Runway extension, construction of works in protected areas, subsidizing sustainable projects… they all happen within a design space, limited amongst others by legal rules and requirements. To make optimal use of the design space, you have to know about these rules and requirements. When does a contract have to be tendered out, what rules are then applicable, what can be subsidized and what are the restrictions, how to comply with air quality requirements and can a frog really block a project? What alternative designs can be given in order to avoid legal problems? These and other problems will be addressed in this course.
- read and understand legal documents
- point out relevant legal aspects when designing or assessing a project
- carry out a basic check on the compatibility of a project with relevant law
- 01. Institutional Law I
- 02. Institutional Law II
- 03. Internal market and free movement of goods
- 04. Free movement of Persons, Services and Capital
- 05. Contact lenses and coffee shops
- 06. Health services
- 07. State Aid Law
- 08. Nature Conservation
- 09. Public Procurement
- 10. Sustainable coffee and local rail transport
- 11. Environmental Law I: Principles and EIA
- 12. Environmental Law II: Habitat and air quality
- 13. Regional Airports
- 14. Westerschelde
- 15. The European Sovereign Debt Crisis
- 16. Analysis of the judgement
- 17. Exam training
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