PBL (2010:900) och vår kulturhistoriska bebyggelse
PBL (2010:900) and our cultural heritage buildings
The management of our built heritage is controlled in Miljöbalken, Kulturminneslagen and Plan- och bygglagen (PBL). The majority of the buildings are however controlled by the PBL and as of May 2, 2011, there is a revised PBL, PBL (2010:900). The purpose with the new PBL was to simplify and improve the planning and construction process and to strengthen the control of construction and to integrate climate and environmental aspects of the planning process Based on our historically valuable buildings the first part of the thesis aims to analyze and investigate how the work to revise and renew the PBL was done. The first part of the thesis also aims to investigate if the revised PBL has resulted in any new positions or consequences for the management of our built heritage. This is done by investigating and analyzing preparatory and legislative work concerning the revised PBL. The intention in the second part of the thesis is to link the theoretical part with the practical part by showing examples of how the law (PBL) is used in current planning and building work in our municipalities. This is done through two case studies, one demolition case in the municipality of Tanum and one planning process case in the municipality of Sotenäs.
Examensarbete för avläggande av filosofie masterexamen i Kulturvård,15 hp Institutionen för kulturvård Göteborgs universitet 2014:24