Moscow authorities issue GPZU with data on utility networks in test mode
Moscow developers can obtain information on utility networks in the development plan of a land plot (GPZU), which is now issuing as a single document in a test mode, said Sergey Levkin, Head of the Moscow department of urban policy.
The new order of issuing GPZU will come into force at the end of May. The decree №137 was signed by Moscow Mayor Sergey Sobyanin on March 29, 2016.
“GPZU will include information on underground facilities and technical conditions for connection to water supply and sewage networks. Therefore GPZU will contain all data on conditions and restrictions on the use of a certain land plot,” said Sergey Levkin, reports “Kommersant”.
According to him, before that developers had to apply for these documents in Mosgorgeotrest (Moscow Geological and Geodesic Department) and Mosvodokanal (Moscow Water and Sewage Company). Now they will obtain all the necessary data in the framework of a single document – GPZU.
“Implementation of this decree do not imply any additional effort from developers, term of issuance of GPZU remains the same. In this way developers and builders will spend less time on obtaining necessary documents,” assured Sergey Levkin.
The Head of the Department also added that completion GPZU with this data involves consorted actions with Mosgorgeotrest and Mosvodokanal, taking into account the fact that the service of obtaining GPZU is available only in electronic format.
“Certain developers who implement small-scale projects, obtain GPZU with information on underground facilities and technical conditions for connection from Mosvodokanal in test mode,” concluded he.
Since April 1, 2016 developers can obtain the service for the preparation, approval and amendments of the development plan of a land plot (GPZU) only online, via the portal of state services. GPZU is a key document that contains the basic parameters of a land plot for conducting construction activities.