What is Section 110 of the NHPA?
Section 110 of the National Historic Preservation Act In particular, Section 110 of the Act calls on all federal agencies to establish–in conjunction with the Secretary of the Interior–their own historic preservation programs for the identification, evaluation, and protection of historic properties.
In what ways was the National Historic Preservation Act of 1966 a key legislative action for the United States?
Establishes the National Register of Historic Places and National Historic Landmarks Programs. Mandates the selection of qualified State Historic Preservation Officers. Establishes the Advisory Council on Historic Preservation. Charges Federal Agencies with responsible stewardship.
How long does a Section 106 review take?
The first reference to a 30-day review period appears in the Section 106 regulations at 36 CFR § 800.3(c)(4). This timeline applies to the interactions between the lead federal agency, State Historic Preservation Officer (SHPO), and/or the Tribal Historic Preservation Officer (THPO).
What are Section 106 contributions?
A section 106 agreement is designed to make a development possible that would otherwise not be possible, by obtaining concessions and contributions from the developer. It forms a section of the Town And Country Planning Act 1990.
Who does section 106 apply to?
Section 106 (S106) Agreements are legal agreements between Local Authorities and developers; these are linked to planning permissions and can also be known as planning obligations.
What did the National Historic Preservation Act establish?
The act established permanent institutions and created a clearly defined process for historic preservation in the United States. Historic structures that would be affected by federal projects—or by work that was federally funded—now had to be documented to standards issued by the Secretary of the Interior.