Unified electronic application for technical connection will launched before the end of the year

06.12.2018

The electronic form of a single application for connection to all types of engineering networks through the Official Portal of the Mayor and the Government of Moscow will be available from December 20 this year, said the head of the Department of Urban Development Policy of Moscow Sergei Levkin.

Online it will be possible to submit applications for obtaining technical conditions, for concluding agreements on connection and for issuing acts of technological connection to 6 grid companies (PJSC MOESK, JSC OEK, PJSC MOEK, JSC Mosvodokanal, JSC MOSGAZ , JSC “Mosoblgaz”).

“To submit a single application is simple: the developer enters his account on the site mos.ru and first fills in the general part for all – information about the applicant and the connected object, and then special – information necessary to make a decision on providing the service depending on the selected types of networks . Depending on the type of resources chosen by the applicant, the information system automatically generates the required number of applications and sends them to the appropriate network organizations. Further, organizations through the system of interdepartmental electronic interaction automatically receive the documents at the disposal of the authorities necessary to provide the service. After that, in a personal account on the Mayor and the Government of Moscow portal, the developer and the network organization sign documents with electronic signatures and, as a result, the developer receives the requested service completely in electronic form without walking around instances, wasting time and effort, ”explained Sergei Levkin.

See also: Workshop on e-services for developers in Mosgosstroynadzor

He added that due to the transfer of services of network companies to electronic form, the number of documents provided by developers, as well as the time required for interaction with network organizations, will be significantly reduced.

Source: Urban planning policy department 

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