Land use plan (zone prohibition)

Land use plan (zone prohibition)

This LAP refers to the land use plan and analyses the legal requirements for storing hydrogen (including potential zone prohibition), identifies the authority responsible for delivering the land use permit, gives an estimate of the time needed to change the land use plan, and finally highlights if the permit process is uniform throughout the country.
 
a - What are the main regulations/requirements regarding land use plans for storing hydrogen (e.g. permitting regime, agreement)?
b - Are there specific requirements or zone prohibitions for storing hydrogen in the land use plans?
Which is the authority responsible for delivering the land use permit ?
Is there a uniform permit process at local level throughout a country? (uniform interpretation?)
If needed, what is required and how much time does it take to change the land use plan?
Is it a barrier? Yes
Type of Barrier Operational barriers
Assessment Severity
1
Assessment This is a potential barrier because storage of hydrogen needs physical space (upfront is known how much).

If the permit takes too much time it can be dangerous for the business, it happens now and then that such projects fail.
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This map depicts the severity of this barrier across the HyLaw Partner countries.
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