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Arctic residents will simplify the procedure for free land
Russians will be able to get land for free in the Arctic zone for building a house or for a business. Moreover, the program will be wider than the law on the “Far Eastern hectare”.
According to the press service of the Ministry of Eastern Development, during the coronavirus, the demand for suburban real estate and individual residential buildings has grown significantly, including among residents of the Arctic zone. The ministry believes that the introduction of simplified land registration procedures will be an incentive for local residents to build a house or do business on their site.
It is assumed that the new law will cover not only the Far Eastern regions, but also the Murmansk region, the Nenets Autonomous Okrug, the Komi Republic and other territories. The plots will be provided according to the simplified procedure and for free use. Moreover, if the “Far Eastern hectare” is limited in area per applicant, then in the Arctic the regional authorities will decide for themselves how much land to allocate. Another difference of the program - sites can be issued in the cities.
The law on the allocation of land plots in the Arctic zone will not be drawn up as a separate document, but as an amendment to the law on the "Far Eastern hectare", taking into account the proposed differences. For the first six months, only residents of the Arctic will be able to register land in a new way. Then such an opportunity will appear for all residents of Russia.