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Old 21.07.2017, 15:54
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Re: Swimming pools (temporary) planning permission required

@Ridgway, just compare Section 3 of DCPE 501 with the text you quoted. It is the same.

So yes you are right, by the strict letter of the law you need permission to set up a kids pool. Some permission can be handed out by the commune, some permission must be done through the cantonal authorities. But most, if not all, communes are not that crazy and have limits from what size on you actually need one. Maybe your commune is the total crazy one.
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