The possibility of submitting a unified online application for a technical compound will be ensured in November


Developers will be given the opportunity to submit a unified electronic application for concluding agreements on the connection and issuance of technical connection certificates for electricity, gas, heat, water supply and wastewater networks. This was reported by the deputy head of the department of urban planning policy in Moscow Nadezhda Karavanova.

“We plan to ensure that the developer can submit a single application on the official website of the mayor and the government of Moscow in November of this year. By connecting organizations to the system of interdepartmental electronic interaction, the number of documents submitted by developers to receive services as part of a technological connection will be reduced. The Moscow government has already signed agreements with six resource-supplying organizations on connecting facilities to networks on one application”said Nadezhda Karavanova.

According to the deputy head of the town planning policy department, now in Moscow, the Moscow Region and St. Petersburg an experiment is being conducted on transferring the services of resource-supplying organizations to connecting to networks in an electronic form.

“In Moscow, the services of six companies will be converted into electronic form: JSC OEK, PJSC MOEK, PJSC MOESK, JSC Mosvodokanal, JSC MOSGAZ, JSC Mosoblgaz. On August 13 of this year, the Moscow Government and these companies concluded agreements on cooperation in connecting engineering networks to networks, work is underway to approve regulations containing the sequence and timing of procedures, ”said Nadezhda Karavanova.

Relevant regulations will be posted in the public domain on the official websites of organizations to ensure maximum transparency in working with resource companies.

Earlier, Deputy Mayor of Moscow for urban planning policy and construction Marat Khusnullin noted that on behalf of Moscow Mayor Sergei Sobyanin, systematic work is underway to reduce administrative barriers, streamline the processes for obtaining services and shorten the time they are received.

“The key direction remains the popular transfer of state services in the construction sector to electronic form. More than 90% of all applications for services in construction are submitted online, ”said the head of the building complex.

Source: Just Build

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