Law Of 25 June 1999 On Orientation For The Planning And Development Of The Territory
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Law Of 25 June 1999 On Orientation For The Planning And Development Of The Territory

Law n ° 99-533 of June 25, 1999
Orientation law for the planning and sustainable development of the territory and amending the law n ° 95-115 of February 4, 1995 of orientation for the planning and development of the territory

Article 2

I. -modifies Chapter I of Title I of Law 95-115. II. -modifies Article 2 of Law 95-115. III. – No later than two years before the expiry of the State-regional planning contracts, the Government will submit to Parliament a bill relating to the strategic orientations of the planning and sustainable development policy of the national territory and defining the principles of territorialization public policies that contribute to it. This bill will allow a re-examination of strategic choices and the conditions for their implementation in collective service plans.

Article 3

In all legislative provisions, references to the national land use planning and development plan are replaced by references to collective service plans.

Article 6

Interregional spatial planning and development plans can be drawn up, at the initiative of the regions concerned, for territories which justify a global and concerted approach to their planning and development.

Drawn up in line with the regional land use planning and development plans provided for by article 34 of the aforementioned law n ° 83-8 of January 7, 1983, they are compatible with the collective service plans referred to in article 2 of the aforementioned law n ° 95-115 of February 4, 1995. Their implementation is ensured by agreements concluded between the regions concerned or between the State and them, in particular within the framework of State-region planning contracts.

Article 8

II. – Articles L. 4251-2 to L. 4251-4 of the same code are repealed.

Article 9

Chapter IV of Title I of the aforementioned Law No. 95-115 of 4 February 1995 is repealed.

Article 18

I. – Article 2 of Law No. 96-299 of April 10, 1996 relating to experiments in the field of information technologies and services is repealed.

II. – The three-year period provided for in article 6 of the aforementioned law n ° 96-299 of April 10, 1996 is increased to five years.

Article 27

 

In application of the State-regional plan contracts, the State and the region may conclude with the municipalities or groups of municipalities a city contract with which the department can be associated with regard to its competences and by which the contractors commit. to implement in a concerted manner policies of inclusive development and urban requalification.

City contracts can be concluded within the framework of agglomerations or countries. In this case, they constitute the “social and territorial cohesion” section of the specific contracts provided for in Articles 25 and 26.

Article 30
Modified by Law 2000-321 2000-04-12 art. 28 II jorf April 13, 2000.

 

I. – II. – III. – IV. – In order to promote the development of public service houses provided for by article 27 of law n ° 2000-321 of April 12, 2000 relating to the rights of citizens in their relations with the administrations or when local authorities provide their assistance by agreement for the operation of public services, the State reimburses the local authorities concerned all or part of the remuneration and direct or indirect charges related to the provision of staff and premises, when these public services are located in revitalization areas rural or in sensitive urban areas.

Article 34

The Government will present, within one year from the promulgation of this law, a report studying the possibility of setting up regional funds for employment and development.

Article 35

 Article 39 of the aforementioned law n ° 95-115 of February 4, 1995 is repealed.

Article 36

I. – II. – Within six months of the promulgation of this law, the Government will propose, within the framework of a draft law of orientation for the overseas departments, provisions aimed at adapting it to the specificities of each overseas department. This project will in particular supplement the measures provided for by this law in favor of the French outermost regions with a view to guaranteeing their economic and cultural development.

It will contribute to ensuring the inhabitants of the French outermost regions living conditions equivalent to those prevailing in other parts of the territory.

III. 

Article 38

Article 86 of the aforementioned law n ° 95-115 of February 4, 1995 is repealed.

Article 49

The expansion committees and the economic development agencies, associations of the law of July 1, 1901, created on the initiative of the local authorities, as well as the employment basin committees can assist the local authorities in the development and the implementation of their economic development strategies.

Jacques Chirac 
By the President of the Republic:
The Prime Minister,

Lionel jospin

The Minister of Employment and Solidarity,

Martine Aubry

The Minister of National Education,

research and technology,

Claude Allegre

The minister of the Interior,

Jean-Pierre Chevènement

The Minister of the Economy,

finance and industry,

Dominique Strauss-Kahn

The Minister of Equipment,

transport and housing,

Jean-Claude Gayssot

The Minister of Culture and Communication,

Catherine trautmann

The Minister of Agriculture and Fisheries,

Jean Glavany

The Minister of Regional Planning

and the environment,

Dominique voynet

The Minister of the Civil Service,

state reform and decentralization,

Emile Zuccarelli

The Minister of Youth and Sports,

Marie-George Buffet

The Secretary of State for Overseas,

Jean-Jack Queyranne

(1) Preparatory work: law n ° 99-533.

National Assembly :

Bill n ° 107;

Report by Mr. Philippe Duron, on behalf of the production committee, n ° 1288;

Discussion on January 19, 20, 21, 26, 27, 1999, February 2 and 3, 1999 and adoption, after declaration of emergency, on February 9, 1999.

Senate:

Bill, adopted by the National Assembly, n ° 203 (1998-1999);

Report by MM. Gérard Larcher, Claude Belot and Charles Revet, on behalf of the special commission, n ° 272 (1998-1999);

Discussion on March 23, 24, 25, 30, 31 and April 6, 1999 and adoption on April 6, 1999.

National Assembly :

Bill, modified by the Senate, n ° 1527 corrected;

Report by Mr. Philippe Duron, on behalf of the joint committee, n ° 1528;

Senate:

Report by Mr. Gérard Larcher, on behalf of the joint committee, n ° 298.

National Assembly :

Bill, modified by the Senate, n ° 1527 corrected;

Report by Mr. Philippe Duron, on behalf of the production committee, n ° 1562;

Discussion on May 5 and 6, 1999 and adoption on May 11, 1999.

Senate:

Bill, adopted by the National Assembly in new reading, n ° 347 (1998-1999);

Report by MM. Gérard Larcher, Claude Belot and Charles Revet, on behalf of the special commission, n ° 373 (1998-1999);

Discussion on May 25 and 26, 1999 and adoption on May 26, 1999.

National Assembly :

Bill, amended by the Senate on new reading, n ° 1640;

Report by Mr. Philippe Duron, on behalf of the production committee, n ° 1647;

Discussion and adoption on June 16, 1999.

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