Law “right to error and simplification” : the Unsfa reacts on the Permit to




While the draft law on the right to the error and the simplification might be presented on Wednesday 26 July 2017 by the Council of ministers, the Unsfa held to report that it “was quite favourable to the enlargement of the fields of experimentation of the Permit.” This corresponds to the union of the architects, “the spirit of the Law CASL”.
While the draft law on the right to the error and the simplification could be introduced to this, Wednesday, 26 July 2017, by the Council of ministers, the union of architects, the Unsfa held to react Monday on the Permit.

 

This text, which Batiactu has bought a copy last Friday, provides for extension of the Permit. As noted above, article 21 of the bill empowers the Government to take, by way of an order, “measures establishing a permission for the owners of buildings to waive certain rules of construction that the order will specify, subject to proof of the achievement of results equivalent to the rules from which it is derogated”. The public authorities intend to extend the fields of application of this measure stemming from the law CASL in July 2016, which is estimated for the moment that a “fifty buildings”.

 

When questioned on this subject, by Batiactu, July 24, 2017, Marie-Françoise Manner, the former president of the Unsfa, and today in charge of institutional relations believes “that the Unsfa is quite favourable to the enlargement of the fields of experimentation of the Permit, which corresponds to the spirit of the Law CASL.”

 

The architects in anticipation of a second decree which will be published soon
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“We hope that a second decree will soon be issued to establish new fields of derogation, for example on the re-use of materials, use of natural resources, energy performance, acoustic characteristics, earthquake regulations; etc., specifying the objectives to be achieved and not the means to get there,” continued Marie-Françoise Manner.

 

Interviewed by Batiactu on Monday 24 July, the Order of the architects did not want to respond for the moment.




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