Type of intervention: EXTENSION of existing buildings Residential House Plan
+ 20% for single-family types for a maximum increase of 70 square meters.
+ 20% for buildings intended for structures providing social assistance services as per Regional Law 41/2003 for a maximum increase of 200 square meters.
+ 35% up to a maximum of 90 square meters, for buildings falling in the seismic zone 1 or in the seismic sub-zone 2a or 2b, (Resolution GR 22 May 2009, n. 387).
+ 25% up to a maximum of 80 square meters for buildings falling into seismic sub-zone 3a or seismic sub-zone 3b, (Resolution GR no. 387/2009).
+ 10% in case of use of technologies that foresee the use of renewable energy sources with a power of not less than 1 kW.
Mixed composition buildings (residential + non-residential)
+ 20% for a maximum total increase of 70 square meters of surface for the residential + 20% up to a maximum of 200 square meters for the non-residential NB Interventions on residential and mixed composition buildings must be carried out in compliance with the national legislation on energy performance.
+ 20% for a maximum increase of 200 square meters of surface for the entire building (+ 25% up to a maximum of 500 square meters for production and crafts) + 10% in case of use of technologies that require the use of renewable energy sources with power not less than 1 kW NB
The interventions must be carried out in compliance with the national legislation on energy performance. The intended use must be maintained for at least 5 years. The increase of the real estate units is allowed.
Type of intervention: DEMOLITION and RECONSTRUCTION OF THE HOUSE
Residential + 35% for residential buildings for at least 50% + 60% for multi-family residential buildings over 500 square meters in a state of decay, provided that at least the previous number of property units owned by the owners is maintained + 20% cubic capacity of existing residential buildings falling within the homogeneous territorial areas, with the exception of those built before 1950 + 10% in the case of in course of design.
Non-residential: + 35% and in any case not max to 350 square meters for mainly non-residential buildings on condition that the intended use provided for by the urban planning instruments is respected in the reconstruction + 10% in the event of a design competition.
NB The buildings are rebuilt in compliance with the anti-seismic legislation. The interventions must be carried out in compliance with the national legislation on energy efficiency (10% reduction).
In the municipalities that are recipients of the Rental Fund, the intervention, if aimed at the construction of new real estate units, is also subject to the obligation to allocate 25% of the additional units to rent at an agreed rate.
Type of intervention: URBAN REDEVELOPMENT, CHANGE DESTINATION OF USE HOUSE FLOOR
Integrated urban redevelopment programs: aimed at the renewal of the building stock and the reorganization of the urban fabric, through building replacement interventions, also with volumetric increases and changes in the intended use of areas and buildings;
Integrated environmental redevelopment programs: aimed at the recovery and redevelopment of areas subjected to environmental and landscape constraints compromised by environmental degradation.
Increases for integrated programs: no max 75% of the volumes demolished The maximum increase can reach 150% of the volumes demolished only for the areas and buildings falling within the buffer zones of the maritime coastal territory.
Change destinations of use
- changes in the residential use of the sup. gross existing up to a maximum of 15,000 square meters of gross area + 30% of the same.
- Buildings used as health facilities that cease to operate: change of intended use of the sup. gross existing up to a maximum of 15,000 square meters of + 30% of the same.
- Free non-residential areas in the context of plans or implementation programs (public or private) even if lapsed: construction of residential properties up to a maximum of 10,000 square meters of GALL and in any case not beyond the non-residential surface provided for by the plan.
- + 10% of the entire volume of the same floor is proportionally distributed.
The interventions are subject to reserve a portion of the total area subject to transformation to controlled lease:
- + 30% of surface area for buildings up to 10,000 square meters;
- + 35% of surface area for buildings greater than 10,000 square meters;
The controlled lease is not required but the payment of an amount equal to 20% of the cadastral value or the construction of public works, if:
- the building is less than 500 square meters;
- the intervention is located in a municipality with a population of less than 15,000 inhabitants;
- the building is included within a recovery plan referred to in LR 28/1980;
Also envisaged a discipline for the recovery interventions. Qualifying title
- DIA for expansion, recovery, seismic adaptation, change of intended use with controlled lease, demolition and reconstruction.
- Building permit for interventions to change the intended use from non-residential to residential, demolition and reconstruction with an existing usable area of more than 500 square meters, the obtainment of which is subject to the outcome of a specific conference of services, convened within 90 days of submitting the permit application.
- Municipalities may decide by 31 December 2011 to reduce urbanization costs for interventions on the first houses.
- Municipalities can reduce construction costs by up to 30%.
- Applications for the issuance of permits for extension interventions can be submitted from 15 September 2011 to 31 January 2015.
- Applications for the issuance of authorizations for interventions to change the intended use from non-residential to residential, demolition and reconstruction and recovery of existing buildings can be submitted from January 31, 2012.
- THESE LIMITS HAVE BEEN EXTENDED AND SO AS OF TODAY 23/05/2017 THEY ARE STILL IN FORCE
Limits of application of the law
The interventions cannot be carried out with the house plan:
- on buildings located in areas identified as historic urban settlements by the regional landscape plan (PTPR);
- protected areas with the exclusion of the areas of economic and social promotion identified in the planning plans of the protected natural areas in force.
- areas subject to absolute non-building restrictions.
- very high-risk areas.
- areas with urban destinations relating to strategic aspects or to the system of mobility, infrastructures, general public services.
- buffer zones for the public, railway, hygienic-sanitary, and technological roads.
- illegal buildings.
- farmhouses and rural complexes, although not bound by the PTPR, which were built before 1930.
For buildings located in areas subject to landscape restrictions and for restricted properties, interventions are allowed with prior authorization from the administration responsible for the protection of the restriction.