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After the plots are registered in the cadastral register, residents of houses can register the rights of common shared ownership and use the land at their own discretion.

Since January 2021, 63 projects for surveying residential areas with a total area of ​​about 240 hectares have been approved in Moscow. There are 238 apartment buildings on this territory, the residents of which will be able to use the land under the houses at their own discretion. This was told by the Deputy Mayor of Moscow for Economic Policy and Property and Land Relations Vladimir Efimov.

After the registration of land plots on the cadastral register, the owners of premises in these houses will be able to register the rights of common shared ownership and use them at their discretion – for example, to place a sports ground or a parking lot.

“For five months of 2021, at the expense of the city budget, the boundaries of land plots under 238 apartment buildings were determined. For this, 63 projects for land surveying were developed with a total area of ​​almost 240 hectares. Residents of the houses will be able to register this land as a common shared property and use it at their own discretion. In total, about 3.9 thousand projects with a total area of ​​more than 50 thousand hectares have been approved today, and by 2022 we plan to delimit the entire territory of residential multi-apartment buildings within the boundaries of old Moscow, ”said Vladimir Efimov.

Before the approval of each project, public discussions are held on the Active Citizen portal. Citizens can express their opinion on the proposed boundaries of the adjoining territories. Thus, the residents of four apartment buildings on the Alley of the First Mayevka in the east of the capital decided to combine the territories into a single plot, which was later included in the final project.

According to the Minister of the Moscow Government, the head City Property Department Maxim GamanaSince the beginning of the year, most of the land surveying projects have been approved in the Northern Administrative District: 16 plots with a total area of ​​49 hectares, on which there are 53 apartment buildings. During the same time, in the east of the capital, 11 projects for land surveying with a total area of ​​31 hectares with 38 apartment buildings were approved. And in the Troitsky and Novomoskovsky administrative areas, nine projects have been approved, which combine 28 hectares of land under 49 residential buildings.

Nine more projects were approved in the center of the capital and seven in the south. Also, since the beginning of the year, the city has developed and approved projects for land surveying of territories in the South-Eastern Administrative District, North-Eastern Administrative District, South-Western Administrative District and ZAO.

Until 2019, land surveying and cadastral registration of plots under apartment buildings was carried out at the request of residents and at their expense. Since August 2019, the city has been carrying out this work at the expense of the budget.

After the approval of the land survey project, any owner of residential or non-residential premises in an apartment building can apply to the City Property Department with an application for cadastral work at the expense of the city. After putting the land on the cadastral register, each owner of the premises automatically has the right to common shared ownership of this site. For its registration in the Unified State Register of Real Estate, you need to contact the Rosreestr office in Moscow.

You can get acquainted with all approved land-surveying projects on the page City Property Department on the portal or using an integrated automated information system for supporting urban planning activities in the city of Moscow.

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