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Forestry Act Article 10-2 (Permission for Development Acts)

Followings are applicable when procedures based on laws or ordinances, etc. are required.
Name of laws and regulations Forestry Act Article 10-2 (Permission for Development Acts)
(The timing of procedures)
Prior to commencement of development acts.
(Procedure Targets)
Those who develop over 1 ha of private-owned forests subject to the area forestry plan.
To submit a woodland development application listed with the location of the forest pertaining to the development acts, the land area size, and purposes of the development, etc., with a location map, an area map and below listed documents.
・Guidance of Development Application based on Forestry Act (In Tochigi Prefecture Forestry Development Section website)
1. Planning for development acts
2, Documents certifying that considerable number of consent are obtained with beneficiaries
3. Registered items certificate, etc. for the person intend to be permitted
・Woodland Development Application (pdf) Download
If unable to download, it is available at the prefectural hall citizen plaza or regional government office Co-op shop for 170 yen a copy.
(Procedure Office)
Each Environment Forestry Office (Forestry Control Office), Forestry Development Section
In Utsunomiya, Tochigi, Nikko, Otawara, Yaita, Nasushiobara, Nasukarasuyama, Mibu, Nogi, Nasu, and Nakagawa, supervisory section of the relevant municipality.
(Examination Contents)
・No possibility of causing disasters
・No possibility of causing flooding
・No possibility of causing a substantial difficulties for securing water
・No possibility of causing a substantial deteriorations for environment.
Examines securing forest ratio, forest width, etc.
Flow of Procedures
Processing Period Office Authority Application: Total 60 days
Head Office Authority Application: Total 80 days
Contact for Inquiries Tochigi Prefecture Department of Industry, Labor and Tourism, International Section 
TEL: 028-623-2194 
FAX: 028-623-2199

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