VCIOM survey shows high support level of Moscow reforms in construction
Discussion on the topic lowering administrative barriers was held by the Moscow Urban Center “Gorod” (“City”) at the site of the Institute of Russian Public Opinion Research Center (VCIOM).
The key issues of the discussion were the attitude of developers to the administrative innovations in the field of city planning in Moscow, the lowering of administrative barriers in the industry and the transfer of state services to electronic format.
Head of Department of Social and Political Research of VCIOM and CEO of the Moscow Urban Center “Gorod” Kirill Rodin acquainted participants with the preliminary results of the first stage of the survey on administrative barriers in construction.
The study showed a high level of awareness of developers and support of reforms in the construction industry of Moscow. 56.3% of the respondents know about these reforms. Transfer of basic state services related to construction industry to electronic format (development plan of the land plot (GPZU), occupancy permits etc.) is approved by 80.5% of respondents.
Transfer of state services to electronic format, which are available on the Portal of state and municipal services of the city of Moscow, approve 77.7% of those surveyed, repeal of redundant procedures is supported by 76.4% of builders who participated in the survey.