Moscow presented experience at reducing administrative barriers in construction at the international level
Moscow experts were invited to highlight the experience of the capital at a conference on improving the business climate in China, timed to coincide with the publication of the World Bank Doing Business 2019 rating.
The conference “Opening Best Practices and Future Reforms in China”, held on November 2 in Beijing with the participation of World Bank President Jim Y. Kim, Beijing Mayor Chen Jinin and representatives of the Moscow Government, presented world leading practices to improve business regulation. In the field of construction practice in the city of Moscow is presented as advanced and recommended for implementation in other countries.
Representatives of the Moscow City Planning Policy Department spoke about Moscow’s method of reducing administrative barriers in construction, noting the key factors for successfully organizing and implementing reforms within the World Bank Doing Business rating.
During the report, they noted that in Moscow almost all services in the field of construction had been converted to electronic form – from submitting a request for a GPZU to obtaining permission for commissioning and registering property rights. Also in the capital, electronic archives of surveys have been created: Geofond and the Consolidated plan of underground utilities and facilities, access to which is open to developers and resource-supplying organizations.
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At the conference, they stressed that Moscow plans to further reduce administrative barriers in construction. In the near future, developers will be able to connect to all engineering networks on a single application in electronic form. This will significantly reduce the time spent by developers and ensure maximum transparency in working with resource companies.
Recall, Russia has shown a significant increase in the World Bank Doing Business 2019 rating in the direction of “Obtaining construction permits”, rising by 67 positions from 115 to 48 places.
Source: Moscow Construction Complex