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September 30, 2021, 09:06

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The procedure is carried out at the expense of the city budget.

In 2021, at the expense of the city budget, 95 projects for land surveying of residential areas with a total area of ​​585 hectares were developed and approved. On this territory there are 574 apartment buildings in 11 districts of the capital (except for Zelenograd). Now residents will be able to register land in common shared ownership, said the Deputy Mayor of Moscow for Economic Policy and Property and Land Relations Vladimir Efimov.

“Last year, 65 land surveying projects were developed in this way on an area with a total area of ​​590 hectares, on which there are 573 apartment buildings. After the land plots are cadastralized, the owners of the premises in these houses will be able to register the rights of common share ownership and use the land plots at their own discretion – to equip them with a parking lot, a sports ground or a place for walking pets, ”the deputy mayor added.

Land surveying of the territory under apartment buildings is the first step towards registration of common shared ownership. Until 2019, cadastral registration of plots for apartment buildings was carried out at the request of residents and at their expense. Since August 2019, the city began to carry out this work with budget funds.

In total, about 3.9 thousand projects with a total area of ​​more than 50 thousand hectares were approved. By 2022, they plan to make land-surveying projects for the entire territory of residential multi-apartment buildings in “old” Moscow.

Before the approval of each land-surveying project, it is necessary to hold public discussions on the official website of the Active Citizen project. Announcements of upcoming discussions are published on the project website, on the official websites of prefectures and municipalities, as well as on In addition, announcements are posted on information stands in public places in those quarters where land surveying is expected. Residents also receive newsletters by e-mail and in their personal account on the portal.

During the discussions, residents express their suggestions and comments on the proposed boundaries of the adjoining territories, which are necessarily considered by the developers when approving projects. Thus, residents of apartment buildings on Pokrovka and Ukhtomsky Militia streets in the Nekrasovka area decided to increase their adjoining land plots in order to create a more convenient parking space. This was taken into account by the specialists of the capital City Property Department when approving land-surveying projects, the initiative was supported by municipal deputies.

“Since the beginning of the year, most land surveying projects have been approved in the Troitsky and Novomoskovsky administrative districts: 21 projects with a total area of ​​about 160 hectares, on which there are 183 apartment buildings. They are located in nine municipalities: the settlements Voronovskoye, Kievsky, Klenovskoye, Kokoshkino, Krasnopakhorskoye, Marushkinskoye, Novofedorovskoye, Filimonkovskoye, Shchapovskoye. During the same time, 19 projects for land surveying with a total area of ​​about 100 hectares with 115 residential buildings were approved in the Northern Administrative District. These lands are located in the areas of Levoberezhny, Timiryazevsky, Koptevo, Airport, Voikovsky, Beskudnikovsky, Begovoy, Golovinsky, Khoroshevsky, Vostochnoye Degunino. And in the South-Eastern Administrative District, ten projects have been approved, which combine 75 hectares of land under 80 apartment buildings. The work was carried out in the Vykhino-Zhulebino, Kuzminki, Ryazansky, Lyublino, Tekstilshchiki, Nekrasovka, Pechatniki and Lefortovo districts, ”said the Minister of the Moscow Government, head of the City Property Department

Maxim Gaman.

The general scheme for registering ownership of land under apartment buildings, as well as the adjacent territory, includes three main stages: surveying the quarter where the house is located, registering the site for cadastral registration and registering common ownership rights. These procedures are free of charge for Muscovites. With an approved project for land surveying, any owner of residential and 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. To register the right in the Unified State Register of Real Estate, you need to contact the Rosreestr Office in Moscow.

You can familiarize yourself with all approved land-surveying projects on the portal on the page of the City Property Department or using integrated automated information system ensuring urban planning activities of the city of Moscow. Project materials and conclusions based on the results of public discussions are available on the official website of the project “Active Citizen”.

EDITOR’S NOTE: This article is a translation. Apologies should the grammar and or sentence structure not be perfect.

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