Three training seminars will take place next week
Educational seminars of the Complex of urban planning policy and construction will be held on May 13-14. Developers at three events will be told about the provision of public services in the construction industry in electronic form.
On Monday, May 13, at 2:15 pm, the specialists of the Moscow Architecture Committee will tell about sending proposals for amending the land use rules and building up the city of Moscow, providing the information contained in the IAIS OGD, preparing and issuing town planning plans for land plots capital construction, and also about registration of the passport of the coloristic decision of facades of buildings, structures, constructions and about coordination of the design project of placement of a sign.
The seminar will be held at the following address: Moscow, Triumfalnaya Square, 1, the big hall of the Arkhsovet. Beginning at 14:15. Information by phone: 8 (499) 251–34–23, 8 (499) 250–51–76.
On Tuesday, May 14, two events will take place at once. At 11 am, Mosgosstroynadzor specialists will conduct an educational seminar on the provision of public services in the urban planning sector, namely, issuing a construction permit, permits for commissioning facilities, and conclusions on the compliance of the constructed, reconstructed capital construction project with the technical regulations and design documentation.
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The seminar will be held at the following address: Moscow, Bryanskaya Street, 9, office 606a. Beginning at 11:00. Applications for participation should be sent by e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Also, on May 14, at 15:00, OATI employees will tell about the execution of warrants and receiving notifications for carrying out earthworks, installation of temporary fences, placement of temporary objects.
The seminar will be held at the following address: Moscow, Taganskaya Street, 30/2 Building 3, Room 104. Beginning at 15:00. Information by phone: 8 (495) 912–82–00.
Source: Department of Urban Development Policy