Plan Rector de Uso y Gestión

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El Plan Rector de Uso y Gestión (PRUG) es una figura normativa desarrollada para el parque nacional según los requisitos establecidos por la Ley 30/2014, de Parques Nacionales que lo reconoce el instrumento de planificación ordinaria en el que se concretan normas, objetivos, zonificación, líneas de actuación, medidas preventivas, criterios generales de uso y ordenación del parque, etc. Para ello establece una serie de trámites para las distintas actividades.

EL PRUG contiene aquellas determinaciones que por seguridad jurídica, dado su carácter normativo requieren permanencia en el tiempo. Por consiguiente su vigencia se prolonga durante varios periodos de programación, en el caso del parque nacional, por diez años. Su aprobación se realiza mediante Decreto de las Administraciones gestoras del parque nacional. El PRUG se desarrolla a través de programas operativos, constituyendo la suma de ambos los denominados instrumentos de gestión del espacio.

El documento en vigor se aprobó por sendos decretos de las Administraciones gestoras (Decreto 16/2019, de 23 de mayo, en el ámbito territorial de la Comunidad de Castilla y León y Decreto 18/2020, de 11 de febrero, del Consejo de Gobierno, en el ámbito territorial de la Comunidad de Madrid).

PORN de la Sierra de Guadarrama

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Como requisito previo a la declaración del Parque Nacional de la Sierra de Guadarrama, las Comunidades Autónomas de Madrid y Castilla y León elaboraron sendos Planes de Ordenación de los Recursos Naturales (PORN) en un ámbito territorial más amplio de lo que posteriormente se propuso para la declaración de esta parque nacional. Ambas normas se encuentran vigentes en ese territorio amplio (PORN Madrid; PORN Castilla y León).

Sin embargo, la declaración del Parque Nacional establecía la obligación de elaborar un Plan Rector de Uso y Gestión (PRUG) y, en tanto esta herramienta no se aprobara, los PORN tenían carácter de normativa supletoria.

Actualmente el Parque Nacional de la Sierra de Guadarrama cuenta con un PRUG aprobado por ambas Administraciones gestoras y los PORN continúan vigentes en su ámbito de aplicación con las siguientes especificaciones:

  • Con carácter supletorio en el Parque Nacional de la Sierra de Guadarrama y su Área de Especial Protección, en todo aquello que no contradiga lo que establece el PRUG.

  • Íntegramente en el resto del territorio que regulan.

Board of Trustees

Posted in Management bodies

Patronato 2014Law 30/2014 of December 3 on National Parks, establishes in its article 24 that the Board of Trustees is the participating body for society in the National Parks. A Board of Trustees shall be constituted in each of them, and it will have at least representatives from: the Central State Administration, the Communities and Local Administrations, the social agents of the area, as well as those institutions, associations and organizations related to the Park, or whose purposes are consistent with the objectives of this Law.

In its second section, it is provided that the National Parks Board of Trustees will be attached, for administrative purposes, to the Community the National Park is located in. Should any National Parks be located in several Communities, these will reach an agreement for the secondment of the Board of Trustees.

The Decree of March 27, 2014, published in the Official Bulletins of both Communities on March 30, determines the Board of Trustees composition and functions.

Coordination Committee

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Article 8.2. Of Law 7/2013 provides that the State and the Communities of Madrid and Castilla y León will coordinate their actions within the framework of the Coordination Committee. This Commission is composed of four representatives of the General State Administration and two members of each of the Autonomous Communities and was constituted in the first session held on September 17, 2013.

Management Committee

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The Decree of March 27, 2014, published in both Communities Official Bulletins on May 30, approves the Statutes regulating the management and participation bodies of the Sierra de Guadarrama National Park. It provides the creation of the Management Committee as a coordinated management body of the National Park. In it will be represented the Communities of Madrid and Castilla y León, and it is formed by three representatives appointed by the Communities. The Co-Directors are entitled born members.

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