Agency for the Development of Human Capital in the Far East prepares improvements to the federal laws in order to fix minimal requirements to provide infrastructure to populated areas located on “far-eastern hectares” – the head of the Agency Sergey Khovrat during the Eastern Economic Forum said.
Per his words the authorities of the Sakhalin region request to work out minimal requirements of social infrastructure for new settlements and the authorities of the Khabarovsk region would like to establish minimal standards of road infrastructure. Nowadays these requirements are specified by federal laws and it’s needed to make some changes in the federal law in order to specify minimum for new populated areas.
The head of the agency noted that new residential areas located on “far-eastern hectares” are formed almost in all regions of the Far East except Magadan and Chukotka regions. “Totally 83 residential areas. There is already one settlement in the Khabarovsk region. The Sakhalin region actively discusses creation of such settlements on the legislative level and 30 residential areas are going to extend boundaries” – Khovrat said.
Source of information: RIA News