Moskal also suggested that the new general plan of Kiev and suburban areas should be permanent, rather than 2025 as previously envisaged, wrote UNIAN.
Related article: To earn money on rentals, Kiev mass buying up apartmentsIn this case, the deputy referred to the provision of the Law of Ukraine "About regulation of urban development, under which the master plans of any and all settlements must be perpetual.
"The law clearly states that the general plans of settlements have no expiration date. This point must be taken into account, so then again it was not necessary to alter the document and to spend the considerable resources of the city budget", - said Moskal.
The MP also said that the law establishes clear requirements and to amend the General Plan - the document can be changed no more frequently than once every five years.
"I am confident that this rule will protect the city from the waste of land, as it was during the reign of the team Chernovetsky. We all remember how almost each session promerskoe majority granted parcels of land, making changes to the master plan. And it was not about one hundreds of hectares, "- said Moskal.
He added that the city authorities should not only develop a new master plan, but also to enforce it.