Sobyanin proposed to introduce a moratorium on additional construction requirements
Moscow Mayor Sergei Sobyanin proposed introducing a moratorium on additional requirements for construction companies.
“Since we are in difficult conditions, including getting out of the pandemic, it seems to me that we need to create a kind of moratorium on not loading business and construction with additional requirements, at least two to three years to take a break, to make sense of certain regulatory acts that are also at the exit. It is clear that we will not do without these changes, but they should be point and weighted”, – said Sergei Sobyanin during an expanded meeting of the Presidium of the State Council of the Russian Federation.
He added that part of the construction projects goes into the status of long-term construction, including because the requirements for them could have changed during the construction.
“Sometimes the decisions that are made are ahead of the construction itself. Some objects cannot be entered, because during the construction the requirements for them have changed. These and other issues lead to the fact that on the territory of the country tens of thousands of objects are long-term construction: they are physically built, but not actually put into operation. In most cases, this is not because they are not completed, but because the requirements that are imposed on them are impossible to realize at present”, – explained Sergei Sobyanin.
According to the mayor, together with the Government of the Russian Federation, a number of proposals have already been prepared in this area that will help to correct the situation.
Source: AGN Moscow