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The Far Eastern Distribution Company ("DRSC") is in favor of adopting a law that would simplify the obtaining of a permit for the construction of low-voltage power facilities
In Khabarovsk, an open discussion took place at the initiative of DRSC with the participation of representatives of legislative and executive authorities, federal agencies, energy companies, public organizations and representatives of the business environment. The company "DRSK" is trying to achieve adoption in five Far Eastern regions of the law, which would simplify obtaining a permit for the construction of low-voltage power facilities. Management of the EAO, Yakutia and Primorsky Krai has already met the company, the relevant document is being prepared for consideration in the Legislative Assembly of the Amur Region. And only the Ministry of Construction of the Khabarovsk Territory considers such a law "inexpedient".
New networks are demanded by businessmen, developers, private traders. “In most cases, construction of poles and transformer substations is required. And we are doing this, breaking the law: sometimes you have to build in a “partisan way” and draw up documents during the construction, ”explained Yevgeny Tishchenko, head of the department for capital construction and investment at Far Eastern Distribution Grid Company.
Only the issuing of a building permit can take up to 5 months, or even all 10. Preparation and approval of all documents lasts up to 600 days. Fortunately, the Urban Development Code found a loophole: regional authorities can determine the list of objects for which a building permit is not required. Regional authorities of several subjects adopted relevant regulations, but Khabarovsk officials did not support this initiative. In a letter signed by Deputy Minister of Regional Development Valentin Omelchenko, the power engineers were explained that this "would lead to unpredictable consequences". When the "DRSK" prepared a motivated response to all the claims of the regional authorities, the ministry stopped responding to the letters altogether.