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法規名稱(Title) Tainan City Self-Government Ordinance for the Revitalization of Historic Street Districts Ch
公發布日(Date) 2012.07.11
法規沿革(Legislative) Promulgated on July 11, 2012.
法規內文(Content) Article 1 This self-government ordinance is formulated by Tainan City (hereinafter referred to as “the City”) for the purposes of properly preserving traditional building clusters within historic street districts along with the style and features of their surrounding environs, promoting the renovation of historic street districts, and activating historic cultural spaces, so as to revitalize local arts and culture and reinvigorate local industry and economy.
 
Article 2  The Competent Authority of this self-government ordinance is Tainan City Government Cultural Affairs Bureau.
 
Article 3 The Competent Authority shall endeavor, from a sustainable and forward-looking viewpoint, to form cultural environments and develop cultural industries upon the history, culture and distinctive features of the City’s historic street districts.
 
Article 4 Terms used in this self-government ordinance are defined as follows:
  1. Historic street district: Means a street recognized by the Competent Authority as possessing historic or cultural significance or an environment formed by a cluster of buildings that combines history and culture and has conservation and renewal worth.
  2. Historic old house: Means a building that is located in a historic street district or its periphery, possesses historic or cultural significance, and has conservation and renewal worth.
  3. Historic street district revitalization action plan (hereinafter referred to as a “Revitalization Plan”): Means an action plan mapped out according to the historic, cultural and other features of a historic street district site.
 
Article 5  The Competent Authority may set up a Tainan City Historic Street District Revitalization Committee (hereinafter referred to as “the Committee”) for deliberating on historic street district survey research, revitalization action plans, rewards, subsidies, disputes, major violations of law, and other matters.
 
Article 6 The Competent Authority may put forward a proposal, formed under its own authority or received from an individual, of a historic street district with conservation features, and after this has been considered and approved by the Committee, make public announcement thereof.
The information in the proposal as referred to in the preceding paragraph shall include the following matters:
  1. The scope of the historic street district: Boundaries should be shown by topographical overlay and cadastral map. If the site is within an urban planning district, it should be shown by overlay on the urban planning map; if it is within a non-urban planning district, it should be shown by overlay on a non-urban land use zoning map and with indication of the land use classification.
  2. Identification of historic old buildings and indication of their cadastral boundaries.
  3. For historic old buildings that are not situated in a historic street district but possess substantial historic or cultural conservation and renewal worth, their identification, indication, and account of conservation and renewal work.
  4. Determination of the worth of cultural, artistic or other historic style or features that should be preserved.
  5. Proposal of revitalization action plan principles.
  6. Where situated within an urban planning district, should set out suggested changes to the detailed plan of the urban plan; where situated in a non-urban planning district, should set out suggested changes to the non-urban land use controls.
  7. Other matters that assist identification as a historic street district.
 
Article 7 Before the demarcation of a historic street district is publicly announced, the Competent Authority shallhold a public hearing, to listen to the opinions of people residing within the boundaries of the district.
 
Article 8 Where a historic street district is publicly announced in accordance with the provisions of Article 6 Paragraph1, the Competent Authority shall draw up a Revitalization Plan; when necessary, it may entrust this to the local district office.
                  The content of a Revitalization Plan as referred to in the preceding paragraph shall include as follows:
  1. The setting of amounts of rewards and subsidies.
  2. The execution or improvement of public spaces and the environmental landscape of the historic street district or historic old houses.
  3. The design content of advertising signs, doorplates, or other street furniture in the historic street district.
  4. The design specifications for the form, material quality, color scheme, etc., of planned roads or existing alleyways adjacent to buildings in the historic street district.
  5. A guidance program for historic street district and historic old building feature industries.
  6. The timeframe for execution.
  7. Other matters conducive to revitalizing the historic street district and historic old houses.
 
Article 9 Targeted recipients of subsidies under this self-government ordinance are as follows:
  1. The owners or users of historic old houses or their land.
  2. Community development associations,culture and history workshops, foundations, or other juridical persons or groups that have the creation of historic street districts as their purpose.
 
Article 10 Targeted recipients of subsidies as referred to in the preceding article may submit a subsidy application to the Competent Authority, with attachment of all relevant documents, if the purpose of the application matches one of the following situations:
  1. To renovate or repair public space within a historic street district.
  2. To renovate, repair or activate the business operation of a historic old house.
  3. To use a historic old house for a business purpose that matches the style and features of the historic street district.
  4. To obtain a subsidy under Article 8 Subparagraph 1.
  5. To preserve, revitalize or promote a historic street district.
  6. Other purposes approved by the Competent Authority.
Regulations governing the required documentation, the screening and approval process, and other matters requiring compliance pertinent to the preceding paragraph, shall be separately decided.
 
Article 11 An applicant approved for a subsidy in accordance with this self-government ordinance shall not be eligible for another subsidy within three years. However, this limitation shall not apply in special circumstances with the approval of the Competent Authority.
 
Article 12 An applicant approved for a subsidy in accordance with this self-government ordinance who fails to comply with the purpose of the subsidy within three years shall be ordered by the Competent Authority to rectify this within a specified time limit. If the failure has not been rectified when the time limit expires, the Competent Authority shall issue an order for the repayment of the subsidy.
                  Depending on the amount of the subsidy, the Competent Authority may grant an extension of the three-year limit referred to in the preceding paragraph.
 
Article 13 TheCompetent Authority may give commendation or reward to those who achieve outstanding results participating in the preservation or revitalization of historic street districts or historic old houses.
 
Article 14 A proposal under the provision of Article 6 Paragraph 2 Subparagraph 5, after the historic street district has been publicly announced, may be recognized as an important construction project of Tainan City Government’s administrative plan in accordance with Article 27 Paragraph 1 Subparagraph 4 of the Urban Planning Law, so that the urban plan can be amended expeditiously.
 
Article 15   This Self-Government Ordinance is effective from the date of promulgation.