The suggested "green areas", numbered 1 to 5 on the map, are the areas where no construction whatsoever can be allowed. Modification of existing structures also should be avoided, but some modifications may be allowed only under strict control of the Ministry of Municipalities and Rural Affairs. The areas are:
- A "corridor" for the Roman road and the Roman for Mehatta
- The areas around Khirbet Qurn el-Kibsch
- The Siyagha (Mount Nebo), Ayoun Musa, and al-Keniseh areas
- The area of Khirbet Mekhayyat, Ain Jedideh, and the vast dolmen field under the Maslubiyyeh ridge
- The area around Khirbet Yusra.
The "borders" of the green areas are obviously only approximate, but in general a buffer zone of at least 500 meters should be designed around each primary archaeological area in order to avoid visual impact on the sites and on the natural landscape.
The Peak of Siyagha seen from the al-Mukhayyat region
In the areas not in proximity of archaeological sites but within the limits of the park, strict regulations should be applied:
- Houses should not be higher than two stories and their façades should be covered by a stone facing. Permits for construction must be released by the Ministry of Municipalities and Rural Affairs only after the area has been checked for the presence of archaeological remains by the Department of Antiquities.
- Chicken farms should be controlled in number and size. No more than two farms per square kilometer should be allowed, and none in the green areas, unless they already exist. Coordination should be established with the Ministry of Agriculture in order to lower the incentives for new farms built within the borders of the park; the location of new chicken farms should be approved by the Ministry of Municipalities and Rural Affairs only after the area has been checked for the presence of archaeological remains by the Department of Antiquities.
- No industrial activities, garages, fuel stations, or any other activity with any potential risk of pollution should be allowed.
- New access roads to fields (which should not be asphalted) should be built and existing roads improvement should be done only after a thorough archaeological investigation has been conducted along the road alignments by the Department of Antiquities. The construction work can only be conducted by the Ministry of Public Works or the Ministry of Municipal and Rural Affairs
- Electricity and water should be brought at least to Siyagha and Mekhayyat, in order to serve better the needs of visitors. Cess pools should be built in case toilets and other facilities are planned. The work should be preceded by a thorough archaeological investigation by the Department of Antiquities in order to avoid involuntary damages to archaeological sites. The works should be conducted under the strict control of the Ministry of Municipal and Rural Affairs.
- Agricultural activities are allowed, but the use of bulldozers to open terraces on hill sides should be totally forbidden, or in alternative only allowed under strict control of the Ministry of Municipal and Rural Affairs. New fields should be inspected by the Department of Antiquities for the presence of archaeological remains before bulldozing, deep plowing, or tree planting.
- Each single archaeological remain should be properly located on large scale maps, and adequately but unobtrusively marked on the ground. Removal, modification, or disturbance of archaeological sites and ruins is forbidden by the 1988 Antiquities Law.