The infrastructure development plans of the regions will be adjusted to reflect the concentration “far Eastern hectares” in order to give priority to provide them with the necessary communications and engineering networks, reported today by the Ministry.
“At the moment we, together with the far Eastern Federal district will conduct an audit of infrastructure development plans. Work is underway to adjust these plans based on areas of high concentration “of the far East ha.” Our job is to make sure that citizens are not only quick and easy to get land in the far East, but had all the necessary infrastructural resources and the state’s support measures for its development”, – are reported words of the Deputy Minister for development of the Far East Sergei kachaeva.
In the preparation and updating of regional plans for infrastructure development will take into account the need to build networks for new settlements, which may appear on the gathering place of the “far East ha.”
According to the Ministry, has filed more than 76 thousand applications for “far Eastern acres,” more than 34 thousand of them – over the past two months. Of special interest is the land in Primorye, Khabarovsk territory and Yakutia.
The law on “far hectare” entered into force on 1 June 2016. It is implemented in stages and involves getting citizens for free plots of 1 ha in the Far East. February 1, 2017, the third stage of granting lands in the far Eastern Federal district. Now able to get stations opened for all Russian citizens.