A competent and balanced tariff policy is one of the leading factors in the development of the capital’s infrastructure, thanks to which Moscow can use the released funds in the implementation of a number of large-scale projects, says Vladimir Yefimov, Deputy Mayor for Economic Policy and Property and Land Relations.
He stressed that along with projects for the development of transport infrastructure, it also includes a large-scale project “Industrial Quarters”, within the framework of which the former industrial zones are being re-profiled for new directions.
The deputy mayor notes that “The urban development potential of this project is 33 million square meters. These are modern high-tech industries, public and business buildings, social facilities, housing. “
It is also emphasized that digitalization in tariff regulation makes it possible to free up a large human resource, which, in turn, provides cost savings and makes the procedure more open.
“This year, Moscow has united on one electronic platform experts of the tariff regulator and all regulated organizations, digitized the processes of filing tariff applications and applications for technical connection, created a structured repository of organizations’ justifying documents,” said Vladimir Efimov.