83% applications for state services in construction submitted in e-format YTD

29.08.2016

83% applications for state services related to construction sector of Moscow were submitted via the internet in 8 months of this year, said the Head of the Moscow Department of urban planning policy, Sergey Levkin.

“15424 out of 18641 applications were submitted electronically. This proves the fact that e-services in construction industry are in high demand among investment and construction business community of Moscow,” added Sergey Levkin.

He noted that the work on lowering administrative barriers was launched by the order of the Mayor of Moscow Sergey Sobyanin. Nowadays 11 key state services are provided online.

“We have created a closed loop system of electronic administrative procedures which ensures the construction process from A to Z. The Moscow Construction complex provides the full range of e-services – from submitting an application up to getting the result – a document signed by the electronic signature of the official,” said Sergey Levkin.

As shown by the results of research carried out by Ernst&Young and presented at the VI Moscow Urban Forum, Moscow developers have already noted simplification of administrative procedures.

“E&Y has presented a study on regulation of construction in Moscow. In the survey, developers and builders with international experience noted the increase in transparency of administrative procedures, the convenience of e-document flow, the reduction of terms and number of approvals as well as the service quality increase,” concluded the Head of the Depretment.

Ernst & Young (trading as EY) is a multinational professional services firm headquartered in London, United Kingdom. It is one of the “Big Four” audit firms and is the third largest professional services firm in the world by aggregated revenue in 2014, after PwC and Deloitte.

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