Netherlands

Crisis and Recovery Act

Legislative
Law
Passed in 2010
This bill was introduced in March 2010 to promote economic recovery after the financial crisis. Its main instruments focus on accelerating decision-making processes and administrative court proceedings on various activities beneficial to economic growth and employment, especially in sustainability, green energy and innovation. These include construction of housing, wind farms, small scale wind turbines, as well as innovative energy neutral floating ‘eco-home' and others. One of the core objectives of the Act is to ensure that court proceedings against any decision implementing a project mentioned in the Annexes are conducted as efficiently and swiftly as possible, thus promoting an earlier realisation of the relevant projects.

Documents
from the Grantham Research Institute
from the Grantham Research Institute
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