Le caractère temporairement incomplet du dossier d'enquête publique sur un projet de PLU ne vicie pas automatiquement la procédure administrative préalable

The temporarily incomplete nature of the public inquiry file on a PLU project does not automatically vitiate the prior administrative procedure

by gmorales on 22 May 2013 | Category: Public Law
Le caractère temporairement incomplet du dossier d'enquête publique sur un projet de PLU ne vicie pas automatiquement la procédure administrative préalable Le caractère temporairement incomplet du dossier d'enquête publique sur un projet de PLU ne vicie pas automatiquement la procédure administrative préalable

CAA of Bordeaux January 10, 2013, Mr. Saint-Marc, Req. n ° 12BX00047

The temporarily incomplete nature of the public inquiry file on a PLU project does not automatically vitiate the prior administrative procedure

In that case, the Administrative Court of Appeal first noted that when the public inquiry was opened, the public inquiry file did not contain all the notices issued by the communities or bodies associated or consulted. .

However, she noted that the investigation file was complete when the investigating commissioner first held office.

Consequently, it held that insofar as it is not established that the incompleteness of the file at the beginning of the investigation was likely to have an influence on the meaning of the decision or to have deprived the persons interested parties of the guarantees to which they are entitled, the irregularity of procedure found is not likely to taint illegality the deliberation approving the PLU.