The Government proposed to enshrine a norm that would allow construction on land plots leased for the construction of capital and temporary structures and structures on public lands in the cases provided for in Article 125-1 of the PMR Land Code. Namely, it is allowed to erect capital structures and structures, as well as temporary structures and structures without prejudice to the intended purpose of common lands.
In the opinion of the developers of the initiative, the adoption of this provision of the law will allow the transfer of land plots, including for the construction of capital structures and structures, as well as temporary structures and structures, in the cases provided for by the above article of the PMR Land Code. This in turn will contribute to the replenishment of the state budgets at various levels.
Today the Land Code has an exhaustive list of requirements under which construction may be allowed. Now the basic law will be supplemented with a list of cases when it will be possible to carry out construction on the leased land plots. Deputies of the relevant committee will recommend to the Supreme Council to adopt the law-in-draft in the final reading.