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ShapeChangeApplication Schema

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  2. ShapeChangeApplication Schema 'Activity Complex' (version 3.0)Application Schema <provide name of source schema>TypeDocumentationAttribute Association role ConstraintAttribute / Association role / Constraint documentationValues / EnumerationsMultiplicityVoidable / Non-VoidableTypeDocumentationAttribute Association role ConstraintAttribute / Association role / Constraint documentationValues / EnumerationsMultiplicityVoidable / Non-VoidableStatusRemarksPermission-- Name -- permission Official Decision (formal consent) granting authorization to operate all or part of an Activity Complex, subject to certain conditions which guarantee that the installations or parts of installations on the same site operated by the same operator comply with the requirements fixed by a competent authority. A permit may cover one or more functions and fix parameters of capacity. The term could be extended to other kind of certificates or documents of special relevance depending of the scope (e.g. ISO, EMAS, National Quality Standards, etc). The term may be extended to other kind of certificates or documents of special relevance depending of the scope (e.g. ISO, EMAS, National Quality Standards, etc). NOTE This terms is referred in several legislative acts as &ldquo;permit&rdquo; , &ldquo;authorization&rdquo;, &ldquo;development consent&rdquo; or &ldquo;exploration permit&rdquo; among others. EXAMPLE 1 &ldquo;&hellip;a [written] decision by which the competent authority grants permission to operate all or part of an installation&rdquo; ; EXAMPLE 2 &ldquo;.. the decision of the competent authority or authorities which entitles the developer to proceed with the project..&rdquo;.Id-- Name -- identifier Identifying reference to the permission.ThematicIdentifier 0..*relatedParty-- Name -- related party Parties related to the permission granted to the activity complex open to many different roles, such as Competent Authorities or Company among others NOTE Include concepts described on the legislation such as Operator, Company, Port Authority, Agent, Holder, Competent Authority or Keeper.RelatedParty 0..*voidabledecisionDate-- Name -- decision date Temporal reference that complement the definition of the permission. NOTE For permissions that become effective immediately, the decision date and the start of the validity period coincide. It may however be a duration of years or decades that separates a decision date from the validity period. For example, a permission decided in 2012 may allow the recovery of waste at a particular site starting from the year EXAMPLE Legal resolutions used to refer to a specific day from which the referred resolution and the emitted permission starts to be valid.DateTime 1voidabledateFrom-- Name -- date from A date starting from which the permission applies and is valid.DateTime 1voidabledateTo-- Name -- date to A date up to which the permission applies and is valid.DateTime 0..1voidabledescription-- Name -- description A description of the permission.PT_FreeText 0..1voidablepermittedFunction-- Name -- permitted function Function/s for which the permission is granted. Function is as described by the Activity and potentially complemented by information about the Inputs and Outputs derived from the same. NOTE Functions permitted according to the permission, such as a permit for a landfill.Function 0..*voidablepermittedCapacity-- Name -- permitted capacity Maximum amounts of activity input and/or output according to the permission, NOTE The physical capacities of a facility may exceed the permitted capacities. EXAMPLE Incineration of at most 100000 tons of residual waste per year.Capacity 0..*voidableCapacity

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