Vladimir Putin: number of laws regulating construction sector to be accepted until July


Russian President Vladimir Putin instructed the government and the State Duma of the Russian Federation to adopt a number of federal laws regulating construction sector until the end of the spring session.

First of all the laws will concern improving institutions of urban planning zoning and documentation on area planning and development, as well as providing investors access to the information needed for construction activities, RIA Novosti reported.

The President instructed to adopt the laws on the use of unified standards for the state estimation in design and construction activities which involve the budget funds, for state and municipal organizations, legal entities whose authorized capital has a share of participation of the Russian Federation, its subjects and municipalities.

Establishment of requirements for state price monitoring of construction resources appears to be another important factor.

Also Vladimir Putin insists on increasing responsibility of self-regulatory organizations (SRO) in the field of construction for violation of their treaty commitments. A company can become a member of the SRO only at the place of their state registration.

In addition, the Parliament was instructed to take legislative measures to increase the level of protection of the rights of citizens participating in shared construction. It is also necessary to ensure maximum transparency of developers, to introduce mechanisms of project financing for shared construction of apartment buildings and to create a compensation fund for shared construction.

Earlier, the Head of the Ministry of Construction, Housing and Utilities of the Russian Federation, Mikhail Men said that a compensation fund for shared construction, which will amount to 30-35 billion rubles, is planned to create until the end of 2016.

Stroim Prosto

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