5.4.3. Characteristics of the territory covered by the management plan:
— a general description of the physical environment and hydrographic network, and a general ecological description of the surroundings;
— a general description of land occupation;
— characterization of the state of the bodies of water and watercourses and their shorelines or banks (quality of water and the shorelines and banks, soil type, artificialized sectors, sectors in their natural state, erosion-prone sectors, etc.);
— a description of sectors of special interest (unique plant or wildlife habitat, rare vegetation community, environment protecting a threatened or vulnerable species or species likely to be threatened or vulnerable, archaeological site, etc.);
— a description of sectors with recreational or tourism potential and interest for public access.
and, in addition, where the management plan includes a floodplain:
— the location of water and sewer infrastructures serving the territory and, section by section, the date of coming into force of the by-law providing for their installation;
— a land use plan indicating for each lot the existing structures and their construction date, if they are occupied on a seasonal or permanent basis, and their status in terms of flood-proofing;
— a plan showing the roadway surface level of thoroughfares and their status in terms of flood-proofing.