Prime Minister Mykola Azarov instructed vice Prime Minister Oleksandr Vilkul and the relevant Ministries to analyze the causes, which hamper urban planning, and to prepare a report for the special expanded meeting of the Cabinet of Ministers.

"It's time to systematically address this issue at the government meeting and draw conclusions concerning the causes and persons, who hamper the activation of construction," Azarov said.

In particular, he noted that the revolutionary simplification of licensing procedures in construction left virtually no barriers for developers. However, in reality the situation is rather ambiguous.

The monitoring, conducted by the Regional Development Ministry, shows that there are cities, which have not yet abolished the decision of local authorities, which do not meet the law on regulation of urban development. In addition, the site plans are not approved.

"Regulatory framework is good, but many regions still lack areas," the Cabinet’s press service informs.

The Prime Minister stressed that it is completely unacceptable situation, when some regions have a lot of permissions for construction, and some regions have none.
In 2012, 109 thousand building permits were issued, which is 2.7 times more than before the reform start.


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