The aim of the paper is to answer the question whether the legislator provides protection of agricultural and forest land in the process of localization of technical infrastructure. The technical infrastructure has not reached the universal legal definition, but in many different legal acts there is a reference to this notion. According to the final conclusions, the protection of agricultural and forest land includes the need for localization of technical infrastructure when the technical infrastructure is the part of the composition of the normative notion of agricultural and forest land regulated by the Act on the Protection of Agricultural and Forest Land and according to the Forest Act. Technical infrastructure are an integral part of these legal concepts, although their normative borders are different. For incomprehensible reasons, the legislature does not explicitly recognize land under power lines as agricultural land, but they fall within the scope of the legal concept of the forest. However, in practice, the administrative courts in the cases of certain investments of the technical infrastructure, especially power lines, consider these facilities as not infringing the nature of agricultural land or for forestry purposes.