Restarting the economy and housing for internally displaced persons – the Parliament passed two bills

The Parliament adopted two important documents regulating topical wartime issues related to economic recovery and creating conditions for the rapid construction of housing for internally displaced Ukrainians.

Bills № 7282 and № 7289, drafted by BRDO experts, create the preconditions for:

  • placement of buildings and structures for temporary residence of internally displaced persons;
  • restoration of housing and settlements affected by the armed aggression of the Russian Federation;
  • relocation (evacuation) of production facilities of enterprises from the combat zone;
  • restoration of logistics chains;
  • simplification of the provision of land for use for the above purposes.

Bill №7282 provides for the creation of a new special type of urban planning program – “Program of comprehensive restoration of the region or territory of the territorial community or part thereof.” The bill also establishes regulatory procedures for the placement of temporary structures and their complexes for temporary residence and care of war victims.

The document regulates certain issues related to the construction of new buildings and reconstruction of temporary accommodation facilities and simplifies the construction of certain engineering and transport infrastructure in martial law. For enterprises that have evacuated their facilities from the scene of hostilities, the document provides for legal regulation of the location of their production facilities in the new location.

Bill №7289, in turn, will provide the most urgent and urgent land needs of entities that are important for the national economy and the agricultural sector. To this end, in particular, issues related to the allocation of land and changes in their purpose in the limited functioning of the State Land Cadastre and the State Register of Real Property Rights.

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