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In compliance with the application about the intended activity the Environment State Bureau shall decide on the necessity to perform the environmental impact assessment.
The initiator shall submit a written request to the Environment State Bureau about development of programme not earlier than the notice about the initial discussion is published in accordance with Sub-paragraph 22.1 of the Cabinet Regulation No 18 of 13 January 2015 “Procedures for Assessment of the Environmental Impact from the Intended Activity and Acceptance of the Intended Activity”.
In accordance with Paragraph 30 of the Cabinet Regulation No 18 of 13 January 2015 “Procedures for Assessment of the Environmental Impact from the Intended Activity and Acceptance of the Intended Activity” within 30 days upon the receipt of the request as referred to in Paragraph 29 of these regulations, the Environment State Bureau shall develop a programme including requirements and provisions related to the environmental protection as well as a totality of researches and organizational measures necessary for further performance of impact assessment, and containing requirements for development of environmental impact assessment report.
Within 60 days upon the receipt of the activity initiator’s environmental impact assessment report in compliance with Section 6.1, Paragraph four of the Law on Environmental Impact Assessment the Environment State Bureau shall issue an opinion about the report.
If for the implementation of the intended activity in accordance with the Law On Specially Protected Nature Territories it is necessary to obtain an opinion from the European Commission, the Environment State Bureau shall provide the opinion within 45 days after receipt of the European Commission opinion in compliance with Section 6.1, Paragraph five of the Law on Environmental Impact Assessment.