Proposal of the law on unappreciated land sent to the second parliamentary reading

first_imgThe Government of the Republic of Croatia sent the Draft Law on Unrated Construction Land to the second parliamentary reading. It is also regulated that the content of the lease agreement in the camp on the tourist land will be prescribed by a decree, and the procedure for the implementation of the study, which has been simplified, is more precisely prescribed. With an important change, the Minister also pointed out that it is unequivocally prescribed that in the case of further construction in that camp, a building permit can be obtained for the area of ​​the existing camp and in the case when the spatial plan in that area envisages some other purpose. to obtain building permits for the camp. “We are actively working despite the situation with the coronavirus. The draft law on unrated construction land was sent to the second parliamentary reading. This law is absolutely necessary and will be enforceable, high quality, fair and reform. We analyzed all the proposals made in the first reading and held a series of meetings. We put the emphasis on the concepts of tourist resort and buildings and hotel building plots. The law will resolve long-standing property and legal relations and regulate the status of land that is exempt from conversion and privatization and that tourist companies have used for 20 years free of charge.”Banožić pointed out. Banožić singled out a better definition of the terms of the building plot of a hotel, tourist resort and buildings, which are of great importance for the regulation of property relations and law enforcement, and the final proposal extended the deadline for the preparation of geodetic studies.center_img In the case of an administrative dispute, the administrative court has jurisdiction to independently determine the facts and other procedures, and companies that have missed the deadline for submitting applications for concessions for tourist land under the old law are allowed to initiate proceedings to resolve property relations under the new the law. Minister of State Property Mario Banožić emphasized its importance for investment activity, especially in tourism and camps, and reminded that there are 76 camps in Croatia today, with an area of ​​more than 14 million square meters. These camps were subject to the transformation of social enterprises during which the facilities were estimated, but not more than 6 million square meters of tourist land around them. Source: Ministry of State Propertylast_img read more

Long snatches draw for Saints

first_img Tadic scooped over the bar in first-half injury time before a blistering start to the second period put the Magpies in front. First Maya Yoshida should have grabbed a second for Saints when his effort from close-range somehow ricocheted to safety off the out-stretched leg of a diving Krul. And the hosts seized their second chance by pouring straight up to the other end where Gabriel Obertan crossed from the right for Wijnaldum to power past Stekelenburg. The goal gave Newcastle some semblance of control although their momentum was hit when Vurnon Anita was stretchered off just past the hour-mark after falling awkwardly following a fair challenge from Mane. And new striker Aleksandar Mitrovic certainly made an impression when he was booked for a scything challenge on Matt Targett less than a minute after coming on to replace Cisse 15 minutes from time. Saints capitalised when Long rose above another static home rearguard to head his side’s second from an inch-perfect Tadic cross – but they will leave the north-east disappointed after Mane’s two near-misses at the end. TWEET OF THE MATCH “Good Luck for the Boys! #NEWSOU. Total confidence in the Staff and Players! #WeMarchOn” Injured Southampton boss Ronald Koeman (@RonaldKoeman) was feeling positive about the match https://twitter.com/RonaldKoeman/status/630326373018673152 PLAYER RATINGS Newcastle: Tim Krul: 7 (out of 10) Fabricio Coloccini: 7 Jack Colback: 7 Gini Wijnaldum: 8 Moussa Sissoko: 6 Vurnon Anita: 6 Papiss Cisse: 7 Gabriel Obertan: 6 Chancel Mbemba: 5 Massadio Haidara: 7 Daryl Janmaat: 6 Subs: Cheick Tiote: 6 Aleksandar Mitrovic: 6 Siem De Jong: 6 Southampton: Maarten Stekelenburg: 6 Cedric Soares: 7 Maya Yoshida: 7 Jose Fonte: 7 Steven Davis: 8 Jay Rodriguez: 6 Sadio Mane: 6 Dusan Tadic: 8 Victor Wanyama: 6 Graziano Pelle: 7 Matt Targett: 6 Subs: Cuco Martina: 6 Shane Long: 7 STAR PLAYER: Gini Wijnaldum: The Newcastle new boy was a solid presence throughout, marshalling the Magpies’ midfield and exuding plenty of promise for the season ahead. His goal – a powerful header from Gabriel Obertan’s 48th minute cross – was everything he deserved for an impressive performance. MOMENT OF THE MATCH The game turned on its head in a spectacular 30-minute spell early in the second half. First Tim Krul somehow managed to save Maya Yoshida’s point-blank effort – then the Magpies streamed upfield where Obertan crossed for Wijnaldum to put the hosts in front. VIEW FROM THE BENCH McClaren will have been quietly encouraged by his side’s sense of urgency – and in particular Wijnaldum’s impressive debut. For Saints assistant Erwin Koeman – replacing his injured brother Ronald – delight at getting back in the match will have been tempered by Mane’s two late misses. MOAN OF THE MATCH There was no disputing Newcastle striker Aleksandar Mitrovic was keen to make an immediate impression on his debut. But his scything challenge on Matt Targett which earned him a yellow card less than a minute after replacing Papiss Cisse in the 75th minute was wholly unnecessary. WHO’S UP NEXT? Swansea v Newcastle (Premier League, Saturday 15 August) Southampton v Everton (Premier League, Saturday 15 August) And it could have been worse for McClaren who watched Saints striker Sadio Mane miss two glorious chances to win it in the dying seconds. First Mane saw a shot blocked by Jack Colback and deep into injury time another clear effort drifted inches wide of the beaten Tim Krul’s right-hand post. Wijnaldum will have impressed McClaren from the start, whipping in a dangerous second-minute free-kick then missing another golden opportunity when his shot was headed clear by Steven Davis. The visitors, bossed for the day by Erwin Koeman with brother Ronald at home nursing an Achilles injury, started slowly with Tim Krul saving their best early chance from new signing Cedric Soares. But they snatched the lead in the 25th minute when the impressive Cedric crossed from deep on the right and Pelle out-jumped the somewhat static Chancel Mbemba to power his header past Krul. Saints survived a second handball shout on the half-hour after Cisse spurned a fine opportunity to level for Newcastle, then Rodriguez almost marked his return with a second for Saints as he sent a looping header just over. Davis came to Saints’ rescue once again in the 37th minute when he booted a Fabricio Coloccini effort off the line, but Newcastle’s increased momentum brought them a deserved equaliser three minutes before the break. There was an element of good fortune about the goal, with Massadio Haidara’s cross taking a big deflection off Mane and catching out keeper Maarten Stekelenburg, allowing Cisse to bundle home from point-blank range. Southampton substitute Shane Long headed a late equaliser to deny Steve McClaren a winning Barclays Premier League start in charge of Newcastle. Goals from Papiss Cisse and new boy Gini Wijnaldum had put the Magpies in command after Graziano Pelle’s 24th-minute opener for the visitors at St James’ Park. But Long – a 65th-minute replacement for Jay Rodriguez, who was making his first top-flight appearance since April 2014 – rose to power home a cross from the Dusan Tadic with 11 minutes to go to ensure a 2-2 draw. Press Associationlast_img read more