RF Government Resolution No. 577 of May 17, 2017 “On Approval of the Regulation on Declaring Capital Structures other than Apartment Houses Unsafe and Subject to Demolition for the Purposes of Taking a Decision on Integrated Site Development at the Initiative of Local Government Authorities”
This Regulation sets forth the procedure for declaring capital structures located on sites within which integrated development is planned as unsafe and subject to demolition.
The Regulation applies to capital structures other than apartment houses regardless of their form of ownership. We note that the grounds for declaring such capital structures unsafe and subject to demolition fully correspond to the grounds provided for by RF Government Resolution No. 47 of January 28, 2006 “On Approval of the Regulation on Declaring Premises Residential, Residential Premises Unsuitable for Habitation and an Apartment House Unsafe and Subject to Demolition or Reconstruction”.
RF Government Resolution No. 594 of May 18, 2017 “On Approval of the Rules for Approving the Withdrawal for Municipal Needs for Integrated Site Development of Land Plots and/or the Immovable Properties Located Thereon Owned by the RF or an RF Constituent Entity within the Boundaries of a Site for which a Decision on Integrated Site Development Has Been Taken at the Initiative of Local Government Authorities”
The approved Rules set forth the procedure for approving the withdrawal for municipal needs of land plots and/or the immovable properties located thereon owned by the RF or an RF constituent entity within the boundaries of a site for which a decision on integrated site development has been taken at the initiative of local government authorities.
The relevant approval is done for plots and/or properties granted for permanent (unlimited) use, lifetime inheritable possession, lease or free use to individuals or legal entities.
Before taking a decision to withdraw, the local government authority sends a draft of the relevant decision for approval to the local office of the Federal Agency for State Property Management or to the competent executive authority of the RF constituent entity.
That said, the draft decision is considered approved if notices of approval or lack of approval are not received from the approving authorities for the draft decision within the established time period.