Change of use in horizontal property
Decree 2114/1968, of July 24, 1968, approving the Regulations for the application of the Law on Officially Protected Housing, rewritten text approved by Decrees 2131/1963, of July 24, and 3964/1964, of December 3, 1964.
Having approved the revised text of the Law on Officially Protected Housing by Decrees two thousand one hundred and thirty-one/thousand nine hundred and sixty-three of July twenty-fourth, and three thousand nine hundred and sixty-four/thousand nine hundred and sixty-four, of December third (rectified), it is necessary to issue the Regulations for its application.
By virtue thereof, at the proposal of the Minister of Housing, in substantial conformity with the opinion of the Council of State and after deliberation of the Council of Ministers at its meeting of June fourteenth, nineteen hundred and sixty, it is necessary to issue the Regulations for their application.
The regime of official protection for the construction of housing, the use, conservation and exploitation thereof, is regulated by the prescriptions of the rewritten text of the Legislation on Official Protection Housing, approved by Decree 2131/1963, of July 24, modified by Decree 3964/1964, of December 3 (hereinafter referred to as the Law on Official Protection Housing), in compliance with the final provision of the Law of December 23, 1961, and by those contained in these Regulations.
Transforming an office into a dwelling
After the entry into force of Decree-Law 2/2020, of March 9, these occupancy licenses are processed by the responsible declaration procedure, and therefore do not require express authorization and are subject to subsequent control.
In premises without a defined use, the presentation of the responsible declaration will have the exclusive effect of contracting supplies, although no use or activity may be incorporated in the premises, such as storage, furniture storage, garage, etc., nor may any work be carried out until the required Urban Development License is obtained or the Responsible Declaration is presented, and compliance with the Urban Development Regulations of the General Plan in force and the applicable Sector Regulations must be accredited.
The building in which the dwelling or premises is located must have complied with the obligation to present the ITE, and in its case must be accredited, in the ITE file, the execution of the works indicated in the same one. Consult the situation of the ITE with respect to the building.
License for change of use
Approved in December 2014 but with an effective date of July 2015, the ITC-BT-52 exists, like any standard, to have an installation guide and all installers and engineers execute the works and projects with the same decisions in order to ensure that nothing fails.
We assume that the purpose of the standard serves as an installation guide and all installers and engineers can execute the work and projects with the same decisions and to ensure that nothing fails.siguiente to know in what type of facilities need electrical project.
Before going into the ITC-BT-52 itself, the Royal Decree approves several provisions. One of them is the Second Final Provision, which slightly modifies ITC-BT-04. Specifically, this section defines which installations require a project, signed by an engineer and properly endorsed. That is to say, if someone wants to put an outdoor charging point of more than 10 kW, he will need a project from an engineer. If someone wants to put anywhere charging points totaling more than 50 kW, they will need an engineer’s project. If someone wants to install a Mode 4 charger, whatever its power, he will need an engineer’s project. Reason, the difference between a simpler installation of a mode 3, in terms of energy delivery to the vehicle, compared to that of a mode 4 is that it makes the conversion from alternating current to direct current in the same equipment where the user operates for recharging and located on the street within reach of any passerby.
A garage can be converted to commercial premises
The existing garage floor is likely to be strong enough for general domestic use, but may need to be upgraded to ensure it is adequate in terms of waterproofing and thermal insulation. It may also be desirable to change the floor level to match the levels of the existing dwelling.
Thermal insulation may be required and can be placed on top of the membrane (if a liquid membrane is used, care should be taken to ensure that the two materials do not react with each other; a separation layer may be required). The exact details will vary depending on the products used.
The floor may be finished with a layer of screed or a wood covering (“floating floor”), the exact specifications of which will depend on the insulating material used underneath. The screed is likely to be about 75 mm thick and include a reinforcing mesh to prevent cracking.
As part of the garage conversion, the original garage door is likely to be infilled with a new wall and possibly a window or door. Since the existing garage foundation is likely to be non-traditional (probably a shallow slab), a new foundation may be needed for the new wall. The existing foundation can be checked by digging next to it all the way to the bottom.