A new circular regarding derelict buildings was sent to 81 Provincial Governorships of the Ministry of Interior. Buildings that are determined to be abandoned buildings by the governor's office and municipalities regarding the circular will not be allowed to be shown as settlements after the date of determination.
In the circular sent to the governorships by the Ministry, the determination, improvement/rehabilitation, demolition and demolition of derelict buildings throughout the country within the scope of the fight against crime and criminals, especially the preservation of public order and security, ensuring urban aesthetics, prevention of environmental pollution, supply and use of drugs/stimulants. It was reminded that measures were taken to prevent the use of buildings.
In this context, 106.792% (66,06) of the 70.546 derelict buildings identified so far have been demolished, 15,55% i.e. 16.608 have been rehabilitated and security measures have been taken, and 81,61% (87.154) of the derelict buildings across the country have been destroyed. It was stated that the demolition / improvement works of the remaining 18,39% of the 19.638 buildings are still continuing.
With the amendment made in Article 3194 of the Zoning Law No. 39, titled Buildings that are dangerous to collapse, the derelict buildings determined by the governorships to pose a danger in terms of general security and public order; It was stated that the building should be removed within 30 days from the notification, and if this is not done, the municipality or the governorship will carry out demolition works to eliminate the danger and more than 20% of this cost will be collected from the building owner.
In the Circular, it is also stated in the 5490rd article of the Population Services Law No. 3 that the residential address is defined as the place of residence with the intention of staying permanently, and in the 49th article of the aforementioned Law, titled Address information and updating, the addresses in the areas of responsibility of the special provincial administrations and municipalities are defined in accordance with this address standard and address information is created. reminded of their responsibilities.
Derelict Buildings Settlement Cannot Be Shown for School Registration
Derelict buildings, those who avoid duly notification, school registration, etc. The following issues were stated in the circular sent to the governorships in order to stop being shown as a residential address due to special reasons.
The buildings that are determined to be abandoned buildings by the governor's office or the municipality will not be allowed to be reported as their settlement address (after the date of determination). In this direction, the "Derelict Building" registration and explanation field has been added to the building and building layers in the Spatial Address Registration System (MAKS) and Address Registration System (AKS) by the General Directorate of Population and Citizenship Affairs. Thus, information about the buildings determined to be abandoned buildings will be reported to the General Directorate of Population and Citizenship Affairs without delay by the authorized administrations (provincial administration and municipality) via MAKS and AKS.
Address notification to derelict buildings by the General Directorate of Population and Citizenship Affairs will be prevented electronically, by processing the information that the building is derelict to MAKS and AKS by governorships and municipalities.