If you want to build something near the water or a dike in the Netherlands, you might need a water permit to do so. For many people, it can be quite an ordeal to find out which papers they need before they can start working on a certain location. This often leads to a wrong request, or people may just decide to start working without a permit. If worst comes to worst, the water board will then point out that they have to dismantle their newly-constructed jetty. The Stichtse Rijnlanden water board wanted to avoid this kind of red tape and consulted Geodan.
Quickly apply for a permit at Stichtse Rijnlanden
Do you live in Utrecht or surroundings? And do you want to build a jetty or extend your house on the water? It’s possible that you need to apply for a permit at water authority Stichtse Rijnlanden of the municipality. The Legal Rule Engine gives you an easy way to find out if you can get started with your building plans.