The program “far Eastern hectare,” compared with the great development of Siberia

Support center recipients of the “far Eastern hectare”

The implementation of the program “far Eastern hectare”, which gives a substantial preference to the citizens of the country can be compared with the stages of development of Siberia. This statement was made Chairman of the state Duma Committee on natural resources, property and land relations Nikolay Nikolaev (“United Russia”), according to RIA Novosti, on Wednesday, February 1.

He noted that the far East — “a storehouse of various natural resources.” “The wealth of forests, minerals, hunting grounds, stunning corners of especially protected natural territories”, — said the MP.

At the same time, Nikolaev stressed that to implement the law on “far hectare”, which came into force on 1 June last year, you must, “focusing on the compulsory savings of all wealth.”

More than half of the applications for plots at this stage were received from residents of Moscow and the Moscow region and St. Petersburg, according to the national news service (NSN), with reference to the press service of the Ministry.

February 1 launched the third phase of implementation of the law, allowing to obtain a free plot of land with an area of one hectare in the far Eastern Federal district. First, this right was given only to residents in some municipalities in the Far East, then the residents are included in Federal district subjects. Now to use it can all the Russians.

To the ground will only be possible once free from rights of third parties and are in free circulation area available for five years. If it is mastered, it can be rented or purchased. Permitted uses — single-family housing construction, selhozperepisi, tourism and a number of directions.

The conquest of Siberia — the process of conquest and incorporation of Siberia and the Far East in the Russian state from the second half of the XVI to the XIX century. It is considered that the process of conquest of these lands began in 1580 with the Cossacks Ermak campaign against the Siberian khanate.