Moscow provides 18 state services in construction exclusively online


The Russian delegation shared the experience of digitalization of public services in construction at the International Conference in Dubai.

“On behalf of Moscow Mayor Sergei Sobyanin, a system of providing public services in electronic form has been introduced and is being successfully applied. On the official site of, 22 public services are available to applicants – from the issuance of the GPZU – the urban development plan of the land plot to obtain permission to enter. Moreover, 18 of them are provided only online, ”said Stanislav Krymov, deputy head of the Office for Optimization and Control of Procedures in the Urban Planning Department of the Urban Planning Department.

According to him, a project has also been implemented in the capital to connect facilities to different engineering networks as part of the filing of a single application through

Developers can submit a single application for technical specifications, conclusion of connection agreements, as well as issuance of acts on technological connection to electric, gas, heat, water supply and sanitation networks.

“Soon we plan to expand the composition of the GPZU, as well as to develop the provision of a comprehensive service, in which the developer receives three services for one commissioning, cadastral registration and registration of ownership of the property on one application,” said Krymov.

Recall that the reforms carried out in the construction sector had a positive impact on the position of the Russian Federation in the Doing Business rating of the World Bank.

So, in the direction “Obtaining building permits”, our country has risen over the year by 22 positions, taking 26th place among the 190 evaluated countries. In 2010, Russia was at 179 line in this direction of the rating.

Source: Moscow construction complex

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