The moratorium on the allocation of land has been introduced in Uzhgorod. But with numerous exceptions and only for "free land"
Uzhgorod deputies did vote for a moratorium on the allocation of land. More precisely, for what the mayor called a moratorium in his statements.
The title of the document reads: "On temporary ban (moratorium) for the allocation of free land in the city of Uzhgorod."
The document is not entirely clear to the public (and even deputies themselves who demonstrated a low level of familiarization with the project during the discussion) and provides for many exceptions.
In general, the decision introduces a temporary ban (moratorium) for the allocation of land that is not under construction for a period of inventory of land in Uzhgorod.
However, the restriction applies only to vacant land and, oddly enough, the sale of land by auction is allowed.
The public offered to make the moratorium a real moratorium and provide for exceptions only for allocation of plots to the ATO participants and condominiums.
In the end, the "moratorium" applies only to free land.
According to a deputy of the City Council Roman Bohuslavsky, "there is no moratorium as such. They adopted such list of exceptions that there is nothing left for it to apply to."
Uzhgorod.in is waiting for the comments of the mayor.