Construction sector: Shortage of information results in non-compliance of legal requirements

Construction sector: Shortage of information results in non-compliance of legal requirements

13 November 2017 – Economic Chamber of North – West Macedonia in the framework of USAID Project “Partnership for a better business regulation” in cooperation with Economic Chamber of Macedonia, MASIT, Macedonian Chambers of Commerce and EPI Center International, organized a forum regarding “Regulations in the field of spatial planning, construction land and construction work”

Construction still remains as one of the largest employers in the private sector, however shortage of information has resulted in non-compliance of legal requirements in this sector. Therefore, the ECNWM through this project builds constructive dialogue with the competent institutions in order to improve the regulation.

The forum briefly introduced the provisions of the Law on Spatial and Urban Planning emphasizing the harmonization of the detailed Urban Plan with the General Urban Plan. The field experts reviewed the legal bases on which the procedure could be initiated in accordance with the Law on Construction Land and the determination of the amount of the construction land price – in which cases the construction land has a favorable price and is it justified.

The project aims to help micro, small and medium size companies to improve their suitability with legal regulations as well as to help business organizations in establishing a constructive dialogue with competent institutions in order to improve the regulations.

The same forum will be organized tomorrow in Skopje, in Hotel Holiday Inn – at 10.00.

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