Such opinion UNIAN correspondent expressed the chairman of the Supervisory Board of the development company "Trust" Yugozaptransstroy Vladimir gander.
Related article: Build in Ukraine has become more expensive for the year by 13%"Today, talking about what could be a month to put into operation an object - it is unreal. It's three or four months, six months. Because all the complicated procedures to the limit, they formalized through paper takes a lot of time "- he said.
Gusakov added that the number of instances in which the need to obtain approval has not changed. For example, an object YUZTS signatures to be collected from the nine officials.
"If earlier they were members of the commission, but now they are agreed," - he said.
According to the entry into force of new regulations on the acceptance of facilities in operation, enter the house in operation it was possible for a month.
As UNIAN reported earlier, from January 1, 2009 came into force in the operation procedure for the adoption of completed construction projects approved by the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine dated 08.10.2008 № 923.
May 20, 2009 the Cabinet amended the procedure for adoption in the operation of completed construction projects.
Also, the decision of the Cabinet of Ministers "On approval of keeping the register of certificates of conformity and refusal to extradite them, and amending the procedure for admission to the operation of completed construction projects" on December 29, 2009 amended the procedure for admission to the operation of completed construction projects. In particular, among the major changes - replacement of a certificate of compliance (which confirms the compliance of the completed project with regulatory requirements) on the certificate of compliance.
Under the changes, the certificate of conformity is the basis for contracts on supplies made in the operation of facilities of water, gas, heat, electricity, the inclusion of data on such a facility in the state statistical reporting and registration of ownership of the specified object.