Verkhovna Rada refused to adopt a law providing for the abolition of compulsory licensing of economic activities associated with the construction of architecture 1-3 complexity of the proposals made at the time by former president Viktor Yanukovych.
September 5, 2013 Parliament abolished the compulsory licensing of construction of the first or second category of complexity, saving it for objects 3-5 levels of difficulty.
In October 2012 Parliament abolished the compulsory licensing of construction of 1-3 category of difficulty, but the President vetoed the law, proposing to abolish the licensing and survey-design work completely, and leave it for the construction of only 4-5 categories.
In May 2013 Parliament rejected the proposal Yanukovych and sent the bill back for revision. As a result, in the version of the bill prepared by the Committee retained licensing, both construction and urban planning, surveying and design work for the facilities not only 4-5, but the third level of complexity.