Deregulation continues: the regulatory instruments of the State Property Fund, the Ministries of Justice and Agrarian Policy have been worked out

Today, the Interdepartmental Working Group on Deregulation reviewed state regulatory instruments related to land issues.

Some of them are recommended to be canceled, the rest to be optimised.

The IWG plans to get rid of 17% of such instruments that belong to the sphere of competence of the Ministry of Agrarian Policy and Food, and 25% of the instruments that are taken care of by the State Property Fund. These are, in particular:

  • Conclusion of the expert commission of the State Land Agency regarding the possibility of exporting cartographic information;
  • Permission to remove and transfer soil cover of land plots;
  • Extract from the State Register of Certified Surveying Engineers;
  • Extract from the State Register of Certified Land Surveyors;
  • Conclusion on improving the ecological condition of the land and increasing the fertility of the soil according to the data of the agrochemical passport of the land plot;
  • Certificate of inclusion of information about the appraiser in the State Register of appraisers and subjects of appraisal activity.

62% of the tools in the areas of competence of the Ministry of Justice and 75% of the tools of the FSMU will be optimised.

The IWG on deregulation was created in January 2023 and is headed by First Deputy Prime Minister – Minister of Economy of Ukraine Yuliia Svyrydenko and Deputy Prime Minister – Minister of Digital Transformation Mykhailo Fedorov. The meetings are also attended by representatives of leading analytical centres, in particular the BRDO.