The Russian government will continue to work to reduce barriers to construction
The Russian government will continue to work to reduce administrative procedures and mandatory construction requirements, said Deputy Prime Minister Marat Khusnullin, commenting on the decision to reduce the number of mandatory construction requirements by 30% from August 1.
“I want to note that the current reduction in the number of mandatory requirements is only one of the first steps. We plan to continue this work and in the future further reduce the burden on the business by the supervisory authorities”, – said Marat Khusnullin.
According to the Deputy Prime Minister, in Russia there are already successful examples of a decrease in administrative regulation of construction.
“When working on reducing administrative procedures, we also rely on the successful experience of Moscow, where over the past 10 years a wide list of redundant procedures has been optimized and almost all construction procedures have been converted to electronic form,” the Deputy Prime Minister emphasized.
Recall that today Prime Minister Mikhail Mishustin announced the approval of the provision, according to which the number of mandatory requirements in construction will be reduced by about a third. Now the structures at the stage of design and construction are subject to more than 10,000 mandatory requirements. Once the ordinance comes into force, their number will drop by almost 3,000 units.
Source: RIA Real Estate