Efimov: since January, 230 land surveying projects for residential areas have been approved in Moscow | Policy

Efimov: since January, 230 land surveying projects for residential areas have been approved in Moscow |  Policy


Since the beginning of this year, at the expense of the capital’s budget, land surveying projects for residential areas under 143 apartment buildings have been developed and approved. According to Vladimir Efimov, Deputy Mayor of Moscow for Economic Policy and Property and Land Relations, this gives city residents the opportunity to register land as common shared ownership.

“Over the 10 months of 2023, the city approved 234 land surveying projects with a total area of ​​over 550 hectares. Within their boundaries there are 143 apartment buildings. After registering the plots with the cadastral register, the owners of the premises in these houses will be able to register the right of common shared ownership and use the territory at their own discretion – to equip them with a parking lot, a sports ground or a place for walking pets,” emphasized Moscow Vice-Mayor Vladimir Efimov.

Demarcation of the territory where apartment buildings are located is the first step that must be taken in order to register common shared ownership. Just four years ago, measures to register land plots for apartment buildings with cadastral registration were carried out only at the request of residents. The owners also covered all expenses. Since August 2019, the capital has become responsible for this work and carried it out using funds allocated from the city budget.

“In total, since 2019, the boundaries of land plots of about 3.7 thousand apartment buildings have been determined according to approved land surveying projects with a total area of ​​8.7 thousand hectares. Thus, almost the entire territory of multi-apartment development in the capital has already been demarcated,” said Maxim Gaman, Minister of the Moscow Government, Head of the City Property Department.

Registration of ownership of the land on which apartment buildings stand and the adjacent territories takes place in three stages. First, the area where the house is located is surveyed. Then – the procedure for registering the site with cadastral registration. Afterwards, the rights of common shared ownership are registered. Moscow residents do not have to pay for these procedures; the city covers the costs.

You can view the approved projects on the page of the City Property Department on the official website of the Moscow Mayor in the “Documents” section. Let us note that when the territory surveying project is approved, each owner of both residential and non-residential premises in an apartment building will be able to submit an application to the City Property Department to carry out cadastral work at the expense of budget funds. After the land is registered in the cadastral register, the owners of the premises will receive the right of common shared ownership of the plot. To register it, you should contact the Moscow Office of Rosreestr.

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