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February 16, 2022, 11:03


Photo by M. Mishin. Press Service of the Mayor and the Government of Moscow

The winner of the auction chooses the type of easy-to-build structure, but he must adhere to a list of 25 positions.

Following the results of the auctions in 2021, the city handed over 33 land plots to investors for the right to place lightly erected sports facilities. Their total area is 22.42 hectares, said the Deputy Moscow Mayor for Economic Policy and Property and Land Relations Vladimir Efimov.

“In 2020, half as many of them were sold – 14. The amount of annual payments under contracts in 2021 will be 96.29 million rubles. The high interest in such auctions is associated with favorable conditions: an investor can build non-capital facilities, which is less expensive and much faster to launch a business project. The contract is concluded for 49 years, and the initial cost of the lots is calculated at a rate of 0.05 percent of the cadastral value of the site,” he specified.

Moscow has been holding auctions for the right to place non-capital sports facilities since 2020. Investors get the opportunity to install lightweight structures without a foundation, designed for physical education. All necessary communications can be connected to such structures.

The winner of the auction chooses the type of easy-to-build structure (unless otherwise provided by the placement scheme), but he must adhere to the approved list of 25 positions. It indicates many options – from sports and recreation complexes with a universal hall or ice rink to a rugby field, roller hockey rink, paintball range or extreme park.

Design, architectural and constructive solutions, as well as equipment located in the complexes are coordinated with Department of sports of the city of Moscow. After the installation of a non-capital sports facility, the investor receives a conclusion from the capital’s sports department on compliance with all requirements. This document must be sent to City Property Department.

Places for placing objects at the request of investors are being worked out and approved by several city structures: the Department of City Property, Committee for Architecture and Urban Planning, Department of Nature Management and Environmental Protection, prefectures of administrative districts and Moskomsport.

“The land plots transferred to investors are located in all districts of the capital, except for the North-East and Central. Most of all – in the southeast and west of the city, eight and five territories, respectively, as well as in the north and northwest – four sites each. The largest site – 3.6 hectares – is located on Maryinsky Park Street, and the smallest plot of 0.13 hectares – in Novomeshchersky Proyezd,” said the Minister of the Moscow Government, Head of the City Property Department

Maxim Gaman.

Information about auctions and lot documentation is published on investment portal of the city of Moscow in the “Trading” section – “Non-capital objects”, as well as on the website

More information about the economic policy and property and land relations of Moscow can be found at site.

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

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