The time required for administrative procedures in construction fell by 2.5 times
The Construction Complex has carried out a lot of work to eliminate unnecessary approvals in the process of registration of construction permits, said Deputy Mayor for urban policy and construction Marat Khusnullin on Wednesday at the annual board of the Construction Complex dedicated to the results of the industry in 2015 and plans for 2016.
He noted that the efforts of the city authorities are also aimed at optimizing administrative procedures, shortening the time limits for obtaining approvals during the implementation of construction projects.
“We have already shortened timeline for the government expert review of project documentation, the time limit for obtaining certificate of approval of architectural and urban planning solutions is reduced from 30 to 14 days, the time limit for obtaining warrants for excavation is shortened from 14 to 7 days, the deadline for obtaining a conclusion of conformity of a constructed object to design requirements is reduced from 10 to 5 days. In consequence of this work and conversion to e-document flow, the time required for administrative procedures reduced in 2.5 times,” said Marat Khusnullin, reports the portal of the Construction Complex.
According to him, the Construction Complex receives about 20,000 claims a year: 70 % of them – in e-format, and only 30% – in a usual way via the office of the unified service desk.
“In 2016, the work on optimizing the administrative procedures will continue. We are planning to transfer exclusively to e-format the following services: city development plans for land (GPZU), architectural and urban planning solutions and passports of color appearance. The service of determination of the estimated cost of capital construction facility will be provided in electronic format,” said Marat Khusnullin.
Mayor of Moscow Sergei Sobyanin stressed that the efforts to reduce nonmanufacturing costs and the cancellation of redundant administrative procedures will be carried out continuously.
“In the coming years we will finish the development of a full range of e-services for all stages of investment projects – from holding land auctions to commissioning facilities,” said Sobyanin.