In the state Duma received the bill “far ha”

Moscow. November 17. A bill to provide citizens with land plots for far Eastern Federal district submitted to the state Duma.

“The bill will help attract citizens on a constant residence in the far Eastern Federal district, reducing the outflow of local population, to accelerate socio-economic development of subjects of Federation, members of the far Eastern Federal district”, – stated in the message published on the government website on Tuesday.

The bill “far ha” developed by the Ministry of economic development jointly with the Ministry, was approved by the government on 12 November.

It provides for free provision to citizens of the Russian Federation land plots of size 1 ha was explained earlier, the head of Minvostokrazvitiya Alexander Galushka.

The bill does not provide for restrictions on the number of land plots to members of the same family. “If a family of five persons, including minors, can be rented 5 hectares,” – said Galushka.

The earth will not be shared with foreigners.

The idea of “far ha” was voiced by Deputy Prime Minister Yuri Trutnev at a meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin on January 19. The President then noted that “the idea itself is correct, and in the history of Russia was implemented in Siberia.” At the same time, the President stressed that there should be worded “conditions associated with the need to use” this land, you need to consider all the details of this mechanism.

The land is planned to provide for five years, in the case of use is to secure the right property, and if not used would be deleted.

Allocated sites will be located no closer than 10 miles from small towns (with population from 50 thousand to 300 thousand people) and not closer than 20 miles from large cities (with population of 300 thousand people). It will also be impossible to get the land defense, land beneath linear objects (roads, pipelines, power lines), over mineral deposits and specially protected natural areas.

The areas proposed under the simplified procedure, without conducting cadastral works and rendering of parcel boundaries on the terrain that will greatly simplify for people the process of receiving them.