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Article 51 of the Building Standards Law

About review of city planning Council of Kanazawa City Building Standard Act Article 51 About review of reference standard with proviso permission

In Motoichi, we reviewed city planning Council's reference standards with the provisions of Article 51 of the Building Standards Law in order to respond to the expected increase in waste treatment facilities in the future.
Effective January 4, 2012.

What is the proviso permission of Article 51 of the Building Standards Law?

In the city planning area, the buildings in the table below cannot be newly built or expanded unless the location of the site is determined in the city planning.

(A) Wholesale market, crematorium or slaughterhouse, waste treatment plant, garbage incineration plant, and other treatment facilities specified by a Cabinet Order
(B) Waste treatment facilities with a daily processing capacity of 5 tons or more
(H) Industrial waste treatment facilities prescribed in Article 7, Items 1 to 13-2 of the Waste Management Law Enforcement Ordinance (sludge facilities, waste plastic crushing facilities, wood chips and debris crushing facilities, etc.)

However, with regard to (b), municipal city planning Council, prefectural and city governments's City Planning Council City Planning (c) was discussed. If the location is permitted as having no problem in city planning, these buildings can be newly built or expanded.
This is called the proviso permission of Article 51 of the Building Standards Law.

About review of City Planning Council Review

In order to ensure consistency with city planning,Council for Urban Planning in the Urbanization Adjustment Area in 2005 to anticipate the growing importance of waste treatment facilities in the future and to ensure consistency with city planning. Was.
In recent years, from a viewpoint of environmental protection and by setting a target value for waste materials's imports into waste treatment facilities and increase its processing capacity in recent years, and the number of waste treatment facilities planned will continue to increase in the future. Is expected to increase.
Under such circumstances, the current criteria for discussion are reviewed from the following three perspectives.

  1. It is assumed that the effectiveness has been improved.
  2. A new standard will be set for urbanized areas.
  3. Establish specific numerical standards for the environment such as noise, vibration, and greening.

We have formulated clear standards that ensure fairness and transparency.

Building Standard Act Article 51 The City Planning Council of Article 51 of the Building Standards Act (summary)

Summary of City Planning Council summary with Building Standard Act Article 51 proviso permission to establish in Motoichi is as follows.
The 68th Kanazawa City Planning Council (Proposal No. 321) held on November 2, 2011 deliberated and approved.

Overview

1. Standards of target facilities (processing facilities that fall under any of the following items)

  1. disposal of waste facilities listed in Article 5, Paragraph 1 of an Enforcement Ordinance on Treatment and Cleaning of waste materials
  2. Industrial waste treatment facilities listed in Article 7, Items 1 through 13-2 of the same order

2. Standards for the location of facilities

  1. In the case of an urbanized area
    B. Being an industrial area or an industrial area.
    (B) A distance of at least 100m from residential use districts (* 1), schools (* 2), Childcare Center and hospitals.
  2. In the case of an urbanization adjustment area
    (A) Villages (* 3), schools (* 2), Childcare Center, etc., and more than 100m away from hospitals.

3. Road standards

  1. Common urbanization area, urbanization adjustment area
    (A) The road in contact with the loading / unloading port must be at least 8m wide.
    (B) Do not significantly affect the living environment along the road that passes when carrying in or carrying out processed supplies to the target facility or the traffic on the road.

4. environment protection Standards

  1. In the case of an urbanized area
    We try for greening in i site.
  2. In the case of an urbanization adjustment area
    (B) Clear noise of 50 dB or less and vibration of 60 dB or less in the nearest private house (* 4).
    (B) Ensure at least 20% of the green area on the premises.

5. Standards for neighborhood explanations

  1. In the case of an urbanized area
    When the mayor judges that there is a possibility that it may affect the surrounding environment, in the area determined by the mayor, explain to the residents of the area, the owner of the land and the owner of the building, and fully understand the plan contents Is obtained.
  2. In the case of an urbanization adjustment area
    We explain to resident, land owner and owner of building within 500m in straight line distance from i site boundary line, and understanding of plan contents is enough.
    (B) This shall not apply when publicizing or information session) other laws and ordinances, and this does not apply when all areas specified in (a) are included.
    (C) In the area determined by the mayor, explain to the residents of the area, the owner of the land, and the owner of the building, and have a sufficient understanding of the plan.

6. Other

  1. Common urbanization area, urbanization adjustment area
    B. Thoroughly take measures to prevent pollution.
    (B) Permits and approvals of other laws and regulations shall be obtained.

Supplementary Provisions

  1. This standard will come into effect on January 4, 2012.

Explanation of each standard

Significance of terminology

The meanings of the terms in each section are as follows, as well as the examples of the Building Standards Law and the Building Standards Law Enforcement Order.

*1. "Residential use districts A type low-rise residential area, a second-class low-rise residential area, a first-class middle-high-rise residential area, a second-class middle-high-rise residential area, a first-class residential area, a second-class residential area, a semi-residential area
*2 "School" Schools under Article 1 of the School Education Act (elementary schools, junior high schools, high schools, secondary schools, universities, colleges of technology, special needs schools and kindergartens), and vocational schools and various schools referred to in the Act.
*3 "Village" Independently and integrally in light of natural conditions from the viewpoint of topography, terrain, features, features, etc., and the integrity of the use of facilities such as education, transportation, convenience, community, medical care, etc. related to the social life of local residents. It is recognized that it constitutes a daily living area, and is generally a series of 50 buildings.
*4 "The nearest private house" A house that is the shortest horizontal distance from the newly installed processing facility.

1. Standards for target facilities

It clarifies the target facilities. (Article 130-2-2 of the Building Standards Law Enforcement Order)
  • (1) About
    This does not apply if the expansion of the garbage disposal facility has the processing capacity within the range listed in Article 130-2-3, Paragraph 1, Item 5 of the Building Standards Law Enforcement Order.
  • (2) About
    This does not apply if the expansion of industrial waste treatment facilities has the processing capacity within the range listed in Article 130-2-3, Paragraph 1, Item 6 of the Building Standards Law Enforcement Order.

2. Standards for the location of facilities

  • It clarifies the location of the facility.
  • (1) In the case of an urbanized area
    Among industrial use districts does not allow construction in the semi-industrial area. The purpose is to avoid mixed housing and proximity to schools, Childcare Center, and hospitals. The distance from a residential area, school, Childcare Center must be at least 100m away from the site boundary of the target facility.
  • (2) In the case of an urbanization adjustment area
    Villages (* 3) are defined by the "Kanazawa City Development Examination Committee Proposal Standards", and are areas where more than 50 buildings are concentrated.
    Villages, schools, Childcare Center, nursing homes, etc., and the distance from the hospital site boundary to the site boundary of the target facility must be at least 100m away.

3. Road standards

  • It clarifies the loading and unloading routes to the site.
  • Common matters of urbanization area, urbanization adjustment area
    The facility is expected to be frequently imported by large vehicles, etc., so the road width in contact with the loading / unloading port is set at 8m or more. It is desirable to have a width of 8m or more for roadsides to facilities, but this does not apply if there is no problem in Traffic safety due to surrounding conditions. In addition, care must be taken not to have a significant impact on the roadside environment, and to ensure the convenience of automobile traffic on the road and the safety of pedestrians and bicycles.

4. environment protection Standards

  • This is a clarification of environment protection has been clarified.
  • (1) In the case of an urbanized area
    Although no numerical standards such as the green space ratio have been set, efforts must be made to secure as much green area as possible in consideration of the impact on the surrounding area.
  • (2) In the case of an urbanization adjustment area
    Standards are quantified to mitigate the impact on the surrounding environment, and measures must be taken to ensure that the measured values at the nearest private house (* 4) are less than 50 dB in noise and 60 dB in vibration. These numerical standards include noise and vibration regulations, We follow standard in first-class area (residential use districts based on Kanazawa-shi environment protection regulations. It takes into account the surrounding environment of the urbanization control area.
    The green area ratio is the ratio of the green area to the site area. In order to harmonize with the surrounding natural environment, it has been clarified that it is more than 20%, but efforts must be made to ensure that numerical standards are exceeded according to the situation around the site.

5. Standards for neighborhood explanations

  • It clarifies the criteria for explanation to the surroundings.
  • (1) In the case of an urbanized area
    When it is judged that the impact on the surrounding environment is large depending on the location of the site, import, export route, etc., explanations shall be given in the area determined by the mayor.
  • (2) In the case of an urbanization adjustment area
    Residents, land and building owners within 500m from the site boundary shall be explained and understood. We do not dare to mention the method of explanation, but we must report the method and results.
    Also, if an information session, based on other laws and ordinances, etc., does not need to be newly information session other laws and other laws and regulations. (A) If there is an area where no area specified in is covered, perform a separate information session is not covered.
    In addition, when it is judged that the impact on the surrounding area is large depending on the location of the site, import, export route, etc., explanations shall be given in areas determined by the mayor in addition to the area specified in a.

6. Other

  • Common matters of urbanization area, urbanization adjustment area
    In addition to noise and vibration, measures must be taken against pollution such as odor, dust and sewage.
    Permits and approvals based on related laws and regulations must be obtained.

Contact information

Urban Development Division-Urban Plan Department
Phone number: 076-220-2351
FAX number: 076-222-5119
[email protected]

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