Administrative barriers take back seat once problem of credit availability emerges
The Head of the Moscow Department of urban planning policy, Sergey Levkin told journalists about reducing the pressure of administrative procedures on business, innovations in the field of building materials and efforts that are invested in order to get businessmen interested in Moscow construction projects.
One of the points of the road map, which was approved by the Mayor of Moscow Sergey Sobyanin, Minister of Construction, Housing and Utilities Mikhail Men and the General Director of the Agency for Strategic Initiatives (ASI) Andrey Nikitin, is devoted to the introduction of information systems based on interagency interaction. This service was developed by the Construction Complex, it is aimed at providing consultancy services and assistance to developers, as well as at improving the feedback from governmental agencies.
“For the moment, 12 state services are available online. In addition, the Calculator of Procedures is introduced as a part of Developer’s Personal Account,” said Sergey Levkin.
He noted that the work on development of the Consolidated Plan of Moscow underground utilities and structures in electronic format is ongoing.
Sergey Levkin considers another innovation of the Construction Cobuilding complex as truly groundbreaking innovation is: he means provision of a number of services for single application submitted on the portal of state services.
“According to businessmen, today the primary challenge is availability of credit rather than administrative barriers in construction,” said the head of the department.