An online meeting was held on reforms in the field of issuing permits for construction and operation of construction facilities
The system of electronic permits for construction and exploitation was presented to representatives of public associations and business associations in an online seminar.
The advantages of the electronic system of the State Committee for Urban Planning and Architecture for issuing permits for construction and operation were demonstrated at the next online seminar for representatives of public associations and business associations, the questions about urban planning processes were answered and the proposals were discussed. The webinar, organized by the Committee in cooperation with the Center for Economic Reforms Analysis and Communication, aims to cover innovations in the construction and exploitation of construction sites, the nature, and benefits of the reforms, as well as the updated functionality of the One-stop-shop and more services soon. Detailed information on the improvement was given.
Along with the organizers, the webinar was attended by employees of the Ministry of Emergency Situations, the Ministry of Ecology and Natural Resources, the Ministry of Health, Azerishig OJSC and Azersu OJSC. It was noted that the ""One-stop-shop" electronic system, launched by the State Committee for Urban Planning and Architecture, significantly simplifies the procedure for obtaining permits for construction and exploitation of construction facilities, minimizing official-entrepreneurial communication, and preventing additional time loss of business. It was noted that the work is underway to add new types of services to improve the system, and it has already been possible to obtain permits for the construction of all types of facilities through the portal. During the webinar, each functional section of the "One-stop-shop" system was demonstrated, all stages of the test application through the user's e-cabinet, including the electronic download of the construction project to the portal and the collection of opinions of relevant government agencies, were presented. The proposals voiced by the representatives of unions and business associations were listened to and recorded, and questions were answered.