The Verkhovna Rada adopted the law “On introducing amendments to certain legislative acts of Ukraine on simplifying the procedure for changing the intended purpose of land plots to attract investment with the aim of quickly restoring Ukraine.” This was reported by the First Deputy Head of the Verkhovna Rada Committee on Tax and Customs Policy Yaroslav Zheleznyak.
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The law proposes to establish a simplified procedure for changing the intended purpose of land plots in territories outside populated areas for the duration of martial law and five years after its completion, if in relation to such territories there is no approved urban planning documentation at the local level.
The simplified procedure does not apply to lands classified as natural reserves and other environmental purposes, lands of historical and cultural purposes, water resources, recreational, forestry purposes.
What does the adopted bill imply
A simplified procedure for changing the designated purpose of sites will be valid for the placement of the following objects:
- industrial and warehouse buildings; non-residential agricultural buildings; pipelines, lines of electronic communication networks and power transmission (except for main oil and gas pipelines); complex constructions of industrial facilities (except for enterprises related to nuclear energy; waste incineration plants and nuclear power plants).
A change in the intended purpose of land plots for such objects will be made by the decision of the owner of such a plot by filing an application.
A change in the intended purpose of land plots in such cases will be made:
- by the decision of the owner of the land plot by submitting an application for entering information about the changed purpose of the land plot into the State Land Cadastre; without developing land management documentation; on the basis of a reasoned conclusion of the town planning and architecture body on compliance with restrictions on the use of land, which are a special type of town planning conditions and restrictions.
The authors of the bill believe that its adoption will contribute to the restoration of the Ukrainian economy during martial law and after the end of hostilities by attracting private domestic and foreign investment for the rapid implementation of projects for the construction of industrial facilities.