The architectural sites and complexes, as well as art in the public space and landscape architecture fall within the scope of the Cultural Heritage Act (2009). In this law, immovable cultural values are divided into categories, including ‘ensemble meaning’. It includes the spatial characteristics and architectural typology of the group value to which they belong. The section for the conservation of cultural property states that the restoration and conservation activities, as well as the adaptation of immovable cultural property, are carried out by persons with a specialisation in architecture with an additional specialisation in the specific field (such as urbanism and landscape architecture) and three years of professional experience in architecture and five years of professional experience in conservation and restoration in the field of immovable cultural heritage. It is also defined who prepares the conservation, restoration and adaptation projects.
Issues related to architecture, sites of cultural, historical, ethnographic and architectural significance are also included in The Law on the Spatial Planning (1977). It regulates the public relations related to the structure of the territory, the investment design and construction in the Republic of Bulgaria, and it defines the restrictions on the property for development purposes.
Advertising services in Bulgaria are not regulated by a separate law, but The Law on Protection of Competition (Articles 32, 33 and 34) defines misleading and comparative advertising and prohibits both types in the country. The Law on Radio and Television regulates the advertising of products such as cigarettes and alcohol on the air. In addition, time is set for advertising in the public and commercial media. There is also a separate sponsorship section for advertising.