Submerged Land License Agreement

The PADEP district office reviews the application for administrative and technical completeness. PadEP must consider local land use plans when reviewing the application. Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection – Water Obstruction and Encroachment Permit Application Instruction Document, at ii. If the application is incomplete, the Landratsamt will notify the developer in writing. The developer has 60 days to complete the app after receiving a notification from PADEP, or the app is deemed removed. PadEP notifies the developer if the app is considered withdrawn and the developer can on demand 25 Pa. Ask for the code again. No. 105.13 (a). (b) Public line licences that cross or occupy under-commonwealth underwater lands, granted pursuant to Section 15 of the Act or Section 514 of the 1929 Administrative Act (71 p. 194), are subject to the following annual royalty schedule: A basement contract is required for infiltration or underwater intrusion from Pennsylvania to the water. , rivers or streams designated as public highways. PADEP must verify the application and determine if a Submerged Lands license is required for the project.

When a license is required, PADEP sends the necessary documents to the developer to complete it. Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection – Water Obstruction and Encroachment Permit Application Instruction Document, S. ii. (a) Except in subsections (b) and (c), the following charges are levied for relief; Law, license or lease for the occupation of Commonwealth sub-diving, issued in accordance with Section 15 of the Act (32 pp. S. 693.15) and p. 105.32 (with respect to project settlement): (1) For commercial vehicles and other dams, water barriers and interventions, except in the subsection (c), annual royalties: e) this section does not apply to a crossing adjacent to a state park or state forest. Crossing facilities are managed in accordance with Section 514 of the 1929 Administrative Code and the Park and Forest Management Practices of the Department of Conservation of Nature and Natural Resources. (f) The removal of sand, gravel and other high-value minerals from the submerged areas of this Commonwealth is governed by the royalty and agreement provisions that were established in accordance with Section 1908-A of the 1929 Administrative Code (71 p. 510-8). PadEP requires an environmental assessment of activities or structures affecting streams, floodplaons, waters and wetlands.

25 Pa. code. 105.3. An environmental assessment is required before PADEP can issue a water obstruction and response permit. Environmental impact assessments are not required for projects covered by a general authorization. Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection – Water Obstruction and Encroachment Permit Application Instruction Document, p. 3. (6) Structure or facility established and operated under a cooperation agreement with the Fisheries and Boats Commission, exclusively for the improvement of fish habitat.