Urban Transformation has been regulated under the Law No.6306
("the Law"). The Law mainly aims to enhance old
structures. The Law enables property owners to get their apartments
rebuilt through cost efficient methods as well as its other
conveniences such as rent allowance, credit facilities, move
allowance, tax and fee immunities etc.
How to process for Urban Transformation according to the
As per the Law, undermentioned steps shall be mainly fulfilled
to finalise urban transformation process;
Application to obtain detection report for risky building shall
be made to authorised agencies and institutes by one or more
Property owners may object to the detection report in fifteen
days as of notification date.
Following finalization of the detection report Demolition
Permit shall be provided.
Risky building has to be evacuated in 90 days (60 days +
additional 30 days) following the detection report served.
Property owners shall take a decision by 2/3 majority regarding
how to benefit from the risky building.
Application for rent/move allowances shall be made to
Provincial Directorate of Ministry of Environment and
Construction Permit shall be obtained following preparation of
Residential Usage License shall be obtained after construction
period is completed and the process is ended.
Please note that; rent allowance may be provided at most maximum
period of 18 months and such amount is determined by Ministry of
Environment and Urbanisation on yearly basis (TRY 735,00 for the
year of 2015). Plus credit facilities may provide credit up to TRY
100.000,00. However, property owners should choose either to obtain
rent allowance or credit.
On the other hand, other issue to be emphasized is status of the
property owners dissenting to decision taken by 2/3 majority. The
decision shall be send by public notary to dissenting owners. They
shall be notified in this notification that if they don't
accept the decision in fifteen days their land share shall be sold
other property owners who agreed with the decision.
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