In connection with the failure of the law "On prevention of the global financial crisis on the construction industry and housing", the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine has created a commission to consider a phased timetable for the introduction of the unfinished houses. About this at a press conference today, said National Deputy of Ukraine, Deputy Chairman of Parliamentary Committee on Construction, Urban Development and Housing and Communal Services and Regional Policy, Igor Lysov.
"Due to the fact that it is not fully embodied the law number 800, the Cabinet, on behalf of the Prime Minister established a commission headed by Vice Prime Minister Viktor Tikhonov, who is considering a phased timetable for the commissioning of the multi-storey residential buildings, which is the territory of Ukraine to the State has partially committed to the satisfaction of investors, depositors, "- said the deputy.
According to him, during 2011, this information will be disclosed. "I will initiate that work of this commission was considered at the meeting of the committee on construction and housing policy. Indeed, more than 200 thousand people have invested money. To date, about 5-6 thousand objects, we do not know the timetable for the introduction (in operation), "- said I. Lysov.
According to him, the current government will do its best to control the timing of the construction. "Today it is we have not defined ... but if you take the ..., that is, normative terms of development, and I think ... that the executive branch will do ... will strengthen the penalties, that he (the developer), it was not economically viable to delay construction time. Thus, we will accelerate (to put into operation), and unfinished projects will not be "- also said I. Lysov.
Recall the Law of Ukraine № 800 - VI «On Prevention of the global financial crisis on the construction industry and housing", adopted by Parliament on 25 December 2008 stipulates that in 2009 had completed the construction of residential properties readily than 70% for public funds, and in 2010 provided complete construction of homes with a degree of readiness of 50%. After that, by law, must be completed at home with a willingness to at least 50%.