We have gathered those who are curious about urban transformation! You can learn all the curiosities about urban transformation in 12 steps.
1- APPLICATION FOR EARTHQUAKE RISK REPORT
The most important thing needed for your building to be included in urban transformation is the earthquake risk report. For this, an application should be made to the institutions authorized by the Ministry of Environment and Urbanization. You can check the ministry website to find the institutions authorized by the ministry in your city.
2- PREPARATION OF EARTHQUAKE RISK REPORT BY LICENSED INSTITUTION
This stage is made into a report as a result of the examination to be made in the building by the expert firm. If it is determined that the building is risky, damaged or economically expired, it is included in the report. In order for the building to be included in urban transformation, it is important that it is not resistant to earthquakes.
3- SENDING THE REPORT TO THE MINISTRY
The presence of damaged, risky or economically expired statements in the report prepared by the Authority indicates that you are sitting in a structure that is not resistant to earthquakes. This report must be sent to the urban transformation directorate in your province within 7 days.
4- MINISTRY REVIEW AND APPROVAL
If there is no deficiency after the earthquake risk report is submitted to the relevant department of the ministry, you will be informed that it has been approved within 10 days. At this stage, the risk of the building is also recorded in the title deed. After this process, the building is included in the scope of urban transformation.
5- RECEIVING INFORMATION LETTER TO BUILDING RESIDENTS
After the approval of the Ministry, a letter stating that the building is risky is sent to the people living in the building. He has the right to object to this letter. If there is no objection, the building joint decision protocol must be signed within 60 days.
6- BUILDING COMMON DECISION PROTOCOL
It is the protocol in which the decision about the state of the building subjected to urban transformation by at least 3/2 majority of the owners. The owners may decide to sell the land or to demolish the building and build a new one.
7- SUBMISSION OF THE DECISION PROTOCOL TO THE MINISTRY
The signed decision protocol must be submitted to the ministry within 2 months. Otherwise, the building will be demolished by the ministry.
8- CONTRACTOR SELECTION
After the decision about the building is made, the contractor must be selected for the construction of the new building.
9- TAKING URBAN TRANSFORMATION CREDIT
After the contractor selection, the most important step is to obtain loans through contracted banks. It has the right to use a loan of approximately 100 thousand lira for a building and up to 500 thousand for more than one building.
10- APPLICATION FOR RENTAL AID
Required applications are made to the ministry for rent allowance, which is one of the important advantages of urban transformation.
11- BUILDING INSPECTION
The credits used for the construction of the new building are given to the building company in a blocked manner. At every stage, the banks check the building and make it available for other blocked amounts.
12- NEW DEED FOR BUILDING
Residents deeds stating that the building, which is built in an earthquake-resistant manner, is earthquake-resistant are received.