State of Risks and Pollution
The state of risks and pollution indicates many risks to future buyers ans tenants. The noise exposure plan included in the statement of risks and pollution is mandatory when selling or renting a property.
Why Provide a State of Risks and Pollutions?
The geographical location of a built or unbuilt property, for sale or rent, may expose the property itself and the people who occupy it to various risks listed by the prefectural decree of the municipality where the property is located. These various risks are also the subject of regulated documents and graphics that it is essential to consult before buying a property: the State of Risks and Pollutions.
What types of risks does it include?
The purpose of the risk and pollution report, carried out by certified real estate diagnosticians, is to protect against any litigation in the event of sale or rental. It includes several sections to be filled in, three of which relate to the possible existence of plans for the prevention of natural, mining and technological risks. It is valid for six months.
As for the other risks mentioned, they are related to the commune’s classification in terms of seismic zoning and regulatory zoning for radon potential, as well as to the potential presence of polluted soils resulting in the existence of a SIS, a soil information sector.
Noise Exposure Plan – Restrictive Areas
What is the purpose of the noise exposure plan?
It allows for the organization of urbanization around airports. The aim is to avoid exposing new populations to noise pollution from aircraft while preserving the airport economy. There are 4 zones according to the degree of nuisance:
Zone A: Very strong discomfort
Zone B: Strong discomfort
Zone C: Moderate discomfort
Zone D: Low discomfort
A zones, the most restrictive
In the A zones, only the housing necessary for the aeronautical activity or linked to it is authorized, as well as functional housing necessary for the industrial or commercial activities admitted in the zone or constructions directly linked or necessary to the agricultural activity, provided that they are in an already urbanized zone.
D zones, all constructions authorized
All constructions are authorized subject to special rules of acoustic insulation. In all zones and when they are authorized, the constructions must respect these rules of acoustic insulation.