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The Magadan region will have a "roadmap" to reduce bureaucratic obstacles to business

The regional government of the Magadan region held a meeting of the working group on the development of a "road map" of projects of regional entrepreneurial initiative in the Magadan region.

In accordance with the order of Governor Vladimir Pecheny, representatives of regional business together with ministries and departments of the regional government and the mayor’s office of Magadan should develop measures that will remove bureaucratic obstacles to business development, the government’s press service reports.

Natalia Dovgan, Deputy Head of the Department of Architecture and Urban Development of the Magadan Region, presented the road map developed by the agency. According to her, the measures envisaged there can be included in the projects of the "roadmap" of initiatives of entrepreneurs of the region. "We placed emphasis on the construction sector. So to 2018 year due to the planned measures we want to reduce by almost a third the number of necessary procedures for obtaining a building permit. Also, the deadline for receiving documents will be reduced, "Dovgan said.

She also noted that their “roadmap” would allow developing a concept for the development of a cluster on local production of building materials in the Magadan region. A rating of organizations will be created - an information system will be developed by 2018, showing all land plots in the region to be built of any kind, and the system will also contain data on sites for subsoil users.

The deputy head of the architecture department also noted that in 2015, a document on changes to the regional law on administrative violations will be submitted to the regional Duma. "We want to impose a fine for violating the terms for the provision of land plots to responsible persons. This will speed up the necessary procedures for processing documents. This is important for both developers and subsoil users, "said Natalya Dovgan.

The members of the working group took into account the proposals of the Architecture and Urban Planning Department of the Magadan Region, and also decided to expand their membership by inviting subsoil users of the region to it.

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