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Green planning permission display system Disclosure Number: IPCOM000183338D
Original Publication Date: 2009-May-19
Included in the Prior Art Database: 2009-May-19
Document File: 2 page(s) / 72K

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Disclosed is a system and method for Green planning permission display.

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Green planning permission display system

Disclosed is a system and method for Green planning permission display.

Problem statement:

    Planning Permission, in simple terms, is like asking a legal authority if you are authorized to perform a certain piece of building work. It can be granted (possibly subject to certain conditions) or refused. In France, for example, planning permission must be displayed several months on the concerned area and is granted at the end only if nobody has raised actions against it.

Today, plastic pieces are used to display planning permission information. They have several drawbacks :

    - the ink used is sometimes not enough resistant to wheather conditions and the information displayed is erased, and lost.

    - the material is not green.
- the information displayed is not extensive. If someone wants to see the planning permission folder, he must go to the City Hall.

Moreover, if a Bailiff is providing a guarantee that the planning permission has been displayed, an additional sticker is put on the plastic poster. However, there is no official guaranty that it has really been performed by an accredited Bailiff.

The present system offers a solution to manage all those constraints in a single secured system.

System and method description:

    The system offers a general and generic solution to manage Green planning permission displa...