Camping Site - Extension

General information

The permit granted pursuant to Section 3(1) of the Campsite Law, (Campingplatzgesetz, Provincial Law Gazette (Landesgesetzblatt, LGBl.) No 34/1981, as amended, shall cease to be valid if the project has not been completed within 3 years of its entry into force.

If an appeal is lodged with the Supreme Administrative Court or a complaint is lodged with the Constitutional Court against the permit, the time limit shall be suspended until a decision has been taken.

Required documents

The application for renewal of the permit must be submitted to the authority in writing.


An application for renewal of the permit shall be deemed to have been lodged within the deadline if it is submitted before the expiry of the 3-year period.

Costs and fees

 Administrative charges under the Provincial Administrative Charges Regulation (Landesverwaltungsabgabenverordnung), LGBl. No 78/2014, as amended (tariff item 28);
 Where applicable, fees pursuant to Section 14 tariff items 5, 6 and 7 of the Fees Law (Gebührengesetz), Federal Law Gazette (Bundesgesetzblatt, BGBl.) No 267/1957, as amended).

Legal bases

Section 3(1), (4) and (5) of the Campsite Law, LGBl. No 34/1981, as amended.


The application for renewal must be submitted to the competent authority. A decision shall be taken on the application.


The validity of the building permit shall be extended for 3 years at a time on written application, unless there are grounds for refusal under Section 28(3) of the Campsite Law. Public interests, for example, in particular those relating to spatial planning, tourism, agriculture and the protection of monuments, must not be opposed to the project. 


Campingplatz - Verlängerung [Camping Site - Extension]

More information

If a permit ceases to be valid, the provisions of Section 13(2) and (3) of the Campsite Law shall apply mutatis mutandis.

Responsible department

Bezirkshauptmannschaft [District authority]

Authentication and signature

Authentication/signature is required.

Means of redress or appeal

Any decision may be appealed against. An appeal must be submitted in writing, within 4 weeks, to the authority that issued the decision. The time limit begins on the date of the delivery of the written application or, in the case of an oral announcement, on the date of the latter.

The appeal must also indicate the decision against which it is directed and the relevant authority, the reasons on which the assertion of unlawfulness is based, the form of order sought, and the information required in order to assess whether the appeal has been filed within the specified deadline. An appeal is no longer admissible if, after the issuance or announcement of the decision, the party expressly waives the appeal.

Moreover, all decisions must contain instructions on the right of appeal, including information on the authority with which the appeal must be filed and the corresponding deadline.

Assistance and problem-solving services

Responsible for the content

Raumplanung und Baurecht [Department of land use planning and construction law]
Postal address: Landhaus, 6901 Bregenz
Visiting adress:: Landhaus, 6900 Bregenz 
+43 5574 511 27105
F +43 5574 511 927195

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