Resin: The State Duma task is to update construction regulatory framework

04.03.2020

To implement the national project on housing construction and meet projections of constructing 120 mln sq, meters of housing annually by 2024 we have to update construction regulatory framework and remove unnecessary barriers, said Vladimir Resin, the Chairman of the Expert Council on construction, building materials industry and equity construction issues under the State Duma Committee on transport and construction, in his interview to the “Stroitelnaya gazeta”.

He mentioned adoption of the federal law  №151, which identified  inter alia the role of the Russian Minstroy as the main coordinator of collaboration among the participants of construction investments, as one of the most important recent normative developments.

“Today we face the task to continue an update of construction regulatory framework through “regulatory guillotine”, remove unnecessary administrative barriers and launch renovation in regions. Relevant draft laws have to be finalized and adopted during this spring session”, – noted Vladimir Resin.

The Chairman of the Expert Council said that as a whole it is necessary to continue to form stable and civilized market of housing construction and to create system of construction investment management.

“Implementation of the national project requires social responsibility of all participants of the process. It is necessary to reform the contractors market on the modern technological level, to be decent employers, provide conditions for professional growth in the industry. Now we need “smart” customers – developers and “smart banks”, flexible, transparent and safe tools for collaboration with clients and constructors”, – mentioned Vladimir Resin.

Source: Stroitelnaya Gazeta

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