REGIONAL PLANS FOR AIR QUALITY
LexInter | January 31, 2003 | 0 Comments

REGIONAL PLANS FOR AIR QUALITY

Article L222-1
(Law n ° 2002-92 of January 22, 2002 art. 24 I Official Journal of January 23, 2002)

(Law n ° 2002-276 of February 27, 2002 art. 109 I a Official Journal of February 28, 2002)
The president of the regional council, draws up a regional plan for air quality which sets guidelines making it possible, to achieve the air quality objectives mentioned in Article L. 221-1, to prevent or reduce the air pollution or mitigate its effects. State services are involved in its development. The regional council collects the opinion of the massif committee for the areas where the Alpine convention applies. This plan also sets air quality objectives specific to certain areas when the needs for their protection justify it.
To these ends, the regional air quality plan is based on an inventory of emissions and an assessment of air quality and its effects on public health and the environment.
In Corsica, the regional air quality plan is drawn up by the chairman of the executive council. State services are involved in its development.

Article L222-2
 

( Law n ° 2002-92 of January 22, 2002 art. 24 II Official Journal of January 23, 2002) (Law n ° 2002-276 of February 27, 2002 art. 109 I b, c Official Journal of February 28, 2002)
The regional environment committee, the departmental hygiene councils and the representatives of the approved organizations provided for in Article L. 221-3 are involved in the development of the regional air quality plan.
The draft plan is made available to the public for consultation. It is sent for opinion to the municipalities, to the public establishments of inter-municipal cooperation and to the mixed unions competent for the development of a territorial coherence plan, to the municipalities where there is an urban travel plan or an atmosphere protection plan. , as well as to the competent authorities for the organization of urban transport and to the general councils. After possible modifications in order to take into account the observations of the public and the opinions of the consulted communities, it is adopted by deliberation of the regional council or, in Corsica, by deliberation of the
At the end of a five-year period, the plan is evaluated and revised, if necessary, if the air quality objectives have not been met.
The plan is then modified according to the objective elements of the five-year report and the updating of scientific and health data.
In the Ile-de-France region, the mayor of Paris is involved in the development and revision of the plan.

Article L222-3
 

(Law n ° 2002-276 of February 27, 2002 art. 109 I d Official Journal of February 28, 2002)

A decree in the Council of State fixes the modalities of application of this section, in particular the conditions under which the representative of the State in the region draws up or revises the regional plan for air quality, when, after having was invited to do so, the regional council or, in Corsica, the Corsican Assembly, did not adopt it within eighteen months.

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