Moscow “just build it” reduces the time of construction and investor costs

19.09.2018

The International Real Estate Investment Forum PROEstate opened in Moscow on September 19 at the Radisson Royal Hotel Moscow. This event has become a platform for communication professionals of various real estate sectors. All 3 days of the forum, Russian and foreign investors, developers, architects and consultants will be able to exchange views and experience, take part in the plenary session, key conferences and discussions of the business program, solemn events, meetings.

The opening ceremony of the forum was attended by the Minister of Construction and Housing Vladimir Yakushev. Bypassing the exposition of the forum and the stand of the Moscow Government, he thoroughly acquainted with the electronic service “We Build Simple”, developed by the Department of Urban Development Policy of Moscow.

Vladimir Yakushev said that the transfer of public services in the industry into an electronic form reduces and regulates administrative procedures. The experience of providing basic services to developers online has already positively affected the conduct of construction activities in Moscow. So, the introduction of the service “We Build Simply” has made it possible to significantly shorten the terms of construction of real estate objects and the costs of investors. This work will continue in the capital.

Sergei Levkin, Acting Head of the Department of Urban Development Policy of Moscow, in his turn, recalled that the transfer of public services into electronic form was launched in 2013 on behalf of the Moscow Mayor Sergei Sobyanin. “The main purpose of this procedure is to reduce the administrative pressure on business. To date, in the capital Construction Complex, 18 services are available online, starting with the installation of the GPRS and ending with the commissioning of the facility, “the Mayor said. The

Source: Department of Urban Planning Policy

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