Land use and development rules approved by 90% of municipalities of Russia
Land use and development rules (PZZ) were approved in 90% of municipalities of the Russian Federation, according to the official statement on the website of the Ministry of Construction of Russia.
For the Q3 of this year PZZ which is the main document for urban development zoning were approved in 18.536 thousand municipalities in 83 regions of Russia, specified in it. “This is about 90% of the total number of municipalities,” stated in the material.
40 Russian regions have entirely adopted PZZ, they include Adygea, Krasnodar, Voronezh, Ivanovo, Kostroma, Tyumen region, St. Petersburg. In 25 subjects more than 90% of the municipalities have adopted PZZ, including the Bryansk region (99.24%) and Kaluga region (99.64%), in nine subjects – from 70% to 90%.
Five regions of the country have showed the lowest figures of PZZ adoption, they include Dagestan with only 8% of municipalities which adopted PZZ, in the Altay region – 37%, the report said.
The land use and development rules should be adopted in all regions of Russia before July 1, 2017, and since that period, implementation of construction projects will be subject to availability of approved PZZ.