidelines Scope of Valladolid and environment are approved.

Decree 101/2002, of August 1, approving the Plan of Management of Natural Resources Natural Area The Marrows (León) is approved.

Decree 58/2003, of May 15, by which the Plan of Management of Natural Resources River Gorges Natural Area Riaz (Segovia) is approved.

Decree 11/2004, of 15 January, the Regional Plan of Territorial Scope of the Port of San Isidro (León) is approved.

Decree 22/2004, of 29 January, the Town Planning Regulations of Castile and Leon.

Decree 7/2005 of 13 January, that the Plan of Management of Natural Resources Natural Area Lagoons Villafáfila (Zamora) is approved.

Decree 74/2005, of 20 October, by which the Sub-Regional Planning Guidelines Scope of Segovia and Environment approved.

Decree 83/2005, of 3 November, approving the Plan of Management of Natural Resources Natural Area Obarenes Montes (Burgos) is approved.

Decree 107/2007, of 8 November, the Plan for Natural Resources and Sickles High Rudrón Ebro (Burgos) Natural Area is approved.

Decree 108/2007, of 8 November, the Plan Management of Natural Resources of Chestnut Miranda area declared a Natural Park Batuecas-Sierra de Francia (Salamanca) is approved.

Decree 109/2007, of 8 November, the Plan for Natural Resources of Chestnut St. Martin (Salamanca) is approved.

Decree 111/2007, of 15 November, approving the Plan of Management of Natural Resources "Glaciers Lagunas de Neila (Burgos)" was approved.

Decree 112/2007, of 15 November, approving the Plan of Management of Natural Resources "acebal Garagüeta" (Soria) is approved.

Decree 40/2008, of May 29, by which the Plan of Management of Natural Resources "Laguna Negra and Circuses Urbion Glaciers (Soria)" was approved.

Decree 6/2009 of 23 January, laying down guidelines Subregional Scope Palencia approved.

Decree 4/2010 of 14 January, that the Plan of Management of Natural Resources Natural Area "Sierra de Guadarrama" (Segovia and Ávila) was approved.

Decree 62/2013, of 26 September, approving the Plan of Management of Natural Resources Natural Area "Sanabria Lake Area" (Zamora) is approved.

Decree 7/2014, of 20 February, the Plan of Management of Natural Resources Natural Area "Babia and Luna" (Leon) is approved.

3. In addition, Decree 209/1995, of 5 October, Regulation of Environmental Impact Assessment of Castile and León approved repealing.

Final provision one. Supplementary application in the field of environmental impact assessment.

The terms relating to the environmental impact assessment of projects listed in the articles listed in 2.b) disposal section eight of Law 21/2013, of December 9, the environmental assessment will additionally apply to assessments environmental impact handled by the Community of Castile and Leon, they do not oppose or contradict the provisions of this Act or in the regional regulations.

Disposal second. Strategic Environmental Assessment.

1. In the territory of the Community of Castile and León, strategic environmental assessment of plans and programs for which the Law 21/2013, of December 9th, environmental assessment, which must be adopted or approved by concerns Administration of the Autonomous Community or local government shall be governed by the provisions of the said Act, subject to its application as primary legislation.

2. The environmental body in the region of Castilla y León to the effects of the strategic environmental assessment of plans and programs outlined in the previous paragraph, the competent counseling environment.

Disposal third. Environmental conditions of livestock enterprises.

The Castilla y León, by decree, on the initiative of the Ministry responsible for Livestock and the Ministry responsible for the environment, regulate the ambient conditions to be met by activities or livestock facilities, depending on their situation , capacity and other features.

Disposal fourth. Recast.

It authorizes the Junta de Castilla y León to develop and approve, within one year from the entry into force of this law, a revised text of the Law on Environmental Prevention of Castile and Leon. It incorporates the possibility of regularizing, clarifying and harmonizing the legal texts that are to be consolidated.

Disposal fifth. Entry into force.

This Law shall enter into force thirty days after its publication in the "Official Gazette of Castile and Leon".

Therefore, I command all citizens that this Act applies is the meet, and all the courts and the appropriate authorities to enforce.

Valladolid, October 14, 2014.-The President of the Junta of Castile and León, Juan Vicente Herrera Campo.

(Published in the "Official Gazette of Castile and Leon" number 200/2014, of October 17, 2014).