Building utility networks in Moscow became easier
Mosgosstroynadzor (Moscow State Construction Supervision Committee) stopped issuing construction permits of five kinds of utility networks, according to the words of Oleg Antosenko, Chairman of the Committee for State Oversight in construction of Moscow, reports the portal of Construction Complex.
“This will facilitate administrative procedures in construction sector for small and medium-sized business and reduce the terms of technological connection of facilities in Moscow, and therefore significantly accelerate their commissioning,” said Oleg Antosenko.
The representative of the Committee also reminded that on March 22, 2016, Moscow Mayor Sergey Sobyanin signed a decree which canceled the need to obtain construction permits for five types of utilities. It is referred to LV and MV power supply facilities (up to 20 kV), as well as heat supply networks with operating pressure up to 0.07 MPa and temperature up to 115 deg. C.
These procedures are also cancelled for water supply and sewerage networks (of up to 300 mm), water disposal networks of surface runoff (with diameter up to 1 thousand mm), gas supply pipes (up to 0.6 Mpa), as well as utilities requiring reconstruction without increase of exclusion zone.
Union of Administrative Technical Inspections (UATI) and Rostechnadzor (Federal Environmental, Industrial and Nuclear Supervision Service) will be charged with supervision over arrangement and operation of this kind of networks.