The construction time of infrastructure of federal significance will be reduced by a years and a half

10.08.2020

The adoption of the “transport law” will help to reduce the construction time for federal infrastructure by 18 months, Deputy Prime Minister Marat Khusnullin told “Interfax” in an interview.

“Technological processes and deadlines will not be deceived, so I see a reduction in administrative barriers and the elimination of excessive conciliation and permitting procedures as the main resource for reducing the construction period. The so-called “transport law” recently signed by the president of the country will help a lot in this”, – Marat Khusnullin said.

The Deputy Prime Minister noted that the new law contains more than 20 proposals for regulating procedures in the construction industry.

“The law systematizes the rules for harmonizing land and environmental aspects. All these and other innovations will reduce the construction cycle of federal projects by 18 months, that is, by a year and a half”, – Marat Khusnullin explained.

Source: Interfax

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